Cornwall and Isles of Scilly County, England Newswire (Page 4)

Cornwall and Isles of Scilly County, England Newswire (Page 4)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Cornwall and Isles of Scilly County, England. (Page 4)

Results 61 - 80 of 10,613 in Cornwall and Isles of Scilly County, England

  1. Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 28 | Cornish Guardian

    St Austell's Celtic Beer Festival has proved, yet again, to be a great day out, with thousands of pounds raised for the brewery's charitable trust, helping local good causes. Some 3,000 revellers descended on St Austell Brewery for the one-day event to enjoy some of the 192 beers on show.

    Comment?

  2. Thumbnail imageRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 28 | Cornish Guardian

    Concerns have been raised over plans to make savings of A 221million in health and social care services in Cornwall. Health and care organisations in Cornwall today published details of the Sustainability and Transformation Plan which sets out how services will change to make the savings required by 2020/21.

    Comment?

  3. Police hunt armed robber who stole cash from Hatt Service... 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 28 | Cornish Guardian

    A man in possession of a knife entered Hatt Service Station and Post Office around 9pm on Saturday and demanded money from the staff. The man, who was wearing a motorcycle helmet with a balaclava underneath, assaulted the staff member to force him to open the safe.

    Comment?

  4. Christmas FairRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 28 | Cornish Guardian

    Christmas Fair The very first Christmas Fair at Crocadon took place in 2002 and this year, 2016 will be our last. The many years of Christmas tree sales and Christmas markets have been the Season's inspiration for the organising team at Crocadon.

    Comment?

  5. Firefighters outside Randle Thomas solicitors where there was a fire in a microwaveRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 28 | Falmouth Packet

    A firm of solicitors in Helston brought a whole new meaning to the term 'fast food' when firefighters raced to deal with a fire in their microwave. A crew from Helston fire station and a fire officer were called to Randle Thomas in Wendron Street just after 1.30pm today.

    Comment?

  6. Falmouth and Penryn Lions Club presents cash to Cancer ResearchRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 28 | Falmouth Packet

    Richard Mitchell, event co-ordinator; Nicky Garvin, manager of the Cancer Research Falmouth branch; Roy Wright, president of Falmouth and Penryn Lions Club and Dave Mills, Lions' member The Lions Club of Falmouth and Penryn has handed over a cheque for A 1,000 to the manager of the Cancer Research Shop in Market Street. The money was raised at the Lions' recent charity golf tournament which saw 20 teams of four taking part at Falmouth Golf Club.

    Comment?

  7. Cornwall dogging sites: Look away now as more sites have... 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 28 | Cornish Guardian

    Cornwall Live readers have expressed their shock after it was revealed that tourist hotspots and other beauty spots feature prominently on a list of well-known 'dogging sites' in the county. Yesterday afternoon we revealed the list of locations where frisky strangers meet to have sex in public, including waterfront car parks, public parks, a boating lake, and even a country park.

    Comment?

  8. Falmouth Road Runners win Division 2 double in annual Mob MatchRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 28 | Falmouth Packet

    The 30th Falmouth Mob Match once again marked the end of another successful road running year in Cornwall, with 415 runners lining up on the Falmouth sea front on Sunday morning ready to tackle five challenging miles, with its spectacular views around Pendennis Point, along the sea front, passing Gyllyngvase Beach and into Swanpool. It was evident from the early stages, as the runners negotiated the steep hill past the docks , that the battle for individual honours in the men's race would be between Godolphin School's Colin Snook and Tony Brewer .

    Comment?

  9. Ladies' Day in Falmouth raises over 1,700 for Cornwall Hospice CareRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 28 | Falmouth Packet

    The presenter during the morning was Nikki Cheatham who talked about her years working behind the scenes in television. She was involved as producer in many programmes including Crimewatch.

    Comment?

  10. Christian teaching assistant complains that the rainbow is an emblem of gay prideRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 28 | Metro UK News

    Conversely, some rainbows are religious, others are just formed thanks to reflection, refraction and dispersion of light in water droplets. But one Christian has got all hot under the collar because she doesn't approve of same-sex relationships and hit out at the the adoption of the rainbow as a symbol of gay pride.

    Comment?

