Kernow Goth

Kernow Goth, established in 1920, is the leading organisation for all those who believe that Cornwall’s past and present heritage and culture can be an asset to its tomorrows.

Kernow Goth, fondyes yn 1920, yw an kowethyans ledya rag oll an re na neb a grys y hyll ertach ha gonisogeth a'n jydh hedhyw ha henna passys a Gernow bos tra bosek rag y dermyn a dheu.

Kernow Goth has the very broadest interests: in Cornwall’s people, ranging from our language and dialect, folk traditions, music, and leisure pursuits, our industrial, maritime, social and political history, the diaspora, and the achievements of our ancestors; and in the place itself, its geography and environment, natural history and human ecology.

Kernow Goth a'n jeves lesow an moyha ledan: y'n dus a Gernow, ow lesa dhyworth agan taves ha rannyeth, hengovyon an werin, ilow, ha gwriansow sygerneth, agan istori politek, kowethasek, morek ha diwysyansek, an keskar, ha kowlwriansow agan hendasow; hag y'n le hy honen, hy doronieth ha kerghynnedh, istori naturek ha ekologieth denel.

Kernow Goth promotes a wider awareness of what makes Cornwall special and incomparable, through helping to preserve what remains of value from the past, research and publishing, lectures, walks and talks, and the use of the media.

Kernow Goth a avons warneth ledanna a'n pyth a wra Kernow arbennek hag ankomparadow, dre weres gwitha an pyth a drig hwath a dalvasogeth dhyworth an termyn res eth, hwithrans ha dyllo, arethyow, kerdhow ha keskowsow, hag us a'n media.

Kernow Goth aims to work with more specialised or localised groups whenever possible, and invites them to ‘share its umbrella’ in protecting the future of our nation.

Towl Kernow Goth yw dhe oberi gans bagasow leelhes po arbenneghes peskweyth may fo possybyl ha hi a'ga gelow dhe 'gevranna y lawlen' yn unn witha termyn a dheu agan gwlas.

Quick links to our main pages, which include links to a large number of additional pages

Our member societies have a number of pages available to build their own set of webpages showing their activities and what they have achieved in preserving and sharing Cornwall's heritage. Check out societies near you.

Goonhilly, Cornwall
Visit Future Events Page - Kernow Goth Meetings and Others
Bude Canal
Richard Trevithick
Kynance Cove, Cornwall
Kernow Goth Bookshop

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Hayle harbour, Cornwall
Gwennap Pit, nearr St Day, Cornwall
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Mapping Methodism

This is a major new project being undertaken by Cornish Story now working in partnership with both the Methodist Church and the Federation of Old Cornwall Societies to create a series of profiles of both existing and former religious sites.

Entitled ‘Mapping Methodism’, the project team led by Garry Tregidga and Tony Mansell would like to hear from volunteer researchers who would be interested in the study of chapels and other related sites (e.g. outdoor preaching pits) at the local level.

Please click the button link below to be taken to the 'Mapping Methodism Project' page which has fuller information about this project and how you can join in. This will be updated from time to time adding further links and research tools to assist researchers. Clicking the 'Mapping Methodism - Index of Chapels' button opens the index page for those chapels that have been logged already. 

Further images and information relating to these chapels is always continually welcome.

Kernow Goth supporting Cornwall Buildings Group

BUILDINGS AT RISK PROJECT

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Cornish Buildings Group - Newsletter No' 1 - October 2020

If you are a heritage organisation, group or society and wish to share news of forthcoming events or newsworthy items of interest please contact our website manager Ros at website@oldcornwall.net

Member societies who wish to promote their events through the websites calendar of events please contact Ros. We will have an online form in due course that authorised society officials can complete themselves

Old Cornwall Societies and affiliated groups that want to publicise their society and add content to the website please contact Len at publicity@oldcornwall.net