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  1. Penrose Road Community Centre sale cash cut by 100,000 after legal adviceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 25 | Falmouth Packet

    Community groups and charities in Helston will now only have the chance to bid for a share of A 53,000, rather than the full A 159,000 from the sale of the Penrose Community Centre. The cut in cash is after the town council was advised by the Charity Commission to follow legal advice relating to the sale of the former community centre at 3 Penrose Road and how the proceeds can be used.

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  2. Look back in time: German U-Boat ace offered wine after sinking ships off CornwallRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 25 | Falmouth Packet

    The Royal Navy is this week marking the World War I sinking of the three cruisers - HMS Aboukir, HMS Hogue and HMS Cressy - sunk by a German U-boat on September 22 1914 off the Dutch coast in the North Sea with a total loss of life of 1,459 men, including sailors from Falmouth and a St Mawes. Falmouth man, Charles Pidwell, a chief shipwright on HMS Aboukir and Leading Seaman Nicholas Odgers from St Mawes were amongst those who lost their lives.

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  3. 1m appeal launched to to help build 2.8m cancer support centre at Royal Cornwall HospitalRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 25 | Falmouth Packet

    Macmillan Cancer Support and Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust are launching a A 1m appeal to help build a new A 2.8m cancer support centre at Royal Cornwall Hospital, Truro. Macmillan has already committed A 1.8m towards the Cove Macmillan Support Centre but are asking for help raising the remaining A 1m .

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  4. Exmouth Town face trip to unbeaten league leadersRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 25 | Exmouth Journal

    Exmouth Town face another daunting trip this weekend when they travel to current league leaders Ivybridge who have yet to taste defeat in the SWPL this season, writes John Dibsdall. On Saturday they were held to a goalless draw by current champions Plymouth Parkway having won their previous eight games scoring twenty five goals and conceding just five.

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  5. Casualty trapped after Scorrier crashRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 25 | Falmouth Packet

    Crews from Camborne and Redruth, alongside the rescue tender, were called out just after 9.30pm and used crash rescue equipment to release the one person trapped.

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  6. Police urge people to report animal crueltyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 25 | Cornish Guardian

    PEOPLE are being urged to report cruelty against animals to the police following the suspected injury to horses on the Lizard. A member of the group Cornwall Horse Watch said they had been informed of a possible injury against a horse near St Keverne.

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  7. Sci-fi film festival lands in CornwallRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 25 | Cornish Guardian

    THE BFI has announced the full line-up of events across the UK as part of Sci-Fi: Days of Fear and Wonder and it includes some events in Cornwall which are, well, out of this world. An otherworldly evening of sci-fi immersion in the magnificent setting of the Eden Project takes place on Sunday, October 26. Audiences will experience a unique audio soundscape created by Portishead's Adrian Utley and Goldfrapp's Will Gregory in the Mediterranean Biome before a screening of cult classic Silent Running in the Gallery.

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  8. Billy Elliot The Musical screens across county from the West EndRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 25 | Cornish Guardian

    BILLY ELLIOT THE MUSICAL comes to Cornish cinemas live from London's West End on Sunday at 2pm and 7pm. Based on the Academy Award-nominated film first released in 2000, the show has won the hearts of millions since it opened in London's West End and has gone on to captivate audiences around the world, winning over 80 theatre awards along the way including Tony Awards and five Olivier Awards.

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    Thursday Sep 25 | Cornish Guardian

    A DANGEROUS serial sex offender has been jailed for nine years after he grabbed a pensioner at a Falmouth beauty spot and tried to drag her away. James Campbell was intending to seriously sexual assault the 64-year-old woman, who cannot be named for legal reasons, Truro Crown Court heard.

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  10. Camborne builders' mercy dash save Rocky from the potRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 25 | Cornish Guardian

    A LOBSTER destined for the dinner table was rescued by Camborne builders after they spotted him at a seafood festival. Derek Mitchell, from Camborne, and Paul Tresidder, from Four Lanes, took pity on the giant crustacean, which they nicknamed Rocky, when they came across him in Penzance.

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  11. Gig Rowing: Falmouth men make it four county titles on the trotRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 25 | Falmouth Packet

    The A crew from the club based at the Falmouth School of Sailing were crowned champions for the fourth year in a row. The crew rowed their way into the final which featured two boats from Caradon along with teams from Fowey, Penryn and Coverack.

