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Over 300 People in Truro March to Participate in ‘Kill the Bill’ Protest

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More than 300 people marched through Truro to air their opposition to the Crime and Sentencing Bill. The protestors gathered on Lemon Quay at...

Many Send Tributes to the President of Bridgwater Operatic Society, Sue Pomeroy

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People have sent their tributes to the president of Bridgwater Operatic Society who was appointed to the post last month. Sue Pomeroy passed away...

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Since the first month of 2021, the Newquay Zoo has remained closed. Nevertheless, the zoo has opened its doors to new animals to become...

Climate study indicates that Bridgwater could be submerged by 2050

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A climate activist group carried out studies and stated that Somerset Town could be submerged by the year 2050. A rise in sea levels...

Bridgewater Nursing Home Treated to a Unique Parade by the Pipe Band

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On March 17th 2021, the Pipe Band performed for the Bridgewater Nursing Home and Rehabilitation Center. The Pipe Band, which comprised of drummers and...

Firefighters Tackled Barn Fire at Trekenning

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Cornwall Fire and Rescue Services (FRS) responded to an alarm at 22:50 GMT of a fire incident in a barn at Trekenning, opposite the...

North Quay Residents Say Floating Restaurant is Causing Significant Damage

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Residents of North Quay, Falmouth, have said that the floating restaurant, moored in Quay, is causing great damage. The floating restaurant, which passed through 177...

Bristol Chocolate Path Collapse Causes Risk to Life

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For more than three years, the Bristol Chocolate Path has been closed due to subsidence —a phenomenon where the ground sinks due to movement...

Rallies Against Lockdown Were Held Across Cornwall and Devon This Morning

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Anti-lockdown rallies were held all across Cornwall and Devon this morning. These rallies were under an international movement called "A Stand in The Park." Brady...

Bristol City Council Approves Slavery Reparations in the Act of “Atonement”

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Bristol City Council approved a motion for slavery reparations on Tuesday in the act of “atonement.” The councillors who supported the motion urged parliament...

Cornwall tagged as the second “most Instagram” friendly place for proposals

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Planning to pop the life changing question, with an aim to elicit a yes from your partner? If so, then head over to Cornwall,...

Young Girl from Bristol Among the Pioneers of a Non-beating Heart Transplant

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A 14-year-old Freya Heddington, a young girl from Bristol, got diagnosed with restrictive cardiomyopathy way back in 2019. It causes breathing problems, chest pain,...

Duchess of Cornwall Commends ANI Scheme

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In a recent call with the SafeLives committee, Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla openly expressed her gratitude and appreciation toward the 'Ask for ANI' (Action...

People in Bristol Takes Up Surge Testing Offer

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  Bristol residents cooperated in surge testing that was highly encouraged as it opened on February 7, 2021. People who do not carry the symptoms...

Warehouse to Accommodate Rising Student Population

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Penryn's county planner approved the renovation of former Carrick Business Centre on Commercial Road and turn it into a business and housing accommodation. Since...

Government Grant Scheme to Protect Employments and Services at Newquay Airport

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The government has declared that the transport hub can now apply for a grant scheme to protect employments and services at Cornwall Newquay Airport. Grant...

Investigations Continue at Pucklechurch Primary School after Fire Incident

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A primary school in South Gloucestershire was destroyed by fire, even as investigations continue. A spokesperson from the local fire department said that the cause...

Conspiracy Theorists Convinced Cornish Businesses to Reopen and Breach Lockdown

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Despite government implementations and strict health protocols, there are still Cornwall citizens grouping together in the hopes of spreading awareness of their coronavirus conspiracies....

The Council Rejected the Historical Church Conversion Proposal.

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Newquay Council disagreed with Stephen Hick’s plans. Stephen Hicks, the town councillor, announced his plans regarding the new development that he believed could benefit...
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Call to convert Living Coasts to open public space

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  The former mayor of Torbay has put forward a request to convert the defunct Living Coasts Zoo and Aquarium to open public space as...