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201022 | Whole year group sent home after positive COVID-19 case at Trevithick Learning Academy in Camborne

Whole year group sent home after positive COVID-19 case at Trevithick Learning Academy in Camborne

The school is asking all children in the bubble to self-isolate for 14 days  read more »

201023 | St Ives School shuts after three staff members test positive for COVID-19

St Ives School shuts after three staff members test positive for COVID-19

All cases were confirmed this week  read more »

201022 | 'Don't come to Cornwall' tourists from Tier 3 areas are told 'Our first priority is to keep our residents safe during

'Don't come to Cornwall' tourists from Tier 3 areas are told

'Our first priority is to keep our residents safe during this pandemic'  read more »

201022 | Eight new areas of Cornwall report coronavirus clusters in latest Government update | 27 areas currently have clusters

Eight new areas of Cornwall report coronavirus clusters in latest Government update

The number of areas with coronavirus clusters - meaning three or more infections - currently stands at 27  read more »

201019 | Pupils isolating after positive Covid-19 test at Penpol School Pupils have been told to stay at home

Pupils isolating after positive Covid-19 test at Penpol School

Pupils have been told to stay at home  read more »

201019 | Fresh Coronavirus figures show 21 new cases in Cornwall

Fresh Coronavirus figures show 21 new cases in Cornwall

There were some minor changes in the parts of the county worst-hit by coronavirus  read more »

201005 | Cornish Lithium crowd fund raises £5.2million

Cornish Lithium crowd fund raises £5.2million

 Jeremy Wrathall
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201015 | Coronavirus case at St Michael's Hotel in Falmouth

15th October  read more »

201013 | Residents urged to apply for Test and Trace Support Payments

Residents urged to apply for Test and Trace Support Payments

Residents who are receiving certain benefits, are unable to work fro  read more »

201013 | Cornwall MPs vote to overturn Agricultural Bill amendments

Cornwall MPs vote to overturn Agricultural Bill amendments

'Save British Farming' tractor demonstration in July, stock images representing chlorinated chicken and hormone injected beef
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201012 | Christmas lights in St Ives will be turned on in OCTOBER this year

Christmas lights in St Ives will be turned on in OCTOBER this year

The town wants to lift people's spirits after what has been a challenging year  read more »

201012 | Cornwall placed at medium risk level in three-tier lockdown system The new system was announced by Prime Minister

Cornwall placed at medium risk level in three-tier lockdown system

The new system was announced by Prime Minister Boris Johnson earlier today  read more »

201012 | Two new coronavirus clusters in Cornwall as total reaches 27 The figures are for the week up to October 8

Two new coronavirus clusters in Cornwall as total reaches 27

The figures are for the week up to October 8  read more »

201011 | Four new COVID-19 clusters in Cornwall confirmed today

COVID-19 cluster map for Cornwall on, October 11

Four new COVID-19 clusters in Cornwall confirmed today

There were eleven new clusters yesterday  read more »

201009 | Man in hospital and two arrests made after crash in Hayle town centre

The incident in Hayle

Man in hospital and two arrests made after crash in Hayle town centre

It was reported as a hit-and-run incident  read more »

201009 | Seven new areas report coronavirus clusters in Cornwall | No areas were removed from the map

Seven new areas report coronavirus clusters in Cornwall

No areas were removed from the map  read more »

201011 | Covid-19: 24 new cases confirmed in Cornwall and a few fluctuations on the cluster map

The cluster map shows little change, with Lelant and Carbis bay joining the picture but the number of cases falling back on The Lizard

Covid-19: 24 new cases confirmed in Cornwall and a few fluctuations on the cluster map

Posted By Anne North on 11th October 2020

By Anne North  read more »

201010 | Helston Railway wins £76,000 to continue reopening branch line

Helston Railway is looking into reconnecting the branch line between Helston and Gwinear Road
The group has already opened the line up to Truthall Halt

10th October  read more »

Grow More Trees: Autumn Seed Search | Cornwall Wildlife Trust

Grow More Trees: Autumn Seed Search

One of the easiest w  read more »

201007 | Grow more trees - collect acorn and other tree seeds to grow tree saplings now

Grow more trees - collect acorn and other tree seeds to grow tree saplings now

Last updated: 07/10/2020

 

When’s the right time to plant a tree? Twenty years ago! When’s the best time to collect acorns and other tree seeds? NOW!

