Drolla Gwywer Knofennyk /The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin

Otomma lyver hep cost aral dhyworth Eddie Climo. Hem yu nyver deu y’n kevres Beatrix Potter, ha hanow an lyver yw “Drolla Gwywer Knofennyk” Omlowenheugh!

Squirrel Nutkin

Ty a yl yscarga “Drolla Gwywer Knofennyk” gans Eddie Climo hep cost omma

Mars nyns us Adobe Acrobat genes war dha jyn-amontya, ty a yl y yscarga omma (hep cost)

Gwreugh dhewheles yn scon rag dysky adro dhe moy lyfrow bryntyn yn Kernewek.

Here is another free book from Eddie Climo. This is number 2 in the Beatrix Potter series and is entitled “Drolla Gwywer Knofennyk / The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin” Enjoy!

You can download ’Drolla Gwywer Knoffenyk’/ ‘The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin’ for free here.

If you don't have Adobe Acrobat on your computer, you can download a free copy here.

Revisit the Agan Tavas website soon for more delightful books in Cornish.


Tolgus Tin/Sten Talgos

On 4th October members of Agan Tavas and others visited Tolgus Tin which is part of the Cornish Gold Centre near Redruth. The site is a 'stream works' and it has everything for extracting tin from tin slime or waste from mines or the beach. The machinery includes; shaking tables, a round frame and Cornish stamps driven by a water wheel. As a part of the Tolgus site is the Redruth Old Cornwall Society museum which was removed a few years ago from Redruth Town Council's rooms. It's very interesting with it's memories of old Redruth. We were grateful to Vanessa Moyle who prepared a cream tea as part of the visit. There was a competition, in Cornish of course, and a vocabulary for those walking around. The winner of the competition was Peter Jenkin. Following the tour some of those that came took lunch in the restaurant at the Cornish Gold Centre. The food was very good!

4a mys Hedra ysyly Agan Tavas ha re erel  a vysytyas Sten Talgos an pyth yw ran Cresen Owr Kernow ogas dhe Resruth. An tyller yw gweythva sten gover hag yma pub tra ena rag kemeres sten dhyworth po lub sten po atal dhyworth balow po treth. Yn mysk an jynweyth ena yma; mosow crenna ha fram rond ha stankyoryon Kernow herdhyes gans ros dowr. Avel ran Sten Talgos yma an gwythty Cowethas Kernow Goth Resruth a ve remuvyes nans yw nebes bledhynnow dhyworth romys Consel an Dre Resruth. Muer dhe les yw gans covyon Resruth coth. Gras a ve aswonys dhe Vanessa Moyle a barusy te dehen avel ran an tro adro. Yth esa kesstryf yn Kernewek ha gerva rag an re esa ow kerdhes adro. Gwaynyor an kesstryf o Peter Jenkin. Ow sewya an tro adro nebes an re devedhys a gemeras prys ly y'n bosty Cresen Owr Kernow. Pur dha o an bos!


Passion Christi - Nessa ran an Ordinalia

With the permission of the Cornish Language Board, this is the second edition of the book in Unified Cornish with an English translation. Graham Sandercock did a great amount of work on the first edition and there is further editing in this edition by Ray Chubb. It has been kept in the same form as the first edition because there are good remaining stocks of the first and third books.

Gans cumyas Kesva an Taves Kernewek, hem yw second dyllans a'n lyver yn Unyes gans trelyans Sawsnek. Graham Sandercock a wrug muer a ober adro an kensa dyllans hag yma golegyans pellha gans Ray Chubb y'n dyllans ma. Re bue gwythys y'n keth furf avel an kensa dyllans awos bos stockys da an kensa ha tressa lyver.

Prys/price £11.95 ISBN :  978-1-901409-16-1 Kestava/contact: ray@agantavas.org tel. 01209842394


Tolgus Tin/Sten Talgos

On Saturday 4th October Agan Tavas is arranging a visit to Tolgus Tin near Redruth. A chance to see all the machinery for extracting tin from the finer particles. A part of the machinery is still working. Tolgus Tin is part of Cornwall Treasure Park. The visit starts at 10.00am and we meet in the car park. There will be a vocabulary of the tin industry provided and also a quiz in Cornish for those walking around. Furthermore there will be a chance to see the Redruth Old Cornwall Society museum which is part of the Tolgus Tin complex. £2.00 entry.

After the visit there will be lunch in The Cornwall Treasure Park restaurant. Please advise Ray Chubb 01209 842394 e-mail ray@spyrys.org if you are coming.

De Sadorn 4a mys Hedra yma Agan Tavas ow restry vysytyans dhe Sten Talgos ogas dhe Resruth. Yth yw chons dhe weles oll an jynweyth usyes rag gwaynya sten, (stoff sten du), dhyworth an manylyon. Yma tam an jynweyth owth obery whath. Sten Talgos yw ran Park Tresor Kernow. Dalleth an vysytyans yw 10.00kh res yw metya yn park kerry. Y fydh gerva an negys sten provyes hag ynwedh kesstryv rag an re usy ow kerdhes adro. Moy ages hemma y fydh chons gweles an gwyhty Cowethas Kernow Coth Resruth yw ran an tyller Sten Talgos. £2.00 rag entrans.

Wosa an vysytyans y fydh prys ly yn bosty Park Tresor Kernow. Gwreugh avysya Rag Chubb 01209 842394 ryv-bost ray@spyrys.org mar mynnough why mos.


Camborne Music Festival/Gol Ylow Cambron

The Camborne Music Festival takes place from 10th. - 15th. November at Camborne Methodist Church (Centenary).  Class 53 is a non-competitive class for solo performers, groups or choirs performing a song sung in the Cornish language.  The song (competitors' own choice - five minutes) will be adjudicated but not marked.  This is a chance for Cornish speakers to showcase the Cornish language.  Entries close on September 21st.    Entry forms can be downloaded from the website: http://www.cambornemusicfestival.org.uk/

Gol Ylow Cambron a vyth synsys an 10ves - 15ves a vys Du yn Eglos Vethodek Cambron (Centenary).  Class 53 yw Class hag yw kesstryf rag performyoryon solo, bagasow po curyow a berform can kenys yn Kernewek.  An gan (dewys an kesstryver - pymp mynysen) a vyth brusys heb bos merkys.  Hem yw chons rag kernewegoryon dhe avonsya Kernewek.  Spas rag entransow a dhege an 21a a vys Gwyngala.  Furvlennow entrans a yl bos yskergys dhyworth an wyasva: http://www.cambornemusicfestival.org.uk/


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