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210216 | Shielding support for new and existing clinically extremely vulnerable residents | additional 4,333 adults in Cornwall

Shielding support for new and existing clinically extremely vulnerable residents

Cornwall Council,?NHS Kernow?and Volunteer Cornwall?are reassuring?all clinically extremely vulnerable residents?that?support?is?available?as more people are asked to shiel  read more »

210218 | Idiot driver does U-turn on notorious A30 Hayle bypass stretch It’s not even summer, but the idiots are out in force

Idiot driver does U-turn on notorious A30 Hayle bypass stretch

It’s not even summer, but the idiots are out in force  read more »

200113 | Long Covid in the UK – what we know so far

Official estimates indicate around 20% of people who test positive for Covid-19 go on to experience long term issues.

Data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) claims 186,000 positive cases have been impacted by continuing symptoms for up to 12 weeks, with some evidence of many patients being unable to return to work and full capabilities properly for up to six months.


Long Covid in the UK  read more »

210204 | Covid-19: How the UK is using lateral flow tests in the pandemic | BMJ

Public Health England’s evaluation of the Innova test showed that its
sensitivity was 79.2% when used by trained laboratory scientists, 73%
when used by trained healthcare staff, but only 57.5% when used by track
and trace centre staff employed by the pharmacy chain Boots

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Where the tests have been used among asymptomatic people in real world  read more »

210217 | Nationwide ‘surge testing’ to see 400,000 coronavirus tests sent to homes every day The plans are part of Boris Johnso

Key points -

  • Individuals will be encouraged to use the lateral flow tests whether or
    not they have symptoms, with the Royal Mail told to prepare for
    delivering 400,000 each day
  • Rapid-testing kits deliver results in just half an hour but are less
    precise than alternatives, with regulators previously expressing concern
    at trusting untrained people to use them effectively  read more »

210213 | Children to be tested for Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine efficacy

Children to be tested for Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine efficacy

The jab is known as the the ChAdOx1 nCoV-19 vaccine

13 February 2021

By Laura Hartley

Pictured above: The Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine (Image PA)

Children are going to be tested to see if the Oxford/AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine works amongst those under the age of 18.

Researchers will use 300 volunteers in a new clinical trial.  read more »

210216 | Antibodies for virus which causes Covid-19 has increased across UK

Antibodies for virus which causes Covid-19 has increased across UK

Having antibodies in the blood indicates that people have either previously been infected with the virus or have had a Covid-19 vaccine  read more »

210214 | The history of 100-year-old cart emerging from Cornish cliff - Following precarious clear-up and recent erosion

A 100-year-old cart is emerging from a cliff at Gwithian after vegetation was cleared from around it two years ago, and some more recent erosion, making it more visible. The cart is thought to be part of the Gwithian Tin Works, which lifted tin-rich sand
With many people noticing the cart in the cliff for the first time, its appearance has prompted much wonder and speculation about how it got there
Aerial ropeway and buckets - Gwithian Tin Works c. 1930

The history of a 100-year-old cart emerging from a Cornish cliff

Following a precarious clear-up and some recent erosion, beach-goers have been noticing the cart and speculating how it got there  read more »

210216 | Pick up after your pet urges Cornwall Council

Pick up after your pet urges Cornwall Council

From Cornwall Council:

Cornwall Council is reminding people to pick up their pet’s mess following an increase in reports of dog fouling during lockdown.

Under the Antisocial Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act it is an offence to allow a dog to foul in a public place and fail to remove the faeces.  read more »

210216 | 1.7m more people in England to be told to shield - Officials are advising that shielding continues until March 31

1.7m more people in England to be told to shield

Officials are advising that shielding continues until March 31

16 February 2021

By InYourArea

Around 1.7 million more people will be added to the shielding list in England, as experts have identified additional adults at serious risk of Covid-19.

