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210209 | Cornwall Council calls for urgent financial support for Cornish businesses after grant applications soar

Cornwall Council calls for urgent financial support for Cornish businesses after grant applications soar

210209 | ARG Covid grant in Cornwall may be cut by half due to demand

9th February  read more »

210210 | Cornwall Council calls for action to tackle growing crisis in Cornish fishing industry

Cornwall Council calls for action to tackle growing crisis in Cornish fishing industry

 
 

Cornwall Council has joined fishing industry leaders in calling on government to address a growing crisis in the sector due to complicated new export rules, a lack of clarity about fishing quotas, and an increase in red tape.  read more »

210210 | Bees: Britain is breaking its promise of better bee protections

George keep your promises - save Britain's bees avaaz.org/britishbees | Falmouth Packet ad

This is urgent! Britain is breaking its promise of better bee protections by allowing a bee-killing poison banned in the EU to be used on our fields!  read more »

210210 | 'Big explosion' heard and houses shake after 'sonic boom' in Cornwall author image

A Typhoon fighter jet. It is not yet clear which aircraft caused the noise (Picture: PA)
Social media comment on 'Sonic boom' heard over Cornwall
The flightpath of an RAF aircraft flying above Cornwall today (Picture: FlightRadar24.com)

‘Big explosion’ heard and houses shake after ‘sonic boom’ in Cornwall

210208 | Builder James Lee Knight (aka Jay Knight or Jay Knight Mason) who lost residents £100,000 admits nine offences of fraud

Builder who lost residents £100,000 admits nine offences of fraud

A builder whose shoddy work meant his customers lost around £100,000 has pleaded guilty to multiple charges of fraud following an investigation by Cornwall Council’s Trading Standards.  read more »

210202 | "What if I told you that they're not actually hunting the "South African" variant?"

What if I told you that they're not actually hunting the "South African" variant?

210208 | South Africa variant: Do you need third jab and does it affect lockdown?

Covid-19 case rates in UK nations. (PA Graphics)

"it’s not just about South Africa, is it, it’s about our homegrown versions, and the modification to the Kent variant, and the idea that we’ve got to be so on our guard and track and tracing it so carefully that we don’t expand our homegrown version"  read more »

South Africa variant: Do you need third jab and does it affect lockdown?

200208 | Reports reveal impact of G7 summits on hosts | benefits for businesses "For most summit had no impact"

proportion of businesses experiencing a positive impact appeared to be largely counterbalanced by those where the impact was negative

Reports reveal impact of G7 summits on hosts

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210208 | Biggest rail upgrade in Cornwall since 1950s now complete

Biggest rail upgrade in Cornwall since 1950s now complete
The work to upgrade the St Ives - Carbis Line in West Cornwall is now complete (Image: Network Rail)

 

Biggest rail upgrade in Cornwall since 1950s now complete

The upgrade work to the St Ives train line has now been completed

8 February 2021 Biggest rail upgrade in Cornwall since 1950s now complete

By Olivier Vergnault

The biggest investment in Cornwall’s rail network since the 1950s is complete.  read more »

210122 | Cornwall's plans for community coronavirus testing for high-risk workers | BUSINESSES being asked for feedback on plans

Cornwall's plans for community coronavirus testing for high-risk workers

Thursday, 4 February 2021 - Health

The Post

by The Post  read more »

The Dash Poem (By Linda Ellis)

The Memorial Walk Benches article in the July/August issue of the Pump at Hayle’s wonderful King George V Memorial Walk led me to the following that I heard read at an obituary:  read more »

210122 | Applications are now open for the 2nd round Additional Restrictions Grant | apply by midnight 31 January 2021

Applications opened for Cornwall’s Additional Restrictions Grant scheme

Cornwall Council has launched the application process for the Additional Restrictions Grant (ARG) scheme, aimed at businesses which have been forced to close or limit trading during the current coronavirus lockdown.??  read more »

210122 | Stay local and stay safe when exercising in lockdown

Stay local and stay safe when exercising in lockdown

Residents across Cornwall are being urged to stay safe when venturing out for their daily exercise.  read more »

210122 | Sports club fined £1,000 for serving alcohol during lockdown

Sports club fined £1,000 for serving alcohol during lockdown

A sports club in Cornwall has been fined £1,000 for serving alcohol inside the premises in breach of Covid regulations.  read more »

210123 | "Let the adults take over" says business owner, as his supply chain collapses

All of these people interestingly all say the same thing. We were not given the time required to adjust to the deal agreed on the 24th December, and to put the systems in place to avoid the chaos that is now unfolding.

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210124 | Milk doorstep delivery - Jason - former M&M employee

Milk doorstep delivery


Hi

I'm Jason, former M&M employee.

I have continued to deliver to my existing
Customers from my round, as a private milkman.
I have now started to deliver in Your area,

On Tuesday and Friday

I deliver Roddas and Trink milk, .
Roddas @£1.10 1 litre/ £1.70 2 litre

Trink (full cream) @£1.60/£2.60 litre

Also Yeo valley organic @£1.60/£2.60

lf you would like to resume your milk
Deliveries, please email me at
Jrobertsmilk@gmail.com

I can then email you a product list.

Thanks Jason "
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