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Gweles yw lyver termyn ledan y selven adro dhe’n bêwnans in Kernow.

Porposys on ny dhe dhylla artyclys ow tùchya pobel a Gernow. Tùchya an caleydoscôp a wonysegeth hag ertach in Kernow. Artyclys rag examnya qwestyons socyal, ha brusy poyntys an jëdh.

Nyns yw an jornal kefrysyas dhe barty polytyk vÿth.

Gweles is a broad-based magazine about life in Cornwall.

We intend to publish articles about the people of Cornwall. About the kaleidoscope of culture and heritage in Cornwall. Articles examining social issues, and commenting on current affairs.

The magazine has no political affiliation.

An wiasva-ma yw ewngemyskys gans an lyver termyn:

  • Rag redya mater kilva.
  • Rag kevrenyon perthynus.
  • Rag gerva specyfyk dhe bùb artykyl in Kernowek.
  • Rag devnyth keworransus ha heweres dhe dhyscoryon a Gernowek.
  • Rag asnodhow yêth a yll bos ûsys in scolyow.
  • Yma porpos dhyn inwedh dylla omma an gwella profyansow i’gan dyvers kesstrîfow.

This website is integrated with the magazine:

  • For background reading.
  • For relevant links.
  • For vocabulary specific to each article in Cornish.
  • For extension material to aid learners of Cornish.
  • For Cornish language resources that can be used in schools.
  • We also intend to publish here the best entries in our various competitions.

An Golegyth yw Ian Jackson. An Desînor Grafek yw Nigel Roberts.

Ny a garsa cùntell parra rych y awen, owth appoyntya lower penscrifor arbennyk, ha penskeusennor intredhans rag provia pyctours uhel aga whalyta. Gwra omdava genen, ny a’th pÿs, mars os plegys dhe ombrofya.

Editor-in-Chief is Ian Jackson. Graphic Designer is Nigel Roberts.

We would like to assemble a creative team, appointing a number of specialized editors, including a photographic editor responsible for the provision of high quality images. Please contact us if you wish to apply.

Y hyller scrifa artyclys in kenyver form a Gernowek dasvêwys hag in kenyver spellyans. Pò in Sowsnek.

Artyclys in Kernowek a vëdh dyllys boneyl in Kernowek Standard (KS) bò i’n Furv Scrifys Savonek gans an grafow hengovek (FSS-H) acordyng dhe breferryans an scrifor.

Y hyller traweythyow dylla artyclys in ken spellyans kesson gans an tradycyon istorek.

Argemynnow tyllys a vëdh owth apperya in pùb spellyans eus aswonys alês.

Articles may be submitted in any form of revived Cornish and in any spelling. Or in English.

Cornish language material will be published either in Standard Cornish (KS) spelling or in the Standard Written Form with traditional graphs (SWF-T) according to the preference of the contributor.

Articles may occasionally appear in other spellings that are consistent with historical tradition.

Paid advertisements will be published in any recognized spelling.

Schools

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In every issue of Gweles there is a page specifically designed as a resource for primary school classes encountering the Cornish language in the context of Cornwall’s history and cultural heritage. This regular page is called Chy Peran. Chy is the Cornish word for ‘house’. Peran is St Piran, the patron saint of tin-miners, who is often regarded as the patron saint of Cornwall itself. Chy Peran as a phrase means ‘The house of St Piran’.

Each Chy Peran page is also available as a pdf that can be downloaded from our website. You may take this notice as permission by Gweles for any Chy Peran page to be projected in class, photocopied for classroom use, or incorporated into any teaching materials so long as the source is acknowledged.

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