Bodmin, England Newswire (Page 5)

Bodmin, England Newswire (Page 5)

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  1. Webbers appoints new board of directorsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 11, 2017 | This Is North Devon

    Three new directors are to join the existing main Board at local multi award-winning Estate and Lettings Agents, Webbers. Established in 1924, Webbers have always sought to lead the way in customer care and marketing, and over the years have expanded across North Devon, North Cornwall and Somerset to now have 16 sales offices from Newquay through to Taunton.

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  2. Resident speaks of Bodmin degeneration as Edinburgh Woollen Mill shop is set to closeRead the original story w/Photo

    May 11, 2017 | Cornish Guardian

    Patricia Barber, a pensioner from the town, said that the closure of Edinburgh Woollen Mill was a "massive blow" for the town. "It is doing very well, it's very popular," she said.

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  3. OBITUARY: Lionel Smith, BodminRead the original story

    May 10, 2017 | Cornish Guardian

    THE funeral service has taken place at the Kernow Chapel, Penmount Crematorium, for Lionel George James Smith, of Bodmin, who died peacefully at Penrice Hospital, St Austell, on March 25, aged 91. Lionel, who was always known as Jim, was born at Penstraze, near Truro, on March 10, 1926, the son of Ernest and Maude Smith. He was educated at Truro High School and later attended Truro Cathedral School where he captained the school's rugby team, was the senior NCO in the school's Combined Cadet Force and also won trophies for cross-country running.

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  4. Man, 80, survives reversing car off 50ft cliffRead the original story w/Photo

    May 9, 2017 | Metro UK News

    Which is exactly where one pensioner found himself this week, and to his horror, he reversed off the enormous drop. Following the incident at around 3.55pm on Monday, police and paramedics rushed to the beach near Atlantic Terrace, New Polzeath, Cornwall.

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  5. Fire in Roche near St Austell sees three houses damaged and... 1Read the original story w/Photo

    May 9, 2017 | Cornish Guardian

    A house fire in Roche last night , near St Austell, saw a man treated by paramedics and three homes badly damaged. A spokesman for St Austell Community Fire Station said: "Smoke and flames were issuing from the building - LPG gas cylinders were involved.

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  6. Elderly man airlifted to Derriford after his car went over cliffRead the original story w/Photo

    May 9, 2017 | Plymouth Evening Herald

    It is believed the elderly man has accidentally reversed his car off the cliff at Atlantic Terrace, New Polzaeath, just before 3pm yesterday, reports Cornwall Live . A spokeswoman from the RNLI confirmed that RNLI lifeguards on Polzeath beach and Rock's volunteer RNLI crew have been assisting.

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  7. From left: Jacob Dobson, winner Jordan Clay and Jodran MorantRead the original story w/Photo

    May 8, 2017 | Falmouth Packet

    The Specsavers sponsored last Trevornick 10 mile multi terrain race, round six of the Cornwall Grand Prix Series sponsored by Cornwall Glass and Glazing, went out in a blaze of glory, with 351 runners lining up in the grounds of Holywell Bay Fun Park in glorious spring sunshine. The benign conditions were certainly welcomed by the runners, who faced ten challenging miles over the grassland of Cubert Common and undulating sections of the coastal footpath, with a series of unforgiving steep climbs to test the best.

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  8. Cornwall coalition deal is now on the cards as parties fail... 2Read the original story w/Photo

    May 5, 2017 | Plymouth Evening Herald

    The battle for Cornwall hung in the balance all yesterday afternoon, with Liberal Democrats and Conservatives struggling for the upper hand in the county elections. A solid tranche of Independents were in position to hold the balance of power, as they did in the previous administration.

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  9. Firefighters called to late night tumble dryer fireRead the original story w/Photo

    May 5, 2017 | Cornish Guardian

    Two fire engines from Bodmin Community Fire Station and one fire crew from Lostwithiel arrived at the scene of the fire caused by a tumble dryer. A Cornwall Fire and Rescue spokesman said: "Firefighters used six breathing apparatus sets and two hose reel jets to extinguish the fire.

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    May 4, 2017 | Cornish Guardian

    Cornwall went to the polls on Thursday and now the wait begins to find out what the county's council will look like. More than 400 candidates stood in 122 wards on Thursday, with St Petroc's ward in Bodmin choosing their councillor next month.

