Ertach Kernow - Cornish Historic, Cultural & Environmental Blogs

Articles will be added weekly on an ongoing basis. The links are to articles written for the Voice newspapers, aimed at audiences who are interested in aspects of Cornwall's heritage. The website articles may include expanded information and images that newspaper space did not allow.

The Voice newspapers are now published in the following editions Bodmin Voice, Newquay Voice, Penzance Voice, Saltash Voice, St Austell Voice and Truro Voice these articles are being published in all these editions in the same format.

Clicking the newspaper image below will take you to the relevant page, the images within the articles will expand when clicked. We hope that you find these enjoyable and informative.

How Truro came to be the capital city of Cornwall
Visionary who engineered a great chapter in Cornish history
Ertach Kernow - Let's step out of lockdown into a history mystery
Ertach Kernow - Turner's travels over Tamar tell Cornwall's story
Ertach Kernow -Nostalgic Ride to a Land of Legend
Ertach Kernow - The place names that help unlock our past history'
Ertach Kernow - Historic homes reveal dramatic family histories
Ertach Kernow - Backtracking to our Railway Past
Ertach Kernow - Growth of a thriving resort town Bude
Ertach Kernow - Cornwall’s great global Diaspora
Ertach Kernow - Villages guard clues to our heritage - Moorland Villages
Ertach Kernow - Storytellers will help keep alive Cornish identity
Ertach Kernow - Net profits for our old coastal communities
Ertach Kernow - Summercourt Fair well worth a nostalgic visit
Ertach Kernow- Enduring legacy of Cornwall's great benefactor
Ertach Kernow- How Tragedy at sea devestated lives left behind
Ertach Kernow - John Leland Itinerary Launceston-Bodmin
Ertach Kernow - Lostwithiel, Rich layer of town's history
Ertach Kernow - In touch with our Celtic Festivals
Ertach Kernow - Landscape and legend entwined at Dozmary Pool
Ertach Kernow- (Lt Col F C Hirst) Huge contribution to our culture
Ertach Kernow- Marvel that's beneath our feet (Great County Adit)
Ertach Kernow - John Norden - Revealing the Face of Tudor Cornwall
Ertach Kernow - Penfound Manor - Inside Britain's Oldest Home
Ertach Kernow- Medieval marvels light up our lives
Ertach Kernow - Cornwall at Christmas
Ertach Kernow - Wreck of the Anson
Ertach Kernow- Greatest Living Cornishman - Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch 'Q'
Ertach Kernow - Preserving our holy ground - Cornwall's holy wells
Ertach Kernow - Fishing Smugglers and Wrecks - Mullion Cove
Ertach Kernow - Unlocking the past Cornwall's canals
Ertach Kernow - Taking the High Ground - Bodmin's Hill Forts
Ertach Kernow - Bridges Battle for Survival [Respryn Bridge]
Ertach Kernow - Miners toiled in the wake of St Piran
Ertach Kernow - Making a song and dance about us
Ertach Kernow - Lighting up the Age of Saints
Ertach Kernow -Amongst Mines and Miners
Ertach Kernow - Rise and fall of our most iconic mine
Ertach Kernow - Roads to Fortune
Ertach Kernow - In the footsteps of Defoe
Ertach Kernow - Britain's most beautiful branch line
Ertach Kernow - Brunel opens the gateway to Cornwall
Ertach Kernow -Exploring the land of legend
Ertach Kernow - A salute to the great Trevithick
Ertach Kernow - Cornish routes
Ertach Kernow - Called to the court of the king
Ertach Kernow - The Newlyn Riots 125 years on
Ertach Kernow- Shining light in the darkness
Ertach Kernow- Feisty Travels with Celia
Ertach Kernow - The sky's the limit
Ertach Kernow - Keep it Kernewek
Ertach Kernow - A name perpetual
Ertach Kernow- Celtic Culture
Ertach Kernow - On the edge
Ertach Kernow- Taxing Times Cornwall's Hundreds 'Stratton'
Ertach Kernow- Tudor Travels, John Leland around the Roseland Peninsula c1542
Ertach Kernow - River Journeys - The River Camel
Ertach Kernow- For those in peril - North Cornish coast before the RNLI lifeboats
Ertach Kernow- Fancy a Pint?
Ertach Kernow- Portrait of a Parish, Botus Fleming
Ertach Kernow- Churches endure (Cury & Gunwalloe)
Ertach Kernow - An Idyllic Scene St Clement & burials in Truro
Ertach Kernow - Opening Up 'Heritage Open Days in Cornwall
Ertach Kernow- Literary giant had powerful roots in Cornwall

Articles also shared on one of our Association for Cornish Heritage facebook pages and can be reached through this link 'Ertach Kernow'

A column is available on the Ertach Kernow Voice newspaper pages now covered in the Bodmin Voice, Newquay Voice, Penzance Voice Saltash Voice, St Austell Voice, and Truro Voice editions for Cornish heritage groups or organisations to share newsworthy information. Please contact associationcornishheritage@gmail.com to discuss and arrange this free opportunity to share your news across six Voice newspaper editions and our wider social media