Camborne, England Newswire (Page 10)

Camborne, England Newswire (Page 10)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Camborne, England. (Page 10)

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    Mar 12, 2017 | Cornish Guardian

    With broadband speeds faster than the centre of London and one of the UK's fastest growth rates within the technology sector, Cornwall has been catapulted to the forefront of the digital revolution. The Tech Cluster at Pool Innovation Centre is home to some of the most innovative and fastest-growing digital companies in the UK and the industry is beginning to transform one of Cornwall's most deprived areas.


  2. The fascinating stories behind 11 Cornish place names 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 11, 2017 | Cornish Guardian

    Have you ever wondered how towns and villages got their names? With Cornwall having such a rich heritage there are more than a few intriguing stories behind some of our favourite places. From Falmouth's quirky original title to the bygone practices and figureheads that have inspired names for towns such as Launceston and Bodmin, here are some of the most interesting backstories to county place names along with their Cornish translations.


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    Mar 4, 2017 | Cornish Guardian

    Marches are due to start in Falmouth at 2pm and Truro at 2.15pm and a candlelit vigil will take place at Falmouth Hospital tonight. Supporters in Cornwall want to give a clear message of support for the NHS to preserve services and community hospitals and protect the cherished public service from privatisation.


  4. 14 people who have appeared in Truro Magistrates' Court this weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 3, 2017 | Cornish Guardian

    Johns, 20, of Churchtown Road, Illogan, Redruth, entered guilty pleas at Truro Magistrates' Court on February 27 to assaulting John Bedford at Pool on July 28, damaging a vehicle to the value of A 1,030 belonging to Ben Franklin at Redruth on August 30, damaging a front door at Pool, on December 21 belonging to Joshua Doyle, and assaulting Joshua Doyle on the same day. He also pleaded guilty to possessing 0.58 grams of cannabis on December 16 at Redruth and drink driving that day at Redruth.


  5. Give up dogging for Lent ... again.Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 28, 2017 | Cornish Guardian

    Lent takes place every year in the 40 days leading up to Easter and is treated as a period of reflection and a time for fasting from food and festivities. It symbolises the days which lead up to Jesus' crucifixion and subsequent resurrection, when Christ spent 40 days and nights alone in the Judaean Desert being tempted by Satan.


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    Feb 25, 2017 | Cornish Guardian

    Judges sitting at Truro Crown Court have been busy this month dealing with a number of criminals who have appeared in front of them to be sentenced. Judges Simon Carr and Robert Linford have dealt with everything from predatory paedophiles to a lorry driver who caused a crash which claimed the life of a great-grandmother.


  7. Housebuilder's donation to help Cornwall's YoungstersRead the original story

    Feb 23, 2017 | Falmouth Packet

    The Community Champions initiative backs local charities with up to A 1,000 each month, which is specifically rewarded to groups who provide a service to the local community. SPARC Sport say that this donation will make a huge difference to the group, especially in their fight against holiday hunger in Camborne, Pool and Redruth.


  8. Teen Dagmara Przybysz faced bullying at school where she... 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 21, 2017 | Plymouth Evening Herald

    A 16-year-old girl who came to Britain from Poland was found hanged in the toilets at the school where she been bullied, a coroner heard. Dagmara Przybysz, earlier described by her family and friends as a "beautiful, bright and creative" teenager who moved to this country with family nine years ago, was found dead last May. A pre-inquest hearing heard police and paramedics were called to Pool Academy, but Dagmara, of Redruth, Cornwall, could not be saved.


  9. Council says 'no' to Coastline extension of Bulwark Estate in HelstonRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 21, 2017 | Falmouth Packet

    Helston's councillors have continued their objections to the proposed extension of the town's Bulwark Estate, despite attempts by applicants Coastline Housing to allay concerns. The housing authority hopes to build 75 affordable homes on fields behind Nansloe Academy, creating a new access road past the primary school.


  10. Cornwall Music List: 50 of the biggest and best musicians in Cornwall todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 17, 2017 | Cornish Guardian

    The Cornish have music in their blood, from fishermen's shanties and our equivalent of the rebel song to the cutting edge pioneers of techno and acid right through to the sublime bands who burst forth from Truro College and Falmouth University. Modern folk music was created here at such legendary venues as the Folk Cottage in Mitchell while our choirs are renowned globally.


