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CORONAVIRUS AND THE ANGARRACK COMMUNITY

CORONAVIRUS AND THE ANGARRACK COMMUNITY

The coronavirus has taken a massive step forward today and the effect on our
community is as yet unknown.   We do not need to panic however it's inevitable that it
will affect some/all of us over the coming months. This could be a single person living
alone or whole families who have to self-isolate for anything between 7 and 14 days

So what can we do;-

There are people in the village who are more than happy to collect prescriptions, get provisions etc. if needed.

If you require assistance either use the numbers on the note dropped round the village  read more »

200702 | Fatal Collision - St Erth Hayle Cornwall | Devon and Cornwall Police

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Fatal Collision - St Erth Hayle Cornwall
Fatal collision - St Erth, Hayle, Cornwall

At approximately 1125hrs on Thursday 2nd July 2020 Police received a report of a collision involving a pedal cyclist and a heavy goods vehicle on Station Approach, St Erth, near Hayle, Cornwall.
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200702 | Fatal collision - St Erth, Hayle

Fatal collision - St Erth, Hayle

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Accident

Cyclist pronounced deceased at the scene

At around 11.25am on Thursday 2 July, police received a report of a collision involving a pedal cyclist and a heavy goods vehicle in Station Approach, St Erth, near Hayle in Cornwall.  read more »

200703 | Herbert Protocol forms | Joint campaign launched to help when searching for missing people living with dementia

Do you care for somone who has dementia? Do you worry they may leave their home and go missing? The Herbert Protocol may help find them quickly for more information fo to www.dc.police.uk/missingherbert
What is the Herbert Protocol? Herbert Protocl can help the emergency services locate a person quicker www.dc.police.uk/missingherbert
Useful information about the Herbert Protocol www.dc.police.uk/missingherbert

Information needed to find the missing (Herbert Protocol)

The Herbert Protocol encourages carers or family members of adults living with dementia to collate information on those who are vulnerable onto a form, know as the Herbert Protocol form, that can be given to the police if they go missing.

More information - https://www.devon-cornwall.police.uk/advice/missing-persons/information-...  read more »

200703 | Come back safely and respect our communities - Message from Chief Constable Shaun Sawyer

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A message from Chief Constable Shaun Sawyer - Come back safely and respect our communities
We must continue to follow Government advice

Devon & Cornwall Police is preparing for an influx of visitors this weekend as lockdown restrictions ease and the hospitality industry reopens.
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200701 | Cornwall Council calls for more clarity on local outbreak management plan

Cornwall Council calls for more clarity on local outbreak management plan

Cornwall Council calls for more clarity on local outbreak management plan
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Published by Helen Down at 2:13pm 1st July 2020. (Updated at 2:15pm 1st July 2020)  read more »

200701 | Cases of Covid-19 in Cornwall could be four times higher

Cases of Covid-19 in Cornwall could be four times higher

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200702 | Number of coronavirus cases in Cornwall could be four times higher than reported

Number of coronavirus cases in Cornwall could be four times higher than reported

Number of coronavirus cases in Cornwall could be four times higher than reported

Published by Sarah Yeoman at 5:57am 2nd July 2020.

Written by Richard Whitehouse, Local Democracy Reporter  read more »

200629 | More than 200 people recover from Coronavirus in Cornwall

More than 200 people recover from Coronavirus in Cornwall

More than 200 people recover from Coronavirus in Cornwall

Published by Helen Down at 3:02pm 30th June 2020. (Updated at 4:07pm 30th June 2020)

Written by Richard Whitehouse, Local Democracy Reporter  read more »

200630 | Mobile Libraries begin by offering a "click and collect" service and "staff selection"

Angarrack – Inn Car Park 16:25-16:45 | FRIDAY WEST MOBILE FROM FRI 10TH JULY

Current government guidance says that libraries can start reopening from July 4th and we are planning to have our mobile libraries out and about from Tuesday 7th July.
 
Our services need to be adapted to pandemic conditions and it is important that we provide a safe service, therefore we will not be able to allow customers on board the mobile library to browse, instead books will be returned/issued at the door, observing the current social distancing measures.
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200701 | Cornwall Libraries to offer book loaning again

Cornwall Libraries to offer book loaning again

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Dementia Care - The Herbert Protocol

Do you care for somone who has dementia? Do you worry they may leave their home and go missing? The Herbert Protocol may help find them quickly for more information fo to www.dc.police.uk/missingherbert
What is the Herbert Protocol? Herbert Protocl can help the emergency services locate a person quicker www.dc.police.uk/missingherbert
Useful information about the Herbert Protocol www.dc.police.uk/missingherbert

Dementia Care - The Herbert Protocol - AgeUK

Do you care for somone who has dementia? Do you worry they may leave their home and go missing? The Herbert Protocol may help find them quickly for more information fo to www.dc.police.uk/missingherbert
What is the Herbert Protocol? Herbert Protocl can help the emergency services locate a person quicker www.dc.police.uk/missingherbert
Useful information about the Herbert Protocol www.dc.police.uk/missingherbert

The Herbert Protocol

Published on 19 January 2018 11:05 AM

The Herbert Protocol is a national scheme that encourages carers, family and friends to provide and put together useful information, which can then be used in the event of Herbert Protocol logoa vulnerable person going missing.

This scheme is being introduced by the West Yorkshire Police and other agencies nationwide.  read more »

200630 | Coronavirus testing not carried out on patients discharged to care home

Coronavirus testing not carried out on patients discharged to care home

By Richard Whitehouse Local Democracy Reporter
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200629 | Covid-19: Advice for the extremely vulnerable as lockdown is eased further

Covid-19: Advice for the extremely vulnerable as lockdown is eased further

 Advice for the extremely vulnerable as lockdown is eased further

Published by Sarah Yeoman at 8:59am 29th June 2020.  read more »

200629 | Treliske boss says Summer spike possible and second coronavirus wave most likely to hit in October

Treliske boss says second coronavirus wave most likely to hit in October

Treliske boss says second coronavirus wave most likely to hit in October

Published by Sarah Yeoman at 7:06am 29th June 2020.  read more »

200630 | Hidden Words Quiz 151 | On The Water | Hayle Pump 151

 

Hidden Words Quiz 151

On The Water

Mr L Fleming of Angarrack has sent in this quiz, very many thanks to him.
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Bees Go Quackers!!


Scientists using highly sensitive vibration detectors have decoded honeybee queens' "tooting and quacking" duets in the hive.

Worker bees make new queens by sealing eggs inside special cells with wax and feeding them royal jelly. When ready to emerge the queens quack -but if two are free at the same time, they will fight to the death. So when one hatches, its quacks turn to toots, telling the workers to keep the queens , still quacking , captive. The queens responding to each other can be plainly heard.

It has been assumed that the queens were talking to other queens -possibly sizing one another up vocally to see who is strongest but there is another explanation.
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