Letters will be arriving imminently telling people they should be in the shielding group, health officials have said.  read more »

210112 | Holiday home owner tried to get £10,000 Covid-19 grant had no right to; Ombudsman said Cornwall Council not at fault

Holiday home owner tried to get Covid-19 grant he had no right to

The Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman said that Cornwall Council was not at fault in refusing a holiday home owner's claim for a £10,000 Covid-19 business grant  read more »

210123 | The full list of 170 long Covid symptoms according to some who have had coronavirus

The full list of 170 long Covid symptoms according to some who have had coronavirus

They include hair loss, fatigue and memory loss, to name but a few  read more »

210212 | Premier Inn in Hayle evacuated after suspected explosion; A man was arrested following the incident

Premier Inn in Hayle evacuated after suspected explosion

A man was arrested following the incident  read more »

210211 | Cornwall Council Cabinet recommends budget which invests in residents' priorities | 1.99%, +3% Gov adult SC £1.52/week

If budget is adopted, council tax will rise by 1.99%, plus an extra 3% for the Government precept for adult social care. This is equivalent to an extra £1.52 a week for the average property (band D).  read more »


210211 | Business leaders call for more support | discretionary funding awarded to Cornwall and Scilly does not reflect the area

Business leaders call for more support


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210209 | Deaths at Tregenna House care home following Covid outbreak

Deaths at Tregenna House care home following Covid outbreak

Our thoughts are with the families of those who lost their lives to the awful virus  read more »

210209 | Coronavirus in Cornwall: Tuesday, February 9 - large rise in community deaths

Covid-19 case rates in UK nations. (PA Graphics)

Patients were aged between 27 and 100 years old. All except 23 – aged 45 to 95 years old – had known underlying health conditions.


9th February  read more »

210209 | Cornwall Council calls for urgent financial support for Cornish businesses after grant applications soar

Cornwall Council calls for urgent financial support for Cornish businesses after grant applications soar

210209 | ARG Covid grant in Cornwall may be cut by half due to demand

9th February  read more »

210210 | Cornwall Council calls for action to tackle growing crisis in Cornish fishing industry

Cornwall Council calls for action to tackle growing crisis in Cornish fishing industry

 
 

Cornwall Council has joined fishing industry leaders in calling on government to address a growing crisis in the sector due to complicated new export rules, a lack of clarity about fishing quotas, and an increase in red tape.  read more »

210210 | Bees: Britain is breaking its promise of better bee protections

George keep your promises - save Britain's bees avaaz.org/britishbees | Falmouth Packet ad

This is urgent! Britain is breaking its promise of better bee protections by allowing a bee-killing poison banned in the EU to be used on our fields!  read more »

210210 | 'Big explosion' heard and houses shake after 'sonic boom' in Cornwall author image

A Typhoon fighter jet. It is not yet clear which aircraft caused the noise (Picture: PA)
Social media comment on 'Sonic boom' heard over Cornwall
The flightpath of an RAF aircraft flying above Cornwall today (Picture: FlightRadar24.com)

‘Big explosion’ heard and houses shake after ‘sonic boom’ in Cornwall

210208 | Builder James Lee Knight (aka Jay Knight or Jay Knight Mason) who lost residents £100,000 admits nine offences of fraud

Builder who lost residents £100,000 admits nine offences of fraud

A builder whose shoddy work meant his customers lost around £100,000 has pleaded guilty to multiple charges of fraud following an investigation by Cornwall Council’s Trading Standards.  read more »

210202 | "What if I told you that they're not actually hunting the "South African" variant?"

What if I told you that they're not actually hunting the "South African" variant?

210208 | South Africa variant: Do you need third jab and does it affect lockdown?

Covid-19 case rates in UK nations. (PA Graphics)

"it’s not just about South Africa, is it, it’s about our homegrown versions, and the modification to the Kent variant, and the idea that we’ve got to be so on our guard and track and tracing it so carefully that we don’t expand our homegrown version"  read more »

South Africa variant: Do you need third jab and does it affect lockdown?

