… Actually, I think it’s a few months old, but I’ve only just found out about it myself and thought others here might like to know as well: Go Cornish
This looks like a brilliant new website — it pulls together a lot of the newer resources for learning Cornish (including SSiC!) and also includes news and current events, resources for teachers, info on finding language classes and conversation groups, a translation service and more. I’m very impressed and looking forward to seeing it develop further!
Here’s the blurb from the site’s About page:
Why does Go Cornish exist?
The Cornish language is undergoing a revival! Go Cornish exists to further inspire new people to learn and use the language, whilst celebrating those who already put it to good use. A whole host of resources have been compiled, helping you to get cracking with your language learning adventure.
In our experience, a knowledge of Cornish helps those who visit or live here better understand Cornwall’s unique cultural landscape. We also believe that it is important for people across the UK and around the world to have the opportunity to learn this beautiful Celtic language.
Go Cornish is a dynamic and evolving platform, with new content being added every week. It is funded by Cornwall Council’s Cornish Language Learning and Communication Fund, together with commercial sponsorship from First Kernow.
Their FAQs are worth reading too (including “I thought that Cornish was a dead language?” and “What’s the point of learning Cornish?”)!
Ober splann, sos (brilliant work, guys)!