Penwith, England Newswire

Penwith, England Newswire

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  1. Just three of the top chefs coming to Oliver's.Read the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Cornish Guardian

    Food fans in Cornwall have something to look forward to in the new year when 12 of the best chefs in the UK will be cooking their favourite dishes at the restaurant featuring our Best Chef winner of 2016. From January to March 2017, Oliver's in High Street, Falmouth - which won the WOCA for best chef for owner Ken Symons - will be hosting #12Chefs12Nights, where renowned chefs will help raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support and restaurant industry charity Hospitality Action.

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  2. St Ives to lose 450 year honour granted by Tudor Queen Mary... 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 3 | Cornish Guardian

    St Ives looks set to lose an honour that dates back more than 450 years to the times of the Tudor Queen Mary. In 1558, she granted borough status to the town, which then returned two members of parliament.

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  3. Examinations Co-Ordinator (Penzance)CornwallWe are seeking to appoint ...Read the original story

    Wednesday Nov 30 | Times Educational Supplement

    We are seeking to appoint a committed individual to co-ordinate the operation of all examination arrangements at our Penwith campus. Applicants should have experience of examination procedures across the range of vocational, apprenticeship and A Level/GCSE qualifications offered by the College.

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  4. Voice your support and vote for Hayle singing and health groupRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 14 | Falmouth Packet

    A group which uses singing to support people with lung problems is asking for help from the Hayle community as it seeks to win a national fundraising competition. Breathing Space Singing, a health and wellbeing support group, is calling on people to support its work by voting in the Aviva Community Fund.

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  5. Race for Wildlife start photo by Dan MurphyRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 5, 2016 | Falmouth Packet

    The race is on to raise funds to protect Cornwall's wildlife with runners from all over the county gearing up to take part in the annual Race for Wildlife on Sunday, December 4 in Penwith. The 7.5 mile race through the countryside north of Penzance takes in breath-taking views of Mounts Bay and St Michael's Mount and is part of the Cornish Multi-Terrain Race Series for 2016.

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  6. College's 18th graduation hailed a triumph as awards given to inspiring and talented studentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 30, 2016 | Falmouth Packet

    Triumphant cheers and tears of joy filled Truro Cathedral on Friday evening as Truro and Penwith College celebrated its graduating university level students. Around 450 graduates achieved higher education certificates with the college this year and Truro Cathedral provided the perfect setting for them to celebrate their achievements with friends and family.

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    Oct 24, 2016 | Cornish Guardian

    CHILDREN from across Penzance and West Penwith tried their hands at pumpkin carving at Trengwainton Garden's annual event on Sunday. With plenty of visitors, many dressed in their Halloween costumes, the popular pumpkin carving event at the National Trust site near Penzance enjoyed fine weather for most of the day.

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  8. Free community lunch draws huge interest from Hayle residentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 23, 2016 | Falmouth Packet

    A new community group in Hayle proved the proverb wrong that "there's no such thing as a free lunch" when over 60 residents from the town and nearby area attended the Day Centre to enjoy exactly that. The Hayle Hub, part of Transition Penwith, seeks to build positive communities through fun initiatives that promote wide-ranging areas, from social inclusion to sustainability.

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  9. Walkers and their four-legged friends take on the Great Western Dog WalkRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 4, 2016 | Cornish Guardian

    Almost 100 walkers and their four-legged friends enjoyed a morning walk along the beach from Marazion to Penzance this weekend in order to raise funds for charity while also welcoming the autumnal re-opening of the beach for dogs after their summer ban. After a morning of heavy showers, conditions cleared in time for the Great Western Dog Walk which was designed to raise money for Cornwall Hospice Care and was organised by the charity and west Cornwall MP Derek Thomas - along with support from GWR, St Aubyn Estates, Penzance Business Improvement District and the Godolphin Arms.

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  10. Discover Cornwall's real PoldarkRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 30, 2016 | Sunday Herald

    CLIMBING a cliff-top path weaving through an endless carpet of heather, I look up to see a series of mines on the horizon. At St Agnes Head, which doubles for Nampara Valley in the BBC drama Poldark, the unspoilt South West Coast Path leads to disused engine houses which once formed the backbone of a thriving mining industry.