200208 | Reports reveal impact of G7 summits on hosts | benefits for businesses "For most summit had no impact"

proportion of businesses experiencing a positive impact appeared to be largely counterbalanced by those where the impact was negative

Reports reveal impact of G7 summits on hosts

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210208 | Biggest rail upgrade in Cornwall since 1950s now complete

Biggest rail upgrade in Cornwall since 1950s now complete
The work to upgrade the St Ives - Carbis Line in West Cornwall is now complete (Image: Network Rail)

 

Biggest rail upgrade in Cornwall since 1950s now complete

The upgrade work to the St Ives train line has now been completed

8 February 2021 Biggest rail upgrade in Cornwall since 1950s now complete

By Olivier Vergnault

The biggest investment in Cornwall’s rail network since the 1950s is complete.  read more »

210122 | Cornwall's plans for community coronavirus testing for high-risk workers | BUSINESSES being asked for feedback on plans

Cornwall's plans for community coronavirus testing for high-risk workers

Thursday, 4 February 2021 - Health

The Post

by The Post  read more »

210204 | Hayle harbour development on hold | Next phase of harbour plans deferred by

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 on hold

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210204 | Hayle North Quay Cornwall Council decision due

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 North Quay Cornwall Council decision due

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210204 | Police object to major Hayle harbour development | The force wants the developer to pay for additional police resources

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

Police object to major Hayle harbour development

The force wants the developer to pay for additional police resources in the area  read more »

210201 | Covidiots: The worst excuses Devon and Cornwall Police hear from lockdown rule breakers

Covidiots: The worst excuses Devon and Cornwall Police hear from lockdown rule breakers

From fishing trips and moving beehives to Covid-denial and claims of ignorance - police have heard them all but new excuses are still leaving officers stunned  read more »

Padstow 210129 | Padstow to ban second home owners from buying new builds

Padstow to ban second home owners from buying new builds

'Our own residents have told us it is depressing to have so many houses in the town empty'  read more »

The Dash Poem (By Linda Ellis)

The Memorial Walk Benches article in the July/August issue of the Pump at Hayle’s wonderful King George V Memorial Walk led me to the following that I heard read at an obituary:  read more »

210201 | February and March 2021 | Council Corner

Council Corner

February and March 2021

2021/2022 Precept Demand

Hayle Town Council’s Precept will increase this year by 5.9%. The final Precept for 2021/22 is £635,784.

The Town Council uses the precept funding to continue to provide many services such as public realm CCTV, public conveniences, footpaths maintenance and management of all open spaces, including Hayle Recreation Ground and King George V Memorial Walk, the Open-Air Swimming Pool, Hayle Community Centre and Hayle Library. Additionally, the Town Council continues to work with and support a number of groups and organisations in the town annually, including Hayle Day Care Centre, Hayle in Bloom, Hayle Decorative Lights and it also contributes to the work of the Towans Ranger.  read more »

PA20/11368 | Erection of 85 residential dwellings with associated landscaping and infrastructure. | Land Off Viaduct Hill Viaduc

PA20/11368 | Erection of 85 residential dwellings with associated landscaping and infrastructure. | Land Off Viaduct Hill Viaduct Hill Hayle Cornwall TR27 5HT


Burrington Estates (Hayle) Ltd and Progress Land (Hayle 3) Ltd

 

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PA20/09715 | Outline planning permission all matters reserved: Development of up to 15 residential units | Wheal Alfred Road

PA20/09715 | Outline planning permission with all matters reserved: Development of up to 15 residential units, together with associated works | Land West Of Hayle Golf Range Wheal Alfred Road Hayle Cornwall TR27 5JT


Outline planning permission with all matters reserved: Development of up to 15 residential units, together with associated works

Ref. No: PA20/09715 | Status: Pending Consideration  read more »

210129 | COVID-19 update | Many ways to contact us in a non-emergency | Devon & Cornwall Police

Information sent on behalf of Devon and Cornwall Police
COVID-19 update
With the current restrictions in place, Devon & Cornwall Police are seeing an increased demand with reports and concerns around Covid 19 breaches, this is in addition to existing contacts from members of the public who need help.
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210122 | Applications are now open for the 2nd round Additional Restrictions Grant | apply by midnight 31 January 2021

Applications opened for Cornwall’s Additional Restrictions Grant scheme

Cornwall Council has launched the application process for the Additional Restrictions Grant (ARG) scheme, aimed at businesses which have been forced to close or limit trading during the current coronavirus lockdown.??  read more »

