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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

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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

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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

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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

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

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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

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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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201221 | CRFU Cluster League: Cornwall rugby teams in new tournament

21st December  read more »

201222 | Major progress at huge Cornish beachfront development |Five-storey apartment block nears completion at North Quay in Ha

The Block D apartments at North Quay in Hayle, Cornwall, will be named An Garth (The Yard)
Celebrating reaching the highpoint in the construction of the five-storey apartment building at North Quay, in Hayle, are Corinthian Homes construction director David Speight (centre) with (left) architect Rob Hebblethwaite, of FCB Studios, and Richard Sc
The North Quay area of Hayle, before redevelopment
How the North Quay housing and business scheme in Hayle, Cornwall, is planned to look

Major progress at huge Cornish beachfront development

Five-storey apartment block nears completion at North Quay in Hayle as overall 'coastal quarter' scheme moves forward at pace  read more »

201220 | Cornish village Angarrack where the Christmas lights are off but somebody’s home

Bobby Thomas has lived in Angarrack for years.
Bobby Thomas and his labrador Kim
12 days of Christmas with Angarrack Christmas Lights last year
Billy Quitco in the Angarrack Inn
The viaduct bisects the village of Angarrack

Cornish village Angarrack where the Christmas lights are off but somebody’s home

It's normally full of visitors eager to see its famous Christmas lights in December  read more »

1825 | 1825 plan of Hayle in Cornwall, showing the design for bridges, a turnpike road and an embankment causeway | Twitter

1825 plan of Hayle in Cornwall, showing the design for bridges, a turnpike road and an embankment causeway
Plan - 1825 plan of Hayle in Cornwall, showing the design for bridges, a turnpike road and an embankment causeway

201218 | Covid outbreak at Cornwall hospital leads to rise in patients

Covid outbreak at Cornwall hospital leads to rise in patients

By Daniel Clark Local Democracy Reporter
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201217 | 17th December Mawnan Smith school closes after positive Covid 19 cases

17th December

Mawnan Smith school closes after positive Covid 19 cases

201218 | Malcolm Bell suggests "Celebrate midsummer this year instead of New Year"

Malcolm Bell suggest Cornwall ditch Christmas

By Richard Whitehouse Local Democracy Reporter

201214 | Sanitiser's coming to town! Cornwall says enjoy Christmas and don't forget the "snowcial" distancing | Cornwall Council

In the run up to Christmas and new year it is more important than ever to follow the rules in Cornwall.

There was good news recently – we're in the lowest tier of restrictions and early progress is being made with the vaccine roll-out.

But this is not the time to let our guard down and see everyone’s hard work go to waste.

Cllr Sally Hawken, Cornwall Council’s Portfolio Holder for Children, Wellbeing and Public Health, said: “If anything, now is the time to redouble our efforts to follow the public health guidelines, and to ensure we do not waste the hard work we have already put in.

“This is especially important as we build up towards Christmas and new year – which is traditionally a time for socialising.  read more »

201214 | 'New variant' of coronavirus found in the UK, Matt Hancock has told MPs

'New variant' of coronavirus found in the UK

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201214 | A30 reopens after crash at Hayle The crash occurred along a stretch that has been the scene of many smashes

Westbound queues on the A30 just before Hayle on Super Saturday

A30 reopens after crash at Hayle

The crash occurred along a stretch that has been the scene of many smashes  read more »

PA19/08727 Land Adj To 17 Back Lane, Angarrack | Hayle Town Council to consider at council meeting Thu 17 Dec

 

Hayle Planning Applications

The following planning applications are due to be considered by Hayle Town Council at its full council meeting on Thursday 17 December 2020 and the details can be viewed on Cornwall Council’s website by clicking on the application reference:

PA19/08727 Land Adj To 17 Back Lane, Angarrack, Hayle TR27 5JE

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201205 | How do Christmas bubbles work in Cornwall? All you need to know

How do Christmas bubbles work in Cornwall?

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201202 | Cornwall’s front-line health and care workers will get Covid-19 vaccine next week

Cornwall’s front-line health and care workers will get Covid-19 vaccine next week

Posted By theboss on 2nd December 2020

By Richard Whitehouse  read more »

201201 | Cornwall’s “NHS heroes” once more forced to pay for hospital car parking, despite government promise

 

Cornwall’s “NHS heroes” once more forced to pay for hospital car parking, despite government promise

Posted By theboss on 1st December 2020

By Richard Whitehouse  read more »

201202 | Chemicals from plastic in ocean lead to animal deformities new study finds; Biologists in Cornwall have found chemicals

Biologists in Cornwall have found that chemicals released in the ocean from plastic can lead to deformities in marine animals
Sea urchins have been shown to grow deformed when in contact with chemicals from marine plastic
Sea urchins grow with deformities if in contact with chemicals from marine plastics, scientists from Cornwall have shown
nurdles are the plastic pellets

