You can download our November 2018 newsletter and earlier newsletters here.
Open meeting dates 2019 (everyone welcome)
Saturday 29th. June 2019 10am. TBC
Saturday 19th. October 2019. 10am. TBC
Saturday 14th. December 2019 10am. TBC
Cornwall is hosting the Congress in 2019. Please find the dates and registration form here (resident) and here (non-resident). Members of the public are welcome to join us for some events. Please contact us for details.
- Cornwall - David Thomas
- Wales - Susan Fielding
- Isle of Man - James Franklin
- Brittany - Brigitte Kloereg
- Ireland - Kerron O'Luain
- Scotland - Dr Cathlin Macaulay
- Cornwall - The Woodcarrts - musicians and singers
- Wales - Rhiain Bebb - triple harpist
- Isle of Man - Mera Royle - harpist
- Brittany - Brigitte Kloereg and Sylvie Guiner
- Ireland - Lauryn Bhreatnach - singer
- Scotland - Tony Kearney
You can find the programme here (subject to change).
Members of the public are welcome to join us at some of the events. There will be free entry to the lectures, the informal Troyls (dances), the guided walks and the Gorsedh Proclamation. Tickets are available at the door for the International Concert (£5) and the formal Troyl (£5). For these events pre-booking is necessary: the trip to Wheal Martyn (own transport) (£7.50 - group rate) and the Gala Dinner (£25). To book for the trip and the dinner, please contact the treasurer (Mr. J.P. Rogers email@example.com 17 Chiltern Road, Sandhurst, GU47 8NB
The Celtic Congress Cornwall had a stall at Redruth's St PIran's celebration on Saturday 2nd. March.
Wheal Martyn - Cornwall's China Clay Museum. Pictures taken by Cornwall Celtic Congress members on a recent visit. Delegates at the International Celtic Congress in 2019 will have the chance of enjoing the unique and historic Wheal Martyn Clay Works in April.
Some members of the Cornwall Branch attended the 2018 International Celtic Congress held in Kemper (Quimper). Interesting talks were held on the theme of Social Media. Visits during the week were to the Locmaria part of the city and we had a guided tour of the Faience Pottery Museum. We also visited Landevennec Abbey and Museum and looked around a rebuilt windmill.
|Delegates led in Breton through the old Landevennec Abbey ruins||Branch Secretary at the confluence of the rivers (kemper = confluent)|
|Breton Pipers at the opening of the Congress||The Cathedral in Kemper|
On Saturday 26th. May a very successful Celtic Market was held in Phillack Hall, Copperhouse, Hayle. Our thanks to all members for their help and contributions.
On Friday 18th. May we held the annual Jenner Event at the Heritage Hall in Lelant. A bi-lingual film about Henry Jenner and his wife Kitty, made by by Charlie Fripp and John Gray from Falmouth University's Penryn Campus was shown. This was followed by a dinner at the Badger Inn, Lelant.
Bude Congress mugs for sale
A bargain at £4.00 each including postage. These are some mugs we ordered for the Bude Congress in 2000. If you would like to buy a mug (or more!) please contact Denise Chubb at firstname.lastname@example.org.