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200603 | Gordon Ramsay reported to Devon & Cornwall Police

Gordon Ramsay reported to Devon & Cornwall Police

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200602 | Environment Bill protest at Eustice office

200602 | Man rescued from River Hayle by surf life savers on Porth Kidney

200602 | Health officials' fears of coronavirus spike in Cornwall

Health officials' fears of coronavirus spike in Cornwall

By Richard Whitehouse Local Democracy Reporter
Coronavirus

Coronavirus  read more »

200602 | Over 200 Cornwall second homes reported to police over coronavirus

Over 200 Cornwall second homes reported to police over coronavirus

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200602 | Cornwall's police issue latest public warning to would be holiday makers

Cornwall's police issue latest public warning to would be holiday makers

Cornwall's police issue latest public warning to would be holiday makers

Published by the Pirate FM News Team at 3:57pm 2nd June 2020.  read more »

200602 | Swimmer's life saved by wardens at Hayle Beach

PA20/02465 | Temporary proposed cafe/restaurant (Use Class A3) adjacent to the slipway at the western end of North Quay, Hayle H

Figure 2.  Satellite image (25.05.2017) showing the redline boundary of the application site and the footprints of the proposed buildings © Google Earth.
Figure 3.  Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape World Heritage Site (WHS), Hayle ConservationArea (including the arsenic works chimney), Scheduled Monuments and Listed Buildings.
Figure 6.  1950.  Oblique aerial photograph showing the aerial conveyor crossing the eastern edge of the Site (left foreground)
Figure 7.  1964.  Ordnance Survey map.

PA20/02465 | Temporary proposed cafe/restaurant (Use Class A3) adjacent to the slipway at the western end of North Quay, Hayle Harbour | West End Of North Quay (adj. Canoe Club) Hayle Cornwall TR27 4DD

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200422 | John Bennett notes in one of his comments: "The applicant's planning consultant is a former member of the planning team


Mr Andrew Roden
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200525 | PA18-10457 Carnsew Road I am responding to your letter of 5 March 2020 to the mayor of Hayle Town Council


Mr John Bennett

Comment submitted date:  read more »

20601 | Housing plans approved: no affordable homes on site

Housing plans approved: no affordable homes on site

 no affordable homes on site

Published by the Pirate FM News Team at 8:07pm 1st June 2020.  read more »

‘Dual it by 2030, make it safe now’ | A30 Ludgvan, Crowlas

200524 | Lockdown: People urged to social distance and avoid crowds in Cornwall

Lockdown: People urged to social distance and avoid crowds in Cornwall

 People urged to social distance and avoid crowds in Cornwall
Image by Anja??#helpinghands #solidarity#stays healthy??
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200520 | Cornwall council: No fines if kids not sent back to school next month

Cornwall council: No fines if kids not sent back to school next month

 No fines if kids not sent back to school next month

Published by the Pirate FM News Team at 5:33pm 21st May 2020.

Parents who decide that they do not want to send their children back to school next month will not be fined.

Cornwall Council said that it was providing help and support for schools preparing to welcome back more children next month.  read more »

200520 | Driver fined after travelling to Cornwall for a holiday

Driver fined after travelling to Cornwall for a holiday

Driver fined after travelling to Cornwall for a holiday
Bodmin Police - CC BY

Published by Sarah Yeoman at 11:06am 21st May 2020. (Updated at 11:14am 21st May 2020)  read more »

200520 | Coronavirus: Bereaved families of migrant NHS cleaners and porters locked out of leave-to-remain scheme

Coronavirus: Bereaved families of migrant NHS cleaners and porters locked out of leave-to-remain scheme

Exclusion of low-paid workers by Home Office branded 'outrageous scandal' by union  read more »

200520 | Should children go back to school on 1st June? It’s nothing to do with us, says Cornwall Council

Should children go back to school on 1st June? It’s nothing to do with us, says Cornwall Council

Posted By Julia Penhaligon on 20th May 2020

By Julia Penhaligon  read more »

