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July 09: Mandis Geary/My Man by Rosie Smith

July 09: Two Manx poems by Robert Corteen Carswell

July 09: Two new poems from Tim Saunders, the Cornish language poet

July 09: The Elizabeth Garrett Anderson gallery – an update from Elizabeth Crawford

July 09: Futurism at the Tate Modern: a review by Peter Brooke

July 09: Nick Davies, chair of Welsh Labour Grassroots, gives his views of the Labour Euro-election disaster in Wales and reports on the conference ‘Wales and the Ecomomic Crisis’.

July 09: Listen to a recording of the authors of Clear Red Water at the book’s London launch

October 09: A poem in the Romany dialect by Rosie Smith

October 09: Cornish writers – an extract from the TLS

October 09: Three poems in Cornish by Mick Paynter

October 09: Important reprint: Criminal Ancestors, a Guide to Historical Criminal Records in England and Wales by David Hawkings

October 09: Three poems in Channel Islands Norman French by Geraint Jennings

October 09: Poem in Cornish by Robin Chater

October 09: Pete Lines introduces his book The York Chasseurs: A condemned regiment of George III

October 09: On the Origin of Species, a new poem by Alan M Kent

October 09: Walking Stewart: A Forgotten Great Freethinker by Ron Heisler

July 10: Two poems in Esperanto translated by William Auld

July 10: Cornish dialect poetry by Les Merton and Mick Paynter

July 10: The Barbeque - a poem by DM Thomas from Flight & Smoke

July 10: Ithell Colquhoun’s Erotic Experiments by Dr Amy Hale

July 10: Am I Not a Woman and a Sister: women and the anti-slavery campaign by Elizabeth Crawford

July 10: Oh, Ugly Lady a poem in Galician by Johan Garcia de Guilhade

July 10: Lesser Used Languages in the Times Literary Supplement

July 10: Idler and glutton: A poem in Occitan by Victor Gélu

August 10: Labour in Wales: Down But Not Out by Nick Davies author of Clear Red Water: Welsh Devolution and Socialist Politics

Feb 2011 The Elizabeth Garrett Anderson UNISON Gallery: an update

June 2013: Have you got an East London Group painting in your attic?

June 2013: Nothing happens by chance

June 2013: Exciting new collection of plays by Charles Causley

June 2013: It only took 158 years!

June 2013: Kindling the Scarp: Clemo in the Clay Country

June 2013 Newsletter

March 2015 Newsletter

May 2015: Chambra d'Oc awards

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03.Cornwalls First Golden Age
05.The Old Red Tongue
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07.Celebrating Pevsner
08.Surfing Tommies
09.The Way Back
10.Scoot Dances
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Regular Cornish language classes with Mick Paynter.

London. The Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Gallery permanent exhibition of women in medicine.

First Sunday of every month, Redruth. Shout with the Red River singers.

Second Wednesday of every month, Luxulyan. Prys Ton – Cornish Music Session.

5 July 2017, Cardiff. Reception for The Old Red Tongue an anthology of Welsh literature hosted by Open University Wales.

7 July 2017, Penzance. Alan M. Kent discusses hiw new book, Re-inventing Victorian Cornwall: Dan Daddow’s Cornish Comicalities.

8 July 2017, Builth Wells, Powys. Peter Brooke talk on British values and Free Trade.

13 July 2017, London. Cornish poetry pop-up event with poet Tim Saunders.

23 July 2017, Par, Cornwall. Pyba perform at Tywardreath Priory.

29–31 August 2017, East Sussex. Pyba at Herstmonceaux Medieval Festival.

1 September 2017, Launceston. Cornish Dance Society Ceilidh with Pyba.

10 September 2017, St Ives. Kemysk at St Ives September Festival.

6 October 2017, Aldeburgh. Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Commemoration Weekend with talks, a play, music and the unveiling of a plaque.