Sunday Nov 24
Ruth McGurk, from St Keverne, will help promote the work of the foodbank
SO many people are now using the Helston and Lizard Foodbank that a co-ordinator has been appointed to oversee its running.
Sat Nov 16, 2013
Honesty is just the ticket on Lizard as parking machines plan rejected
The honesty of motorists in St Keverne and Coverack will continue to be relied upon after it was decided not to install ticket machines in the villages' car parks.
Wed Nov 13, 2013
Five Lizard primary schools look at academy status
FIVE primary schools on the Lizard peninsular are planning to break away from the control of Cornwall Council to create a trust of academy schools.
Tue Nov 12, 2013
Anger over Masked Ball noise - with even the cows upset
A dozen residents of Traboe and the surrounding area have attended the last meeting of St Keverne Parish Council en mass to complain about the impact of this year's Hallowe'en Masked Ball.
Concern over grave from famous Lizard wreck SS Mohegan
VILLAGERS are trying to block plans for a new house within feet of a grave from a famous Victorian shipwreck off the Lizard.
Mon Nov 11, 2013
This Is Somerset
Gate to house that inspired du Maurier to be restored
Two crumbling lodges that stand at the gateway of a Cornish country estate described by novelist Daphne du Maurier as "the most beautiful place imaginable" are to be fully restored.
This is The West Country
A service was held at St Gluvias Church, Penryn
Towns and villages across Cornwall fell silent yesterday as the county remembered those who have died in conflicts around the world.