200510 | RONNIE Male Jack Russell Terrier Cross Black & White (Age: Adult) Missing between Angarrack and Gwinear, near Hayle

Black & White Jack Russell Terrier Cross Male Went missing on a walk between Gwinear & Angarrack
Black & White Jack Russell Terrier Cross Male Went missing on a walk between Gwinear & Angarrack

Lost: Black & White Jack Russell Terrier Cross Male In South West (TR27)

  • Dog ID 156642
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 10 May 2020
  • Name RONNIE
  • Gender & Breed Male Jack Russell Terrier Cross (Neutered)
  • Age Adult
  • Colour Black & white
  • Marks & Scars
  • Tagged Unknown
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200520 | 6 hrs ago Tens of thousands of reports of coronavirus symptoms made to NHS 111 service in Cornwall

6 hrs ago

Tens of thousands of reports of coronavirus symptoms made to NHS 111 service in Cornwall

By Patrick Jack Data Reporter
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Strawberry Rose Cornwall Ltd trading as Cornwall Building Supplies applying for a licence Unit 25, Marsh Lane Industrial Estate

Goods Vehicle Operator’s Licence

Goods Vehicle Operator’s Licence Strawberry Rose Cornwall Ltd trading as Cornwall Building Supplies of The Old School, The Stennack, St Ives, TR26 1QU is applying for a licence to use Unit 25, Marsh Lane Industrial Estate, Hayle, TR27 5JR as an operating centre for 3 goods vehicles and 0 trailers.  read more »

Dogs on beaches Public Space Protection Orders Cornwall updated 2020

Dogs on beaches

200514 | Beaches with dog restrictions come into force from tomorrow, Friday 15 May

Beaches with dog restrictions come into force from tomorrow, Friday

Beaches with dog restrictions come into force from tomorrow, Friday

Published by the Pirate FM News Team at 6:19pm 14th May 2020.

By Richard Whitehouse, Local Democracy Reporter  read more »

200515 | Extension to Government's furlough scheme called for by Cornish business boss

Extension to Government's furlough scheme called for by Cornish business boss

Extension to Government's furlough scheme called for by Cornish business boss

Published by the Pirate FM News Team at 5:23pm 14th May 2020.  read more »

200515 | Coronavirus: Mousehole Christmas lights display is cancelled

Coronavirus: Mousehole Christmas lights display is cancelled

 Mousehole Christmas lights display is cancelled
paul watts and visit cornwall

Published by Sarah Yeoman at 6:12am 14th May 2020. (Updated at 7:51am 14th May 2020)

Photo: Paul Watts/Visit Cornwall  read more »

200515 | Coronavirus: 103 patients have now been discharged from Treliske

Coronavirus: 103 patients have now been discharged from Treliske

 103 patients have now been discharged from Treliske

Published by Sarah Yeoman at 6:28am 14th May 2020. (Updated at 9:51am 14th May 2020)  read more »

200514 | The Tour of Britain 2020 postponed

200514 | Message from Chief Constable Shaun Sawyer - Continue to Think Twice

Information sent on behalf of Devon and Cornwall Police
Message from Chief Constable Shaun Sawyer - Continue to Think Twice
Think twice
“In England, there has now been an easing of Covid-related restrictions and amendments have been made to the legislation, following the Prime Minister’s address to the nation on Sunday night.
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200513 | Haven extends closure of holiday parks until July

13th May

Haven extends closure of holiday parks until July

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2019 | Dogs on beaches Public Space Protection Orders Cornwall

THIS PAGE WAS CURRENT IN 2019 IT IS HERE FOR REFERENCE ONLY

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  read more »

200504 | Dog-walking over 70 SIR – Dave Alsop (Letters, May 2) writes perfect common sense. I must point out, however, that at

Dog-walking over 70

SIR – Dave Alsop (Letters, May 2) writes perfect common sense. I must point out, however, that at no time has the Government instructed us to withdraw volunteers over 70. Many in this group have decided to self-isolate and we have been able to replace them temporarily with other volunteers.  read more »