  11. Internationally celebrated landscape photographer sets the scene in CornwallRead the original story

    Feb 18, 2017 | Falmouth Packet

    Jem Southam, who has had his work displayed in galleries across Europe, the USA and the UK, including the V & A Museum in London, visited Cornwall College Camborne to deliver an inspiring and enlightening presentation to a packed audience of art students and tutors. The event was held as part of the Groundwork project, a two year contemporary arts programme, supported by Arts Council England's Ambition for Excellence scheme and managed by Cornish arts organisation CAST.


  12. Richard Williams, CEO of Strongbow, visits Cornwall following South Crofty mine announcementRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 17, 2017 | Falmouth Packet

    The CEO of Strongbow, the company which bought South Crofty tin mine, will be visiting Cornwall this weekend - after announcing that his new project could create up to 1,000 jobs for Cornwall. Richard Williams made the announcement after an independent preliminary economic assessment of the South Crofty tin project, completed by P&E Mining Consultants Inc. The PEA showed that the project, which includes reopening the mine in Pool and creating up to 275 permanent jobs, is technically feasible - potentially providing an economic lifeline for some of the poorest areas of the county.


  13. Eight parents to pay 2,400 for their children missing school in CornwallRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 16, 2017 | Cornish Guardian

    Eight parents have been ordered to fork out more than A 2,400 between them for failing to ensure their children attend schools in Cornwall. They all appeared before Truro Magistrates on Wednesday, where they entered guilty pleas to failing to ensure that their child attended school regularly.


  14. It's an electric win for Cornish student heading to UK finalRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 12, 2017 | Falmouth Packet

    A student from Hayle has proven to be the brightest spark in the region, by winning the South West regional final of the Sparks UK Electrical Apprentice of the Year competition. Kieran Roberts, who is studying the level three electrical installation diploma at Cornwall College, beat stiff opposition from 12 other competing colleges, to become this year's regional champion.


  15. Carnkie Village and West Basset StampsRead the original story

    Feb 12, 2017 | TrekEarth

    A view from Bassett Stamps looking towards the village of Carnkie and the slopes of Carn Brea near Camborne. To the right can be seen West Bassett Stamps and the well preserved ore dressing floors.


  16. Flooded school gets 5,000 cash boost from Tesco storesRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 12, 2017 | Falmouth Packet

    A school which was extensively damaged by storm flooding has received a A 5,000 donation from Tesco Redruth Stores. Trewirgie Junior School on Falmouth Road in Redruth, was badly flooded after heavy rainfall last September.


  17. Footballers with disabilities urged to enter FA People's CupRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 10, 2017 | Falmouth Packet

    Cornwall dis-Ability Football League are excited to announce that in partnership with Cornwall FA, an FA People's Cup event will take place at Cornwall College Camborne on Sunday, February 26. Cornwall dis-Ability Football League provide monthly festivals where teams from Penzance, Troon, Chacewater and St Austell currently compete - anyone is welcome to turn up and play on the day. Visit their Facebook Page - Cornwall dis-Ability Football League for more info.


  18. Illegal tobacco seized in Camborne, Pool and Illogan raidsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 7, 2017 | Falmouth Packet

    Three raids have led to a haul of illegal tobacco products being seized by police and trading standards officers in the Camborne, Pool and Illogan area. Following tip-off from members of the public, officers searched houses and businesses over the last few days, discovering over 500 packets of cigarettes and over 300 pouches of hand rolling tobacco, across four properties.


  19. Justin Olosunde, Levi Fairway, Derek Watters and Darren GoldsworthyRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 5, 2017 | Falmouth Packet

    A student from Redruth has won the Pall Corporation Apprentice of the Year award, after demonstrating exceptional skills and ability. Levi Fairway, whose dad and grandad were both engineers, said it was "a great honour" to be recognised for his efforts.


  20. Michael Wilkes, 71, has pleaded guilty to attempt murderRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 3, 2017 | Falmouth Packet

    Michael Wilkes, 71, stabbed his friend, Lynette Newell, in the neck several times while saying that he wanted to kill her. Wilkes, from Nancegollan, Helston, pleaded guilty to attempted murder, after admitting to police that he stabbed Mrs Newell when he lost his temper.