Cornish Language Weekend

Rag an re na ujy ow cowsel Kernowek a nivel elvennek ew an glapva ma / Rag an re na usi ow kewsel Kernewek a nivel elvennek yw an glapva ma
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Branvras
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Post by Branvras » Sun Jan 20, 2008 10:16 pm

Y fydh Pennseythun Kernewek an 14ves - 16ves a vis-Meurth.
..There will be a Cornish Language Weekend on the 14th - 16th March.

Y fydh synsys yn Sandy Lodge Hotel, Tewynn Pleustri.
..It will be held in Sandy Lodge Hotel, Newquay.

Kost an ostyans yw £60 rag an dhiw nos gans hansel ha koen.
..The accommodation cost is £60 for the two nights, with breakfast and dinner.

Omlowenha gans dyskansow, ilow, bardhonieth, gwariow, arethow, vyaj a-ves ha moy!
..Enjoy lessons, music, poetry, games, talks, a trip out and more!

Kost an hwarvosow ma yw £25 rag an dhew dydh, gans te, koffi ha li synsys ynno.
..The cost of these events is £25 for the two days with tea, coffee and lunch included.

Na borth own! An dhyskadoryon a dhynnergh tus na woer unn ger a Gernewek! Y fydh bagas bras a dus a'n par na.
..Don't be afraid! The teachers welcome people that don't know one word of Cornish! There will be a big group of people like that.

Pur hegar yw. Dha weles ena!
..It's very friendly. See you there!

Pella derivadow dhiworth /More information from - koreen@freshapproachaccountancy.co.uk

CJenkin
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Post by CJenkin » Mon Jan 21, 2008 1:36 pm

Gav dhym

Mes ow myrgh nowydh a vydh dos a dro dhe 10ves a vis Meurth.

Martesen, ni a yll dos.

TheElvenLord
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Post by TheElvenLord » Mon Jan 21, 2008 5:15 pm

If we wanted to go, who would be contact?

TEL

Branvras
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Post by Branvras » Mon Jan 21, 2008 7:02 pm


TheElvenLord said:
If we wanted to go, who would be contact?



Email koreen@freshapproachaccountancy.co.uk

and everything will be sorted.

By the way, you don't have to take the accommodation - you can stay somewhere else or at home and turn up whenever you like for as long as you like. But you do have to pay £15 for one day's activities (all day Saturday is best value!) or £25 for two day's activities (which essentially covers the whole weekend from Friday evening to Sunday afternoon - and you'll be practically fluent by then :-D ).



TheElvenLord
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Post by TheElvenLord » Tue Jan 22, 2008 2:22 pm


and you'll be practically fluent by then ).




Lol. I will see what i can do.
TEL

TheElvenLord
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Post by TheElvenLord » Thu Mar 20, 2008 1:03 pm

Were you there Branvas?

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