Penryn, England Newswire

Penryn, England Newswire

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  1. Mary (Izzy Charman) and Joseph (Jacob Armstrong) are preparing for Falmouth's Live NativityRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | Falmouth Packet

    The fifth annual Live Nativity will take place in Falmouth this weekend, culminating on The Moor where there will be animals in pens in a marquee. The free community event is organised by Falmouth and Penryn Churches Together in conjunction with Falmouth Town Council.

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  2. Boxing club celebrates after receiving 10,000 grantRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 2 | Falmouth Packet

    Louise Harris of Sport England presenting a cheque for A 10,000 to Chris Martin, Founder member of the boxing club, surrounded by the rest of the coaching team and several club members in their new portable boxing ring. Falmouth and Penryn Amateur Boxing Club have been awarded a A 10,000 grant from Sport England to buy new equipment to help their rapidly growing membership, which includes many local youngsters, with an increasing number of girls and women, to learn the skills and develop the fitness required for the sport of boxing.

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  3. Kernow King and the rest of the Jack And The Beanstalk cast.Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 28 | Cornish Guardian

    Last year I proclaimed Hall For Cornwall's Christmas show "the best for years, perhaps the most outstanding in the theatre's almost two-decade history". For the second year, Hall For Cornwall in Truro has commissioned a new Cornish-centric Christmas show, following the record-breaking success of last year's production Dick Whittington and the Mousehole Cat which was seen by more than 26,000 people over its four-week run.

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  4. All welcome to a fashion show inspired by SashaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 29 | Falmouth Packet

    A fashion show in memory of Falmouth teenager Sasha Watson, who lost her battle against cancer last year, is to be held in Penryn this Sunday. The event is being held at Embrace Dance Fitness headquarters at HeartSpace, above SKB Sailmakers, in Commercial Road, from 7pm.

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  5. Your chance to influence Falmouth's future as neighbourhood plan goes out for second consultationRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 29 | Falmouth Packet

    Falmouth's Neighbourhood Plan, which if approved by local people could set the town's agenda for the next decade, is going out for its second round of public consultation. It will limit inappropriate housing developments, protect vital open spaces, create a new green corridor and provide a powerful tool that will help councillors to repel planning applications that threaten the town's future prosperity.

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  6. Motorists are angry over permit and on-street parking charges which could damage townsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 29 | Cornish Guardian

    Plans to introduce residents parking permits and on-street parking charges across Falmouth and Penryn have been met with anger by motorists who said it will have a damaging effect. A petition has been set up calling for the idea to be scrapped.

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  7. 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.

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  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 .

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  9. 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.

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  10. Schools' spot of fun raises thousands for PudseyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 22 | Falmouth Packet

    Schools and companies in the Falmouth and Penryn area raised thousands of pounds between them on Friday to help disabled and disadvantaged children. Pupils at schools across the enjoyed the chance to escape their school uniforms for a variety of themed mufti days, and children and adults alike took part in many different fundraising activities, all in aid of Children in Need.

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  11. Student accommodation turned down at Ocean Bowl but approved at PacksaddleRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 22 | Falmouth Packet

    Developers will not be allowed to put 249 student beds on Ocean Bowl in Falmouth but plans can proceed for 125 beds at Packsaddle in Penryn, Cornwall Councillors have decided. At a meeting of the council's Central Sub-Area Planning Committee on Monday, members went against the recommendations of planning officer Mark Ball and rejected plans for the tower and block scheme in Falmouth.

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  12. Railway modellers chuffed with top awardRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 22 | Falmouth Packet

    The group took their Gweek North Quay layout to the Great Electric Train Show sponsored by Hornby Magazine, held at the British Motor Museum near Warwick, where it was awarded a Best in Show trophy. The model represents the station and quayside at Gweek on their imagined narrow gauge Helford Valley Railway - which in real life was proposed to link Helston and Penryn but was never actually built.

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  13. Stormy night in Cornwall as train services into county continue to be cancelledRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 22 | Falmouth Packet

    Cornwall seems to have escaped the worst of the damage after another stormy night in the county following Storm Angus. There are no reports of any serious flooding or damage but train services from London, Bristol and Taunton are still not running due to flooding.

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  14. Petition to prevent pay and display parking plans gets more than 1,000 signaturesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 21 | Falmouth Packet

    A petition against pay and display parking plans for Falmouth and Penryn has gained more than 1,000 signatures since it was set up less than a week ago. Organiser Toby Budd set up the petition to fight what he sees as plans by Cornwall Council to add pay and display machines to "most of the free roadside parking currently available in Falmouth and Penryn."

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  15. Mum Who Lost Baby To Sepsis - Only Able To Celebrate Arrival Of ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 21 | Small World News Service

    A mum who lost her baby to sepsis after it was born down the toilet says she was only able to celebrate her newborn after she outlived her tragic brother. Hayley Jermyn, 37, and husband Mark, 45, anxiously watched the clock count down to 29 hours before allowing themselves to feel any joy over the arrival of new daughter Molly.

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  16. Phil Hinch, Margaret Harrison, Margaret Hinch and Lee KellgrenRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 17 | Falmouth Packet

    Ded figures from Penryn's past and the town's latest mock mayor joined the real mayor and other guests at a gala dinner last week. The meal, the latest in a string of celebrations for the town's 800the year, was held at the Greenbank Hotel, with over 70 people turning up to enjoy an evening of merrymaking.

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  17. Three weeks to speak on student cap increaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 16 | Falmouth Packet

    Residents of Penryn and Falmouth have three weeks left to voice their opinions on plans to raise the number of students at Penryn Campus to 7,500. Cornwall Council 's public consultation period on the application closes on December 6, with the original decision deadline having been extended from August this year.

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  18. Controversial plans for Ocean Bowl, Middlepoint and Packsaddle are being recommended for approvalRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 16 | Falmouth Packet

    Three controversial planning applications, two relating to student accommodation schemes at Ocean Bowl in Falmouth and Packsaddle in Penryn, and the third for 35 homes on Middlepoint at Pendennis, are due to go before Cornwall councillors on Monday.

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  19. Joe Powers is declared the winner over Falmouth & Penryn's Lewis RollasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 15 | Falmouth Packet

    Bonfire night may have been and gone, but that did not stop Falmouth and Penryn ABC hosting a superb night of boxing, with fireworks aplenty at the Dracaena Centre on Saturday night. A full programme of 16 bouts took place, with nine Falmouth and Penryn boxers taking part in the action, four of whom were making their debuts, as well as a Western Counties Middleweight title bout.

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  20. Jacob Clarke is going to have his head shaved for charityRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 15 | Falmouth Packet

    A youngster from Penryn who was so moved by the plight of Stanley Barnes and by a television advertising campaign by the NSPCC, is to have his head shaved to raise money for both causes. Jacob Clarke, aged 12 and a pupil at Penryn College, is now hoping people will help him raise as much cash as possible through sponsorship, donations and online pledges.

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