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This Is Somerset
Taxing times for the country
Low taxes are a great incentive for business. Tax expert Chris Thorpe of Haines Watts, says he believes now it is time that the United Kingdom became a tax haven, like Ireland When Adam Smith wrote his Wealth of Nations in 1776, the concern that taxes could discourage business was a live issue.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Cornish Pirates snatch dramatic cup victory
Late drama at the Mennaye Field saw the Cornish Pirates snatch victory from the jaws of defeat and sensationally grab a winning bonus point with two tries in second half injury time.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Penzance Rotary Club's charter is commemorated
A FORMAL dinner and concert at the Queens Hotel has marked the anniversary of the granting of Penzance Rotary Club's charter.
Reopening of Penzance pub painted by Stanhope Forbes
CLOSED for two years, a Penzance pub has reopened its doors and is serving frothing pints and tasty meals once again.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
The Cornishman published West Penwith volunteers celebrated for their selfless efforts at...
Pam Smith, from Penzance, and Mike Smith, of Pendeen who are not related were honoured at this year's Cornwall Celebrates Volunteering Awards for their contributions.
The Mousehole Cat back home
PUPPETCRAFT is bringing its very popular adaptation of The Mousehole Cat back to The Acorn, Penzance for two performances only.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
cmjohnw published Puss in Boots in Cornish at Penzance theatre
Students from the Heamoor Cornish class will be performing a Cornish language version of the pantomime Puss in Boots at The Acorn in Penzance on Thursday, December 12 at 7.30pm.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
cmjohnw commented Two seagulls shot dead in Penzance
The seagulls are believed to have been shot while perching on a roof at Voundervour Lane, connecting Chapel and Queen streets, one of them ending up impaled on a fence spike.
cmjohnw published Penzance pedestrian airlifted to Derriford with 'life-changing'...
A MAN in his 20s has been airlifted to Derriford Hospital with 'life-changing and life-threatening injuries after being in collision with a car on Alverton Road, Penzance at about 5.40pm today.
Bangor Daily News
Traditional Plum Pudding for Christmas
Toby and I have made our Christmas puddings, and I thought perhaps you might enjoy them, too.
Western Morning News published Jewish cemetery's custodians appeal for descendents to help...
The custodians of a precious part of Cornwall's religious heritage are hoping the descendants of families buried in a hidden graveyard will help them repair the plot.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
cmjohnw published Penzance carers' charity holds first fundraiser
A NEW Cornish charity supporting unpaid carers has hosted its first fundraising evening at the Old Lifeboat Bistro in Penzance.
Penzance Rotary celebrates 90 years
A FORMAL dinner and concert at The Queens Hotel marked the anniversary of the granting of Penzance Rotary Club's charter.
West Penwith volunteers celebrated for their selfless efforts at awards night
Pam Smith, from Penzance, and Mike Smith, of Pendeen - surnames coincidental - were honoured at this year's Cornwall Celebrates Volunteering Awards for their contributions.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Countryfile presenter Adam Henson to open Penzance branch of Patch & Acre Country Store
Countryfile presenter Adam Henson will be the guest of honour at the opening of the rebranded Cornwall Farmers' store in Penzance.
Free parking for today's Penzance Christmas lights switch on
Roads into the very centre of town are closing this morning as traders set up stalls for the shopping and food extravaganza going on around the Christmas Lights switch on.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Cornwall Master Chef winner announced at glamorous awards bash in Penzance
CORNWALL'S finest up and coming chefs served up their best dishes last week, as the county's first ever Master Chef was finally unveiled.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Phoenix Project offers hope for Nathan
TOUCHGLOVES Gym owner Nathan Kitchen has vowed to put a tough year behind him after relocating and opening a new premises at Connor Downs.
The Cornishman published No insurance
WAYNE CHARLES HOUSE, 37, of St James Street, Penzance, entered a guilty plea at Truro Magistrates' Court on November 15 to using a car without insurance at Redruth on May 26 and was fined 110.
The Cornishman published A living memorial to canoe club's stalwart
A GENEROUS donation in memory of a Penzance canoeist has seen yet another location take delivery of equipment that could save a life.