Boy With Baby Oak Trees  read more »

201007 | Cornwall industry chiefs welcome PM's floating offshore wind turbines announcement boost

Cornwall industry chiefs welcome PM's floating offshore wind turbines announcement boost

Cornwall business bosses have welcomed the announcement by Boris Johnson that he will give a boost to the offshore wind energy sector  read more »

201008 | Cornwall’s Wave Hub is about to become a Wind Hub – and could have a new owner next month

Cornwall’s Wave Hub is about to become a Wind Hub – and could have a new owner next month

Posted By Peter Tremayne on 8th October 2020

By Peter Tremayne  read more »

201006 | Covid-19 case confirmed at Archbishop Benson primary school in Truro

Covid-19 case confirmed at Archbishop Benson primary school in Truro

The children affected will have to stay home for 14 days  read more »

201007 | Group of Penwith College students go into isolation after positive Covid-19 test

Group of Penwith College students go into isolation after positive Covid-19 test

Those who came into contact with the student have been asked to self-isolate  read more »

201007 | SAGE expert says new national lockdown measures needed 'immediately'-England Local lockdowns not working and confusing

SAGE expert says new national lockdown measures needed 'immediately'

Local lockdowns in England 'are not working and are confusing'  read more »

201006 | Government coronavirus reporting error means nearly 100 new cases in Cornwall

Government coronavirus reporting error means nearly 100 new cases in Cornwall

The total since the pandemic began now stands at 1,507  read more »

201006 | CPRE concerned over government plans for planning system

CPRE concerned over government plans for planning system

The Government's Planning for the Future White Paper consultation document - which includes a photo of Nansledan in Newquay

The Government's Planning for the Future White Pa  read more »

201006 | Cornwall has coronavirus clusters in eight new areas

Cornwall has coronavirus clusters in eight new areas

Another eight areas also dropped off the Government's coronavirus cluster map  read more »

201006 | Struggling to pay the rent? Help advice | government’s ban on evicting people who rent homes ended 20 September

Struggling to pay the rent?

Photo by Ketut Subiyanto from Pexels

The government’s ban on evicting people who rent their homes ended on 20 Se

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201006 | Inpatient beds in Penwith doomed by ‘surreal’ report

Inpatient beds in Penwith doomed by ‘surreal’ report

201006 | Rude tourists, the Instagram effect and Cornwall's summer of Covid

Rude tourists, the Instagram effect and Cornwall's summer of Covid

Cornwall's summer season of Covid with 2m visitors was like no other  read more »

200926 | It Takes Just 2 Minutes to Sow a Seed

It Takes Just 2 Minutes to Sow a Seed

Martin Dorey 1 Comment

But a whole family to plant a forest.

We need you. The planet needs you. And now is the time to act.  read more »

200928 | Environmental charity 2 Minute Foundation calls on supporters to help plant a new forest 'Planting trees helps to rest

Environmental charity 2 Minute Foundation calls on supporters to help plant a new forest

'Planting trees helps to restore nature, capture carbon and create an ecosystem for insects, birds and all kinds of species to thrive in'  read more »

201003 | Book on Hayle's history enjoys third edition; freshly unearthed historic photographs; Churks, Clidgy and Doodle-Dashers

View in Hayle
A street scene at Copperhouse in Hayle (Image: Hayle Heritage Centre)
The Square in Hayle back in the days (Image: Hayle Heritage Centre)
Foundry Square in Hayle with The White Hart & Cornubia Biscuits - Image: R.Williams, HCA

Book on Hayle's history enjoys third edition release

The new edition boasts freshly unearthed historic photographs and essays from first-time contributors  read more »

201003 | Patient at Cornwall hospice appeals to saves bed before he dies

Patient at Cornwall hospice appeals to saves bed before he dies

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201004 | Three new coronavirus clusters confirmed in Cornwall

Three new coronavirus clusters confirmed in Cornwall

The majority of recorded cases are dropping across the Duchy  read more »

200928 | Garage mechanic near Falmouth, Cornwall saves life of MOT customer

Pensioner thanks mechanic who kept him alive for half an hour despite no training  John Andrew with Cornwall Autogas and MOT Centre owner, David Spooner.

