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210812 | Hayle Pop-Up Innovation Centre open until Christmas 2021

August 5th, Acceleration Through Innovation 2 (ATI2) celebrated opening its ninth Pop-Up Innovation Centre at the Plantation Store in Hayle.  The Mayor of Hayle, Steve Benney, cut the ribbon
TI News | Pop-up Centre News

Hayle Pop-Up Innovation Centre Now Open

12 August 2021


On August 5th, Acceleration Through Innovation 2 (ATI2) celebrated opening its ninth Pop-Up Innovation Centre at the Plantation Store in Hayle.

The business support programme was delighted to be joined by the Mayor of Hayle, Steve Benney, who cut the ribbon to officially open the Hayle Pop-up Innovation Centre.

Throughout the day ATI2 staff welcomed a steady flow of bookings from businesses, as well as some impromptu pop-in’s wanting to visit the space and help celebrate the opening.  read more »

210820 | Petition asking for second general hospital with A&E department in Cornwall; needs 100,000 signatures Parliament debate

Government to respond to petition asking for second general hospital with A&E department in Cornwall

If it reaches 100,000 signatures it will be considered for debate in Parliament  read more »

210821 | Boardmasters: At least 56 Covid cases linked to Cornwall festival in Swansea Bay alone

Boardmasters: At least 56 Covid cases linked to Cornwall festival in Swansea Bay alone

A growing number of parents and young people have taken to social media to report that they contracted coronavirus after attending Boardmasters  read more »

210821 | Cornwall has gone purple again after the case rate rose further, putting it into a new category

21st August

Covid case figures for Newquay, Falmouth and in Cornwall on map

Latest case figures for Newquay, Falmouth and other towns as map rises to purple

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210819 | Cornwall’s NHS SOS, Reaction as ‘ongoing extreme surge in demand’ will see operations postponed again

“The army has been brought in to support our ambulance service. Care payments have replaced care packages to support patients discharged from hospitals. Minor injury Units closed just when demand for Emergency services are greatest. And now essential outpatient, day-case and surgical services at Penzance and Hayle hospitals have been cut to urgently create medical wards, whilst more routine NHS services are purchased from profit-making companies.  read more »

210819 | Letter from health leaders as hospitals in Cornwall at breaking point

18th August

Letter from health leaders as hospitals in Cornwall at breaking point

Health leaders have wri <span class='read-more'><a href= read more »

210819 | Covid cases rises in Cornwall on cluster map centre and west

8 hrs ago

Covid cases rises in Cornwall on cluster map centre and west

Covid cases rises in Cornwall on c <span class='read-more'><a href= read more »

210815 | Cornwall residents and visitors urged to remain vigilant as self-isolation rules change

Cornwall residents and visitors urged to remain vigilant as self-isolation rules change

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210815 | Parts of Cornwall see substantial case increases amid a 46 per cent rise overall

15th August

Parts of Cornwall see substantial case increases amid a 46 per cent rise overall

Parts of Cornwall with biggest Covid cases rises on cluster map

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210719 | Government removes lockdown protections

West/Mid Cornwall | 21st July
Mid/East Cornwall | 21st July

19th July 2021 - Government removed lockdown protections from England and Wales

210812 | NHS Cornwall trusts plea for help as demand surges

12th August

NHS Cornwall trusts plea for help as demand surges

By Paul Armstrong @ThePacket Senior Reporter
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PA21/07016 | Creation of a driveway and turning space | 21 Steamers Hill Angarrack Hayle Cornwall TR27 5JB

 

Creation of a driveway and turning space - 21 Steamers Hill Angarrack Hayle Cornwall TR27 5JB

Ref. No: PA21/07016 | Received date: Wed 07 Jul 2021 | Status: Pending Consideration | Case Type: Planning Application


 

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210802 | Covid-19 continues to soar in Newquay with infection rates still double the national average, the latest figures show

