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200213 | 'Shipwreck' appears on a Cornish beach after Storm Ciara

'Shipwreck' appears on a Cornish beach after Storm Ciara

'Shipwreck' appears on a Cornish beach after Storm Ciara

Published by Emma Carton at 9:35am 13th February 2020. (Updated at 9:52am 13th February 2020)

What appear to be the remains of a shipwreck have been uncovered on a Cornish beach.

The discovery was made at Carbis Bay in the wake of Storm Ciara.  read more »

200214 | Rail improvements taking place across west Cornwall

Rail improvements taking place across west Cornwall

Rail improvements taking place across west Cornwall

Published by Sarah Yeoman at 3:59pm 14th February 2020.

Photo: Craig Munday

Rail improvement works are taking place in west Cornwall.

Network Rail will be undertaking viaduct waterproofing and track work in Redruth and Hayle between Saturday 15th and Sunday 23rd February 2020.  read more »

200203 | Meet the selfless people making Hayle plastic free

 Annette Eatock, Hadden Page and councillor Sophie Johnson are part of Plastic Free Hayle, the latest community in Cornwall to achieve plastic free status (Image: Greg Martin / Cornwall Live)
 Annette Eatock set up Plastic Free Hayle after being heavily involved in beach cleans (Image: Greg Martin / Cornwall Live)
 Hadden Page is one of those leading Plastic Free Hayle (Image: Greg Martin / Cornwall Live)

200201 | Hello Hayle

Cornish Arms (Hayle)
John, Bernadette and Charlie Fynn the dog. ( who has met more than 100 dogs in the past 2 months)

Hello Hayle

We started a new adventure! We wanted to work with St.Austell’s Brewery. We had never been to Cornwall. Never been to the south of England. We haven’t seen much of Great Britain at all really.

We are from Canada. But let me start at the beginning of this journey.... We received a call –St. Austell’s had a lovely pub called the Cornish Arms (Hayle) would we be interested? John and I decided to take a road trip ( we were currently living in Morecambe enjoying the views of Morecambe Bay). We drove down to Hayle with Charlie Fynn our goldendoodle dog –quite the drive. Arrived at the pub and stayed in the holiday let  a 2 bedroom flat) –the pub looked lovely –the people were friendly.  read more »

200201 | Dissolution of Praze Hayle Choir

Praze Hayle male choir could disband unless new musical director comes forward - The Cornishman

Dissolution of Praze Hayle Choir

It is with great regret that we have to announce the dissolution of the Praze Hayle Male Voice Choir. The choir last met in August 2019 and the intervening period has been spent in distributing the choir’s assets, both financial and physical; This has now been completed.

The choir was formed by the joining together of the Praze and Hayle Male Voice Choirs and  25performed successfully for nearly two decades. However, a declining membership meant that the choir could no longer perform the 4-part Male Voice Choir music that formed its repertoire and closure, sadly, became inevitable.  read more »

200201 | Haylestones

Haylestones

Do you know of any marker or boundary stones in the Hayle area? I home-published a small booklet about them a couple of years ago but would like to update it and produce it as a proper book.

I know about most of the obvious ones -the 4 numbered milestones from Penpol Road to Connor Downs; Harvey/CCC marked posts; the GWR stone by the  34greenhouse on the King George Memorial Walk, etc., but there are many more. We are lucky they are still here and I'd like to record what the town has at the moment.  read more »

200201 | New Enterprise Helping Hayle's Plastic Free Status Sharon Joslin

NEW ENTERPRISE HELPING HAYLE'S PLASTIC FREE STATUS

Sharon Joslin has started Eco Makers Markets at venues in West Cornwall including Passmore Edwards Institute. All traders are making products ethically with minimal impact on the environment and avoiding the use of plastics and man-made fibres. The first two Eco Makers Markets in Passmore Edwards in November and Jubilee Pool in Penzance in December were well attended by traders and customers. People commented how nice it was to be part of a community of like-minded individuals. Items being sold included recycled Cashmere accessories, local pottery, reworked clothing, toiletries, lighting and jewellery together with vegan chocolate. There were knitted goods from fleece to completed garment, weaving and much more.  read more »

