Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
What does 'Bewnans Kernow' mean?
Bewnans Kernow means 'Life of Cornwall'. This name was chosen by the former Grand Bard, Vanessa Beeman during early discussions between the Gorsedh and Cornwall Council.
How can my organisation be included in the partnership?
If your organisation is a constituted, Cornwall-wide group formed to further an aspect of Cornish culture, please get in touch via the contact form if you are not already a partner. There is no charge.
Am I eligible to attend the courses and networking events?
The courses and local events are open to all members of the Bewnans Kernow partner organisations. These are free of charge, but please register here to attend or contact firstname.lastname@example.org, mentioning which organisation you are a member of.
We want to start a new Cornish cultural organisation. Can you help us?
Yes, Bewnans Kernow can help your new organisation by pointing you in the direction of resources and information, and potentially providing contacts from within the network and some publicity. Get in touch!
I would like to find out more about Cornish culture in general. Where do I start?
Many of the websites of the Bewnans Kernow partner organisations are packed with information. These can be found here.
I am interested in a specific aspect of Cornish culture and don't know how to contact the appropriate organisation. Can Bewnans Kernow help?
Yes, if you contact Bewnans Kernow we can inform the relevant organisation Secretaries, or alternatively please browse through the list of partner organisations.