Dates for Launch Events as follows… The Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Local Enterprise Partnership has successfully secured funding to help small businesses trading in town centres to develop their digital skills and grow their business online. The fund is open to all small businesses whether you are a shop, guest house, restaurant or office. […]
Lostwithiel Dickensian Evening 2014 Thursday December 11th
Nathan Outlaw will be demonstrating at this years 10th anniversary of the Boscastle Food Art & Craft Festival 4th and 5th October. On the 16th August 2004 a flood swept through the village causing much damage, the community rallied together and the first Boscastle Festival took place in October.
Tweet Bus ‘Buy Cornish’ #BuyCornish
Q Fund event to highlight Cornish literature, raise money and enjoy an evening with a unique assembly of writers and performers. Mylor Theatre, Truro, Monday 7th October 2013.
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Bodmin protest march against the new ‘link road’ through Priory Fields at Bodmin. This is the start of the Council’s grand scheme to increase the number of houses in Bodmin by 47% in just 20 years and the population by 41%. More info here Save Priory fields facebook page To complain write to email@example.com by […]
Picture from Launceston Today 2011 Joseph’s amazing camels are back in Launceston this Friday 7th December for Launceston late night shopping. There will be music, The Grenaways, Energia Samba Band, Launceston Town Band, Belly Laugh’s, A Fairground, Santa’s Grotto, 50/50 Draw, Lantern Bearers, A Buttermarket, Roasted Chestnuts, Hog Roast, Candy Floss, Donuts, Coconut Shy, Buskers & […]
The Cornish Local Plan (formerly the ‘Core Strategy), which will be endorsed by the Cabinet of Cornwall Council before being submitted to the Secretary of State this month, is a source of great anxiety. It will be tested by an Inspector as to whether or not it is ‘sound’. Soundness is a subjective quality around […]
‘OUR CORNWALL’, a campaign group supported by Trelawney Alliance (Camborne), SOUL (St Austell), Truro Concern and CoSERG (Cornish Social Economic Research Group) and many other bodies, will present a copy of an open letter to Councillors calling for a complete re-think of the policy to build 48,000 houses in Cornwall over the next 20 years, and […]
This year see’s the tenth anniversary of the Newquay Fish Festival, to be held on the 14th 15th 16th September at the harbour.
‘Enough is enough!’ NEW CAMPAIGN GROUP CHALLENGES 20 YEAR PLANNING STRATEGY New group gathering support for September 27th launch Cornwall Council’s Local Plan (Core Strategy) for the next twenty years is moving towards a critical decision. It includes a housing target of 48,000 houses, well up on the 41, 320 actually built in the last […]
The Cornish pressure group Kernow Calling has received confirmation from Malcolm Bell (head of Visit Cornwall and Cornish Tourism) that the term county should no longer be used when referring to Cornwall, instead the terms Cornwall, Cornish, Duchy and region will be used in all comms and England references should be avoided… Hi I have been on […]
Cornwall Council is in the process of preparing a Core Strategy for Cornwall which proposes the building of 48,000 new houses in 20 years. This will clearly bring huge changes to Cornwall and to the people who live here. The Management Committee of Bewnans Kernow (the partnership of 65 Cornish cultural organisations) is concerned about […]
A campaign has been launched to oppose a proposed “pasty tax” which could see the cost of Cornwall’s traditional food rise by 20%. Join the facebook Campaign group. Sign e-petition
Over the last couple of years, the Route Partnership’s Isles of Scilly Link Project has exercised and focused many minds in the community on what is appropriate development for the seafront of our town. That ultimately failed proposal has been sadly divisive for the community, but it is notable that what everyone involved in the […]
An Improved Scheme for the Isles of Scilly Link Saves around £25m compared with Cornwall Council scheme, provides a stimulus for economic growth and regeneration, makes the most of local resources, conserves coastal heritage, and dramatically reduces the risk to the Council and to council-tax payers. In response to calls from the Department of Transport […]
People all across Cornwall turned out this weekend for Piran’s day celebrations. Proud to be Cornish…. Truro parade led by Howard Curnow the driving force behind St Piran celebrations, alongside Tony Piper Bewnans Kernow. Mayor of Truro Ron Cooke spoke to the crowd in the Cornish language, pictured with Chairman of Cornwall Council Mrs Pat Harvey. The grand Bard of the […]
CORNISH CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING To be held on Saturday 20th November 2010 .10.00am Truro City Council Chamber, Boscawen Street, Truro The public are invited to attend from 11am to hear speeches by Councillor Adam Killeya (Mayor of Saltash) ‘Keeping Cornwall Whole – the view from Saltash’ and ‘The new Parliament’ Andrew George MP Cornish Constitutional Convention Keep […]