West/Mid Cornwall | 21st July
Mid/East Cornwall | 21st July

Data show mixed picture in Cornwall's Covid capital

The new daily figures show the case rates in areas across the Duchy  read more »

210729 | Play Your Part for a Safe and Respectful Summer in Devon and Cornwall | Devon & Cornwall Police

Information sent on behalf of Devon and Cornwall Police
Play Your Part for a Safe and Respectful Summer in Devon and Cornwall
Play your part in making this summer in our region safe, respectful and successful for all.
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210721 | Liverpool stripped of UNESCO World Heritage Site status over waterfront development

Liverpool stripped of Unesco World Heritage Site status over waterfront development

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210721 | Covid cases in Cornwall rise nearly a thousand in week: cluster map B

West/Mid Cornwall | 21st July
Mid/East Cornwall | 21st July

21st July

Covid cases in Cornwall rise nearly a thousand in week: cluster map

Covid cases in Cornwall ris <span class='read-more'><a href= read more »

210721 | Road surface melts onto woman's tyres in record heatwave leaving mechanics gobsmacked

The heatwave caused tarmac to melt onto one driver's wheels
Louise said travelling on the melted road was like "driving through water"
Louise said: "Both passenger-side tyres were completely covered in melted Tarmac"

Road surface melts onto woman's tyres in record heatwave leaving mechanics gobsmacked

Louise Hanley from Hayle, Cornwall compared her short trip to "driving through water" after the Met Office expressed particular concern for public safety in parts of southwest England

200916 | 'Respect, protect and enjoy' - council leader’s message to tourists

'Respect, protect and enjoy' - council leader’s message to tourists



The leader of Cornwall Council has urged visitors this summer to “respect, protect and enjoy” Cornwall.  read more »

210722 | Need to contact the police this summer- Why not go online #ItsPersonal | Devon and Cornwall Police

Information sent on behalf of Devon and Cornwall Police
Need to contact the police this summer- Why not go online
Whichever way you choose to contact the police, #ItsPersonal

Devon & Cornwall Police are reminding people that might need non-emergency help and advice over the summer months to consider using their online contact channels whenever possible.
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210717 | No part of Cornwall now Covid cluster free amid large spikes in some areas

17th July

No part of Cornwall now Covid cluster free amid large spikes in some areas


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Heatwave/Hot Weather

Heat advice

When weather forecasts show a very warm week for much of the country with hot days and warm nights, which may leave older people, young children and those with long-term conditions, including heart and lung diseases, struggling to adapt to the heat.

Owen Landeg, Principal Environmental Public Health Scientist at Public Health England said:  read more »

210719 | Emergency services at breaking point with one incident every 26 seconds

South West Ambulance busiest week on record: incident every 26 seconds

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210719 | Met Office issues its first ever extreme heat alert - including Cornwall

210715 | Covid in Cornwall: Thursday, July 15 - a big jump in cases

West/Mid Cornwall
Mid/East Cornwall
15th July

Covid in Cornwall: Thursday, July 15 - Big jump in cases

By Paul Armstrong @ThePacket Senior Reporter
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210715 | As Covid cases continue to rise just one area of Cornwall remains off the cluster map

West/Mid Cornwall
Mid/East Cornwall
15th July

One area of Cornwall where Covid case rise not a cluster on map

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210716 | The government still “expect” and “recommend” people to wear a face covering in crowded and enclosed spaces

5 hrs ago

Face mask rules in supermarkets ahead of ‘Freedom Day'

Sarah McGee @Sarah_McGee123 Digital Reporter
By Sarah McGee @Sarah_McGee123 Digital Reporter
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210712 | Idiot driver does U-turn on notorious A30 Hayle bypass stretch It’s not even summer, but the idiots are out in force

12th July

A30 closed in Hayle, Cornwall after serious four vehicle crash

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210701 | Wave Hub Development Services Ltd now known as Celtic Sea Power | Name change for Cornwall floating offshore wind

