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By Warren Wilkins

21st July 2021

Fifty years at heart of Newquay

A Newquay charity is celebrating its 50th anniversary. Newquay Lions is organising various events throughout the year to mark the milestone, including fetes, a Santa hunt, coffee mornings and its prize bingo.

By ROWENA MILLAR

21st July 2021

Explore the shore and more for this year’s marine week

There’s much more to our coasts than spectacular views. During National Marine Week (July 24 to August 1), the Wildlife Trusts will be showcasing the nation’s shores and coastal waters. This is particularly important in Cornwall...

By Kirstie Newton

21st July 2021

Sleep expert shares tips to help you sleep during a heatwave

The current heatwave, which has led the Met Office to issue one of its new-style extreme heat weather warnings for the first time for parts of the UK is leading to many people struggling to get a good night’s sleep...

By Kirstie Newton

21st July

Fun is just a stone's throw away

They say that pebble-hunting is what geologists do on holiday, and Clive Mitchell’s first experience of geology was over 50 years ago, picking up pebbles on the beaches of Cornwall and Devon...

By Warren Wilkins

14th July 2021

Blooming marvellous!

Newquay was looking its best for South West in Bloom judging on Thursday. Newquay In Bloom Partnership took judges Ian Murphy and Jane Pagano to see the sights on board the land train in glorious sunshine.

By Kirstie Newton

14th July 2021

Company launches bid to save beloved spaces

Cornwall-based fundraising platform Crowdfunder has teamed up with Cornwall Council to encourage locals and visitors alike to help save the spaces they love, so they can be loved forever.

15th July 2021

Covid-19 Business Survival Guide to help with rule changes

Cornish companies are being invited to attend a ‘Covid-19 Business Survival Guide’ webinar to help them navigate the pandemic after the rules change.

By Warren Wilkins

7th July 2021

Garden set for a final flowering

An award-winning coastal garden in Crantock, which has featured on television’s Gardeners’ World programme, is set to show its delights for the final time. David and Brenda Eyles will be opening Arundell Garden...

By Warren Wilkins

7th July 2021

Keen to glean: food is saved

Vegetable pickers ensured nothing went to waste in St Newlyn East on Sunday. Volunteers helped pick two and a half tonnes of cauliflowers and broccoli, which would have perished otherwise.

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6th July

More than 800 new businesses started thanks to Outset Cornwall

Over 800 new businesses are now up and running across the county, thanks to free support they received from Outset Cornwall. First launched in 2009, the award-winning business start-up programme...

By Warren Wilkins

30th June 2021

“We’ve got your back now”, pupils tell teacher

People are rallying behind a much-loved teacher who needs to undergo brain surgery. Vicky Roberts, 34, who teaches year three pupils at St Columb Primary Academy, has been diagnosed with Trigeminal neuralgia...

By Warren Wilkins

30th June 2021

£2.4m FIX FOR BROKEN WATER MAIN

The dilapidated sewer at the River Gannel is to be replaced as part of a £2.4m scheme after repeated leaks of raw sewage into the estuary. South West Water is installing a new sewer...