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    • Missing person, St Ives
      Police are growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of a 50-year-old man who was last seen in St Ives on Friday 17 July. Nigel Williams is described as being a white male, 5’9” in height, of heavy build, with unkempt grey hair and a Welsh accent. He was last seen wearing a black fleece, a […]
    • RTC A30 tedburn St Mary
      At approximately 2.40pm on Thursday 6August 2020 a single vehicle collision occurred on the A30 Cornwall bound carriageway between Tedburn St Mary and Cheriton Bishop. The Blue Vauxhall Astra collided with a tree and as a result a female passenger has sustained serious injuries. She has been described as in a serious but stable condition.
    • Found property - Plymouth
      Police have located a pink handbag and black polka dot jumpsuit on the dockside at Millbay Docks, Plymouth, and would like to locate the owner.  The handbag is a large shoulder bag and pale pink in colour If anyone has any information which may help identify who the owner is or assist with ongoing enquiries, please […]
    • Police urge people to protect, respect and enjoy Devon and Cornwall
      Visitors and local residents alike are reminded to take their rubbish home with them and respect social distancing rules in an effort to protect Devon, Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly for everyone. During the summer months some of the area’s beauty spots and beaches become extremely busy. Local residents and tourists are encouraged to […]
    • UPDATE: Burglary, Plymouth
      Police have charged a man in connection with a burglary at a residential address in Plymouth last week, which subsequently involved a police chase lasting several hours. Police were called to Southwell Road at around 4.20pm, Monday 3 August, following a report of a burglary and assault. Thomas Guest, 30, from Plymouth, has been charged […]
    • Incident at Pednvounder Beach
      Police were called at 1.30pm on Saturday 1 August to a Pednvounder beach, Penzance following reports of concern for the welfare of a man. Emergency services attended the scene where the man, in his 40s from Luton, was sadly confirmed deceased. His next of kin has been informed. The death is not being treated as […]
    • UPDATED: Serious collision - A39 St Kew Highway
      Police are very keen to speak to a potential witness who may have seen the vehicles involved prior to the collision. It is believe this man may have briefly stopped at the scene, but left prior to police and paramedics arriving.   He has been described as having a distinctive beard and was possibly driving […]
    • Serious collision - A375, Sidbury
      On Saturday 1 August, police were called to a single-vehicle collision on the A375 just north of Sidbury. The male driver was taken to the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital having sustained serious injuries. Local officers, as well as officers from the Roads Policing Team, attended and a forensic examination of the scene was conducted. […]
    • FOUND: Missing person, Budleigh Salterton
      A 79-year-old man reported missing person from Budleigh Salterton has been found. The public are thanked for their assistance.
    • Illegal entry, Plymouth
      At 7.15am on Saturday 1 August, Devon and Cornwall Police received a report of people being found in the back of a lorry at Millbay Docks, Plymouth. Seven people, five adults and two teenagers, have been located in a Mesguen lorry trailer which is believed to have arrived at the Plymouth port yesterday. The seven […]

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    • Calls for rethink after rule changes put affordable home provision at risk
      Changes to planning laws which could lower the number of affordable homes built in Cornwall by a third have been criticised by planning leaders at Cornwall Council. The Government announced a number of changes to planning laws on Friday, including a proposal to remove the need for affordable housing on developments of up to 50 […]
    • £150 fine for littering in first prosecution by Civil Enforcement
      Cornwall has had its first prosecution for littering since Civil Enforcement Officers (CEOs) had their powers expanded from traffic offences.  On 4 August 2020 at Truro Magistrates Court, Cornwall Council successfully prosecuted Mr Ian Pears of Axminster, Devon for littering in Princes Street, Truro. The incident took place at 10.15am on 9 October 2020 when […]
    • Cash boost for community action on Covid 19, as Cornwall Council joins forces with Ocean Housing
      Cornwall Council and Ocean Housing have joined forces to help communities recover from the pandemic by providing more Community Chest grant funding.    Cornwall Councillors make Community Chest grants to support grassroots community action in their areas.   Now the Ocean Housing Hardship Fund will match their grants in four areas of Cornwall: China Clay Newquay & St Columb […]
    • Answering NHS Test and Trace calls is the key to keeping Cornwall Covid safe
      Residents in Cornwall are being urged to do the right thing to keep Cornwall Covid safe and potentially save lives, by answering the phone if they get an NHS test and trace call.  It comes after new figures showed that around 40 percent of people in Cornwall identified as having had contact with a positive […]
    • Council calls for “care and consideration” to be shown to those emerging from shielding
      Following the pause on the Government shielding programme from 1 August, recognising that many residents may be emerging for the first time from their households since lockdown, Cornwall Council and NHS Kernow are calling for people in towns and high streets in Cornwall to be considerate of those around them and help keep Cornwall safe […]
    • Join a live online debate about The Environment We Want: August 6, 7pm
      Cornwall Council wants to hear from residents interested and involved in combating the climate emergency and protecting Cornwall’s environment at a live online discussion event taking place tomorrow.  The Environment We Want debate on Thursday, August 6, at 7pm, will be hosted by Cornwall’s portfolio holder for climate change and neighbourhoods Councillor Edwina Hannaford and live-streamed on Cornwall Council’s Facebook page.  […]
    • Cornwall Council awarded a prestigious Gold award under the Ministry of Defence’s Employer Recognition Scheme
      Cornwall Council is proud to become one of the first employers in Cornwall to be awarded a prestigious Gold award under the Ministry of Defence’s Employer Recognition Scheme. The authority is among 127 organisations in the country, and one of only two in Cornwall, to be awarded the prestigious status alongside national companies including Microsoft […]
    • Cornwall’s first smart-grid wind turbine to generate renewable energy from September
        Construction on Cornwall’s first, smart grid-connected wind turbine which will create enough power for over 1,440 homes per annum and help cut carbon emissions is nearing completion.   Rotor blades spanning 40m in length have now been fitted to the 2.3 megawatt (MW) turbine at Ventonteague, near Carland Cross, on the A30.   For a video of the rotary blades being installed at the Ventonteague wind turbine please see here:    The turbine is the first to be built in […]
    • Covid cons – businesses warned to beware of ‘track and trace’ hoaxer
      Following a recent spate of bogus food safety inspections in the Newquay area, Cornwall Council’s Environmental Health team is now warning of a hoax call in the Par area claiming to be from a ‘track and trace’ official.  This time the fake call was to a hairdressers. The caller claimed to have identified a positive case of Covid 19 in someone who had been to their premises.  They asked them to close […]
    • Online parenting courses launched across Cornwall
      There are new ways for parents and carers to get support in Cornwall as Together for Families, from Cornwall Council, launches a range of online parenting courses.  The teams from the counties Family Hubs, who normally deliver courses at one of the dedicated centres, have adapted since the UK went into lockdown to ensure they […]