Name change for Cornwall floating offshore windturbine project

Wave Hub Development Services Ltd will now be known as Celtic Sea Power

Celtic Sea Power will look to harness the potential for offshore windturbines off Cornwall  read more »

210701 | Cornwall Council welcomes decision to scrap ‘Devonwall’ proposal

Cornwall Council welcomes decision to scrap ‘Devonwall’ proposal


Cornwall Council has welcomed news that proposals for revised parliamentary boundaries will keep the six parliamentary constituencies wholly within Cornwall.  read more »

2023 Review of Parliamentary constituencies | Boundary Review

2023 Review of Parliamentary constituencies

Boundary Review 2021

 

"The Boundary Commission for England is the independent organisation responsible for reviewing Parliamentary constituency boundaries in England (see below for other parts of the UK).  read more »

Intention Notice | Temporary Prohibition of Traffic – Hatchs Hill, Angarrack | 6 Oct 2021 | Sunbelt Rentals on behalf Openreach

Please note that this is only an Intention Notice and as yet an Order has not been issued.

Via https://www.hayletowncouncil.net/2021/07/temporary-prohibition-of-traffi...

Temporary Prohibition of Traffic – Hatchs Hill, Angarrack

Please see below for details regarding the temporary prohibition of traffic:

Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 S.14: Temporary Prohibition of Traffic

 

Openreach have requested to close the following road(s) to carryout works to their apparatus.

If you have any queries regarding these works, please contact the Utility direct on the number below.  read more »

210609 | Prime Minister Announces New Funding For Cornwall To Create a G7 Legacy For The Region

Prime Minister Announces New Funding For Cornwall To Create a G7 Legacy For The Region

Published 9 June 2021

Categories:  read more »

210609 | G7 'legacy' project launched to protect and restore nature across Cornwall

G7 'legacy' project launched to protect and restore nature across Cornwall

The UK government has pledged an initial £700,000 for a nature recovery project in Cornwall as a "legacy" of this week's G7 summit.

The funding, secured by Cornwall Council, Natural England and Cornwall Wildlife Trust and others, will be used to "knit together" precious habitats as part of an England-wide Nature Recovery Network.

This will mean connecting national nature reserves such as Goss Moor to other important areas for nature, such as the Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the coast and heritage sites.  read more »

210601 | June and July 2021 | Council Corner

Council Corner

June & July 2021

Town & Parish Council Elections

The local Town Council Elections took place on 6 May 2021. There has been a bit of change and we welcome two new members, Emily Brown and Marcus Hayward. Their contact details, along with those of the other successfully re-elected members, Steve Benney, Brian Capper, Graham Coad, June Lawrenson-Reid, John Pollard and Anne-Marie Rance, are available on the parish noticeboards and the town council website.  read more »

1877 | Angarrack Viaduct | Between 12 and 1 o'clock yesterday man named Allen was killed on the Angarrack viaduct

Fatal Railway Accident near Hayle.— Between 12 and 1 o'clock yesterday a man named Allen was killed on the Angarrack viaduct of the West Cornwall Railway. A gang of men were engaged repairing the viaduct, and a luggage train passed, the break van struck Allen, knocking him under the wheels, which passed over his head, killing turn instantly. Deceased was a native of Penpoads, Camborne, and leaves wife and four children.

[Possibly Thomas Allen  read more »

Angarrack, Loggans, Towans map | lagas | nature Recovery Network

From Nature Recovery Network - Lagas - Natural Captial Information & Management Hub https://lagas.co.uk/app/product/nature-recovery-network

lagas | nature Recovery Network

 

Nature Recovery Network:Further Information

 

To provide a draft nature recovery network map for Cornwall that reflects the stated goals and ambition of the nature recovery network as outlined in HM Government 25 Year Environment Plan.The map brings together mapping of existing nature networks, connecting corridors and habitat opportunities to identify those areas of mainland Cornwall that are envisaged as part of a nature recovery network.

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Nature Recovery Network

Nature Recovery Network

Defra and Natural England are bringing together partners, legislation and funding, to create the Nature Recovery Network (NRN). Together, we will deliver the Network by restoring and enhancing England’s wildlife-rich places.


