St Austell, England Newswire

St Austell, England Newswire

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  1. Super Saturday for both Sidmouth RFC and FC - local sport round-upRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Sidmouth Herald

    The penultimate Saturday of October proved to be a superb one for Sidmouth RFC and FC as both won - and won well. Sidmouth Chiefs became the first team to win at Wellington in just over 18 months while Sidmouth Town booked a berth in the last 16 of their League Cup with a 4-2 Manstone Lane win over Axminster Town.

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  2. London brewery creates beer to pair with KP NutsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 18 | The Drinks Business

    London brewery Deviant & Dandy and brand agency BMB have teamed up to create a new beer designed to complement the flavour of British nut brand KP. The beer - called KPA - is a light hoppy pale ale which has "subtle hints of oats and a citrus punch," according to the brewery.

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  3. Theresa May insists Chequers plan is not deadRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 17 | Andover Advertiser

    Theresa May has insisted her Chequers proposals are not "dead", as she faced accusations her Government is "too weak and too divided" to ensure there is no hard border in Northern Ireland. The Prime Minister vowed to protect the "precious Union of the United Kingdom" in the negotiations with the EU, despite questions over the Cabinet's support for her Brexit blueprint.

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  4. Town handed Hamworthy trip in FA Vase second roundRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 15 | Falmouth Packet

    Falmouth Town will travel to Hamworthy United in the second round proper of the FA Vase on Saturday, November 3. Town earned their spot in Monday's draw after beating Western League Premier side Bridport 6-0 at their St Mary's Field home on Saturday. Luke Johnson, Jordan Annear and James Ward put Town 3-0 up at the break before Luke Brabyn, Tom Annear and Jack Bowyer completed the scoring in the second half.

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  5. Exmouth Town get home draw in FA Vase Round TwoRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 12 | Exmouth Journal

    Town, who booked their place with a 2-0 1st Round home win over fellow SWP League top flight side Elburton Villa, have been drawn at home to Western League Premier Division Cadbury Heath. The fixture is tie 55 out of the 64 ties and the other SWP League teams in the draw, and how the fared reads: Bodmin Town at home to Alresford Town; Saltash United will visit the winners of the midweek replay between Ivybridge and Holypool; Tavistock face a trip to Willand Rovers; St Austell got to Cheddar and Famouth Town head for Hamworthy Town.

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  6. Sailing: Islay Watson misses out on medal raceRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 14 | Dorsetecho.co.uk

    The 48th edition of the Youth Sailing World Championships will see 382 sailors from 66 nations racing in 265 boats across nine disciplines. Corpus Christi, Texas, USA is hosting the 2018 Youth Worlds from 14-21 July 2018..

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  7. Rogue traders targeted in week-long clampdownRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 13 | Falmouth Packet

    MEMBERS of Cornwall Council 's Trading Standards team have spent the past week targeting rogue traders in attempt to disrupt their activities and promote awareness of the financial harm and misery they can bring. It is the 13th year in a row that the team has joined forces with other agencies to help raise awareness of the issue through a co-ordinated UK-wide operation.

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  8. Exmouth Town march on in the FA Vase after home win - all three...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 13 | Exmouth Journal

    Exmouth Town march on in the FA Vase after home win - all three Town senior teams win - with clean-sheets too! Exmouth Town are into the last 64 of the FA Vase after a 2-0 Southern Road win over fellow SWP League top flight side Elburton Villa. Two goals from Karl Rickard gave Town a richly deserved victory and all eyes will be on the draw for the next round which takes place on Monday .

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  9. Cornish brewery crowned Pub Champions 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 12 | Falmouth Packet

    St Austell Brewery has been crowned Pub Champions 2018 at one of the UK drinks industry's biggest nights out. The British Beer & Pub Awards at the Royal Garden Hotel in Kensington recognises outstanding achievements by key individuals in the business.

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  10. Court List: Deliberate, sustained attack on a dog results in jail term for Pool manRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 12 | Falmouth Packet

    David Andrew Calder Owen, 30, of South Crofty Way, conducted a "deliberate, sustained, prolonged and unprovoked attack" on Archie the lurcher on April 16, according to court documents. He was sent to prison for 18 weeks and ordered to pay a victim surcharge of 115 and court costs of 500.

