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Bodmin fights back – Protest against new link road

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 frameworks@cornwall.gov.uk by […]

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King Edward Mine open day

King Edward Mine near Troon Open day Sunday May 1st 2011 A
 Family
Day 
Out Including
 Free
 Entry 
to
 the 
Museum Site
 Open
 10.00 
to 
16.00 Car 
Parking 
£2
 per
 car Historic
 Working
 Exhibits,
 Refreshments, Heyl 
Town 
Band,
 Choirs,
 Traditional
 Music
 and
 Dancing, Steam
 Engines,
  Models,
 Displays,
 Vintage 
Vehicles Activities 
for
 Children More Info Slideshow from the 2008 […]

porthleven food festival 2016

St Piran’s day celebrations 2011

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 […]

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Holmans in its Heyday – Holman Climax – Film Show

HOLMANS IN ITS HEYDAY – HOLMAN CLIMAX – FILM SHOW CAMBORNE WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH – FRIDAY 12TH FEBRUARY 2010 7PM START, DOORS OPEN AT 6:30PM FREE ADMISSION, REFRESHMENTS AVAILABLE CORNWALL CENTRE, REDRUTH MON 15TH FEB 7:30PM OPIE BULIDING CORNWALL COLLEGE, POOL WED 17TH FEB 7:30PM OTHER SCREENINGS: D O O R S  O P E […]

porthleven food festival 2016

Newquay Fish Festival 2009 – Proper job

Newquay Fish Festival The 2009 Newquay Fish Festival was by far the best ever. The harbour was thriving with people from far and wide as the aroma of barbecued fish hung in the warm Indian summer air. There’s something very special about Newquay Harbour that the festival really brings to life; maybe its the proper […]

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Charter Day celebrations bi-annual event announced

Today marks the anniversary of the The Charter of Pardon 1508. Five hundred and one years ago King Henry VII of England granted the tinners of Kernow (Cornwall) a pardon for which they paid the sum of £1000. This charter is still legal today as confirmed as valid by the Lord Chancellor in 1977, it […]