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Kescusulyans Kernow (Conference of Cornwall)

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Kescusulyans Kernow (Conference of Cornwall)

Kescusulyans Kernow (Conference of Cornwall) was an independent non-political Cornish Constitution implicit in the creation of the Duchy of Cornwall.

The conference also looked into the need for a Cornish European Parliamentary Constituency. It had a special interest in developing a higher profile on Cornish rights issues and coordination and dissemination of any views which identified infringements of Cornish Mebyon Kernow, the Cornish Stannary Parliament, Gorsedh Kernow and Cornish Solidarity. Other aims of the group were to raise awareness of Cornish culture, politics and society, both within Britain and internationally. One example of a working group formed from Kescusulyans Kernow is the Cornish Bureau for European Relations (CoBER), established in 1987.

In 1995 some members of Kescusulyans Kernow and Cowethas Flamank joined to form Tyr-Gwyr-Gweryn (meaning 'Land-Truth-People' in the Cornish language).

See also


  1. ^ Gorseth Kernow Kescusulyans
  2. ^ Jowan an Cleth - John Bolitho

External links

  • Kescusulyans Kernow
  • Grand Bard - John Bolitho
  • Tyr-Gwyr-Gweryn

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