210122 | Stay local and stay safe when exercising in lockdown

Stay local and stay safe when exercising in lockdown

Residents across Cornwall are being urged to stay safe when venturing out for their daily exercise.  read more »

210122 | Sports club fined £1,000 for serving alcohol during lockdown

Sports club fined £1,000 for serving alcohol during lockdown

A sports club in Cornwall has been fined £1,000 for serving alcohol inside the premises in breach of Covid regulations.  read more »

210123 | "Let the adults take over" says business owner, as his supply chain collapses

All of these people interestingly all say the same thing. We were not given the time required to adjust to the deal agreed on the 24th December, and to put the systems in place to avoid the chaos that is now unfolding.

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Milk Delivery | Local Information

Thousand Hills Dairy (phone 07955 507284 email thousandhillsdairy@hotmail.com) delivers to Angarrack Monday, Wednesday and Friday and as well as milk and cream can bring bread and other supplies if needed

With the withdrawal of Milk and More - Jason, a former employee can deliver to Angarrack Tuesday and Friday; Roddas and Trink milk and Yeo Valley Organic milk - email Jrobertsmilk@gmail.com for a product list

updated Mon 25 January 2021

210124 | Milk doorstep delivery - Jason - former M&M employee

Milk doorstep delivery


Hi

I'm Jason, former M&M employee.

I have continued to deliver to my existing
Customers from my round, as a private milkman.
I have now started to deliver in Your area,

On Tuesday and Friday

I deliver Roddas and Trink milk, .
Roddas @£1.10 1 litre/ £1.70 2 litre

Trink (full cream) @£1.60/£2.60 litre

Also Yeo valley organic @£1.60/£2.60

lf you would like to resume your milk
Deliveries, please email me at
Jrobertsmilk@gmail.com

I can then email you a product list.

Thanks Jason "

210122 | G7 in Cornwall: joy and concern as Carbis Bay chosen to host summit

G7 in Cornwall: joy and concern as Carbis Bay chosen to host summit

Local people expect an economic boost but worry about potential mayhem in the small seaside resort  read more »

210120 | Cornwall councillors have called on the Government to provide immediate extra funding for adult social care as well as

"Cllr Kirkham said: “Boris said on the steps of Downing Street ‘I will sort out social care in 100 days’ – now we have another increase on taxpayers. It is very frustrating, it makes me very, very angry.”

She said that the council was having to put the burden of funding social care services on residents who cannot afford it."

 

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210119 | Furious Cornish locals say tourists from GERMANY are travelling to the area to stay in holiday lets during Covid lockdo

Furious Cornish locals say tourists from GERMANY are travelling to the area to stay in holiday lets during Covid lockdown amid row over city dwellers fleeing to their second homes

  • John Rowe, 52, said a German family asked him for directions during lockdown
  • Local politicians concerned over Britons staying in second homes or holiday lets
  • Police in region fined £1,400 to seven people who rented holiday let for party
  • The comments come amid a crackdown on people travelling during lockdown

210114 | Eustice grilled on his fishing deal

Eustice grilled on his fishing deal

 George Eustice MP (Conservative, Camborne & Redruth)
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210117 | Cornwall Council environmental challenge over A30 upgrade | accused of driving hole through own commitment to protect n

Cornwall Council environmental challenge over A30 upgrade

Joses Meadow and Groon Cottage

Joses Meadow and Groon Cottage  read more »

210117 | 17th January G7 2021 summit coming to Carbis Bay, Cornwall

17th January  read more »

210115 | Spirit of the guidance - not just the letter of the law | Devon & Cornwall Police

Information sent on behalf of Devon and Cornwall Police
Spirit of the guidance - not just the letter of the law
Message from Chief Constable Shaun Sawyer
Devon and Cornwall Police is asking communities to act within the spirit of latest national COVID-19 regulations, not just to the letter of the law.
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210113 | Shielding support for clinically extremely vulnerable residents

