To book an event, please contact us.
Come and join us for a lovely afternoon in Richmond !
Lunch at 12.15 pm at the Slug & Lettuce Restaurant, followed from 2.30 pm at the LC Pilot Gig Assn. Clubhouse a few yards away.
More food, Cornish of course, and drinks at the Clubhouse amongst St Piran’s flags and Gigs.
We will need to know numbers of attendees, so please let Carol Goodwin know on either 0208 303 9054 or 07889 178891 – e-mail : email@example.com.
Look forward to seeing you on (hopefully!) a lovely sunny and warm 13th July….
The LCA will meet for lunch at the Penderel’s Oak Pub, High Holborn, at 12.00pm on Saturday 20th July 2019.
After lunch, the Rosyer Lecture, will be held at the City Lit in Room 106,1-10 Keeley Street, WC2B 4BA (020 7831 7831) – 2.30pm for 3.00pm – which is an 8 minute walk (just under 700 yards) from Penderel’s Oak. Admission is free of charge.
The Lecturer : Dr John Pring
Subject: ” Humphry Davy and the Blue Gas”
Rosyer is the bardic name of one of the former members of the City Lit., Cornish Society and a lecture is given every year in his memory.
It would help to know numbers attending so that we can book tables at Penderel’s Oak, and to advise our member at City Lit. Hilary Paddon.
Do come and enjoy Lunch and, if possible, the Rosyer Lecture.
Contact Carol Goodwin to book your place on Tel.No. 0208 303 9054 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
This is the first time the two London Cornish clubs have come together for a social occasion. During Saturday afternoon, members of the LCRFC will be taking to the river for their first experience of gig rowing. After some careful coaching, crew members will then be chosen to race against a crack team from LCPGC. Following the racing there will be a social get-together with drinks, pasties and music.
It will be a great “fun” afternoon so come along !
Canvas & Rum
On the “Daphne” , moored at St Katherine Docks, London from Tuesday 13th August through to Friday 16th August 2019
This is a Cornwall based Theatre Company producing entertaining, thought -provoking and high quality theatre – now touring the country.
More information from their website:
Rugby Championship Cup Match
London Scottish RFC versus Cornish Pirates RFC
Saturday 21st September 2019 at 15.00 hrs
Venue: The Athletic Ground, Twickenham Road, Richmond, TW9 2SF
Come along to cheer on the Cornish Pirates RFC !
The more the merrier !!
The Fisherman’s Friends are coming to London ! Away from The Platt in Port Isaac…
On Friday 11th October 2019 they will be performing at the Barbican Centre.
Sea Shanties galore !
The London Cornish Association are very sad to hear the news of Mary’s passing. She was a stalwart member and attended most events around the country. A true Cornish maid.
At present we have no other information.
Come along and enjoy an informal pleasant Pre-Christmas lunch and bit o’chat with like minded Cornish folk followed by, if wished, a visit to Sir John Soane’s Museum. The Museum is located just a few minutes walk away at 13 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, Holborn, London WC2A 3BP.
The nearest Tube Stations are Holborn or Chancery Lane.
Please let us know if you will be attending lunch and/or Museum visit as we need to book tables at the pub and organise timed tickets at the Sir John Soane Museum. (Carol Goodwin – email@example.com)
Look forward to seeing you on 23rd November !
The show simmers delicately on the edge of chaos. This is Kneehigh going back to their roots as exuberant physical performers and it is both joyous and immensely skilful.
Rugby National League 2 South
Barnes RFC versus Redruth RFC
Saturday 4th January 2020 at 14.00 hours
Venue: Barnes Rugby Club, Queen Elizabeth Walk, London SW13 0DG
Come along to cheer on REDRUTH RFC !
The more the merrier !!
Please come and join us at our usual watering hole at Penderel’s Oak, Holborn to start the year off with good company and perhaps just a drink or two !!