28th September  read more »

201001 | Loss of smell now one of most reliable coronavirus warnings (even without cough)

Loss of smell now one of most reliable coronavirus warnings (even without cough)

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200930 | Money for new Hayle roundabout

200930 | Cornwall coronavirus recovery could take five years

Cornwall coronavirus recovery could take five years

By Richard Whitehouse Local Democracy Reporter

200930 | Cornwall Council funding for Loggans Moor roundabout upgrade

The roundabout today alongside the potential design for the layout of the new A30 Loggans Moor junction.

Cornwall Council funding for Loggans Moor roundabout upgrade

By Lisa Young Reporter
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200930 | Boost for major A30 Loggans Moor roundabout project £12.9million funding secured Construction expected begin late 2022

Boost for major A30 Loggans Moor roundabout project as £12.9million funding is secured

Construction is expected to begin in late 2022 and the project completed in 2024  read more »

200930 | Cornwall Covid Data latest

Daily lab-confirmed cases up to 29 September 2020

Cornwall Covid Data latest


The Forest for Cornwall (Koos rag Kernow)

Forest for Cornwall Programme

The Forest for Cornwall, conceived by Cornwall Council, is an ambitious tree planting project with the principle aim of fighting climate change.

When complete we hope it will cover approximately 8,000 hectares - that’s about 2% of Cornwall’s land area.

The Forest for Cornwall is not a single area of new forest.  read more »

200201 | Car Park charges at Hayle Swimming Pool, King George V Memorial Walk

Car Park at Hayle Swimming Pool, King George V Memorial Walk

Improvements to the car park surface will soon be undertaken at the car park. This year Hayle Harbour Company has donated the gravel and will assist with the work. Thank you.

When the work has been completed a car parking meter will be installed and users will be required to pay to park between the hours of 10.00am and 6.00pm. People using the Swimming Pool facilities will be able to claim their payment back and the carpark will be free to everyone after 6.00pm daily. The fee for the first hour will be 50p. The ‘No Overnight Parking’ rule will still apply.

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200930 | Tremors and 'houses shake' in Lanner, Gwennap and Caharrack

22 mins ago  read more »

Approved with conditions | PA20/02465 | Temporary proposed cafe/restaurant (Use Class A3) adjacent to the slipway at the wester

Lula in Hayle at night
Lula in Hayle at night
Lula on the beach

PA20/02465 | Retention and continued use of temporary cafe/restaurant (Use Class A3) adjacent to the slipway at the western end of North Quay, Hayle Harbour | West End Of North Quay (adj. Canoe Club) Hayle Cornwall TR27 4DD   read more »

200929 | Cornwall coronavirus clusters double to 16 in a week - 122 new confirmed cases September 17 to September 23

Cornwall coronavirus clusters double to 16 in a week

There were 122 new confirmed cases in the county between September 17 and September 23  read more »

200928 | Pool & Illogan Highway - Number of Cases: 30 | 23rd September

PHE Cluster map 17th September to 23rd September

 

 

Pool & Illogan Highway
MSOA Code:E02003922
Number of Cases:

30

 

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200925 | Coronavirus confirmed at Penryn university campus

25th September  read more »

Update - Operation Octagon Compensation for victims

Information sent on behalf of Devon and Cornwall Police
Update - Operation Octagon
Compensation for victims
Operation Octagon relates to a Devon and Cornwall Police investigation into a Currency Exchange business based in Hayle, which began in 2010.
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Operation Octagon - Crown Currency Exchange Ltd – Update September 2020 | Devon and Cornwall Police

Update September 2020


Operation Octagon - Crown Currency Exchange Ltd – Update September 2020

Between 4th October 2010 the Devon and Cornwall Police conducted an investigation, with regards to Crown Currency Exchange Ltd, Hayle Cornwall, and the conduct of the directors and company officers, which resulted in successful prosecutions at Southwark Crown Court London in 2015.  read more »

200924 | Serious collision - near Hayle Both drivers injured | Devon and Cornwall Police