Shielding support for clinically extremely vulnerable residents

210114 | Covid-19 outbreak confirmed at The Beeches Nursing Home in Hayle | The home remains closed to visitors

Covid-19 outbreak confirmed at The Beeches Nursing Home in Hayle

The home remains closed to visitors  read more »

200113 | Denmark’s CDC thinks new B117 #SARSCoV2 variant is so much more contagious (R +0.4 to +0.7) | Scenarios for developmen

Cornwall & IoS COVID 19 Cases: 7 Day Rolling Average
Expected number of infected with cluster B.1.1.7, depending on the number of contacts, 1 January 2021 to 31 March 2021 (Source: Statens Serum Institut)

Denmark’s CDC thinks new B117 #SARSCoV2 variant is so much more contagious (R +0.4 to +0.7) & inevitable that **if any country does not crush the R<0.7 now**, we will be completely #COVID19 screwed by Feb/March.  read more »

200113 | Covid update for Cornwall and beyond

Cornwall & IoS COVID 19 Cases: 7 Day Rolling Average

Covid update for Cornwall and beyond

200113 | Owners of South Crofty mine to list on AIM to finance new tin and copper drilling at United Downs; £5m

Owners of South Crofty mine to list on AIM to finance new tin and copper drilling in Cornwall

Cornish Metals are hoping to drill to 8Km to prospect for tin, copper and lithium  read more »

210112 | Follow the rules or there could be tragic consequences’ - Newquay carer’s no-nonsense message after - Cornwall Council

‘Follow the rules or there could be tragic consequences’ - Newquay carer’s no-nonsense message after contracting Covid-19

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210112 | Soaring Covid-19 cases in Newquay are now comparable to areas of London - Cornwall Council

Soaring Covid-19 cases in Newquay are now comparable to areas of London

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210112 | Royal Navy blow up World War II mortar bomb found on beach in Cornwall; cordon set up overnight after device discovered

Royal Navy EOD claim device found on Hayle beach is a World War Two Spigot Mortar round (Image: Portreath HM Coastguard team)
 The scene where Devon and Cornwall Police Officers are preventing access to the beach (Image: Sam Beamish/Cornwall Live)

Royal Navy blow up World War Two mortar bomb found on beach in Cornwall

A cordon was set up overnight after the device was discovered  read more »

210111 | Mysterious Cornwall shipwrecks re-emerge for first time in decades

Experts are unsure which ship these remains are from (Picture: Cornwall Live/BPM Media)
Many locals cannot remember ever seeing the wrecks at Porth Kidney Sands near St Ives (Picture: Cornwall Live/BPM Media)
The French brigantine Providence or the German brigantine Albert Wilhelm are believed to be the most likely contenders (Picture: Cornwall Live/BPM Media)
The wooden structures do not reveal much about their origins (Picture: Cornwall Live/BPM Media)

Mysterious Cornwall shipwrecks re-emerge for first time in decades

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210112 | Police use ANPR to track essential journeys in Cornwall and Devon

Cornwall & IoS COVID 19 Cases: 7 Day Rolling Average

Police use ANPR to track essential journeys in Cornwall and Devon

Police in Cornwall are using ANPR camer <span class='read-more'><a href= read more »

210112 | Cornwall Police Federation chairman Andy Berry on policing ; urging public not to ‘push the boundaries’

Cornwall & IoS COVID 19 Cases: 7 Day Rolling Average

Cornwall Police Federation chairman Andy Berry on policing

Policing by consent

Policing by consent  read more »

210112 | Ask our communities to follow spirit of Government’s COVID-19 guidance not just letter of law | Devon & Cornwall Police

Information sent on behalf of Devon and Cornwall Police
COVID - Statement from Devon and Cornwall Police
We ask our communities to follow the spirit of the Government’s COVID-19 guidance, not just the letter of the law
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210112 | Geothermal rum distillery project receives £70K from Government green fund This geothermal rum distillery has received

Geothermal rum distillery project receives £70K from Government green fund

This geothermal rum distillery has received green funding from the Government to get off the ground  read more »

200109 | Amazon Wish List for Paradise Park: make a donation | Paradise Park hopes for winter support

