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Cornwall: Was it Storm Doris or the Spriggans?

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Was it Storm Doris or the Spriggans?

A judgement on the National Trust!

This is what the National Trust, aided and abetted by the planners who dutifully gave the consents, consider appropriate to uglify and vandalise an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Area of Great Historic Value, Heritage Coast, World Heritage Site and Site of Special Scientific Importance (yes, Levant is all of those).

It seems that the National Trust has now joined with "English" Heritage in its attitude towards care for Cornwall's heritage.

Latest news from KMTU - Truro European City of Culture; Tories to ditch Cornish Minority Status?; What does it mean to be Cornish in 2017?

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Truro City of Culture

“Westminster not interested in Cornwall. We must look elsewhere” KMTU supports Capital Of Culture Bid

Cornwall: Boundary Commission response to KMTU submission regarding NO to Devonwall!

News from Kernow Matters To Us:

In addition to appearing directly before the Boundary Commission during the Truro hearings, providing transport for and taking part in the Border demonstration and so on, members of Kernow Matters To Us (KMTU) also submitted a folio of written material to the Boundary Commission quango objecting to Devonwall. 

We have received this response and note the final paragraph with interest:

"Thank you for your views on the 2018 Boundary Review.

Your comment reference number is BCE-31417.

Cornwall: National Trust actions cause much anger at Levant!

News from Kerown Matters To Us:

This is what the National Trust, aided and abetted by the planners who dutifully gave the consents, consider appropriate to uglify and vandalise an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Area of Great Historic Value, Heritage Coast, World Heritage Site and Site of Special Scientific Importance (yes, Levant is all of those).

It seems that the National Trust has now joined with "English" Heritage in its attitude towards care for Cornwall's heritage.

The Charter for Cornwall

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The Charter for Cornwall (issued by the Charter for Cornwall team)

The Cornish countryside is disappearing at an alarming rate.

Our landscapes are being degraded and urbanised and the character of our towns and villages is changing forever.

Tranquility, the environment and our heritage are ruthlessly ignored.

Our young people are finding it more and more difficult to find an affordable home yet, meanwhile, housing continues to be sold off as second 'homes'.

Cornwall: Westminster Government Department for Communities & Local Government (DCLG) decline to release information. Appeal to Independent Information Commissioner launched!

News from Kernow Matters To Us:

As will be widely known, 2016 saw the end of the Westminster Government's return of a rather paltry £150,000 a year of our tax money to support the continued growth and development of the Cornish language. 

This occurred despite the Government's signing of the language charter in 2002 and formal recognition of the Cornish people in 2014. 

Accordingly, a Freedom of Information request was lodged with the relevant Westminster Department seeking background material to cast light on this spiteful decision.

Cornwall - Westminster ignore FCPNM; More results from Town & Parish Councils; Overseas appeal; Complaint against Daily Express; Social and other media; A good read

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Kernow

19 Mis Gwyngala 2016

A why agas oll wheg

Westminster Government ignores Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities (FCPNM)

Breton - Cornish Youth & Breton Cornish Language Exchange

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Between the 14th and 23rd of July 2016, twelve young Breton speakers aged from 13 to 16 years old, visited Cornwall and stayed with a group of twelve Cornish young people at Tehidy Park.

During this summer camp, they took part in many activities and visits, and shared their common heritage and roots. They spoke Brezhoneg, Kernewek, English, and also a bit of French. The Bretons are very motivated to welcome the Cornish for the return trip in Finistere in 2017.

The battle for Cornwall - assaults continue on us, our land, our language

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Kernow

8 Mys Kevardhu 2016

A why agas oll wheg

Welcome to new members

'The land of our birth is the love of our lives'

We take this opportunity to welcome to Kernow Matters To Us (KMTU) the many new members who have joined us.  

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