Christmas Lights

In The News

190912 | Drop-in sessions on health care in west Cornwall

Drop-in sessions on health care in west Cornwall

Drop-in sessions on health care in west Cornwall

Published by Emma Carton at 3:15pm 12th September 2019. (Updated at 3:18pm 12th September 2019)

Drop-in sessions are being held on the future of health care in west Cornwall.

The first is happening in St Ives tonight, amid a review of community services right across Penwith.  read more »

190907 | White storks are released in Britain in the hope they will breed after more than 600 years

White storks are released in Britain in the hope they will breed after more than 600 years

 read more »

190908 | White storks spread across England for first time in 600 years as rewilding project tackles biodiversity crisis

White storks spread across England for first time in 600 years as rewilding project tackles biodiversity crisis

Sixth mass-extinction event to ever face our planet is currently underway, scientists warn  read more »

190830 | Birders claim first sighting of brown booby in UK

190902 | Two Communities, 300 Miles Apart, Celebrate Their Solidarity | Grenfell Street Mousehole

Street Sign to Carry the Grenfell Green Heart

Two Communities, 300 Miles Apart, Celebrate Their Solidarity

 read more »

190831 | Owner distraught after horrific acid attack on dog in Cornwall

190830 | Rogue gardener forced pensioners to pay for work they didn't want

The couple telephoned the Citizens Advice Consumer Service on 03454 040506 and asked for help. A Trading Standards team was dispatched immediately and intervened, preventing the couple from paying any money to Eastwood.

Failed to provide any written quotation, failed to provide written advice about the couple’s 14 day cooling-off period and failed to provide any information as to the legal name and address of the business.

To help members of the public avoid the rogues, Cornwall Council also offers a list of local businesses that have been checked and tested and are “Trading Standards Approved”.  read more »

190830 | Prorogue Protest Truro

Post a message, sell an item or start a petition

190828 | Dogs on beaches PSPO consultation 2019

How can I have my say on future PSPOs for dogs on beaches?

As part of the consultation we have developed a PSPO (Dogs on Beaches) consultation survey.

Please complete the survey to give your opinion on the future shape of PSPO’s for dog on beaches in Cornwall.

The consultation will run for 12 weeks from 27 August until 19 November 2019.

Once the survey closes, we will analyse the responses and report back to the Council.

The intention is that the Council will consider a report in January 2020 on PSPO’s (Dog on Beaches). This report will include the results of the consultation.  read more »

190828 | Should we have dog friendly beaches?

 

Should we have dog friendly beaches?

Wednesday, 28 August 2019 - Environment

by Cornish Times  read more »

190821 | Advance tickets for Penzance to Isles of Scilly helicopter on sale

20th August  read more »

190802 | Saints Trails to be exhibited

Dogs on beaches Public Space Protection Orders Cornwall

What are the current Public Space Protection Orders (Dog on Beaches) in Cornwall?

The current list of PSPO’s shows the PSPO’s that were introduced in 2017, the previous orders and the previous orders for the former Carrick area.  read more »

190731 | Poultry on the Up!

Add to calendar
Syndicate content