Please let Carol Goodwin know if you wish to attend so we can book tables on e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org or 0208 303 9054
The Oscar Winning Film “BAIT” is showing at the Prince Charles Cinema 12th February 2020 at 8.45 pm
St Piran’s Day Celebration
Saturday 29th February 2020
Please come along to celebrate our Saint’s Day!
One and All are welcome to join the London Cornish Pilot Gig at “Sunday Shanty Time” !
Hosted by Wreckers’ Wednesday and London Cornish Pilot Gig Club come along on Thursday 5th March from 6.30 pm in the Sun Tavern, 66 Long Acre, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 9JD
to celebrate St Piran’s Day !
Join them for a great evening!
KERNOW IN THE CITY 2020 – 7th March 2020 from 7.30pm to 11 pm. at Rich Mix in London (see link for details)
The night will be fuelled with ales from Skinner’s Brewery and Cornish pasties from Ann’s Bakery. So, if you are in London and you love Cornwall, come celebrate our national day. richmix.org.uk
Ealing Trailfinders vs Cornish Pirates – Rugby Championship League Match
If you want to cheer on the Cornish Pirates, then go to Ealing Rugby Ground, Vallis Way, Ealing W13 0DD on Saturday 9th May 2020 at 15.00 hrs.
Enjoy the Match! Come on the Cornish Pirates !!
Wreckers Wednesday meet on the first Wednesday of each month from 6.30 pm in the Sun Tavern, 66 Long Acre, Covent Garden, London WC2E 9JD.
Join them for a great evening with like-minded Cornish Folk !
We are delighted to welcome Mr David Annal, a professional researcher with over 40 years’ experience to the second of our Family History Days.
David’s Talk will be “My Ancestor was a Liar: Ignorance, Half-Truths or Wilful Deceit” and will commence at 10.45 am.
After the lunch break of Cornish Pasties, Saffron Cake (sent up from Cornwall!) and Tea/Coffee, the Afternoon Session will commence at 2.00 pm.
For the Afternoon Session, the Speaker is yet to be confirmed.
Please come along to what will be a most interesting and informative (and friendly) Day.
Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church
235 Shaftesbury Avenue
London WC2H 8EP
020 7240 0544 (only for urgent messages on the Day)
Getting there: The nearest tube stations are Holborn and Tottenham Court Road.
Fee: £15 for members (including LCA-affiliated societies and Cornwall Family History Society) and £20 for non members.
This fee includes a pasty and saffron cake lunch and a cream tea. Vegetarian pasties can be provided if ordered in advance.
Contact: Gill Penny [email@example.com] OR Carol Goodwin [firstname.lastname@example.org].
Gorsedh Kernow is to hold a small Bardic Ceremony
Gorsedh Kernow is pleased to announce that although the Esedhvos and Bardic Ceremony planned for Bude-Stratton has been postponed until 2021, they will be holding a small Bardic ceremony on 5th September 2020. This ceremony will not involve some of the usual features, but will include the roll call of those Bards who have left this year and the welcoming of New Bards into the circle. Our Member, Priscilla Oates will be one of those New Bards. They will be adhering strictly to government guidelines and limiting numbers, which means that most Bards will be unable to attend this ceremony and they will not be able to welcome the public to come and watch.
With this in mind, GK are excited to announce that the ceremony will be live streamed at 14:00 on 5th September on the Gorsedh Kernow website, so that as many as possible will be able to join online, including those in the Diaspora as well as family and friends of New Bards. Details of how to access the live-stream will be available on the website nearer the
time. We hope lots of people will join online for this unique event.
Gorsedh Kernow is very grateful to FEAST who have awarded funding under their Re-ignition Programme to make the live-stream possible.
Gorsedh Kernow exists to maintain the national Celtic Spirit of Cornwall and to give expression to such spirit, to encourage the study of Cornish history and literature, the Cornish language, to foster Cornish art, music, dance and sport and to link with other Celtic countries.