200505 | Mystery road appears in middle of West Country beach

Mystery road appears in middle of West Country beach

There are various arguments to why it is there  read more »

200507 | Camborne traders go into battle against out-of-town shopping centre plan

A computer generated image of the planned development at Roseworthy Hill
Planned development at Roseworthy Hill
The area is near the Camborne west junction of the A30 at the top of the Roseworthy dip

Camborne traders go into battle against out-of-town shopping centre plan

If it goes ahead, a Lidl, Home Bargains and a petrol station would be built  read more »

200430 | Grants to small businesses passes £200 million mark

Grants to small businesses passes £200 million mark

Cornwall Council has now paid more than £200m in emergency grant money to small businesses across Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly,  read more »

200501 | Cornish holiday let owner quizzes Boris Johnson in Covid-19 briefing

Cornish holiday let owner quizzes Boris Johnson in Covid-19 briefing

Cornish holiday let owner quizzes Boris Johnson in Covid-19 briefing

Published by the Pirate FM News Team at 4:05pm 1st May 2020.  read more »

200501 | Covid-19 cases at one in six care homes in Cornwall and Devon

Covid-19 cases at one in six care homes in Cornwall and Devon

Covid-19 cases at one in six care homes in Cornwall and Devon
TheDigitalArtist on Pixabay

Published by Sarah Yeoman at 6:02am 1st May 2020.

Written by Daniel Clark, Local Democracy Reporter  read more »

200501 | Covid-19: Two new urgent dental care centres to open

Covid-19: Two new urgent dental care centres to open

 Two new urgent dental care centres to open

Published by Sarah Yeoman at 6:52am 1st May 2020.

Two new urgent dental care centres have opened in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly to help patients during the Covid-19 pandemic.

It is to help improve coverage and reduce journey time for people who need appointments.  read more »

PA20/03108 | Proposed change of use from industrial building to builders merchant | Supporting Statement Planning Assessment

Proposed change of use from industrial building to builders merchant. Building is being constructed. - Land SE Of Unit 24 Marsh Lane Industrial Estate Hayle TR27 5JR

Ref. No: PA20/03108 | Received date: Wed 08 Apr 2020 | Status: Pending Consideration | Case Type: Planning Application

=====================================================

Jon Pender MACOxon), DipTP, MRTPI
Chartered Town Planner
5 Polwithen Road
Penzance
Cornwall TR18 4JS


LAND S.E. OF UNIT 24, MARSH LANE INDUSTRIAL ESTATE,
HAYLE TR27 SJR
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PA20/03108 | Proposed change of use from industrial building to builders merchant. Building is being constructed. | Land SE Of U

Proposed change of use from industrial building to builders merchant. Building is being constructed. - Land SE Of Unit 24 Marsh Lane Industrial Estate Hayle TR27 5JR

Ref. No: PA20/03108 | Received date: Wed 08 Apr 2020 | Status: Pending Consideration | Case Type: Planning Application

2. Applicant Details

Title Mrs

First name Rebecca

Surname Brading

Company name MS&D LTD

Address line 1 Pentangle
Address line 2 4 Nanpusker Road
Address line 3
Town/city Angarrack
Postcode TR27 5JX

Planning Portal Reference: PP-08641354  read more »

200424 | Cornwall Council ranked top in the nation for dishing out nearly 18,000 grants out of the near 24,000 eligible enterpri

Cornwall Council ranked top in the nation for dishing out nearly 18,000 grants out of the near 24,000 eligible enterprises in the district.

Small businesses urged to claim £90m of unpaid grants

Almost 8,000 small businesses across Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly are being urged to claim £89m of unpaid emergency grant support that is available from Cornwall Council to help them during the Coronavirus crisis.  read more »

200422 | Over £200m dished out to help Cornish businesses | Cornwall Council

Over £200m dished out to help Cornish businesses

Over £200m dished out to help Cornish businesses

Published by Sarah Yeoman at 6:44am 22nd April 2020. (Updated at 7:33am 22nd April 2020)

Over 200 million pounds has been dished out to small businesses in Cornwall, to help support them through the coronavirus pandemic.

