Dydh da ha dynnergh dhis, Pincher! Splann yw dha weles (it’s splendid to see you)… there aren’t enough Kernewegoryon around here (yet).
I would love to see more SSiCornish lessons too, and would also be willing to support them financially — unfortunately they do seem to have stalled. We’ve occasionally heard rumours that new lessons are being prepared, but nothing’s been forthcoming. It doesn’t help that the Cornish language office that was behind the first set of lessons had all its funding cut a few years ago.
There are still some useful resources on their website: Learn Cornish Now — including, I’ve just confirmed, this map that shows where all the current classes and conversations groups are. The closest to you in Probus would be either Truro or St Austell. According to the map, there are classes for beginners at both locations — click on the red “map pins” and it gives you details and the teacher’s email address.
Both towns also have a regular Yeth an Werin (the green “map pins”), which is an informal Cornish conversation group. They always welcome all levels and are lots of fun. Hope you do get to one or more of them while you’re there!