6ves a vis Hedra 2019

Dohajydh da, ha dynnargh dhe dhyllans an seythen ma ‘An Nowodhow’ war BBC Radyo Kernow.

Good afternoon, and welcome to this week’s edition of An Nowodhow on BBC Radio Cornwall.

Yma an kreslu ow hwithra grodhvolow dhyworth havysi neb a grys i dhe vos tollys gans perghen maynorieth-viajya selys yn Loundres.

Kliensow an kowethas yn Kernow ha Pow Sows re dherivas, yn fenowgh, na veu chambour ragerghys ragdha pan dhrehedhsons aga ostel. Derivadoryon BBC a gewsis gans dewdhek den warn ugens neb a leveris aga thowlow dy’gol dhe vos diswrys yn tien. Oll anedha re golsa meur a arghans, a-dro dhe dri mil beuns yn kettep penn.

Selys veu an kowethyans nans yw pymp bledhen gans Hayley King ha, wostalleth, lies prener a gavas dy’gol a bris pur isel, mes y krysir yth esa Ms King ow kul devnydh a dowlen byramid, aswonys ynwedh avel towlen Ponzi, hag hi ow ragerghi dy’golyow a-barth hy frenoryon.

Henn yw dhe leverel, Ms King a wre devnydh a arghans degemerys dhyworth prenoryon nowydh rag pe ostelyow ha neyjow a-barth tus erel ha wostiwedh, mis Ebrel eus passyes, fyllel a wrug hy howethyans. Alena rag, ny allas denvydh kestava orti, hag y krysir lemmyn hy dhe vos tramor.

Yma an kreslu ow hwithra an mater mes ny veu denvyth dalghennys hwath.

The police are investigating complaints from holiday-makers who believe that they have been scammed by the owner of a London based travel agency.

Customers of the company in Cornwall and England have reported that, often, there was no room booked for them when they arrived at their hotel. BBC reporters spoke with thirty-two people who said that their holiday plans had been completely ruined. All of them had lost a lot of money, about £3000 each.

The company was founded five years ago by Hayley King and, at first, many customers got cheap holidays but it is believed that Ms King was using a pyramid scheme, also known as a Ponzi scheme, when booking holidays for her customers.

That is to say, Ms King would make use of money received from new customers to pay for other people’s hotels and flights and finally, last April, her company failed. Since that time, no one has been able to contact her and it is now believed that she is overseas.

The police are investigating the affair but no arrests have yet been made.

Awos kewer lyb ha morlanowyow bras, y feu nebes kudynnow gans livyow yn Kernow dres an seythen eus passyes.

Gwarnyansow a livyow a veu dyllys rag lies le a-dro dhe’n arvor kernewek gans an Sodhva Geweroniethel, hag yth esa derivadow a nebes kaletterow yn Logh, Fowydh, Lannvorek, Lannwedhenek ha Ponswad. Byttegyns, dre vras, nyns o an livyow re sevur.

War dreth Lanngorrow, an morlanowyow bras a herdhyas an tewes bys yn tewynnow ughel, fest serth aga enep. An Withysi Trethow a warnyas orth eseli a’n poblek na dalvia dhedha dos nes dhe’n tewynnow drefen aga bos pur dhiantel. John Steadman, ow kewsel a-barth an Withysi Trethow, a leveris, ‘Herwydh usadow, tewyn a’n jeves leder gradhek mes, plommwedhek yw an re ma ha diantel dres eghen’.

Because of wet weather and very high tides, there have been a few problems with flooding in Cornwall this week.

Flood warnings were issued by the Met Office for many places around the Cornish coast and there were reports of some problems in Looe, Fowey, Mevagissey, Padstow and Wadebridge. However, by and large, the flooding was not too severe.

On Crantock beach, the very high tides pushed the sand into tall dunes with extremely steep sides. The Lifeguards warned members of the public that they should not go near the dunes because they were very unstable. John Steadman, speaking on behalf of the Lifeguards, said, ‘Normally there is a gradual slope to a sand dune, but these are vertical and very unstable’.

Astelwolyores kernewek, Saskia Sills hy hanow, a worfennys kampyorieth an bys yn Itali an seythen ma yn nawves le.

Pes da gans an sewyans ma o an venyn yowynk dhyworth Lannstevan ha hi a leveris na allas hi krysi hy sewena an vledhen ma. Mis Metheven eus passyes, hi a waynyas medalen a arghans y’n Kevres Hanafas an Bys dhe gesstrif yn Marseille.

Yn-medh hi, ‘Marthys yw gweles nebes sewyansow da wostiwedh.’

Gwayniores an vedalen a owr o Yunxiu Lu dhyworth China.

Cornish windsurfer, Saskia Sills, finished the world championships in Italy this week in ninth place.

The young woman from Launceston was pleased with that result and she said that she could not believe her success this year. Last June, she won a silver medal in the World Cup Series at a competition in Marseille.

She said, ‘It's been amazing to finally see some good results’.

The winner of the gold medal was Yunxiu Lu from China.

Dhe bub ki, y teu y dhydh, ha kyn fe deges poll-neuvya Jubilee dhe Bennsans an seythen ma, kyns degea an porthow rag an diwettha prys, dyghtyoryon an poll a ros kummyas dhe berghenogyon keun a dhri aga enevales gansa rag solempnya diwettha dydh an seson.

Y tallathas an hwarvos arbennek ma dhe benn seson dew vil ha seytek hag, an seythen ma, y krysir y teuth moy es peswar kans ki gans aga ferghenogyon.

Herwydh leveryas a-barth an poll-neuvya, Trish Goldsworthy, yma an hwarvos ow kwellhe pub bledhen. Yn-medh hi, ‘Pubonan a grysis ow bos tamm muskok nans yw teyr bledhen pan leveris, “Gwren ni synsi dydh ki dhe benn an seson”, mes hemm yw agan tressa bledhen orth y wul ha fest meurgerys re beu. An poll a vydh gwakhes ha glanhes, ytho prag na ryllyn kummyas a entra dhe gals a geun?’

An poll-neuvya Art Deko yn Pennsans yw an brassa poll a’y eghen y’n Ruvaneth Unys, ow synsi a-dro dhe bymp milvil liter a hyli.

Every dog has his day, and although the Jubilee Swimming Pool in Penzance closed this week, before closing the gates for the last time, the managers of the pool allowed dog owners to bring their animals with them to celebrate the last day of the season.

This special event began at the end of the 2017 season and, this week, it is believed that more than four hundred dogs came along with their owners.

According to spokesperson for the pool, Trish Goldsworthy, the event is getting better every year. She said, ‘Everyone thought I was a bit crazy three years ago when I said, “Let’s have a dog day at the end of the season”, but it’s now our 3rd year of doing it and it’s been really popular. The pool is going to get emptied and cleaned, so why don't we invite a load of dogs in?’

The Art Deco swimming pool in Penzance is the biggest pool of its kind in the UK, holding about five million litres of sea water.

Yth esowgh hwi ow koslowes orth ‘An Nowodhow” war BBC Radyo Kernow. An dowlen an seythen ma a veu skrifys ha presentys genev vy, Steve Penhaligon. Steve Harris o an pennskrifer. Bys dy’ Sul nessa, dydh da dhywgh hwi oll.

You are listening to ‘An Nowodhow’ on BBC Radio Cornwall. This week’s programme was written and presented by me, Steve Penhaligon. The editor was Steve Harris. Until next Sunday, good day to you all.