Cornish Online Journals & Newsletters

Please scroll down for newsletters from Cornish historical, cultural and environmental heritage organisations as well as overseas Cornish associations. We do have earlier copies in pdf format as well as paper versions for earlier periods and journals and newsletters for other organisations.

We are always looking for more to add to help promote a wide range of Cornish groups and encourage membership. Hope that more Cornish groups in Cornwall and overseas assist us in bringing together and promoting their societies newsletters and activities.

Celtic Nation Kernow     

As part of a rebranding for the 21st century and marking the anniversary of the Cornish being recognised as a national minority by the UK Westminster government Celtic Congress Cornwall will now be known as Celtic Nation Kernow. They retain their original name for legal and charitable purposes with the new front facing name better reflecting Kernow's nationhood within the family of Celtic nations.

Celtic Congress Cornwall newsletters issued during the pandemic.

Membership of Celtic Nation Kernow is FREE and can be obtained by clicking this link:

Cornish Buildings Group 'Buildings at Risk' Newsletters

Cornwall Archaeological Association 'From Your Own Correspondents' Newsletters

We are pleased to be able to share these monthly newsletters from the Cornwall Archaeological Society. These provide information on what activities their Cornwall wide area representatives are carrying out. They also help augment some of the 'Ertach Kernow' and weekly heritage column articles in the Voice newspapers, also available here on this website, where the Cornwall Archaeological Society is mentioned.

Latest Newsletter - Click the links below to download

Find out more about the Cornwall Archaeological Society by downloading the newsletter

Further information at Cornwall Archaeological Society - website

Cornwall Association of Local Historians Newsletters

We are pleased to be able to share these monthly newsletters from the Cornwall Association of Local Historians. An overview and information on what activities are planned together with snippets of research material. These are published three times a year, plus their Spring journal a far more expansive publication with much original research information about a range of Cornish historic topics.

Cornwall Buildings Preservation Trust

Project news update from the Cornwall Buildings Preservation Trust

Cornwall Buildings Preservation Trust

Kowethas an Yeth Kernewek (Cornish Language Fellowship)

We are pleased to share quarterly newsletters from the Kowethas an Yeth Kernewek.

Kowethas an Yeth Kernewek is a registered charity which promotes the Cornish language through a wide range of publications, projects and events including the Pennseythen Gernewek, the largest annual gathering of Cornish speakers.

The objectives of Kowethas an Yeth Kernewek are to advance the Cornish language by promoting, encouraging and fostering its use. The Kowethas is non-party political.

The Kowethas is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation, CIO, (charity no. 1195856) and its funding is raised through grants, membership, sales and donations.

Please checkout their website where they have lots of interesting Cornish language information and resources.

Kowethas an Yeth Kernewek - Website

Royal Cornwall Museum

Newsletter from the Royal Cornwall Museum about exhibitions and events

Royal Cornwall Museum - Website

Trevithick Society Newsletters

The Trevithick Society aims to encourage an interest in Cornwall’s Industrial Heritage through lectures, outings and other meetings and by publishing the results of individual research through its website, journal and other publications.

The Society encourages the sympathetic re-use of redundant industrial buildings along with the statutory protection and preservation of prime examples of all types. It sees recording as an important part of its work where the preservation of a monument is not possible.

The Society maintains close links with numerous public and private bodies having common interests, both at a local and national level, and is affiliated to the Association for Industrial Archaeology and the National Association of Mining History Organisations.

Throughout the year the Society hosts lectures on a range of topics at its centres at King Edward Mine near Camborne and The Public Hall in Liskeard. All lectures are free to members. The Society’s Annual General Meeting, which includes organised field trips, is also open to all members.

Latest Newsletter - Click the link below to download

Find out more about the Trevithick Society by downloading the newsletter or visiting their website

Further information at The Trevithick Society - website

Besides the quarterly newsletter the Trevithick Society also publishes an annual journal with numerous well researched articles and lots of other information. This is available to members as part of their annual subscription as is the newsletter and many other benefits.

Cornish Overseas Newsletters

Australia - Cornish Association of Victoria

(Melbourne Branch)

Cornish Association of Victoria - Melbourne Branch

Editions of the Cornish Association of Victoria (Melbourne Branch) are available right. The link will allow reading or downloading in a separate window

New Zealand Cornish Association