Defra and Natural England are bringing together partners, legislation and funding, to create the Nature Recovery Network (NRN). Together, we will deliver the Network by restoring and enhancing England’s wildlife-rich places.  read more »

Hayle Existing and Proposed Retail and Housing | Autumn 2020

Existing Proposed Retail and Housing 1 Hayle Harbour W1/08-0613 2 North Quay PA18/04577 (143) 3 South Quay Yard PA17/0418/2 (30) read more »

210518 | Stay safe and secure as lockdown restrictions ease; England is now in Step Three | Devon & Cornwall Police

Information sent on behalf of Devon and Cornwall Police
Stay safe and secure as lockdown restrictions ease
England is now in Step Three

Devon & Cornwall Police is ready for the challenge of keeping our communities safe as the next stage of the Government’s Roadmap out of lockdown comes into effect today (Monday 17 May).
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210511 | 125 new homes in Cornwall at Hayle by Gilbert & Goode developers

210430 | Wave Project want to build school on beach in Cornwall, Gwithian

30th April  read more »

PA21/00693/PREAPP | Overhead lines exemption. - Street Record Grist Lane Angarrack Cornwall

 

PA21/00693/PREAPP | It is proposed to undertake the following work that is considered to be exempted from the Electricity Act 1989 by falling within the Overhead Lines (Exemption) (England and Wales) Regulations 2009. | Street Record Grist Lane Angarrack Cornwall   read more »

210204 | There will not be an election on Thursday May 6th for Hayle Town Council due to there being insufficient candidate numb

There will not be an election on Thursday May 6th for Hayle Town Council due to there being insufficient candidate numbers.

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210401 | Old Cornwall Society Memorial Plaque | Hayle Pump 155 April/May 2021

Flowers and a plaque were placed down on the King George V Memorial Walk on Tuesday 23rd March at 1 o'clock, exactly 12 months after lockdown, in memory of all those who have died in Cornwall with the Covid infection, the person who set this up was Christine Hancock, with Julie Smitheram, Jenny Button, Sue Maxfield, and Penny Williams, who between them made all the flowers. Our three groups gave them the financial support for the plaque and we have purchased a tree as well, so the memory of all who died lives on.

 

From Hayle Pump1 April 2021  read more »

210204 | February and March 2021 | Council Corner - Election arrangements for Hayle Town Council 2021

Hayle Town Council logoCouncil Corner

April/May 2021

Election arrangements for Hayle Town Council 2021

The next election for all seats on Hayle Town Council will take place on Thursday 6 May 2021.

The voting and election process is organised and managed by Cornwall Council and all registered residents of Hayle Parish should have already received notification and voting forms through the post. This will also include details of the polling station for your area, whichwill be open from 7am to 10pm that day.  read more »

210401 | Hayle Harbour plans approved at last minute: Areas outlined in red withdrawn from application approved today

The development area at North Quay Hayle Harbour - the areas outlined in red are those which were withdrawn from the reserved matters application approved today
Drone footage reveals what Hayle harbour redevelopment could look like
The Hayle Harbour area where Carillion completed the £16 million North Quay infrastructure project in 2013

ICOMOS does not believe that this report accurately reflects the ICOMOS comments, nor does it adequately respond to them. Secondly, the plans provided do not adequately address the heritage issues that have been raised.



Peter Channon told the committee that “a dreadful state has befallen Hayle” with the development. He compared the development site as looking like a bombed site in Beirut.
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Hayle Town Council elections 6 May 2021

Hayle West (10 seats)

Hayle East (5 seats) - Angarrack is in Hayle East Ward

Images via https://map.cornwall.gov.uk/website/ccmap/?zoomlevel=5&xcoord=157634&yco...

 

Arrangements for Hayle Town Council

Hayle Town Council has seats for 15 councillors, which between them, serve 2 wards in the Parish area of Hayle, which includes Phillack and Angarrack.

