15ves a vis Gwynngala 2019

Dydh da, ha dynnargh dhe² dhyllans a’n seythen ma ‘An Nowodhow’ war BBC Radyo Kernow.

Hello and welcome to this week’s edition of ‘An Nowodhow’ on BBC Radio Cornwall.

An governans re dheklaryas y hwra peder tre yn Kernow -- Pennsans, Porth Ia, Kammbronn ha Truru – degemeres kevren a’y Arghas Trevow, tri poynt hwegh bilvil a beunsow y dalvosogeth.

Byttegyns, sowdhenys veu nebes tus, drefen nag esa dew a’n leow ma war an rol a drevow edhommek pareusys gans Konsel Kernow.

Konselores Jayne Kirkham a leveris, “Yma trevow erel yn Kernow hag yw moy edhommek es nebes a’n re ma. Hemm o dewis politek. Ny veu selyes war edhom.”

An governans a leveris bos mynnas an arghas “dhe weres trevow ow trehevel sewena”.

The government has announced that four towns in Cornwall – Penzance, St Ives, Camborne and Truro – will receive a share of its £3.6bn Towns Fund.

However, some people were surprised, because two of these places were not on the list of needy towns prepared by Cornwall Council.

Councillor Jayne Kirkham said, “There are other towns in Cornwall that are more in need than some of these. This was a political choice. It wasn’t based on need.”

The government said that the purpose of the fund was “to help towns build prosperity”.

Konseler Kernow re wovynnas mars usi an pons nowydh dhe Gastel Dintagel ow kul moy dregyn es dader dhe’n le istorek.

Bert Biscoe, konseler anserghek a-barth Truru Bosskawen, a leveris bos an pons nowydh “taklen deg”. Mes, yn-medh ev, ev re gawsyas an le dhe dhos ha bos re erys-da, hag ytho, re’n gorras yn peryl a dhamach.

An pons nowydh, peswar milvil beuns y gost, a veu ygerys gans Ertach Pow Sows y’n mis eus passyes.

Konseler Biscoe a leveris y vos prederys yn kever an bushys bras a dus esa ow mos dhe’n enys rag kemeres skeusennow a-dherag an delow ena, ha’ga effeyth war an hendhyskonieth ha war an kerghynnedh naturel.

Ertach Pow Sows a leveris y hwrussa an pons nowydh daswruthyl treusva istorek.

A Cornwall councillor has asked if the new bridge at Tintagel Castle is doing more harm than good to the historic site.

Bert Biscoe, independent councillor for Truro Boscawen, said the new bridge was “a beautiful thing”. But, he said, it had caused the site to become too popular, and therefore had put it at risk of damage.

The new £4m bridge was opened by English Heritage last month.

Councillor Biscoe said he was concerned about the large crowds of people who were going to the island to take photos in front of the statue there, and their effect on the archaeology and on the natural environment.

English Heritage said the new bridge had recreated an historic crossing.

Wosa bledhynnyow a waskans dhyworth teyluyow, alusenethow, ha galwesigyon yeghes brysel, an kynsa unses yeghes brysel (‘mental health unit’) rag fleghes ha yonkers yn Kernow re ygoras dhe Vosvena.

Lemmyn yma an unses, Sowenna y hanow, ow tegemeres y gynsa godhevysi.

Sowenna a gostyas unnek milvil beuns. Ev a wra provia peswardhek gweli rag yonkers, le es etek aga oos.

Moy es peswar ugens mil a beunsow re beu kuntellys a-barth an unses gans Trest Invictus, aluseneth vyghan kernewek hag a skoodh degowogyon deythyek, ha dhedha yeghes brysel gwann.

Unn vamm a’s teves myrgh usi, y’n eur ma, ow kodriga yn klavji moy es kans mildir a’y thre. Hi a wayt may fo hy myrgh treusperthys dhe Sowenna y’n termyn a dheu.

After years of pressure from families, charities, and mental health professionals, the first mental health unit for children and young people in Cornwall has opened in Bodmin.

Now the unit, called Sowenna, is receiving its first patients.

Sowenna cost £11m. It will provide 14 beds for young people under 18.

More than £80,000 has been collected on behalf of the unit by the Invictus Trust, a small Cornish charity that supports local teenagers with poor mental health.

One mother has a daughter who is currently staying in a hospital more than 100 miles from her home. She hopes that her daughter may be transferred to Sowenna in the future.

Yth esowgh hwi ow koslowes orth ‘An Nowodhow’ war BBC Radyo Kernow. An dowlen an seythen ma a veu skrifys genev vy, John Prowse, ha pennskrifys gans Steve Harris. Bys dy’Sul nessa, dohajydh da dhywgh hwi oll.

You are listening to ‘An Nowodhow’ on BBC Radio Cornwall. This week’s programme was written by myself, John Prowse, and edited by Steve Harris. Until next Sunday, good afternoon to you all.