The government has distributed more than £12billion to local authorities in England as part of Small Business Grants Scheme.  read more »

200423 | Update Covid-19 from Assistant Chief Constable Glen Mayhew Continue to Play Your Part in Keeping Our Communities Safe

Information sent on behalf of Devon and Cornwall Police
UPDATE Covid-19- from Assistant Chief Constable Glen Mayhew
Continue to Play Your Part in Keeping Our Communities Safe

We must all continue to play our part in tackling the spread of Coronavirus.
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200422 | In response to the Hayle Town Council objection of 21st April 2020 please see our comments below

Mr Dave Slatter

Comment submitted date: Wed 22 Apr 2020

Dear Mr Bainbridge
In response to the Hayle Town Council objection of 21st April 2020 please see our comments below:
In relation to planning policy we have undertaken extensive dialogue with Hayle Town Council and provided advice from a former senior legal counsel to Cornwall Council which demonstrated that the scheme is policy compliant.
We believe Cornwall Senior Management has written to HTC to support this advice and the advice of yourself.
We understand HTC has taken no advice in relation to any of their comments.  read more »

200409 | For The Love of Scrubs volunteers in Cornwall help NHS

9th April  read more »

200412 | How you can support hospitals workers during coronavirus pandemic

Thursday | TirsamisUGO | Food deliveries to Hayle area

11th April  read more »

Free eBook - Coronavirus - key questions in simple language appropriate for 5 to 9 year olds

Free information book explaining the coronavirus to children, illustrated by Gruffalo illustrator Axel Scheffler, with expert input from

- you can find out more and download the book for free here
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200323 | Cornwall Council BIN NEWS!


BIN NEWS

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1884 | A pillar letter box will placed at Angarrack, to be cleared by the Connor Downs postman about midday

 The Cornish Telegraph - Thursday 18 September 1884   pg. 5:

ANGARRACK.--A pillar letter box will placed at Angarrack, to be cleared by the Connor Downs postman about midday on his return to the Hayle post-office.. This will be a very great convenience to the residents.
 The Cornish Telegraph - Thursday 18 September 1884

 

200401 | Community Kitchen

Community Kitchen

for people who are older, potentially vulnerable in
any way or are self-isolating

 


 

Delivering hot meals to Hayle,

St Erth, Connor Downs and

surrounding areas from 23 March.

 


 

Soup, pasties and stews

£2 a meal

Wednesdays and Saturdays to start and
more days if needed, should the government
allow us to continue mobilising

   read more »

200301 | Hayle is Awarded ‘Plastic Free Communities’ Status as it Takes Action on Single-Use Plastic

Hayle is Awarded ‘Plastic Free Communities’ Status as it Takes Action on Single-Use Plastic

Hayle has joined a network of communities across the UK who are leading the way to tackle throw away plastic at source. The town has been awarded Plastic Free Community status by marine conservation charity, Surfers Against Sewage (SAS), in recognition of the work it has done to start reducing the impact of single-use plastic on the environment.  read more »

200401 | Letter to the Editor | Hayle Pump

Letter to the editor

Once again it was with pleasure I received my copy of the Pump, the items often bring such happy memories for me.  read more »

200401 | Haylestones

From L – R David Birch. Trevor Smitheram, John Gurney,David Ellisdon, Ray Wyse, Mark Whiteside, Peter Thompson

Haylestones

From L – R David Birch. Trevor Smitheram, John Gurney,David Ellisdon, Ray Wyse, Mark Whiteside, Peter Thompson
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200401 | April and May 2020 | Council Corner

Council Corner

April and May 2020

Council Vacancy

Unfortunately, Councillor Bernie Marks has resigned from the town council. We wish her well and thank her for her positive contribution over the last 5 years. Consequently we now have another councillor vacancy for the Hayle North Ward. More information is on the council’s website.
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200330 | Action Fraud have received reports of COVID19 related scams

Information sent on behalf of Action Fraud (NFIB)
Action Fraud have received reports of COVID19 related scams
Angarrack,
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Telephone support for patients and carers | Cornwall Hospice

If your employer wants a self-isolation note for COVID19 get it online here

If your employer wants a self-isolation note for COVID19 get it online here. https://111.nhs.uk/isolation-note

How can I help? - Helping your local foodbank(s)

see also - https://www.inyourarea.co.uk/widgets/established/foodBank

200323 | Cornwall Council issues advice on dealing with coronavirus waste

Cornwall Council has issued advice for households which have suspected coronavirus infections for disposing of waste.

