Always on

£7,997

raised in 493 days

190

supporters

Following the success of our Cornish Language TV Online crowdfunder, we are now accepting ongoing donations of support.

by Kowethas An Yeth Kernewek in Truro, England, United Kingdom

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Trelawney Grenfell-Muir 6th March 2019

Our children all contributed from their allowance, and we did our Trelawny Shout today in honor of the Kernewek language community! My family is so grateful to the Cornish Language community for how you have connected us to our ancestry and roots, our heritage and identity. Thank you, and we will continue to give what we can. Dy'gol Sen Peran Lowen dhywgh!

gillcooke- 13th February 2019

Cornish Language TV is such a beautiful way to learn Cornish and to bring it into the public domain by having high-quality material to share. Da yw genev vy Cornish Language TV!

Trelawney Grenfell-Muir 3rd September 2018

In honor of my great, great grandfather, John Grenfell, Town Surveyor of St Ives, and his wife Catherine, their son Thomas and daughter in law Ethel Rowe, grandson Jack: my grandfather, who left for the USA. My a wra agas enora.

Trelawney Grenfell-Muir 3rd September 2018

In honor of my great, great grandfather, John Grenfell, Town Surveyor of St Ives, and his wife Catherine, their son Thomas and daughter in law Ethel Rowe, grandson Jack: my grandfather, who left for the USA.

Reece Lloyd 31st August 2018

As a Welsh speaker, I absolutely understand the value of television to a minority language and I'm only too pleased to support this effort to provide a television service in Kernowek. Pob lwc o'r Cymro hwn i'w frodyr a'i chwiorydd yng Nghernyw ✊

Let's make 'Cornish Language TV' happen

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