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Matt Dixon

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Stay Home Stay Cold
Stay Home Stay Cold

A disabled mother of five has been forced to spend £20 a day on electricity after being left without heating or hot water for almost t...

Teacher passionate about dance, drama and the arts
Teacher passionate about dance, drama and the arts

A former Penair School teacher for more than 25 years has passed away at the age of 66. Janet Bridger, known to her friends as Jan, suffere...

Hall together now, thank-you!
Hall together now, thank-you!

Truro's flagship theatre will receive a whopping £2 million of Arts Council funding, it was announced on Friday.

Car parking problem leaves disabled woman distressed
Car parking problem leaves disabled woman distressed

A disabled Truro pensioner was left distressed after being allowed to park inside the pedestrianisation barriers – only to attract the...

Pedestrians first in city centre?
Pedestrians first in city centre?

The future of Truro’s city centre has caused much debate since pedestrianisation was introduced in the first lockdown – now it&r...

Cheers! Pubs go extra mile to help their communities
Cheers! Pubs go extra mile to help their communities

Two pubs near Truro have received a Heart of the Community award from the British Institute of Innkeeping.

Shop team are good sports for the hospice
Shop team are good sports for the hospice

A Truro sports shop is backing this year’s Santas on the Run fundraiser for Children’s Hospice South West.

´Despite the virus there is a job to do
´Despite the virus there is a job to do

 

The start of the annual Poppy Appeal in Cornwall has always been marked with a showy launch.

Help provide a lifeline for Oliver

Help provide a lifeline for Oliver

A boy who has a rare spinal condition may have to undergo surgery costing up to

 40,000. Oliver Fenwick, a...

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