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Police called to Falmouth rising bollard after vehicles get stuck - Falmouth Packet

Wed, 12/09/2018 - 05:13

Police called to Falmouth rising bollard after vehicles get stuck
Falmouth Packet
... the access code from the town council to allow passage. "If they were not delivering I would have hoped that the police on site would have educated the drivers on the restriction... "...Whilst there may be a few negative comments flying around ...

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Police called to Falmouth rising bollard after vehicles get stuck - Falmouth Packet

Wed, 12/09/2018 - 05:13

Falmouth Packet

Police called to Falmouth rising bollard after vehicles get stuck
Falmouth Packet
The vehicles were too big to fit through the gas works car park and so police had to type in the code to lower the bollard for them. The new system was put in on Saturday to stop unauthorised vehicles from accessing Falmouth's pedestrianised zone from ...

Martin Day took his own life says coroner - Falmouth Packet

Tue, 11/09/2018 - 14:03

Falmouth Packet

Martin Day took his own life says coroner
Falmouth Packet
A POPULAR footballer from Penryn took his own life, an inquest heard last week. 1 comment. Martin Day, aged 36, was found at home on March 8. Coroner Barrie Van den Berg returned a verdict of suicide at the hearing in Truro last Wednesday. The father ...

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Martin Day took his own life says coroner - Falmouth Packet

Tue, 11/09/2018 - 14:03

Falmouth Packet

Martin Day took his own life says coroner
Falmouth Packet
The father of two, who worked for Rowe's bakery, played for several football clubs including Falmouth Town, Penryn Athletic, Porthleven, Perranwell and Mawnan. Following the tragic incident in spring, his wife of five years Clair told the Packet: "He ...

Final proposals to redraw Scottish political map lodged - Falmouth Packet

Mon, 10/09/2018 - 15:11

Final proposals to redraw Scottish political map lodged
Falmouth Packet
The Boundary Commission for Scotland has laid a final set of recommendations before the UK Parliament after a consultation period. Under new rules, constituencies have to be within 5% of the UK electoral average or “quota” of 74,769, with exceptions ...

Final proposals to redraw Scottish political map lodged - Falmouth Packet

Mon, 10/09/2018 - 15:07

Falmouth Packet

Final proposals to redraw Scottish political map lodged
Falmouth Packet
The Boundary Commission for Scotland has laid a final set of recommendations before the UK Parliament after a consultation period. Under new rules, constituencies have to be within 5% of the UK electoral average or “quota” of 74,769, with exceptions ...

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The Kitchen, Falmouth, restaurant review: book your coracle now - Telegraph.co.uk

Mon, 10/09/2018 - 11:27

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The Kitchen, Falmouth, restaurant review: book your coracle now
Telegraph.co.uk
When news came in of a tiny, quirky, shabby-chic, low-waste, no-menu, ultra-locavore café in Falmouth, just across the Carrick Roads from the in-laws, I immediately tried to book a table. Of course it was no go: they take a few bookings on the evenings ...

Helston Coronation Park boating lake to be drained - Falmouth Packet

Mon, 10/09/2018 - 11:09

Falmouth Packet

Helston Coronation Park boating lake to be drained
Falmouth Packet
... way an attempt to make profit. To help cover the improvements now, Cornwall Council has given £109,005, with £81,447 from the West Cornwall Local Action Group, £52,000 from Helston Town Council and £50,000 put in by the South Kerrier Alliance itself.

Looe festival to go ahead after community effort - Falmouth Packet

Mon, 10/09/2018 - 08:31

Falmouth Packet

Looe festival to go ahead after community effort
Falmouth Packet
Organisers of the “Looe Saves the Day” festival have praised the incredible generosity of local businesses and individual residents, whose donations mean that the initial £30,000 target has been met just 48 hours after the launch of the fund raising ...

