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    • Clifton Lodge Hotel High Wycombe Bucks
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    • Missing man, Redruth
      Police are growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of a 48-year-old man from Redruth who was reported missing Tuesday 26 May. Stuart Graham was last seen in the area of Treliske Hospital. Stuart is described as white, 5ft 7 in height of medium build with dark cropped hair, possibly wearing a grey hooded top and […]
    • Anti-social behaviour, Truro
      Police in Truro are calling on the public to support their efforts to tackle anti-social behaviour and other crimes in the town. Officers are particularly appealing for people to contact them with CCTV or mobile phone footage of incidents. Police are investigating a number of incidents over the last few weeks including knife-point street robberies, […]
    • A message from Chief Constable Shaun Sawyer
      The death of George Floyd has left his family, loved ones and friends devastated and heartbroken. Communities in the United States, here in the United Kingdom and across the world are angry and outraged. For some members of our community, those feelings will also be heightened as they perceive they are not wanted or safe […]
    • Fatal collision, Launceston
      Police are appealing for information following a fatal collision on the A388 at Launceston on Wednesday 3 June. Emergency services were called at 10am to the A388 near the Lezant turn off following reports of a collision involving a minibus and a Heavy Goods Vehicle (HGV). A woman in her 60s from Callington and a […]
    • Indecent exposure, Budleigh Salterton
      Police are investigating an incident of indecent exposure which occurred on the Exmouth to Budleigh Salterton cycle path. Between 9am and 10am on Monday 1 June, a male cyclist exposed himself to a woman who was walking along the former railway line path near Knowle. Officers would like to hear from anyone who may have […]
    • Serious collision, Okehampton
      Police are appealing for witnesses to a collision in Okehampton yesterday, 2 June, which left a cyclist seriously injured. Emergency services were called around 6.35am following the collision between a blue Honda Civic and a bicycle on Holsworthy Road. The cyclist, a local man in his mid-40s, sustained serious injuries and he was taken to […]
    • Suspicious device, Penryn
      Police are appealing for information and CCTV footage following the discovery of a suspicious device in Penryn, Cornwall, yesterday, Tuesday 2 June. Officers were called at around 11.10am after an item was found at the back door of Penryn Masonic Lodge in New Street. A 20-metre cordon was put in place while police made door-to-door […]
    • Robbery, Ilfracombe
      Police in North Devon are appealing for information after a 23-year-old man was attacked on the High Street. Two men approached the victim near to the Co-op supermarket at around 6pm on Monday 25 May, and proceeded to kick and punch him and steal his money. One of the suspects is described as being white, […]
    • Volunteers week 2020
      Force celebrates Volunteers’ Week with a big thank you to its amazing Special Constables and police support volunteers. Monday 1 June marks the start of Volunteers’ Week and National Specials Weekend. Devon & Cornwall’s contingent of 360 police support volunteers cover 17 different roles and have given up 24,063 hours of their time since April […]
    • FOUND: Missing man from Constantine near Falmouth
      28-year-old Ashley Wills who had been reported missing from the Constantine area of Falmouth was located safe and well on Monday 1 June.

