Cornwall and Isles of Scilly County, England Newswire (Page 3)

Cornwall and Isles of Scilly County, England Newswire (Page 3)

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  1. The Flora Day stewards have announced small changes to this year's route of the Midday DanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 24 | Falmouth Packet

    The Flora Day stewards have announced a slight change to the route of the Midday Dance this year, with less than two weeks to go until the big day. While most of the dances will following the same format as previous years, this year the Midday will be unable to enter the Old Vicarage as usual, due to continued renovations in the garden.

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  2. Westminster is on lock-down after reported shootings and knife attacks this afternoonRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 24 | Cornish Guardian

    Westminster terror attacks outside the Houses of Parliament have let four people dead, and a number of people with "catastrophic" injuries. Scotland Yard said that it was called to a firearms incident on Westminster Bridge today, Wednesday March 22 at around 2.40pm.

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  3. Business rate relief package on hold due to snap electionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 24 | TaxAssist Accountants

    The snap general election announced last week will delay a 300m business rates relief package designed to help thousands of the smallest businesses hit hardest by the recent revaluation of commercial property across the UK. In some areas of the country, rateable values more than doubled, threatening the viability of small businesses.

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  4. Spectacular ancient sites in Cornwall that you must visitRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 23 | Cornish Guardian

    Cornwall's landscape is scattered with ancient and Celtic sites, some of which predate the Egyptian pyramids. These fascinating remnants include stone circles, quoits, and Bronze Age villages, and holy wells.

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  5. Is Woolworths about to make a comeback to our high streets?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 23 | Cornish Guardian

    Everyone's favourite pick 'n' mix retailer Woolworths, which left a huge hole in our high streets when it became a victim of the global economic crash almost 10 years ago. could be making a comeback.

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  6. turksRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 21 | Cornish Guardian

    Cornwall's rich history of shipping and smuggling, mining and farming have all helped create a network of pubs with some of the strangest and most intriguing names in the UK. From the Lamorna Wink to the Pandora, the Jamaica Inn to the Bucket of Blood, there are some fascinating stories behind how many of our pubs in Cornwall got their names.

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  7. 20 of Great Britain's most unusual hotelsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 21 | USA Today

    Brooks Guesthouse, Bristol: It must have taken a leap of imagination to see the potential for a chic city guesthouse in a 1960s office block turned backpacker's hostel - pure genius to provide additional accommodation by parking sleek, custom-built Airstream camper vans on the AstroTurf roof. 20 of Great Britain's most unusual hotels Brooks Guesthouse, Bristol: It must have taken a leap of imagination to see the potential for a chic city guesthouse in a 1960s office block turned backpacker's hostel - pure genius to provide additional accommodation by parking sleek, custom-built Airstream camper vans on the AstroTurf roof.

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  8. 50K Capital of Culture job revealed in error by Cornwall CouncilRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 23 | Cornish Guardian

    Cornwall Council plans to recruit someone internally to lead the development of its controversial Capital of Culture bid with a salary of up to A 50,000 - and we would never have known if it had not been accidentally published to all on its website. On Friday morning, a job advert appeared seemingly showing that the local authority had launched its hunt for a Culture Programme Lead, who will shoulder the responsibility for Truro's controversial bid to become a European Capital of Culture in 2023.

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  9. Fun for all at Churches Together community partyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 23 | Falmouth Packet

    Residents and visitors to Falmouth of all ages enjoyed the hospitality of Falmouth and Penryn Churches Together at a community party held on The Moor last week. The event saw free hot cross buns handed out, along with Easter biscuits, tea, coffee and soft drinks.

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  10. Non-League Football: Bad break for St Ives Town star Josh Dawkin in final Premier Division fixtureRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 22 | Hunts Post

    St Ives Town star Josh Dawkin suffered a horrific injury on the final day of the Southern League Premier Division season. Dawkin was taken to hospital in Swindon with a double-break of the right leg in the club's 2-0 defeat at champions Chippenham.

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  11. Scillonian IIIRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 22 | Falmouth Packet

    Forty return ferry tickets to the Isles of Scilly are being given away this year to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the iconic Scillonian III passenger ferry. This year marks the 40th year of service by the Scillonian III, the Isles of Scilly Steamship Group's longest serving passenger ferry to date, and 40 lucky winners will experience the spectacular ferry journey to the islands for free thanks to a giveaway launched as part of the commemorative celebrations.

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  12. Your chance to see the new-look Helston Community College designsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 22 | Falmouth Packet

    In February it was finally confirmed that construction work on the North Site of the school on Church Hill should begin this September. Between 80 and 90 per cent of the college's upper school site will be redeveloped, taking in C-Block , D-Block and E-Block .

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  13. Penhaul 328Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 21 | Cornish Guardian

    A new outdoor bar and a special pint are about to be unveiled in Cornwall just in time for the summer season. The launch of the Surf Den at Ben Tunnicliffe Sennen Cove, a restaurant with spectacular beach and sea views, will also coincide with the release of the Head Launcher, its exclusive ale produced by Skinner's Brewery.

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  14. Cornwalla s best independent record storesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 21 | Cornish Guardian

    The resurgence of vinyl and physical music sales in general is being celebrated again with another Record Store Day this weekend. But where can you get your analogue fix in Cornwall? Vinyl's new lease of life is nothing short of extraordinary.

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  15. a 11 thrilling ocean adventures in Cornwall for familiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 21 | Cornish Guardian

    We're slowly and surely heading towards summer and as the days warm up your thoughts may be turning to watersports fun. Cornwall's miles of golden sandy beaches and craggy coastline, provides ocean adventures with an epic playground for thrilling, refreshing and fun ocean activities for family and friends.

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  16. Nancarrow Farm Feasts start this weekend.Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 21 | Cornish Guardian

    You know summer's almost here when a plethora of food events pop up in Cornwall and this weekend is full of them. The biggie is Porthleven Food Festival but there are also farm feasts, a beer and bangers festival and its polar opposite, a vegan festival as well as one of chef Lee Skeet's popular one-off events.

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  17. As Orbit Becomes More Crowded, Risk From Space Debris GrowsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 21 | Voice of America

    A piece of metal, presumably from doomed US rocket SpaceX Falcon, recovered from the sea off the Isles of Scilly in Britain, is seen in this handout provided to Reuters on Nov. 27, 2015. Decades' worth of man-made junk is cluttering up Earth's orbit, posing a threat to spaceflight and the satellites we rely on for weather reports, air travel and global communications.

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  18. All Male Mikado to visit Hampshire next weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 21 | Daily Echo

    Following her hugely successful all-male productions of HMS Pinafore and The Pirates Of Penzance, Sasha Regan is back at Theatre Royal Winchester next week with The Mikado. Arguably Gilbert and Sullivan's most popular opera, The Mikado takes its audience to the far away land of Titipu where flirting is banned on pain of death.

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  19. Penryn College Year 10s retain their county football titleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 21 | Falmouth Packet

    They say it takes true champions to retain a trophy they already hold and Penryn College's Year 10s did exactly that after beating Newquay Treviglas in the County Final at St Blazey FC. Having won the trophy last season, the team had been on a mission to reclaim the crown, already having beaten Truro School, Pool, Redruth and Richard Lander ahead of Thursday's final.

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  20. Redruth knife and cannabis driver jailed for nearly four monthsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 21 | Falmouth Packet

    Police in Redruth stopped a driver last week only to find a large knife sat on the seat next to him. James Fury, 24, of Edgcumbe Avenue in Newquay, was sentenced by magistrates in Truro on Tuesday to just under four months in prison for charges relating to the weapon along with driving offences.

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