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Cornish menu on our websiteDydh da!

We are very pleased to announce that our website now offers the opportunity to browse our menus in both Cornish and English. If you look in the top right hand of the screen you will see Cornish and British flags- clicking on the St Piran flag will transform our top and side menus into Cornish, allowing you to practice your Cornish and maybe pick up a few new words along the way! Clicking the Union Jack will turn the menu back into English. As you browse the website you will also see that pages have titles in both Cornish and English too.

We have a commitment to include the Cornish language in our work, as it is an important part of the heritage of the Penwith landscape. Our work with the Cornish language, dialect, folklore and traditions forms our Taking Names project- click here to find out more.

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