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Lifesavers to receive flood training
Surf lifesavers in Cornwall are to be trained for a frontline role helping emergency services in flooded areas anywhere in the UK.
published Talks resume with hopes of saving toilets
COUNCILLORS in Lostwithiel are hoping that fresh negotiations with the local authority can save the town's public conveniences from closing.
Happy Outlook: Children from Naturally Learning will benefit from a 70,000 grant.
It will be used to renovate Poltair Nursery in St Austell and also further develop provision at their Lostwithiel nursery, near St Winnow School.
published Cheers pub regulars' walk raises 5,175
ST AUSTELL Brewery is raising a glass to a dedicated group of regulars at the King's Arms in Lostwithiel who trekked along the North Cornwall coast and Camel Trail to raise 5,175 for charity.
Unacceptable for tourist town not to have public toilets
In St Merryn, a village meeting has been called to see if residents will put up with a 20 per cent increase in the precept they pay to the parish council, needed if councillors are to take control of the facilities there.
This Is Exeter
EU reform may help West share economic recovery
Reform of controversial EU subsidies could help rural areas in Devon and Cornwall to "share" the economic recovery, a minister and Westcountry MP has said.
This is The West Country
'Suspicious' house fire in St Austell
Fire crews from St Austell, Mevagissey, Fowey, St Dennis, Lostwithiel, Bodmin and Launceston were called at 8.50pm, and an aerial ladder platform was used to fight the fire.
commented A brush with an invisible dog
"ANIMALS are such agreeable friends. They ask no questions. They pass no criticisms."
Duchy moves HQ out of town
LISKEARD has suffered a blow with the decision of the Duchy of Cornwall to move its South West headquarters out of the town.