Information sent on behalf of Devon and Cornwall Police
Serious collision - near Hayle
Both drivers injured
Shortly after 3pm on the 22nd September 2020, Police, Fire and Ambulance were called to the scene of a serious road traffic collision on the A30, near to Loggans, Hayle.
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200923 | Seven Cornwall schools and colleges with coronavirus cases

Seven Cornwall schools and colleges with coronavirus cases

By Richard Whitehouse Local Democracy Reporter
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200923 | Cornwall hospital trust merger would link Falmouth, Helston, Treliske

Cornwall hospital trust merger would link Falmouth, Helston, Treliske

By Richard Whitehouse Local Democracy Reporter
The Royal Cornwall Hospital (Image: Wikipedia) read more »

200923 | Over 20 pupils sent home after confirmed case of COVID-19 at Penair School in Truro - stay at home for two weeks

Over 20 pupils sent home after confirmed case of COVID-19 at Penair School in Truro

Children who were in direct contact with the student will have to stay at home for two weeks

Over 20 pupils will have to self-isolate at home for 14 days after a fellow student was diagnosed with COVID-19 at a secondary school in Cornwall.  read more »

200923 | Covid-19: Cornwall now has 10 clusters, and 20 new cases in 24 hours

Covid-19: Cornwall now has 10 clusters, and 20 new cases in 24 hours

Posted By Anne North on 23rd September 2020

By Anne North

There are now 10 Covid-19 clusters in Cornwall, with a developing concentration of cases in the Camborne-Pool-Redruth area.  read more »

200923 | A30 crash: Drivers severely injured after U-turn at Hayle Collision near Hayle shut road for around three hours

A30 crash: Drivers severely injured after U-turn at Hayle

Collision near Hayle shut road for a round three hours yesterday.  read more »

200922 | Camborne Academy responds to parents' concerns after pupil tests positive for Covid-19 Parents wanted to know why only

Camborne Academy responds to parents' concerns after pupil tests positive for Covid-19

Parents wanted to know why only one year group has been told to isolate at home  read more »

200923 | Coronavirus test and trace in Cornwall misses three in 10 people, figures show

Coronavirus test and trace in Cornwall misses three in 10 people, figures show

By Katie Williams Data Reporter
Coronavirus testing
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200922 | Boris Johnson’s Covid-19 statement expected to reverse the “back to offices” demands of Cornwall’s MPs of only two week

Boris Johnson’s Covid-19 statement expected to reverse the “back to offices” demands of Cornwall’s MPs of only two weeks ago

Posted By theboss on 22nd September 2020

By Graham Smith  read more »

200923 | Farewell, Gibraltar – Cornwall’s former neighbour in European Parliament decides which side its bread is buttered

Farewell, Gibraltar – Cornwall’s former neighbour in European Parliament decides which side its bread is buttered

Posted By Julia Penhaligon on 23rd September 2020

By Julia Penhaligon  read more »

200923 | Cornwall Council votes 63-3 to protest at proposed bonfire of planning controls

Cornwall Council votes 63-3 to protest at proposed bonfire of planning controls

Posted By theboss on 23rd September 2020

By Richard Whitehouse  read more »

200923 | A30 Hayle crash leaves two drivers with severe injuries | U-turn suspected cause of A30 crash

A30 Hayle crash leaves two drivers with severe injuries

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200922 | Covid-19: Year 8 told to stay away at Camborne Science and International Academy school

Covid-19: Year 8 told to stay away at Camborne Science and International Academy school

Posted By Rashleigh MacFarlane on 22nd September 2020

By Rashleigh MacFarlane  read more »

200920 | Signature ice cream sold in tribute to Falmouth seller who died from coronavirus

Falmouth Dairy ice cream van at Pendennis Point in tribute

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200922 | Coronavirus testing system 'isn't working' says council leader

Coronavirus testing system 'isn't working' says council leader

By Richard Whitehouse Local Democracy Reporter
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200922 | Two new areas of Cornwall reporting coronavirus clusters as positive tests spike

Two new areas of Cornwall reporting coronavirus clusters as positive tests spike

It comes as the numbers of positive tests in Cornwall continue to increase.  read more »

