Useful Links

The last few years have seen a growth in interest in Cornish and a corresponding increase in materials to support learning. The links in the list below cover a number of organisations which support Cornish and sources of useful material. Please let us know if you find any dead links.

Learn Cornish Now (http://www.learncornishnow.com/)

On this site you will find details of classes and courses available, some phrases to master as a first step and links to further information and other websites.

Online Cornish dictionary (http://www.cornishdictionary.org.uk/)

An online, searchable, dictionary of Cornish. The dictionary is written in the Standard Written Form of Cornish and the intention is that it will be constantly updated and extended.

Printable Cornish dictionary (http://www.magakernow.org.uk/default.aspx?page=687)

Kowethas an Yeth Kernewek (http://www.cornish-language.org/)

Kowethas an Yeth Kernewek is a registered charity which promotes the Cornish language through a wide range of publications, classes and events including the Pennseythun Gernewek, the largest annual gathering of Cornish speakers.

Kesva (Cornish Language Board) (http://www.kesva.org/)

The Cornish Language Board is an elected Board with official representatives from Cornwall Council and the two founding organisations (the Gorsedh of Cornwall and the Federation of Old Cornwall Societies). 

The Cornish Language Office (http://www.magakernow.org.uk/)

Languages lead at Cornwall Council: Mark Trevethan

An Cussel an Tavaz Kernuak (http://home.btconnect.com/htm_cornwall/)

The Cornish Language Council encourages research into the Cornish of all periods but supports the teaching and dissemination of Modern Cornish.

Kernewek Dre Lyther (http://www.kesva.org/KDL)

A correspondence/on-line course, useful on its own or to supplement learning in a class.

Agan Tavas (http://www.agantavas.com/)

Agan Tavas was reformed in 1990 to support the Unified Cornish spelling, first introduced in 1929. Their aim is to continue supporting Unified Cornish but also to support all activity in the language which is firmly based on how Cornish was historically written and constructed.

Radyo an Gernewegva (http://www.anradyo.com/)

A weekly podcast in Cornish.

BBC Radio Cornwall (http://www.bbc.co.uk/cornwall)

Radio Cornwall broadcasts news in Cornish weekly - Sundays at 5pm. Search for An Nowodhow. The transcript is available each week on the Kowethas an Yeth Kernewek's website (http://www.cornish-language.org)