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Holyer an Gof

Holyer an Gof

http://www.holyerangofawards.org.uk

Esedhvos

http://www.esedhvos.co.uk


International

Language

Culture


 

International

The Welsh Gorsedd:

Cornish Bards at the Welsh National Eisteddfod, 1996.

Cornish Bards at the Welsh National Eisteddfod, 1996

http://www.gorsedd.org

http://www.eisteddfod.org.uk

 
Bards of the Gorsedh of Cornwall in Australia:

John Bolitho with the Cornish bards in Australia, May 2003

Moonta, South Australia, May 2003

http://members.ozemail.com.au/~kevrenor/gorseth.html

A contact to Bards in Australia:

goonearl@alphalink.com.au

The largest Cornish Festival in the world is held every two years in South Australia in the towns of Moonta, Kadina and Wallaroo.:

http://www.kernewek.org

http://www.celticcouncil.org.au/cornish/cca_corn.htm

The Breton Gorsedd:

Visit by 20 Cornish Bards to the Breton Gorsedd at Menez Meur in July 1999

Visit by 20 Cornish Bards to the Breton Gorsedd at Menez Meur in July 1999

For information about the Breton Gorsedd (Goursez Breizh):

http://www.gorsedd.fr

The Cornish American Heritage Society (CAHS):

Mineral Point Bardic gathering, 2001

Grand Bard John Bolitho (standing behind the kneeling flower girl) with Cornish Bards from the USA, Canada, Australia and Cornwall,
at the Bardic gathering hosted by the CAHS at Mineral Point, Wisconsin, USA in September 2001

"The biennial 'Gathering of Cornish Cousins', sponsored by CAHS, takes place every two years near a place of Cornish settlement (if available) somewhere in North America."

For information about the Cornish American Heritage Society and more pictures of the 2001 gathering at Mineral Point:

http://www.cousinjack.org
 

Gathering Cornish Cousins Milwaukee Wisconsin 2014

http://www.milwaukeecornish.org



 

The Cornish Language

Maga (The Cornish Language Partnership):

There to nurture the growth of the Cornish Language for the future.

http://www.magakernow.org.uk/
 

Agan Tavas:

http://www.agantavas.com/
 

The Cornish Language Fellowship:

skrifennyas@btinternet.com
 

Cornish Language Board:

http://www.kesva.org

Contact Maureen Pierce:

mpiercekernow@hotmail.com
 

Cornish Language Council:

Tel 01872 262 667
B.W.Deacon@exeter.ac.uk
 


 

Culture

St Piran Trust:

http://www.stpiran.org

The Celtic Congress Cornwall:

http://www.celticcongresscornwall.co.uk

Lowender Peran (Festival of the Celts):

This colourful festival, which takes place each October in Perranporth, Cornwall, brings together dancers and musicians from all the Celtic nations and includes

"Concerts, Ceilis, Dance Displays, Workshops, Pipers, Celtic Craft Market, Street Dancing, Costumed Pageant, Theatre, Story Telling, Dialect, Cornish Language."

http://www.lowenderperan.co.uk
 

An Daras:

The Cornish Folk Arts Project

http://www.an-daras.com

Cornish Dance Society:

Cornish dancing at St Columb, 2001

Cornish dancing at St Columb, 2001

"The society is an umbrella organisation that exists to promote Cornish Dancing. The society organises Dance workshops, festivals and teaching in schools."

http://www.cornishdance.com
 

Cornish Wrestling :

Wrestling Belt

The Celtic style of wrestling is only performed in Cornwall and Brittany. The motto of the Cornish Wrestling Association is "Gwary whek yu gwary tek" (Good play is fair play). For information click on:

http://www.cornishwrestling.co.uk

St Ives TV:

http://www.stivestv.co.uk
 

Federation of Old Cornwall Societies:

http://www.oldcornwall.net
 


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