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Remembrance Day, Tywardreath, Cornwall. November 1987
Remembrance Day, Tywardreath, Cornwall. November 1987
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Protest, Lanlivery, Cornwall. 1993
Protest, Lanlivery, Cornwall. 1993
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Young Farmers Club, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. March 1991
Young Farmers Club, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. March 1991
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Brownies, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. November 1985
Brownies, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. November 1985
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Cricketer Ian Botham, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. October 1992
Cricketer Ian Botham, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. October 1992
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Gorsedh Kernow Bardic ceremony, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. September 1989
Gorsedh Kernow Bardic ceremony, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. September 1989
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Wreath laying, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. November 1985
Wreath laying, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. November 1985
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Regatta and Carnival Week, Fowey, Cornwall. August 1993
Regatta and Carnival Week, Fowey, Cornwall. August 1993
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Lostwithiel Twinning Ceremony, Cornwall. October 1979
Lostwithiel Twinning Ceremony, Cornwall. October 1979
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Welcoming party on the opening day of Padstow railway station, Cornwall. 27th March 1899
Welcoming party on the opening day of Padstow railway station, Cornwall. 27th March 1899
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Gorsedh Kernow Bardic ceremony, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. September 1989 Featured Print

Gorsedh Kernow Bardic ceremony, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. September 1989

The Bardic procession makes its way onto the King George VI playing field in Lostwithiel, for the first Gorsedh Kernow, or Cornish Gorsedh, to be held in the town since its inauguration in 1928. More than 160 Bards formed the great circle as the Mayor Dennis Hutchings welcomed the Gorsedh Kernow, to Lostwithiel, speaking the first few words in Cornish An hathui lowen my Lostwithyel a thinerck thewch pop all which roughly translates as This happy day Lostwithiel welcomes you all'. 24 Lostwithiel Brownies, bare-footed and in tunics of green, performed the flower dance. Gorsedh Kernow exists to maintain and give expression to the national spirit of Cornwall as a Celtic country. Photographer: Jonathan Barker

© RIC, photographer Jonathan Barker