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IKEA Stores in Bristol and Exeter Re-Open With Busy Car Parks and Long Queues Witnessed Yesterday

There was a high influx of people at IKEA stores in Bristol and Exeter after they were re-opened yesterday. The stores recorded long queues...

Bristol Residents Without Water After Mains Burst

Hundreds of Bristol residents are without water after mains burst on Sunday. Some parts are experiencing low pressure while others have no water at...

Firefighters Rush to Contain Fire at a Truro Home

On Sunday morning, firefighters were busy trying to contain the fire that broke out from a Truro home. The incident happened at the Penair...

Torquay United Manager Calls for Patience in the Game

Torquay United Manager Calls for Patience in the GameThe man in charge of Torquay United, Gary Johnson, insisted that patience is the order of...

Coronavirus Test Centres in Cornwall Overwhelmed by High Demand

The demand for coronavirus testing in Cornwall has sharply increased in the last few days. This has significantly overwhelmed the test centres, and now...

A Petition against Plans of Transforming Famous Green Space in Newquay Launched

A petition to oppose plans of transforming the popular green space has been launched in Newquay town. Over four thousand residents have already supported...

No New Case of Coronavirus Recorded in Bridgwater

There was no new case of coronavirus recorded in Bridgwater and the entire Somerset County on Sunday, May 25. This is according to the...

Exeter Records Zero Coronavirus Deaths in Two Weeks

There has been no recorded coronavirus death in Exeter for the lasts two weeks. This is an indicator that the pandemic is slowly heading...

Exeter City’s Post-Covid Recovery Plan

Exeter City has proposed a number of post-COVID pandemic recovery measures. The measures are geared towards rejuvenating the economy and restoring normalcy in the...

Bristol’s Confirmed Coronavirus Cases Edging Closer to 700

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases has risen to almost 700 after one more case was confirmed on Saturday. As of Sunday morning, the...

A Young Driver Tests Positive for Drugs in Cornwall

A young and newly-qualified driver tested positive for drugs in Cornwall on Saturday. The driver was stopped by the police who were on patrol...

Truro’s Crown Court Resumes Operations after Two Months Break

The crown court in Truro has resumed operations after two months break due to coronavirus pandemic. The criminal justice system in the city was...

Money to Support Towns in Cornwall to Reopen After the Pandemic

In Cornwall, centre towns and cities get five million pounds for their councils to help the high streets get back safely to usual business....

Police and Members of the Public Join Hands in Rescue Operations at Torquay Beach

Following an accident that occurred at Torquay beach, police officers and members of the public collaborated to rescue the victim. Divers were drawn from...

Grade II listed status: Dame Barbara Hepworth’s St Ives studio

Historic England says that Dame Barbara Hepworth’s St. Ives studio was granted a Grade II-listed status.The Palais de Danse in St. Ives, Cornwall, was...

Does The Coronavirus Pandemic Spell The End Of Car Financing?

The global Coronavirus pandemic has upended every business market, and the car sales industry is no exception.One area of the automobile market that is...

Highly Anticipated Bridgwater Fair Cancelled Due to Coronavirus

This year’s Bridgwater fair has been canceled. The event was scheduled for early September, but it has been called off due to the unprecedented...

Businesses in Bristol at a Risk of Closure if Government Does not Act Swiftly

Restaurants, pubs, and shops in Bristol are facing a risk of closure if the government does not help. This was revealed by a campaign...

Bristol Allows Outdoors as City Eases Lockdown Restrictions

Bristol sees partial daylight after months of lockdown as citizens finally get to enjoy their first weekend under eased restrictions.The relaxation of rules followed...

Demand for Food in a Food Bank in a Truro Church Triples

A food bank in a church in Truro has been experiencing an increase in demand for food since the start of the nationwide lockdown....

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