9th January

Amazon Wish List for Paradise Park: make a donation

n Paradise Park hopes for at Hayle is hop <span class='read-more'><a href= read more »

210110 | Royal Cornwall hospitals ask for support in response to covid-19

Cornwall & IoS COVID 19 Cases: 7 Day Rolling Average

 

 

10th January  read more »

200110 | George Eustice MP gives go-ahead for bee killing pesticide

George Eustice MP gives go-ahead for bee killing pesticide

10th January  read more »

Approved with conditions | PA19/03725 | Outline application all matters reserved: Proposed new dwelling - Angarrack Farm House

Proposed construction of 2 storey dwelling - Angarrack Farm House 12 Grist Lane Angarrack Hayle TR27 5HZ

Ref. No: PA20/04787 | Received date: Thu 11 Jun 2020 | Status: Approved with conditions | Case Type: Planning Application

 

 


https://planning.cornwall.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=QBT2L0FG0JQ00

 

 

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210107 | Royal Cornwall Hospital reveals Covid patient number increase of 1,300 per cent

Covid clusters in the south, west and mid Cornwall

Royal Cornwall Hospital number of Covid patients in wards

Royal Cornwall Hospital Covid patients rise

Royal Cornwall Hospital Covi  read more »

210107 | Covid virus 'very nearly' out of control in Cornwall warns health chief

Covid clusters in the south, west and mid Cornwall

She said at the end of the lockdown in early December Cornwall was at a rate of 18 cases per 100,000, today it was at 301.7 per 100,000  read more »


210106 | Huge rise in Covid cases in Cornwall show on cluster map

Covid clusters in the south, west and mid Cornwall

6th January  read more »

210104 | Philps Bakery halts production after positive Covid test

4th January  read more »

210105 | Cornwall Council follow Covid rules for lockdown 3; Cornwall residents urged to follow rules after lock down announce

Cornwall Council follow Covid rules for lockdown 3

Planning 2021 | Angarrack

Planning matters in 2021 in Angarrack

201230 | What can you do in Tier 3: Cornwall moves to very high alert

30th December  read more »

201230 | Cornwall train line to get £3million upgrade in St Ives

 

30th December  read more »

201230 | Cornwall to move into Tier 3 from New Year's Eve

30th December  read more »

201220 | Kernowite: New mineral found on rock mined in Cornwall | BBC

Kernowite has a distinctive dark green colour

Kernowite: New mineral found on rock mined in Cornwall

Published
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201220 | Major upgrade of A30 in Cornwall about to reach new level: Main works will be starting in 2021 road closures announced

Major upgrade of the A30 in Cornwall is about to reach a new level

The main works will be starting in 2021 and road closures have been announced by Highways England  read more »

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 - 30 Steamers Hill Angarrack TR27 5JB

Ref. No: PA20/09906 | Received date: Thu 12 Nov 2020 | Status: Pending Consideration | Case Type: Planning Application

 

Applicants:

 

Mr & Miss

Luke & Romy - Jo

Outram & Johnson

30, Steamers Hill

Has the work or change of use already started?     No  read more »

201220 | Residents, businesses and visitors urged to follow new public health and travel guidance as Covid-19 cases rise

Residents, businesses and visitors urged to follow new public health and travel guidance as Covid-19 cases rise - Cornwall Council

Cornwall Council and Visit Cornwall are urging residents, businesses and visitors alike to follow the new rules following the Downing Street press conference on Saturday (December 19).

Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced changes to the tier system to include a new Tier 4, which features strict rules similar to those of a national lockdown.  read more »

201220 | New Covid cases clusters in Cornwall map almost treble in week

20th December New Covid cases clusters in Cornwall map almost treble in week By Emma Ferguson @PacketEmma New Covid cases clusters in Cornwall map almost treble in week  New Covid cases clusters in Cornwall map almost treble in week 69 comments  The numbe

20th December  read more »

201222 | Ultrafast broadband in Cornwall from Wildanet with £50m funding

Ultrafast broadband in Cornwall from Wildanet with £50m funding

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