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  12. Perranporth street trader Haydn Kembery refused breath test when...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 25 | Cornish Guardian

    A STREET trader suspected of being drunk when he was found behind the wheel of a car at Perranporth refused to take a breath test. Haydn Kembery, 38, pleaded guilty at Truro Magistrates' Court to failing to provide a specimen of breath for analysis when suspected of having been in charge of a vehicle on July 31. William Hazelton, for the defence, said Kembery and a fellow trader went to Perranporth in the course of their business, with the other man driving because Kembery was disqualified.

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  13. Best ever Redruth Bowling Club Fun DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 25 | Cornish Guardian

    Four-year-old Jowan has a go at bowls with the president of the club Barrie Kessell at the fun day. On their stall at the Redruth fun day in Victoria Park are the 2nd Redruth scout group, from left, Finn, Amber, Darcy, William and Thomas.

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  14. 10 questions with historical fiction author: Jo BeverleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 23 | Examiner.com

    Jo Beverley, author of numerous historical romances answers 10 questions about her favorite figures from history, and the age old question of coffee or tea. This is a hard one, because I wouldn't like to actually BE anyone from the past.

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  15. FOOTBALL: Penryn Athletic 5-4 Helston AthleticRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 24 | Falmouth Packet

    A THRILLING night of end-to-end football saw Penryn Athletic break Helston's perfect start to the season at Kernick Road. Dale Band 's 85th minute winner saw Borough complete a 5-4 victory over the Blues who finished the South West Peninsula League West match with nine men.

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    Wednesday Sep 24 | Daily Star

    BRITAIN is still suffering from last winter's storms as top beaches were drained of millions of tonnes of sand - leaving them strewn with rocks and slime. WIPEOUT: What was once a surfer paradise is now rocky and slimy with millions of tonnes of sand dragged away [SWNS] Experts say that knock-on effects of the severe storms are only now being felt along some of the most beautiful coastal parts of the UK.

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  17. CRICKET: Join Marcus Trescothick on 'Pedal for the Pavilion'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 24 | Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News

    ONE of the next major events in the Somerset Pavilion Appeal year calendar is the opportunity to join skipper Marcus Trescothick and the players on a west country tour as part 'Pedal for the Pavilion'. The event begins in St Austell, Cornwall, and over the course of five days the riders will travel up to Bath via Plymouth, Exeter and Yeovil before finishing in Taunton .

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  18. Farming minister praises Writtle CollegeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 24 | Chelmsfordweeklynews.co.uk

    FARMING Minister George Eustice has praised Writtle College for giving him the skills required to be a successful farmer and now policitian. Mr Eustice, the Tory MP for Camborne, Redruth and Hayle in Cornwall since 2010, studied Commercial Horticulture at the college between 1990 and 1993, before going into his family's fruit farm business.

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  19. Storms strip UK coastline of millions of tonnes of sand leaving razor-sharp rocksRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 24 | Mail on Sunday

    From 355-foot Zambian waterfalls to travertine terraces in Turkey: These are the world's most jaw-dropping NATURAL infinity pools Month-long cycling tour takes in the world's most fashionable cities, luxury hotels and trendy nightclubs ... all for a staggering A 80,000 Do you want fries with that? Luxury hotel serves up $360 surf and turf made with Wagyu beef, Russian caviar and edible gold Forget forking out for business class! These are the top 20 airlines for flying economy Fly on Wednesday, book nine months ahead and save 40% by using an app: Top insider tips for saving HUNDREDS on your holiday Going barefoot, using nail polish and changing a baby's nappy: Former flight attendant reveals the worst things passengers do on planes 'It's a restocking fee': Warning to guests as hotel charges holidaymakers $50 just to store their OWN items in minibar Paradise found! Idyllic Caribbean ... (more)

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    Monday Sep 22 | Plymouth Evening Herald

    TWO city headteachers have criticised Devon and Cornwall Police chiefs, claiming they are letting a much-praised safeguarding scheme for children fall apart. In a strongly worded document leaked to The Herald, the heads - members of the special steering group - wrote to all the members of the Plymouth Association of Primary Headteachers , saying the scheme was at risk of collapse due to problems with the force's new computer system and a lack of support by senior officers at the force's headquarters.

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