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Syrian air raids pound edge of rebel-held Idlib - Falmouth Packet

Sat, 08/09/2018 - 10:20

Falmouth Packet

Syrian air raids pound edge of rebel-held Idlib
Falmouth Packet
Syrian government and Russian planes have targeted the southern edge of Idlib province with a series of air strikes, activists said. The strikes have ratcheted up the pressure on the densely populated rebel-held bastion, a day after Iran and Russia ...

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Code to stop incidents with bollard in Falmouth - Pirate FM

Sat, 08/09/2018 - 06:45

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Code to stop incidents with bollard in Falmouth
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As of today (Saturday 8th September) drivers will need a passcode to zone. The passcode will be made available to local businesses through Falmouth town centre manager, Richard Gates. The council are hoping it will further reduce traffic in the centre.

Thieves steal plants outside rugby club - Falmouth Packet

Fri, 07/09/2018 - 06:15

Falmouth Packet

Thieves steal plants outside rugby club
Falmouth Packet
Helston Town Council would like to develop this scheme to include other roundabouts on the outskirts of the town. If anyone has ... The plants were laid in May as part of a joint project between Helston Town Council and Trevena Cross Nurseries. The ...

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Thieves steal plants outside rugby club - Falmouth Packet

Fri, 07/09/2018 - 06:13

Falmouth Packet

Thieves steal plants outside rugby club
Falmouth Packet
"Many thousands of visitors have been able to enjoy the sight of these schemes over a wonderful summer. Helston Town Council would like to develop this scheme to include other roundabouts on the outskirts of the town. If anyone has information ...

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Court list | Falmouth Packet - Falmouth Packet

Thu, 06/09/2018 - 19:08

Falmouth Packet

Court list | Falmouth Packet
Falmouth Packet
A STITHIANS man who carried an axe in a public place has been given a suspended jail term by Truro magistrates.

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BBC Devon & Cornwall Live: 6 September - BBC News

Thu, 06/09/2018 - 16:52

BBC Devon & Cornwall Live: 6 September
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... warship while she continued to "exercise her rights of free passage". China has accused the UK of "provocative actions". ... "People are turning up in to the town council offices and are handing in cheques, and we've had around £1,200 already ...

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"Nightmare" stretch of road in Flushing needs a passing area, says ... - Falmouth Packet

Thu, 06/09/2018 - 08:43

Falmouth Packet

"Nightmare" stretch of road in Flushing needs a passing area, says ...
Falmouth Packet
A number of road projects and improvements look set to be made in the Falmouth and Penryn area as part of a Cornwall-wide scheme.

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Falmouth homes become student accommodation - Falmouth Packet

Wed, 05/09/2018 - 13:08

Falmouth homes become student accommodation
Falmouth Packet
... to name but a few, changed into student accommodation, which again depletes the housing market and also makes it more expensive for local young families to get on the housing market. In recent weeks Falmouth Town Council refused planning for such a ...

Falmouth homes become student accommodation - Falmouth Packet

Wed, 05/09/2018 - 13:08

Falmouth Packet

Falmouth homes become student accommodation
Falmouth Packet
... to name but a few, changed into student accommodation, which again depletes the housing market and also makes it more expensive for local young families to get on the housing market. In recent weeks Falmouth Town Council refused planning for such a ...

'Unbelievable' support as 200 people try to help save post office - Falmouth Packet

Wed, 05/09/2018 - 10:44

Falmouth Packet

'Unbelievable' support as 200 people try to help save post office
Falmouth Packet
More than 200 people gave up their Saturday evening to try to find a way of saving Porthleven Post Office, leaving its owners "literally overwhelmed" by the support. It was standing room only at the Public Hall after it ran out of chairs, while a ...

BBC Devon & Cornwall Live: Breaking news and local stories - BBC News

Wed, 05/09/2018 - 06:03

BBC Devon & Cornwall Live: Breaking news and local stories
BBC News
Despite a sign at the junction, the council says drivers continue to try to drive through the pedestrianised area, causing damage to bollards and their own vehicles. Falmouth town centre manager Richard Gates will make the code available to local ...

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