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  11. A round up of this week's main news headlines in NewquayRead the original story

    Friday Oct 12 | Cornish Guardian

    Every Friday we'll be rounding up the stories which have hit the headlines in Newquay over the previous seven days Every Friday, we'll be rounding up the stories which have hit the headlines in Newquay over the previous seven days. There have been very few crime stories this week, with nothing major coming in from either Newquay police or the Cornwall courts.

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  12. Wetherspoons pubs in Kent holding 12-day beer festivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 8 | Kent Online

    There will be 20 beers all from independent British craft brewers available to taste, including award winners and some that have been exclusively brewed for the festival. Pub manager Lauren De Souza said: "The festival is the perfect opportunity to showcase the wonderful range of beers from independent British craft brewers.

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  13. B&Q to axe jobs at stores across South WestRead the original story

    Wednesday Oct 10 | Cornish Guardian

    Managers in B&Q stores around the South West are under threat of redundancy as part of a huge shake-up at the under-pressure and Brexit-hit retailer. The company - which has a huge store at Crownhill, in Plymouth, and also outlets in St Austell, Exeter, Torquay and Newton Abbot - is culling 200 managers nationally as part of a mammoth restructuring.

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  14. Vive La France: How The White Hart in Fyfield is keeping the French spirit aliveRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 1 | Witney Gazette

    I am that person who will spend 45 minutes in the car on a dark, rainy Wednesday night driving across Oxfordshire on the promise of a good bowl of French onion soup, Mr Greedy holding on tightly to his seat belt. And then I happened to flick through my Twitter account and noticed that The White Hart in Fyfield was hosting a one-off French night, inspired by the chef/owners/husband and wife team, Mark and Kay Chandler's recent holiday, and in a nano-second our cosy night was over.

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  15. Perfect time for a pint is 5.30pm on a Saturday, survey findsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 29 | Daily Mail

    Revealed: Perfect time for a pint is 5.30pm on a Saturday - and is best enjoyed in the beer garden of a country pub with a bag of crisps on the side It's a question that has vexed bar-room philosophers since time immemorial: when, exactly, is it Beer O'Clock? Now new research has found that the perfect time to enjoy a pint is 5.30pm on a Saturday - and ideally in the beer garden of a country pub, in the company of your partner, and with a bag of crisps on the side. It should be served with a head of 9mm - or a third of an inch - and should take 28 minutes to quaff.

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  16. Penzance man completes Bristol to Land's End bike ride in daughter's memoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 29 | Falmouth Packet

    Pete Williams, 46, raised over 40,000 for charity by cycling from Bristol to Land's End on the bicycle, which belonged to his daughter. Pete's took on the challenge after daughter Ellie lost her life to brain cancer at the age of seven.

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  17. Woman arrested over Cornwall stab deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 29 | BBC News

    Police were called to reports of a domestic incident at a house in Bugle, near St Austell, Cornwall, at about 19:50 BST on Friday. The man, in his 30s, was taken to hospital where he was later confirmed dead. His next of kin has not yet been informed.

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  18. Army's recruitment drive in Cornwall next weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 27 | Falmouth Packet

    British Army recruitment events are taking place across town centres in Cornwall next week to help local people find out more about what a career in the British Army is like and what opportunities are on offer. Local soldiers and career advisers will be available to answer any questions about the breadth of roles available in the British Army as a Regular or Reservist as well as share information about what it's like to be in the Army.

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  19. Bromsgrove pub to host 12-day beer festivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 27 | Worcester News

    The Golden Cross Hotel in the high street is hosting the beer festival from Wednesday, October 10 to Sunday, October 21. Pub manager Cassie Harwood said: "The festival is the perfect opportunity to showcase the wonderful range of beers from independent British craft brewers. "It will give people the opportunity to enjoy a superb selection of the beers that they brew, many of which have not been served in the pub before.

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  20. Paralympic gold medal swimmer Jonathan Fox from Cornwall to retireRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 25 | Cornish Guardian

    The swimmer from St Stephen, near St Austell , won gold at the 2012 London Games. Four years later he won a pair of silver medals at the 2016 Rio Games and then a silver at the 2008 Beijing Games.

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