Kernow or Cornwall is a beautiful Celtic nation in the far south west of Britain as defined by the Celtic League, Celtic Congress and various other pan-Celtic groups. Along with the other recognised Celtic nations, Eire, Alba, Cymru, Mannin and Breizh it boasts a Celtic language of its own – the key criterion of Celticity and distinct culture. Together with the other Celtic nations, the Cornish are fighting for more recognition of their identity, ethnicity and more say in their own governance. Kernow is also recognised as a Duchy and is entitled to it's own Stannary Parliament as granted under the Charter of Pardon of 1508 which is still law even today and gives the Stannary the right to veto any Westminster legislation.
Kernow is famous for its friendly people, fantastic beaches, great pasties and its passion for rugby !