The authority has issued the new guidance for putting out rubbish to protect people and reduce the risk of spreading infection.

The council has suggested that waste, including tissues and cleaning cloths, should be double bagged and kept aside for three days before they are put outside for collection.

“Kerbside rubbish, recycling and garden waste collections are continuing as normal, and your household waste and recycling centre remains open at the usual times. Please continue to put rubbish and recyclables out for kerbside collection as you would normally.  read more »

200324 | Update- Local Resilience Forum announcement Police given new powers

Information sent on behalf of Devon and Cornwall Police
Update- Local Resilience Forum announcement
Police given new powers

A message from Assistant Chief Constable Glen Mayhew.
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Tuesday | FlourPowerPizza | Food deliveries to Hayle area


Washing your hands - how to do it thoroughly

Is a regular bar of soap as good as hand sanitizer?

Is a regular bar of soap as good as hand sanitizer?  read more »

200319 | Revealed: the stretches of Cornwall's roads to avoid

Ideas for things to do if self-isolating/social distancing

Starting this as a collection of ideas of things to do if you're self-isolating or just social distancing.

 

Suggestions gratefully received! by email or contact form

How to avoid catching and spreading coronavirus (social distancing) | NHS Info

  • How to avoid catching and spreading coronavirus (social distancing)

    Everyone should do what they can to stop coronavirus spreading.

    Do

    • wash your hands with soap and water often – do this for at least 20 seconds

    • always wash your hands when you get home or into work  read more »

Official Coronavirus information information

Know the facts

NHS advice is available about the coronavirus (COVID-19), including what the risk in the UK is, what the symptoms are and how to reduce your chances of getting it.
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CORONAVIRUS AND THE ANGARRACK COMMUNITY

CORONAVIRUS AND THE ANGARRACK COMMUNITY

The coronavirus has taken a massive step forward today and the effect on our
community is as yet unknown.   We do not need to panic however it's inevitable that it
will affect some/all of us over the coming months. This could be a single person living
alone or whole families who have to self-isolate for anything between 7 and 14 days

So what can we do;-

There are people in the village who are more than happy to collect prescriptions, get provisions etc. if needed.

If you require assistance either use the numbers on the note dropped round the village  read more »

Coronavirus/COVID-19 on surfaces

"Viable HCoV-19.. detected:  in aerosols up to 3 hours  up to 4 hours on copper  up to 24 hours on cardboard  up to 2-3 days on plastic & stainless steel  Median half-life estimate around 13 hours on steel & around 16 hours on polypropylene" #coronavirus

"Viable HCoV-19.. detected:
 in aerosols up to 3 hours
 up to 4 hours on copper
 up to 24 hours on cardboard
 up to 2-3 days on plastic & stainless steel
Median half-life estimate around 13 hours on steel & around 16 hours on polypropylene" #coronavirus

via https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2020.03.09.20033217v1.full.pdf

Real-time evidence of flattening the curve from Italy

Lodi had the first Covid-19 case in Italy, and implemented a shutdown on Feb 23. Bergamo waited until March 8.  Look at the difference.
Critical care beds occupied per 100,000 of population in different scenarios | Imperial College
Why it is so important to act early on COVID-19

Real-time evidence of flattening the curve. Lodi had the first Covid-19 case in Italy, and implemented a shutdown on Feb 23. Bergamo waited until March 8. Look at the difference. Incredible research by  read more »

Urgent Message from Italy...


If you'e still hanging with friends, going to restaurants/bars, and acting like this isn't a big deal, get your shit together.


The following thread is taken from an Italian citizen.