200918 | Media statement for Pilgrim's Pride food factory

 

 

 

Media statement for Pilgrim's Pride food factory

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200918 | Coronavirus confirmed at Cornwall food factory

18th September  read more »

200914 | Cornwall faces cold homes pandemic

Cornwall faces cold homes pandemic

 © Copyright Martin Bodman and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence
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200921 | Minister meets tourism sector September 21, 2020 0 195 L-R: Nick Reynolds (Paradise Park), George Eustice MP, Nigel Hu

Nigel Huddleston in Cornwall - L-R: Nick Reynolds (Paradise Park), George Eustice MP, Nigel Huddleston MP, Jonathan Bray

Minister meets tourism sector


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200917 | Strong objections to planning changes

Strong objections to planning changes

By Richard Whitehouse Local Democracy Reporter
House building

House building  read more »

200916 | Respect the rule of six to protect yourself and others | Information sent on behalf of Devon and Cornwall Police

Information sent on behalf of Devon and Cornwall Police
Respect the rule of six to protect yourself and others

Latest coronavirus regulations

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200916 | Frustration over 'farcical' and 'inadequate' COVID-19 testing in Cornwall

Frustration over 'farcical' and 'inadequate' COVID-19 testing in Cornwall

“We’ve heard cases of people being asked to travel miles out of Cornwall for a test, or having to wait more than a week for the results – neither of which is remotely acceptable"  read more »

200916 | 'Urgent changes' needed to Covid testing says council as some forced out of Cornwall

14th September

Cornwall coronavirus testing bad experience - contact council

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200916 | Cornwall and Devon GPs criticise 'inadequate' testing capacity as locals are offered tests in Aberdeen and Cardiff

Cornwall and Devon GPs criticise 'inadequate' testing capacity as locals are offered tests in Aberdeen and Cardiff

Dr Bruce Hughes and Dr Will Hynds said some people living in Cornwall and Devon have been offered tests at centres as far away as Cardiff and Aberdeen  read more »

200911 | Public Health ask residents to follow new rules from Monday to keep cases low in Cornwall

Public Health ask residents to follow new rules from Monday to keep cases low in Cornwall

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200910 | Popular Christmas lights display that illuminates whole village cancelled for 2020

Seven swans a-swimming

Popular Christmas lights display that illuminates whole village cancelled for 2020

Angarrack Christmas lights usually attract visitors from across West Cornwall  read more »

200909 | Co op jobs in Cornwall as new store to open Rosudgeon near Helston

8th September  read more »

200904 | Cornwall coronavirus testing emergency cover amid national issues

Cornwall coronavirus testing emergency cover amid national issues

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200903 | Government withdraws Covid-19 testing capacity from Cornwall

Government withdraws Covid-19 testing capacity from Cornwall in bid to fight the Coronavirus elsewhere

Posted By Anne North on 4th September 2020

By Anne North  read more »

200902 | Police and crime commissioners are urging people to take 60 seconds to influence Government policy on roads policing.

Commissioner's newsletter: August edition

Police commissioners seek public views on road safety

Police and crime commissioners are urging people to take 60 seconds to influence Government policy on roads policing.

Alison Hernandez, the national PCC lead on road safety, has asked the other 41 commissioners in England and Wales to support and promote a survey so results can be fed into a Department for Transport Call for Evidence.

She is hoping for a significant response to what is believed to be the first national poll co-ordinated by PCCs.

The poll, which can be found here, is open until 30 September 2020.
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200901 | UFO frenzy as strange glowing light filmed darting across Cornwall sky The strange object shifted its path from right

A glowing light was spotted hovering at the left side of the frame before it darted across to the right

UFO frenzy as strange glowing light filmed darting across Cornwall sky

The strange object shifted its path from right to the left before shooting upwards at a high speed. One conspiracy theorist even sensationally believed it was evidence of an alien base in the area  read more »

200831 | Inside most unique tourism season Cornwall has ever seen: Hospitality workers have been reduced to tears, businesses

Inside the most unique tourism season Cornwall has ever seen

Hospitality workers have been reduced to tears, businesses are fighting for survival and beaches have been as busy as ever  read more »