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  11. Power struggle for control of Cornwall Council gets real today as voters decideRead the original story w/Photo

    May 4, 2017 | Cornish Guardian

    Cornwall is going to the polls today with experts keeping a close eye on whether the looming general election boosts turnout or kills it off entirely. Today more than 400 candidates will be standing in 122 wards across the county, with St Petroc's ward in Bodmin choosing their councillor next month.

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  12. These are the places in Cornwall where house prices have increased the mostRead the original story w/Photo

    May 2, 2017 | Cornish Guardian

    Cornwall house prices are at their highest since records began and it's becoming increasingly difficult for buyers to get on the market. These are the towns that have experienced the largest price hikes.

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  13. FEATURE: Chard's great D-day war hero, Arthur Helbert, 95, honoured in mayor's awardsRead the original story

    May 2, 2017 | This is The West Country

    A DECORATED war hero and D-Day veteran who has received the Legion D'honneur award and served Chard's Royal British Legion for more than 50 years has been given a special award by the mayor. Arthur Helbert, 95, was given an award for outstanding service to the town, as well as special recognition from Chard mayor, Cllr Dave Bulmer, and a standing ovation at Chard's Annual Parish meeting last Tuesday.

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  14. Crash on Tamar Bridge causing traffic delays on A38Read the original story w/Photo

    May 1, 2017 | Plymouth Evening Herald

    At 4.46pm the Tamar Bridge and Torpoint Ferry Committee said via Twitter that there was a one lane restriction for traffic heading into Cornwall, due to a collision. By 4.55pm Traffic England's road sensors were showing traffic was queueing on the A38 as far back as the St Budeaux sliproads.

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  15. Newquay to become a space engineering centre of excellenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 25, 2017 | Cornish Guardian

    Flann, in Bodmin is a key space industry supply chain company hoping to capitalise on Cornwall becoming a spaceport - if... A leading electronics and engineering company believes Spaceport status could be a game changer for Cornwall as a whole and supply chain companies have all to gain. An early high-profile project for Flann was the role it played in the equipping the newly-built Goonhilly Earth Station, which received the first live transatlantic television broadcasts from the United States in 1962 - and Flann is still supporting the facility more than 50 years on.

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

    Apr 21, 2017 | 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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    Apr 20, 2017 | Cornish Guardian

    A dad from Cornwall is going to join Prince Harry at the start line of London marathon to raise funds for mental health charities. Daryl Ashley, from Bodmin, will be running the London marathon on Sunday in aid of Bodmin association Mind Restormel and Heads Together, the charity led by Prince Harry and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

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  18. Family of grandmother fight to increase driver's sentenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 20, 2017 | Daily Mail

    Family of great-great-grandmother, 79, killed by a texting HGV driver fight to increase his 'insulting and lenient' 32-month jail sentence Jean Watmore, 79, pictured with her daughter Jeanette, was a back seat passenger when a driver ploughed into them in a 40-ton truck The devastated family of a great-great-grandmother killed by a texting truck driver have been given hope after the Court of Appeal said it would review his 'insulting and lenient' jail sentence. Jean Watmore, 79, was a back seat passenger in a Vauxhall Meriva car, driven by her daughter, travelling home to Bristol after a family holiday in St Ives, Cornwall, when Joseph David Smith, 30, ploughed into them in a 40-ton truck.

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  19. After Taylor Jones got banned for his haircut we find 10 bizarre school bans in CornwallRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 20, 2017 | Cornish Guardian

    The story of Cornish lad Taylor Jones who was sent to detention by his school for turning up bald after taking part in a charity head shave has gone national and sparked outrage and disbelief far and wide. But Cornwall Live has delved into the archives to see what school in the county and area have banned in the recent past - from running to hugging, wearing the wrong shoes to RE trips to a local mosque or even bananas.

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  20. Electric shock therapy is still being used in CornwallRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 19, 2017 | Cornish Guardian

    Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation Trust has confirmed it uses electro-convulsive therapy as a way to treat severe depression, mania or catatonia. While not giving out details about how many ECT procedures are carried out every year in Cornwall unless the information is obtained through a freedom of information request, the trust said ECT to treat mental illnesses has been consistent since 2005.

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