Penzance Guize Dancers and Tir Ha Tavas: Kan Rag Dons ( a song for a dance) project 2014 Penzance Guize Dancers were formed in May 2012 to learn the art of guizing from Tudor times to the present. Tir ha Tavas (Delia and Dave Brotherton) write and perform songs in
Scoot Lyskerrys and Kescana: Kan Rag Dons (a song for a dance) project 2014 Scoot Lyskerrys:a Liskeard based Cornish Dance Group and Dance Band Kescanna have sung, laughed and eaten cake together for many years. An a capella folk group with a particular interest in the rich heritage of Cornish
Bolingey Troyl band and dancers with Stamp & Go:Kan Rag Dons (a song for a dance) Project 2014 The Bolingey Troyl Band and Dancers are a group of fun-loving, lively enthusiastic people from the North Coast of Cornwall who perform traditional and contemporary tunes, songs and dances. Stamp and Go
Kemysk and The Fifty Degrees take part in the Kan Rag Dons (a song for a dance) project 2014 Kemysk, meaning mixture in Cornish, are a Cornish dance display team with members from the length and breadth of Cornwall. The Fifty Degrees are an enthusiastic group from Penzance who sing
The Kan Rag Dons project 2014 teamed Cornish dance groups with local singers/choirs who had not worked together before, with the aim of producing a showcase celebrating the tradition of singing for dancing.
Germoe 1878: Germoe Wesleyan Sunday School: “…The annual festival of this school was held on Saturday last. The children and teachers, headed by the Germoe Brass Band and carrying banners, marched in procession”. (2 August 1878 – Royal Cornwall Gazette) Goldsithney 1920: “Goldsithney celebrated their Sunday school festival on Saturday. The school was