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Useful links

Below are a number of useful links for anyone wishing to learn more about the Cornish language and its use in Penwith (please note that the Penwith Landscape Partnership is not responsible for the content of external websites).

  • Agan Tavas - Promoting the use and study of the Cornish language
  • Akademi Kernewek - Organisation that works to advance the knowledge and education of the public in the Cornish Language
  • Cornish Language Office - Department of Cornwall Council dedicated to increasing use of Cornish in the Council, giving advice to organisations that wish to use Cornish, and coordinating Cornish language related projects in the Community
  • Cornwall Forever! - Website dedicated to the people, places, history and events of Cornwall
  • Cornwall Heritage Trust - Recording Cornwall's story by caring for its heritage
  • Go Cornish - Offering resources to allow everyone to have fun while learning some of the Cornish language
  • Kesva an Taves Kernewek - Cornish Language Board which provides reliable information on all aspects of the revival of the Cornish language, organises teaching, conducts examinations and publishes educational materials 
  • Klass an Hay - Cornish language classes held in Heamoor, Penzance, Cornwall
  • Kowethas an Yeth Kernewek - Cornish language fellowship website promoting the use of Cornish in everyday life. They have on their website an online bookshop and other Cornish language resources
  • Penwith Press - Local publisher offering books of Cornish and local interest, including Craig Weatherhill's The Place-Names of the Land's End Peninsula, an excellent resource on Penwith place-names that was developed working with the Penwith Landscape Partnership during its development phase 
  • Tin Coast Partnership - Pages and resources relating to the use of the Cornish language on Penwith's Tin Coast
  • Tirwedh Pennwydh Cornish Language group on Facebook - Group offering bilingual information about the local Penwith landscape