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    • Fire service plea for people not to light bonfires, as calls increase by 43%
      Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service and the Environmental Health department are urging people not to light outdoor fires at this time after a 43% increase in call-outs since last year. At a time when fire crews need to be on standby to help respond to this health crisis, and when some officers are seconded to […]
    • Warning to campers flouting COVID-19 rules
      Campers staying in caravans, campervans and tents overnight are breaking COVID-19 laws and face a fine or prosecution, Cornwall Council and Devon and Cornwall Police have warned.  Their joint message comes after increased reports of people camping near beaches and beauty spots such as Porthcurno and Bodmin Moor.  From Monday Cornwall Council restarted enforcing parking safety rules. Officers have so far issued a total of 14 penalty charges to […]
    • Camborne Town Deal Board sets its sights on £25 million cash injection for the town
      Home to Richard Trevithick and today a community of over 20,000 people, Camborne is one of four towns in Cornwall selected to participate in the Government’s Towns Fund Deal and now has the opportunity to bid for up to £25 million to help fund a bustling town centre economy, with business and leisure opportunities to […]
    • Household Waste and Recycling Centres – remaining sites reopen this week, and some lifting of restrictions
      By Friday 5 June all of Cornwall’s 14 HWRCs will be open again, with an easing of some of the current restrictions allowing the reintroduction of trailers onsite. There will also be reduced traffic management measures at some sites.  The main changes are as follows:   Saltash HWRC reopens from today, Tuesday 2 June. A […]
    • Support available to help unpaid carers cope and stay well through Covid-19 anxiety
      Cornwall’s unpaid carers are valued for the critical role they play within their communities and it is appreciated that during the Covid-19 pandemic they may be finding it more difficult to cope and look after themselves, too. To help support them during this difficult time, Cornwall Council has put together a convenient, easy-to-use one-stop guide […]
    • Don't burst my bubble
      ‘Don’t bust my bubble’ is a new campaign in Cornwall to help younger children understand the meaning of social distancing.  With schools extending their offer to early years, reception, year 1 and year 6 pupils from Monday (June 1st) and with lockdown measures easing, it’s important that children of all ages are able to understand […]
    • Council launches Back in Business guide and webinars
      Businesses in Cornwall are being given important advice on reopening and returning to work safely after the lockdown. As the Government gradually lifts lockdown measures for certain businesses, Cornwall Council has published a Back in Business Recovery Guide to help businesses get back on their feet after the COVID-19 closures while ensuring the safety of staff, […]
    • ‘Safer on the sand’ says Cornwall Council, as some lifeguarding returns
      Following last weekend’s coastal tragedies, Cornwall Council, HM Coastguard and the RNLI are all redoubling their messages that the sea remains potentially dangerous in any conditions, and a family day out is safer spent on the sand. Despite seven beaches having lifeguard cover restored from this Saturday 30 May, with more to follow in the […]
    • Free drinksmeter app can help residents manage concerns around increased home drinking during lockdown stress
      For those concerned that they might be drinking more alcohol than usual or are finding it a struggle to keep the amount they drink under control during Covid lockdown, Safer Cornwall would urge residents to download the free drinksmeter app to their phones.   The easy to use app is available through the Safer Cornwall website […]
    • Volunteer highlights community effort during COVID-19
      A volunteer helping vulnerable residents has paid tribute to the ‘power of community’ in supporting people through the pandemic.  Cornwall Council change manager Gill Scott Anderson is one of a group of 15 volunteers who in their spare time have been helping vulnerable residents.  The St Ives-based group collectively look after shielded families and residents in sheltered accommodation and individuals who are self-isolating in remote locations.  The group has also set up […]
      This is a clearer message. UK needs the same public Announcement Tags: stay at home
    • Were we attacked by a virus
      Were countries attacked by the virus intentionally
    • Schools and Virus
      Rotas will make it difficult for parents. If you have two or more children and they have rotas in the school. If you drive them to school. How many trips will this be. Tags: rotas
    • Quarantine people who fly or drive into UK
      It is apparent you can fly in or drive in from abroad and not be forced to quarantine,
    • Wear a Face Mask to Stop Spreading THE VIRUS COVID-19
      We need to wear a face mask-and also wash our hands-Not just to try and protect our self-We need to wear a mask to stop us spreading the virus.Especially in shops & public transport If we have a face mask on before we realize we have the virus .If later we are infectious the mask […]
    • The Virus
      Lets hope we can beat the virus Stay Safe and keep your distance Tags: virus
    • Thought of the day
      Thought of the day So-is there really a God who has created a new virus to save the world-it reduces the harmful gases from our cars and aircraft-Prevents global warming-Not so many potholes from worn out roads-Gives us more free time because we are not driving kids to school-or work-driving in the car is faster […]
    • Immigration New Laws
      Low pay does not always mean its a low skill job. The Government is obsessed with reducing immigration for Low skill Jobs and low pay jobs There is not a pool of people in the UK to take up jobs in care homes and service sectors, Farming , nursing , construction. Business and hospitals will […]
    • UK Summary
      Problems in China Problems in USA Problems in Europe UK Brexit trade and Law to sort out HS2 will go ahead we have gone too far to stop it. Security and new G5 could be problems to sort this out. The tax needs sorting out. too many taxes on assets. This does not give us […]
    • Will Boris succeed
      Boris is trying his best. Parliament are against him The Eu do not have a direction Will we get the referendum again Tags: brexit