200201 | Front of House Volunteers required At Hayle Heritage Centre

Front of House Volunteers required

At Hayle Heritage Centre

February 2020

Do you have a few hours to spare each week and would like to join a team of friendly people who are passionate about local history?
We are looking for new Front of House Volunteers to help with the following tasks:
Greeting visitors
Working in the Heritage Centre shop
Assisting with family workshops
Stewarding
Providing information on the local area
Assisting with historical enquiries

There will also be the opportunity to get involved in cataloguing, conservation, research and exhibitions-related activities. If you are interested or would like more information, please contact  read more »

St Austell Growth Area | Full details revealed for new St Austell development

Full details revealed for new St Austell development
CGI of the planned hotel as part of the Higher Trewhiddle Farm development in St Austell
CGI of the pub/restaurant planned as part of the Higher Trewhiddle Farm development in St Austell
CGI of the five other retail units planned as part of the Higher Trewhiddle Farm development in St Austell

Full details revealed for new St Austell development

Full details revealed for new St Austell development

Published by Sarah Yeoman at 1:54pm 28th January 2020. (Updated at 4:07pm 28th January 2020)

Written by Richard Whitehouse, Local Democracy Reporter  read more »

200127 | Inside Devon and Cornwall's renewable energy boom and what has happened since

200124 | Restrictions from 1 July to 31 August 10:00 to 18:00; Blue Flag beaches 15 May - 30 September also 10:00 to 18:00

Summary:

  • Harmonised restrictions from 1 July to 31 August (two months) between 10:00 to 18:00 hours daily
  • Except where a beach has Blue Flag status in place, when restrictions will apply for longer, from 15 May to 30 September (four and a half months) between 10:00 to 18:00.
  • There is an exception for Porthchapel Beach near Land’s End where current restrictions will be lifted, as requested by the private beach owner.
 
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200120 | Black ice warning issued as a cold weather alert hits

Black ice warning issued as a cold weather alert hits

Black ice warning issued as a cold weather alert hits

Published by Emma Carton at 7:29am 20th January 2020. (Updated at 7:50am 20th January 2020)  read more »

200118 | Plans to relax the beach dog bans in Cornwall rejected Plans to relax the beach dog bans in Cornwall rejected

Plans to relax the beach dog bans in Cornwall rejected

Plans to relax the beach dog bans in Cornwall rejected

Published by Sarah Yeoman at 7:00am 18th January 2020. (Updated at 9:34am 18th January 2020)

Written by Richard Whitehouse, Local Democracy Reporter

New restrictions for when dogs can be taken on beaches in Cornwall have been backed by councillors.

However plans to relax the current restrictions were rejected by councillors.  read more »

190501 | Councillor Capper awarded for service to town and serving on town council for 40 years

 

"It was noted that Councillor Capper had attended the Cornwall Council Awards Ceremony at County Hall on 1 May 2019. He had been recognised for his long service to the town and in particular for serving on the town council for 40 years. He circulated the framed certificate and the tie pin, made of tin from South Crofty Mine, which he had been presented with. Members, once again, offered sincere congratulations and thanked him for his continued enthusiasm."

 

via https://www.hayletowncouncil.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/minutes-2-ma...

200103 | Kernow FA qualify for the World Cup

200114 | 'Police incident' closes big stretch of Cornwall's A30

'Police incident' closes big stretch of Cornwall's A30

'Police incident' closes big stretch of Cornwall's A30

Published by Emma Carton at 6:23am 14th January 2020. (Updated at 1:22pm 14th January 2020)

A police incident has shut a stretch of the A30 in Cornwall through the night.

It has been confirmed that a man scaled a power line at Crowlas on Monday evening.  read more »

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