Chemicals from plastic in ocean lead to animal deformities new study finds

Scientists from Cornwall have shown that chemicals leaching from marine plastic can lead to deformities in some species like sea urchins  read more »

201203 | Milk & More pulling out of Cornwall cutting off nearly 4,000 customers

Milk & More pulling out of Cornwall cutting off nearly 4,000 customers

It said it is no longer cost effective to operate in the county  read more »

201202 | Cornwall has the most empty houses and second homes in the country; 'It does annoy people'

A screenshot of the report by Structural Repairs

Cornwall has the most empty houses and second homes in the country

'It does annoy people'  read more »

201202 | BBC wildlife presenter Gillian Burke: I wasn’t part of a community until I moved to Cornwall 'Now I wince when someone

BBC wildlife presenter Gillian Burke: I wasn’t part of a community until I moved to Cornwall

'Now I wince when someone says Cornwall is in England. I’m like, well, not quite!'  read more »

201202 | Several residents have died after Covid outbreak at care home | Coronavirus

The latest Covid-19 cluster map shows that Callington and Pensilva - which is in Tier 1 - has a higher incidence of the disease than anywhere in Plymouth, which is in Tier 2.

Several residents have died after Covid outbreak at Callington care home

The care home is working tirelessly to contain the outbreak  read more »

201202 | Campaign launched for a “new Edward Hain hospital” – but health chiefs prefer their existing plan at Penzance

Campaign launched for a “new Edward Hain hospital” – but health chiefs prefer their existing plan at Penzance

Posted By Anne North on 2nd December 2020

By Richard Whitehouse and Anne North  read more »

201130 | Another Covid lockdown is “possible” in January, warns Camborne & Redruth MP George Eustice

The latest Covid-19 cluster map shows that Callington and Pensilva - which is in Tier 1 - has a higher incidence of the disease than anywhere in Plymouth, which is in Tier 2.

Another Covid lockdown is “possible” in January, warns Camborne & Redruth MP George Eustice

Posted By Julia Penhaligon on 30th November 2020

By Julia Penhaligon  read more »

201203 | Today is the first day of the next Covid-19 regime, as all six of Cornwall’s MPs back Boris Johnson’s 3-Tier system of

The latest Covid-19 cluster map shows that Callington and Pensilva - which is in Tier 1 - has a higher incidence of the disease than anywhere in Plymouth, which is in Tier 2.

Today is the first day of the next Covid-19 regime, as all six of Cornwall’s MPs back Boris Johnson’s 3-Tier system of rules and regulations

Posted By Anne North on 2nd December 2020

By Anne North  read more »

201201 | Celebrity chef Raymond Blanc films ITV series at new TV studio in Cornwall It’s a venture between a Cornish hotel and

Raymond Blanc recording his new TV series at the Cornish studio
Celebrity chef Raymon Blanc filming at the Carbis Bay TV studio

Celebrity chef Raymond Blanc films ITV series at new TV studio in Cornwall

It’s a venture between a Cornish hotel and production company  read more »

201202 | Cookie Queen Jo set to expand baking start-up business; Jo Onda set up Cookie Queen business making cookie sandwiches

Cookie Queen Jo set to expand baking start-up business

Jo Onda set up Cookie Queen business making cookie sandwiches and now she's expanding  read more »

201201 | A fine line separates Felixstowe and Falmouth - Tier One and Tier Two comparisons

A fine line separates Felixstowe and Falmouth - Tier One and Tier Two comparisons

  Posted: 01.12.20 at 16:58 by Joe Macey and Derek Davis  read more »

201203 | The curious case of the council tax write-off and the hole in the ground in Hayle is set to have its day in

EXCLUSIVE: The curious case of the council tax write-off and the hole in the ground in Hayle is set to have its day in court

Posted By theboss on 3rd December 2020  read more »

1876 | SS Bride sailed from Hayle to London with mining machinery built at Harvey's Foundry for South Africa diamond mines

On this day 9th November in 1876, the West Briton reported that the ship SS Bride had sailed from Hayle to London with mining machinery built at Harvey's Foundry. The machinery would then be sent to South Africa for use in the diamond mines


 

 

 

201127 | 27th November Which tiers can travel to Cornwall and what can they do?

Am I allowed to travel to another Tier? Restriction rules explained

27th November  read more »

201119 | Cornwall likely to join Coronavirus 'hotspot' list once national lockdown ends

This map shows how likely each local authority area is to be over 100 weekly cases per 100,000 in the week ending December 6
This map shows how likely each local authority area is to be over 100 weekly cases per 100,000 in the week ending December 6.
Imperial's projections for Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly's Covid-19 infection rate.