  11. Joe delivers victory in final boxing bout of the year in TorbayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 28 | Falmouth Packet

    A trio of boxers from Falmouth and Penryn ABC travelled to Torquay on Saturday, for Torbay ABC's show, their last competitive outing before Christmas, along with coaches Chris Martin and Dan Coles. Sadly, Lewis Rollason's opponent failed to make the weight, so it was left to seniors Brian Higgins and Joe True to do the business.

    Comment?

  12. Cornish towns among top ten most popular UK Christmas getawaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 27 | Cornish Guardian

    According to holidaylettings.co.uk, the two towns are in the list of the top ten most favoured winter breaks in the country, which includes long-favoured locations and more unexpected spots. Booking activity from the holiday website, which is owned by TripAdvisor, shows travellers are celebrating the season in bustling locales like Edinburgh and London as well as coastal destinations like Padstow, Newquay, Whitby, Filey, and Scarborough.

    Comment?

  13. Beaches devastated by extreme storms showing little signs of recovery, study suggestsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 23 | EurekAlert!

    Beaches left decimated by the severe winter of 2013/14 have still not recovered almost three years later, according to new research led by the University of Plymouth. The study, published in Marine Geology , showed around eight weeks of storms left many beaches along the UK's Atlantic coastline in their most eroded state since records began.

    Comment?

  14. South Devon beaches have 'not recovered' after ferocious... 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 27 | This Is South Devon

    South Devon beaches left decimated by the ferocious winter storms of 2013/14 have still not recovered almost three years later, according to new research The study led by the University of Plymouth says beaches such as Slapton Sands have seen dramatic changes in the sands which has not been replenished since the extreme weather witnessed during the winter of 2013/14. It means communities like Torcross are more risk from the sea as previous protection has been eroded..

    Comment?

  15. beer1Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 26 | Cornish Guardian

    People living in Camborne, Pool and Redruth partial to the odd tipple will now be able to get their hands on an extensive range of brews from around the world after the area's first specialist wine merchant and beer shop opened its doors. Following a merger of Keltek Brewery and Wine in Cornwall last year, the two businesses are opening their first retail store on the Cardrew Industrial Estate in Redruth.

    Comment?

  16. The best places to buy your Christmas tree this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 25 | Cornish Guardian

    But panic not, we've put together a list of seven of the places you could buy your Christmas tree this weekend If you really want to throw yourself into the spirit of Christmas why not start by cutting down your own tree at the Tregothnan Estate near Tresillian. Alternatively the estate has trees that are pre-cut.

    Comment?

  17. Trengwainton's Lantern Walk expanded to two nightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 27 | Falmouth Packet

    The event has proved so popular that this year it's been extended to two nights - Friday and Saturday, December 2 and 3, from 5.30 until 8.30pm. Throughout November, staff and volunteers from the garden have gone into local schools to help children make withy and tissue paper lanterns.

    Comment?

  18. Gunfire to be heard in Looe and Fowey todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 27 | Cornish Guardian

    South East Cornwall residents are warned of possible disturbance from live firing at sea today as part of a week-long Royal Marines exercise. Members of Plymouth-based 1 Assault Group Royal Marines will be conducting a blank-firing exercise along the coast between Dartmouth and Fowey until Friday, December 2. White flare illuminations may also be used to help the exercise.

    Comment?

  19. James Newton's birdie charge drives Consett & District to The Mail...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 26 | Daily Mail

    Consett & District hailed being crowned men's champions of The Mail on Sunday Classic as their equivalent of winning the Ryder Cup, after James Newton led the fightback to beat South Staffordshire 3-2 in Spain. Their rivals from Wolverhampton had beaten a strong Kenwick Park team 3A1 2-1A1 2 in the semi-finals and again looked to have the advantage early on in the final of the world's largest golf club team event.

    Comment?

  20. Cornwall Garden Society Daytime Lecture: No Whiteys since...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 26 | Western morning News

    The Cornwall Garden Society's annual lecture series continues in December with two talks by BBC Gardeners' World presenter, nurseryman and plant-hunter, Nick Macer. Tree-smitten throughout his childhood and teenage years, Nick now spends his days working among a collection of mostly hard-to-find woody plants that many gardeners would be pleased merely to glimpse.

    Comment?