Bodmin, England Newswire (Page 4)

Bodmin, England Newswire (Page 4)

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  1. Bodmin Wetherspoon's pub scoops top toilet award for second year in a rowRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 15, 2017 | Cornish Guardian

    Staff from a pub in Cornwall were flushed with pride after winning acclaim for the quality and standards of its toilets in the Loo of the Year Awards. Chapel an Gansblydhen in Fore Street, Bodmin , scooped the top accolade, a platinum star rating by British Toilet Association inspectors, in this year's awards.

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  2. First bricks laid for new homes in TolvaddonRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 13, 2017 | Falmouth Packet

    Work has begun for 38 new homes, the first to be built under Cornwall Council 's Contemporary Cornish Living scheme to provide attractive, high quality homes that people can afford in areas of high demand. The development will include a mixture of one, two and three bedroom homes and will include nine open market sale, and 18 open market rental properties as well as eight affordable rental and three affordable sale properties.

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  3. Few tickets remain for author eventRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 9, 2017 | Penarth Times

    A FEW tickets remain for an evening with Cardiff author Katherine Stansfield being hosted by Griffin Books on Friday, November 10 at Waterloo Tea, Penarth. She will be talking about her novel 'Falling Creatures', a fictional version of a notorious true crime that took place in Bodmin, Cornwall, in 1844.

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  4. Farmer who chopped lambs' tails with kitchen knife escapes jail due to ageRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 6, 2017 | Falmouth Packet

    A farmer who cut off lambs' tails with a kitchen knife only avoided an immediate prison sentence due to his age and ill health. Gerald Benney, from Cury, has been banned for keep sheep and cattle for ten years after what was described by the judge as one of the worse cases she has had to deal with in recent times.

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  5. Truro High School scrub up for Operating Theatre Live and the VIVIT ExperienceRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 6, 2017 | Falmouth Packet

    Blood testing, limb amputation, angioplasty and even a hands-on autopsy on an artificial cadaver were some of the fascinating activities on offer this weekend as budding clinicians and anatomists from across the county headed to Truro High School to get taste of a career under the knife. Nearly 120 pupils from Bodmin to Cape Cornwall joined the school for two intensive one-day workshops offering them the rare opportunity to follow an in-depth medical course that truly brings human anatomy to life.

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  6. FA Cup first round debutants Truro City searching for a new homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 3, 2017 | Newsday

    And the tie at Charlton Athletic will be the first time the National League South club have ever played a Football League side in a competitive game. Just over a decade ago, City were playing local league football in Cornwall, and a rapid rise almost killed the club five years ago when their former chairman went bankrupt and the money ran out.

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  7. Man killed dog walker as he rushed to catch London trainRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 31, 2017 | Mail on Sunday

    Company director, 52, 'hit and killed dog walker in his Land Rover then failed to stop because he was rushing to catch a train to London and thought he had only clipped a wheelie bin' A businessman failed to stop his car after hitting and killing a dog walker because he was desperate to catch a train to London , a jury heard on Tuesday. Catherine Bailey's distraught husband found her lifeless body in a ditch near their home in North Cornwall on July 18, 2016, after she had been struck by a vehicle, Truro Crown Court heard.

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  8. Brown proud as Swans' heroic FA Vase run comes to an endRead the original story

    Oct 30, 2017 | Bournemouth Echo

    BOSS Tim Brown insisted his Swanage Town & Herston players had "not let me down" after the club's FA Vase adventure came to an end in Cornwall. The Dorset Premier League high-fliers suffered an unjust 2-1 defeat at much-fancied South West Peninsula Premier Division outfit Bodmin Town in the first round on Saturday.

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  9. Discover the fascinating 150-year history of Cornwall furnishers Julian FoyeRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 12, 2017 | Cornish Guardian

    Early days at the Fowey workshop. Jesse Julian is at the front on the left; and suited, right, is Edmund Julian, the founder Julian Foye is one of Cornwall's best-known retailers, yet its rich historical journey is little-known to the public.

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  10. Child star needed to help Santa for Cornwall attraction Bodmin & Wenford Railway's Christmas filmRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 10, 2017 | Cornish Guardian

    Bodmin & Wenford Railway are on the hunt for the perfect little helper for Father Christmas, to play the role of a child writing their Christmas letter to Santa ahead of the steam railway's Santa by Steam train trips this year. The railway is looking for a child aged between 5 and 10 to take part in the Christmas Santa by Steam train film.

