Cornwall Council has welcomed today's pledge from Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg that he will ensure that the Government will continue to provide financial support for the Cornish Language Partnership.
The Government had previously said that it would not fund the Cornish Language beyond the current programme which ends on 31 March 2015.
Thousands of people throughout Cornwall will celebrate St Piran, the Patron Saint of Cornwall today.
Events are taking place across the county including a parade in Truro at 1pm starting from St George's Road.
The Penzance St Piran festival, one of the largest in Cornwall, will begin at 10am with a procession at the top of Causewayhead.
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Cornwall Council is preparing a case to be given greater powers to raise and spend its own money.
It says that, regardless of the outcome of the Scottish referendum, the Government should give the county more freedom to manage its own affairs.
The authority is developing a stategy document outlining its plans for more local control.
The West Cornwall MP will meet the Communities minister in London this afternoon to discuss the future of the Cornish language.
Andrew George is a fluent speaker, and was the first MP to speak Cornish in the House of Commons.
He wants to help to revive the minority language.
North Cornwall MP Dan Rogerson has been putting his language skills to the test in a new video to promote the Cornish langauge. He's shown in his Westminster office giving directions to a visitor.