Following the Electoral Review in 2019 and the more recent Community Governance Review the ward boundaries of the Parish have changed so that the following seats will be contested in the 2021 elections:  read more »

210331 | Children - 7.4% of those aged 2-11 years 8.2% of those aged 12-16 years - LongCovid - ONS Statistics

At 5 weeks with 95% confidence intervals (any symptom):  read more »

210331 | Coronavirus confirmed at nine Cornwall schools and colleges since reopening

Coronavirus confirmed at nine Cornwall schools and colleges since reopening

Schools welcomed pupils back in person on March 8  read more »

Hayle Ships

Hayle Ships and Ship builders

PA21/02600 | Alterations and extension to a dwelling | Ashleen Steamers Hill Angarrack Hayle Cornwall TR27 5JB

First Floor - Studio/Guest Room

Alterations and extension to a dwelling - Ashleen Steamers Hill Angarrack Hayle Cornwall TR27 5JB

Ref. No: PA21/02600 | Received date: Tue 09 Mar 2021 | Status: Pending Consideration | Case Type: Planning Application 


 

 

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210401 | CORNWALL: Tourism boss wants to cut summer visitors

6 hrs ago  read more »

210330 | G7 Summit: Police chief warns occasion could become Covid-19 'superspreader' event

G7 Summit: Police chief warns occasion could become Covid-19 'superspreader' event

He is concerned that many police officers attending won't be vaccinated when the summit happens  read more »

210329 | Meet entrepreneur who started up business despite pandemic; Rachel Leaver launched Baba’s Mezze with Outset Cornwall

Meet the entrepreneur who started up a business despite the pandemic

With help from start-up programme, Outset Cornwall, Rachel Leaver launched her business, Baba’s Mezze  read more »

PA21/02553 | Replacement dwelling | 16 Back Lane Fairwinds Angarrack Hayle Cornwall TR27 5JE

Replacement dwelling - 16 Back Lane Fairwinds Angarrack Hayle Cornwall TR27 5JE

Ref. No: PA21/02553 | Received date: Tue 09 Mar 2021 | Status: Pending Consideration | Case Type: Planning Application

Q8. Any further relevant information?

The proposal for a replacement dwelling is the exact design as
Recently approved under Planning Application PA20?00542.
The main reason for submitting is to ensure that the whole of the
Dwelling is thermally efficient, damp proofed properly and is more
Eco friendly for future generations

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210115 | Devon and Cornwall Police Ask the Public to Step-Up to Prevent COVID-19 Spread | Devon & Cornwall Police

Information sent on behalf of Devon and Cornwall Police
Devon and Cornwall Police Ask the Public to Step-Up to Prevent COVID-19 Spread
Stay at home rule will change
Devon & Cornwall Police is asking the public to play its part and act responsibly as the region enters the next stage of the Government Roadmap to move England out of COVID-19 restrictions.
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210325 | Cornwall Wildlife Trust respond Carbis Bay Hotel G7 works - G7 Summit in Cornwall

Cornwall Wildlife Trust respond Carbis Bay Hotel G7 works.

History: Inquiry concluded | Terrible explosion at Royal Navy dynamite factory

THE HAYLE EXPLOSION.

  At Hayle the inquiry into the cause of the death of the four men killed by the recent dynamite explosion at the National Explosives Company's works has been concluded.