As they put it:


"To the rest of the world, you have no idea what's coming."


MUST READ

Covid-19 Cornwall News

News about Covid-19 in Cornwall from NHS

200309 | £150m offshore wind plans for Cornwall

£150m offshore wind plans for Cornwall

£150m offshore wind plans for Cornwall

Published by the Pirate FM News Team at 4:21pm 9th March 2020. (Updated at 7:27am 10th March 2020)

By Richard Whitehouse, Local Democracy Reporter  read more »

Ideas for how to help

Starting this as a collection of ideas of how to help

 

Suggestions gratefully received! by email or contact form

190930 | Members have asked that I reiterate the town council's original objection i.e that it breaches Hayle Neighbourhood Plan

From:Town Clerk
Sent:30 Sep 2019 15:03:34 +0100
To:Broomhead Mark;Bainbridge Peter
Cc:Coad Graham CC

Subject:PA18/10457 - Request for this application to be considered by committee

Dear Messrs Broomhead and Bainbridge

Hayle Town Council formally requests that Cornwall Council considers application  PA18/10457 by committee and not by delegated powers.

Members have asked that I reiterate the town council's original objection i.e that it breaches Hayle Neighbourhood Plan Policies SD1, SD2, SD4 and HB and confirms its supports the views of John Bennett, Chairman of Hayle Neighbourhood Plan steering Group, contained in his email to you of 6 September 2019.  read more »

Food deliveries to Hayle area

A number of companies are delivering food/meals to the door- most require several hours notice, in some cases 24 hours - check carefully!!  read more »

200228 | Cornwall hospitals to come out of special measures?

Cornwall hospitals to come out of special measures?

Cornwall hospitals to come out of special measures?

Published by Emma Carton at 3:14pm 26th February 2020. (Updated at 3:21pm 26th February 2020)  read more »

200227 | 'Storm Jorge' triggers double alert for Cornwall

'Storm Jorge' triggers double alert for Cornwall

'Storm Jorge' triggers double alert for Cornwall

Published by Emma Carton at 1:24pm 27th February 2020. (Updated at 7:40am 28th February 2020)

Above photo shows Storm Ciara hitting Kingsand. Credit: Kris Field on Instagram  read more »

200227 | Cornwall to run year-round flights to Scotland

Cornwall to run year-round flights to Scotland

Cornwall to run year-round flights to Scotland
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200219 | £5m Rail Upgrade Underway

£5m Rail Upgrade Underway

£5m Rail Upgrade Underway

Published by the Pirate FM News Team at 11:47am 19th February 2020. (Updated at 3:43pm 19th February 2020)

Cornwall is being promised more reliable railways - and fewer flood cancellations.

It is as repair work starts between Penzance and Truro - and St Ives and St Erth.

Bus replacement services are being brought in while the five million pound project is completed.  read more »

200220 | Network Rail will be carrying out waterproofing work to Hayle Viaduct between Saturday 15 and Sunday 23 February 2020

Date disruption to train services in Cornwall is due to end

GWR announced measures in place while work is carried out by Network Rail through the half term  read more »

200221 | Man Engine crew to build ‘largest labyrinth in the world’ in Cornwall

Man Engine crew to build ‘largest labyrinth in the world’ in Cornwall

It will last for 4,000 years  read more »

200221 | Netweather predicts 64 per cent risk of snow in Plymouth, Exeter and parts of Cornwall next week

Somerset Live reports that Devon and Cornwall are likely to see heavy snowfall as a result of the flurries shown in WX Charts, with the last patches not due to move past the county until after 6pm.

Met Office on heavy snow forecasts and Storm Ellen chances

Netweather predicts 64 per cent risk of snow in Plymouth, Exeter and parts of Cornwall next week  read more »

200221 | Wood burners: Most polluting fuels to be banned in the home

Wood burners: Most polluting fuels to be banned in the home

  • 14 minutes ago

Owners of wood burners, stoves and open fires will no longer be able to buy house coal or wet wood, under a ban to be rolled out from next year.  read more »