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  11. Cornish chefs host charity Big Brunch in PorthlevenRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 25, 2016 | Falmouth Packet

    Chefs, restaurateurs and hospitality professionals descended on Porthleven for the Kota Kai Big Brunch, hosted by the Chefs' Forum, to raise money for industry charity, Hospitality Action. Featuring a menu devised by Kota Kai proprietor and Great British Menu South West finalist Jude Kereama, dishes were prepared by chefs from fellow Porthleven eateries Kota, Amelies, Rick Steins, The Square and The Ship Inn, assisted by students from Truro and Penwith College, Cornwall College and HIT Training.

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  12. I brooded my way around Poldarka s CornwallRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 11, 2016 | Radio Times

    Who wouldn't want to be Poldark? That's the question I asked myself as my train raced towards Cornwall, where I was due to spend a weekend of activities themed around the hit BBC series. Ever since Aidan Turner's soldier-turned miner made his first appearance in 2015 it seemed he could do no wrong, with hordes of fans swooning over his every brooding glare and now I planned to follow in his footsteps.

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  13. Just what is Poldark's pull to Cornwall?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 10, 2016 | This Is Grimsby

    To celebrate Poldark's return to TV screens, Frances Taylor visits the Cornish filming locations providing some of the stunning backdrops to the action. Climbing a cliff-top path weaving through an endless carpet of heather, I look up to see a series of mines on the horizon.

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  14. TRAVEL: In search of PoldarkRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 9, 2016 | This is Wiltshire

    To celebrate Poldark's return to TV screens, Frances Taylor visits the Cornish filming locations providing some of the stunning backdrops to the action Climbing a cliff-top path weaving through an endless carpet of heather, I look up to see a series of mines on the horizon. At St Agnes Head, which doubles for Nampara Valley in popular BBC drama Poldark, the unspoilt South West Coast Path leads to disused engine houses which once formed the backbone of a thriving mining industry.

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  15. Poldark. Pictured: Elizabeth (Heida Reed). Picture by: Pa Photo/BBC.Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 9, 2016 | Swindon Advertiser

    To celebrate Poldark's return to TV screens, Frances Taylor visits the Cornish filming locations providing some of the stunning backdrops to the action Climbing a cliff-top path weaving through an endless carpet of heather, I look up to see a series of mines on the horizon. At St Agnes Head, which doubles for Nampara Valley in popular BBC drama Poldark, the unspoilt South West Coast Path leads to disused engine houses which once formed the backbone of a thriving mining industry.

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  16. SWITCH may turn your life upside downRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 7, 2016 | Cornish Guardian

    The Black Tambourines, The Velvet Hands, Durty Disco, Moogie Wonderland, Big Dance Company, Street Motion, Tate Collective St Ives, Field Notes, Flashlight, Lutalica, Urban Projections and others lead the free Circuit: SWITCH Festival in St Ives later this month. The event invites all 15 to 25-years-olds to Plug in, Switch on, Activate with two days of live music, DJs, art, freerunning, dance, poetry, workshops and more.

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  17. SWITCH may turn your life upside downRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 7, 2016 | Cornish Guardian

    The Black Tambourines, The Velvet Hands, Durty Disco, Moogie Wonderland, Big Dance Company, Street Motion, Tate Collective St Ives, Field Notes, Flashlight, Lutalica, Urban Projections and others lead the free Circuit: SWITCH Festival in St Ives later this month. The event invites all 15 to 25-years-olds to Plug in, Switch on, Activate with two days of live music, DJs, art, freerunning, dance, poetry, workshops and more.

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  18. Slave girls aged six, workers racked by ill health, ruthless...Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 24, 2016 | Daily Mail

    Slave girls aged six, workers racked by ill health, ruthless exploitation and countless deaths: the barbaric reality of life in Poldark's tin mines First time round, he caused a stir with his topless scything. In the new series, which starts on Sunday week, he has taken his shirt off again - to go topless mining.

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  19. Summer of '76: The hot pants and hot days of a scorcher... 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 24, 2016 | Plymouth Evening Herald

    In celebration of what he calls "the best summer ever", photographer Charles Roff is not only showing images that he took some 40 years ago, in the aptly-named exhibition Spirit of '76 but also those taken by the celebrated photographer Carinthia West. A multi-talented woman - model, actress, journalist and photographer - who has always carried her camera with its "lucky" red strap with her wherever she goes - got her first camera when she was very young, from her great-grandmother who was a keen photographer.

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    Aug 23, 2016 | Cornish Guardian

    With ten to fifteen thousand people expected to visit Newlyn during one of its busiest days of the year organisers are hoping to make this year's festival one of the best yet by providing a mixture of entertainment, including old names and new. There will even be a fly-past of the iconic Red Arrows in the afternoon as they head towards the Isles of Scilly.

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