Cornwall likely to join Coronavirus 'hotspot' list once national lockdown ends

Study by Imperial College London projects Cornwall's R number to be more than 1.0  read more »

201119 | Angry Cornwall shopkeepers say big retailers are exploiting lockdown loopholes

 

Angry Cornwall shopkeepers say big retailers are exploiting lockdown loopholes

Cornwall's business chief says it’s ‘blatantly unfair’  read more »

201119 | Sheep farmers blast George Eustice for 'unrealistic' no-deal Brexit comments

Sheep farmers blast George Eustice for 'unrealistic' no-deal Brexit comments

The Environment Secretary has come under fire from industry leaders following a recent interview  read more »

201117 | People from Cornwall to take part in Covid vaccine research

17th November  read more »

201113 | Three positive cases of Covid-19 confirmed at Bodriggy Academy primary school in Hayle, number of pupils & teachers

Three positive cases of Covid-19 confirmed at Bodriggy Academy primary school in Hayle

A number of pupils and teachers have been told to stay at home and self isolate  read more »

201114 | Rapid Covid testing coming to Falmouth as part of pilot scheme

 

14th November  read more »

201112 | New clean mining circular technology research centre to be launched in Cornwall

New clean mining circular technology research centre to be launched in Cornwall

The Camborne School of Mines and Exeter University will lead the new research centre, designed to revolutionise how crucial metals are extracted, used and reused in clean and digital technologies  read more »

201113 | Bird flu: New restrictions in Cornwall and UK over Avian Influenza

Bird flu: New restrictions in Cornwall and UK over Avian Influenza

By Lisa Young @SouthWestFarmer Agricultural reporter
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201111 | Latest coronavirus cases in Cornwall on cluster map rise by 100

Latest coronavirus cases in Cornwall on cluster map rise by 100
11th November

Latest coronavirus cases in Cornwall on cluster map rise by 100

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201102 | Pheasant to be classed as “nuisance” species as government forces shooting estates to seek licences

Pheasant to be classed as “nuisance” species as government forces shooting estates to seek licences

Posted By Rashleigh MacFarlane on 2nd November 2020

By Rashleigh MacFarlane  read more »

201104 | Cornwall Council to push forward Hayle housing and A30 junction improvements

Cornwall Council to push forward Hayle housing and A30 junction improvements

Cornwall Council will ensure that new homes for local people in Hayle and improvements to a major A30 junction become a reality.  read more »

Mining

Mining - see also Environment/Going Green

201029 | Upgrade for Mount's Bay coast path to improve resilience and accessibility for walkers and cyclists EU funded

Upgrade for Mount's Bay coast path

 
 

Long Rock Defences Image 10 Resized

Photo: Simon Rickwood, Bang Bang Creative  read more »

201027 | County Hall’s compulsory purchase threat alarms Hayle landowners

EXCLUSIVE: County Hall’s compulsory purchase threat alarms Hayle landowners

Posted By Rashleigh MacFarlane on 30th October 2020

By Rashleigh MacFarlane  read more »

201030 | Covid-19: West Yorkshire set to join Manchester as high-risk area with direct flights to Newquay Airport

Covid-19: West Yorkshire set to join Manchester as high-risk area with direct flights to Newquay Airport

Posted By Peter Tremayne on 30th October 2020

By Peter Tremayne  read more »

201029 | Covid-19: cases doubling every nine days

Covid-19: cases doubling every nine days

Covid-19: cases doubling every nine days

Posted By Anne North on 29th October 2020

By Anne North  read more »

201028 | Covid-19: only 9% of cases in Cornwall affect over 60s, but over 65s make up nearly 90% of fatalities

Covid-19: only 9% of cases in Cornwall affect over 60s, but over 65s make up nearly 90% of fatalities

Covid-19: only 9% of cases in Cornwall affect over 60s, but over 65s make up nearly 90% of fatalities

Posted By Anne North on 28th October 2020

By Daniel Clark and Anne North  read more »

201030 | Legal challenge to pheasant shooting could change the face of the Cornish countryside

Legal challenge to pheasant shooting could change the face of the Cornish countryside

Posted By Rashleigh MacFarlane on 30th October 2020

By Rashleigh MacFarlane  read more »

201027 | Hayle stabbing: Thomas Whitehorn faces murder charge

Hayle stabbing: Thomas Whitehorn faces murder charge

Published
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201026 | Man, 74, in custody as police investigate suspected murder at Hayle

Man, 74, in custody as police investigate suspected murder at Hayle

Posted By Peter Tremayne on 26th October 2020

By Peter Tremayne

A 74-year-old man from Hayle is in custody on suspicion of murder, following the death of a woman in her 50s.  read more »

201022 | Whole year group sent home after positive COVID-19 case at Trevithick Learning Academy in Camborne

Whole year group sent home after positive COVID-19 case at Trevithick Learning Academy in Camborne

The school is asking all children in the bubble to self-isolate for 14 days  read more »

201023 | St Ives School shuts after three staff members test positive for COVID-19

St Ives School shuts after three staff members test positive for COVID-19

All cases were confirmed this week  read more »