  Thomas Vincent Jory said he heard two explosions, and saw smoke issuing from the precipitating house first, and then from the filtering house, both of which were demolished.  read more »

210324 | Construction of a new Newquay Aviation Centre due to start in June

Construction of a new Newquay Aviation Centre due to start in June

Posted By Peter Tremayne on 24th March 2021

By Peter Tremayne

Construction of the new Newquay Aviation Centre – due to be leased to the Spaceport next year - is due to start in June, councillors will hear tomorrow (Thursday.)  read more »

210324 | Three years later: government promises to act on second homes tax loophole

Three years later: government promises to act on second homes tax loophole

Posted By Julia Penhaligon on 24th March 2021

By Julia Penhaligon  read more »

210324 | Hayle harbour development to make another attempt at planning permission, following UNESCO heritage concerns

Aerial view of Hayle Harbour (Image: James Lawley)
Drone footage reveals what Hayle harbour redevelopment could look like
The Hayle Harbour area where Carillion completed the £16 million North Quay infrastructure project in 2013

Hayle harbour development to make another attempt at planning permission, following UNESCO heritage concerns

Posted By Rashleigh MacFarlane on 24th March 2021

By Rashleigh MacFarlane  read more »

PA21/01927 | Certificate of lawfulness for existing use as residential dwelling | The Log Cabin 4 Nanpusker Road Angarrack TR

The Log Cabin 4 Nanpusker Road Angarrack TR27 5JX
The Log Cabin 4 Nanpusker Road Angarrack TR27 5JX

 

Certificate of lawfulness for existing use as a residential dwelling - The Log Cabin 4 Nanpusker Road Angarrack TR27 5JX

Ref. No: PA21/01927 | Received date: Tue 23 Feb 2021 | Status: Pending Consideration | Case Type: Planning Application

 

Grounds:

  • The use as a single dwelling house began more than four years before the date of this application
  • Council tax has been paid under reference 10091165088

When was the use or activity begun, or the building works substantially completed (date must be pre-application submission)?

01/07/2012

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210322 | South African president to join G7 summit as guest

South African president to join G7 summit as guest

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has invited South African President Cyril Ramaphosa to attend the G7 summit in Cornwall in June as a guest (Andrew Parsons/PA)

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has invited So  read more »

210322 | Hoaxer leaves planning application notices Wetherspoon pub and 'gentlemen's club' in Hayle-look like Cornwall Council

Hoaxer leaves planning application notices for Wetherspoon pub and 'gentlemen's club' in Hayle

They look exactly like the notices issued by Cornwall Council  read more »

210320 | Council cannot halt “unauthorised” works at G7 hotel - G7 Summit in Cornwall

“Planning legislation does not give us powers to stop works whilst we determine the application, but we urge owners to do so.”


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210320 | Stay Covid safe this Easter - don't put pressure on local NHS unnecessarily - NHS bosses in Cornwall asking people...

Stay Covid safe this Easter and do your bit not to put pressure on your local NHS

NHS bosses in Cornwall are asking people not to put pressure on the NHS unnecessarily by turning up at A&E or calling 999 when calling 111 would do

20 March 2021

By Olivier Vergnault

The number of Covid cases may be at its lowest for months, but health experts in Cornwall believe now is not the time to let our guard down and risk overrunning health services over the busy Easter weekend.  read more »

210316 | Reports people in fake Cormac van tried to steal dogs at Hayle beach car park

210317 | Cornwall Council may take Government to High Court over Levelling Up - £100m if stayed in EU or Johnson honoured pledge

Cllr Dwelly said: "Why does that first year matter? There are two words - Covid and Brexit. This is the worst possible time for Cornwall to go down.

"In Devon there are eight authorities which will each get £3m from the fund so in Devon they will have £3m times eight which is £24m. Cornwall will get just £3m.

"I can't see how you can look at what is coming next year to be anything other than a huge disaster.  read more »

210317 | Here's why a 'revolutionary' new bus strategy could result in cheaper fares

Cornwall bus services to be improved all over county

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210311 | A Cornwall public health expert has tested your face covering She uses a candle to see how much air gets through

A Cornwall public health expert has tested your face covering

She uses a candle to see how much air gets through  read more »

210321 | What CAN we do after March 29 that we can't do now?