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  11. Plans have been submitted to build two new mental health units in ExeterRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 10, 2017 | This Is North Devon

    To prevent people with mental health needs having to travel far away to access services, a Mother and Baby Unit and Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit is hoping to be built in Exeter Adult mental health services provider Devon Partnership NHS Trust has submitted a planning application to build a new specialised perinatal mental health service inpatient Mother and Baby Unit within the grounds of Wonford House in Dryden Road. Planning permission has already been granted to build a 10-bed Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit at a cost of 5.5m on the site which has come from funding from its capital resources.

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  12. The Haunted Bones of the Fighting Fairy WomanRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 7, 2017 | Neatorama

    A few days ago, we learned the history of making human skeletons . In 19th-century Britain, human skeletons were often taken from criminals, who were either executed or died in prison.

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  13. Generation ZRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 25, 2017 | BBC News

    Newsbeat has commissioned the BBC's biggest ever survey of the attitudes of 16 to 22-year-olds and found a generation wanting to fight back against a perception from older people that they're "lazy" and "social media obsessed". It's a generation more optimistic about its future than older generations think they should be - and one which sees itself as hard-working and creative.

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  14. Man allegedly tries to fight entire Mylor pub after being refused serviceRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 20, 2017 | Falmouth Packet

    The normally peaceful Lemon Arms in Mylor Bridge was shaken on Saturday by a potential brawl which resulted in several assault allegations, including two on police officers. One eyewitness said he had never in his life seen such a sight, as he reported an "absolute nut case" kicking off and "punching everyone," adding "absolute nutter."

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  15. Cyclists brave torrential rain to complete charity challengeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 19, 2017 | Falmouth Packet

    A team of cyclists, including two from Falmouth and Helston, pedalled more than 200 miles, braving wind, rain and steep terrain to complete the Tour de Cornwall and raise more than A 9,200 for the county's air ambulance service. Ten people, including Jamie Smith from Falmouth and Katie Evans from Helston, took on the charity challenge organised by Cornwall Air Ambulance.

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  16. Bugler played The Last Post at his own funeralRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 14, 2017 | Cornish Guardian

    A military bugle believed to be the only such instrument to be played by a soldier musician at his own funeral has gone on show at a regimental museum in Cornwall. Known as a commanding officer's bugle, the intricately decorated brass instrument is the centrepiece of a Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry exhibition in Bodmin.

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  17. Falmouth Town's match at Camelford tonight has been postponedRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 12, 2017 | Falmouth Packet

    Andy Westgarth's men were aiming to make it six wins in a row but after the FA Vase tie against Helston on Saturday, Camelford's pitch is too wet for another game tonight. Helston's home match with Bodmin Town is due to go ahead tonight, although there are forecasts of extremely highly winds later today.

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  18. Storm Aileen could bring power cuts, damage and injuries from flying debris: amber warning issuedRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 12, 2017 | Falmouth Packet

    POWER cuts and damage to trees are expected in Cornwall early tomorrow - with a risk of injuries from flying debris - as Storm Aileen brings gusts of up to 75mph. The Met Office has issued an 'amber warning,' meaning people should be prepared for a brief spell of very strong westerly winds during the early hours as the Atlantic depression crosses the region.

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  19. Jonathan Lloyd Scantlebury fined for harrassing Chard ex with unwanted calls and 75 textsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 6, 2017 | This is The West Country

    A MAN who bombarded his former partner at Chard with unwanted texts and emails, alternating between making threats and wanting to get back together with her, has appeared in court. Jonathan Lloyd Scantlebury made various comments including one saying he was going to take a sledgehammer to the victim's door and her brother's grave.

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  20. Helston boss gives his thoughts on his team's upturn in fortunes as they prepare for FA Vase tripRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 6, 2017 | Falmouth Packet

    HELSTON Athletic boss Steve Massey is confident of a bright future at Kellaway Park after his team recorded their second SWPL Premier victory in five days at Callington on Saturday. After some chastening results to kick off the campaign, the Blues have now won three of their last four games and confidence is building in the camp.

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