21st March  read more »

Approved with conditions | PA20/09906 | Proposed new build dwelling - 30 Steamers Hill Angarrack TR27 5JB

South West Elevation
North East Elevation
North West Elevation
South East Elevation
Proposed Floor Plans
Existing and Proposed Site Plans
Proposed Site Plan
Location Plan

Proposed new build dwelling - Land Adj To 30 Steamers Hill Angarrack Hayle Cornwall TR27 5JB

Ref. No: PA20/09906 | Received date: Thu 12 Nov 2020 | Status: Approved with conditions | Case Type: Planning Application

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210309 | Cornwall’s Wave Hub asks for more cash in advance of sale to the private sector

Cornwall’s Wave Hub asks for more cash in advance of sale to the private sector

Posted By theboss on 9th March 2021

By Graham Smith

Cornwall Council leader Julian German is due to approve a further multi-million bail-out for the Hayle Wave Hub, in the hope that it can one day become part of a private-sector offshore wind energy project.  read more »

210311 | CBD hits the mainstream

210310 | Three deals in a day for Cornish Metals

Three deals in a day for Cornish Metals

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210308 | Families asked to take regular Covid tests as children return to school - Asymptomatic cases third of all infections

Families asked to take regular Covid tests as children return to school

Asymptomatic cases are thought to make up a third of all infections

8 March 2021

By Dave Doyle

Millions of children and their families are being asked to take Covid tests as schools reopen this morning, even if they show no symptoms.  read more »

210310 | ‘Super Google’ firm lands in Cornwall - Marwick Marketing, a ‘super Google’ firm expands to Newquay

‘Super Google’ firm lands in Cornwall

 
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210309 | Chris Whitty predicts surge in Covid cases and delay in easing of lockdown

Chris Whitty predicts surge in Covid cases and delay in easing of lockdown

By Kieran Doody @kierandoody UK Trending Editor
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210308 | Madron-based Western Hunt apologises after out-of-control hounds kill pet cat on housing estate

Still from video footage of Western Hunt hounds killing a pet cat.  Moments later a hunt official picks up the cat's body and throws it over a fence.  Police are investigating

Madron-based Western Hunt apologises after out-of-control hounds kill pet cat on housing estate

Posted By Peter Tremayne on 8th March 2021

By Peter Tremayne  read more »

210309 | Anger over 'ancient trees' being chopped down by 'Eco' Carbis Bay Hotel ahead of G7 Summit

Concerns have been raised by local residents over ongoing development at the Carbis Bay Hotel complex, after a number of trees were felled
Concerns have been raised by local residents over ongoing development at the Carbis Bay Hotel complex, after a number of trees were felled.
Concerns have been raised by local residents over ongoing development at the Carbis Bay Hotel complex, after a number of trees were felled.
Concerns have been raised by local residents over ongoing development at the Carbis Bay Hotel complex, after a number of trees were felled.
Concerns have been raised by local residents over ongoing development at the Carbis Bay Hotel complex, after a number of trees were felled.

Anger over 'ancient trees' being chopped down by 'Eco' Carbis Bay Hotel ahead of G7 Summit

Campaigners say it feels like the resort is being turned into a 'private playground for rich people', whilst local people are shut out  read more »

210305 | UK’s Covid-19 R rate rises for first time since January | overall level has increased despite the ongoing lockdown

UK Covid-19 R rate rises for the first time since January

The overall level has increased despite the ongoing lockdown

5 March 2021

By Feargal Brennan

The UK’s Covid-19 R rate has risen slightly this week in a first increase in levels since the middle of January.  read more »

210308 | First residents move into new affordable homes in Marazion - Some 40 affordable homes have been built in Marazion

Natalia Rotaru with her daughter and mother at their new home in Marazion
The first residents have started moving in at the new LiveWest affordable homes in Marazion
A memorial stone has ben erected on the development in tribute to HMS Warspite whose last resting place was near to Marazion

First residents move into new affordable homes in Marazion

Some 40 affordable homes have been built in Marazion

9 March 2021 Natalia Rotaru with her daughter and mother at their new home in Marazion

By Olivier Vergnault

Natalia Rotaru with her daughter and mother at their new home in Marazion (Image: LiveWest)  read more »