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    • Clifton Lodge Hotel High Wycombe Bucks
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    • Dangerous driving, Torquay
      Police are appealing for witnesses after a car crashed into a wall in Torquay and was abandoned by the driver. At around 3pm on Saturday 4 July, a man drove a white BMW through a bus stop into a garden wall on Fore Street, Torquay, without the consent of the vehicle’s owner. A man, wearing […]
    • Assault, Plymouth
      Police investigating an assault in the Greenbank area of Plymouth have issue an appeal for witnesses. It happened at the Freedom Fields Park, in Lipson Road, between 7pm and 7.10pm on Saturday 20 June. The male victim, aged in his 20s, was punched and then kicked while he was on the ground. He suffered bruising, […]
    • Appeal to find missing Honiton teenager
      Police are seeking the public’s help to locate a 15-year-old boy who has gone missing from Payhembury, Honiton. Officers are concerned for the welfare of Billy Allen who was last seen in the Beacon Heath area of Exeter on 1 July. He has not made contact with family or friends since going missing. Police are […]
    • Criminal damage, Truro
      Police are appealing for information after a rock was thrown through the window of a residential property in Truro, which is being treated as a racially motivated attack. The incident occurred at around 1.15am on Saturday 4July on Carew Pole Close, in Malpas. Around the same time, the tyres of a white Audi car parked […]
    • Police thank public for playing their part as tourism industry reopens
      Devon and Cornwall Police have thanked the public for playing their part as the tourism and hospitality industry began to reopen over the weekend. The force saw an influx of visitors and local people utilising the amenities as they opened their doors for the first time in a number of months. Assistant Chief Constable Jim […]
    • UPDATE: Burglaries, Barnstaple
      A man and a woman have appeared via virtual court today, Monday 6 July, in connection with a series of residential burglaries in Barnstaple. Martyn Oliver, 47, from Barnstaple, pleaded not guilty after been charged with four counts of burglary at a virtual hearing. He was remanded in custody to appear at Exeter Crown Court […]
    • Statement following sudden death of woman in Plymouth
      Devon & Cornwall Police have informed the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) following the death of a woman in Plymouth this weekend. The woman from Plymouth was arrested and taken into Charles Cross Police Custody during the afternoon on Friday 3 July. Later that afternoon she suffered a medical episode and Custody staff and […]
    • UPDATE: Man charged in connection to Plymouth incident
      Police have charged a man in connection to an incident on Saturday 4 July in Plymouth. Philip Hogan, aged 33, of Ham Drive Plymouth has been charged with four counts of assaulting an emergency service worker and one count of affray. He has been remanded in custody and is due to appear at Exeter Magistrates […]
    • Fatal collision - Plympton
      Police have re-issued their appeal for witnesses of a collision in which a motorcyclist died. The collision involved two vans and a motorcycle and occurred on Hillcrest Drive at the junction with Longwood Close, at 2.20pm on Friday 3 July. Officers would particularly like to speak to people in the area prior to the collision […]
    • Are these your belongings?
      Police would like to reunite the suspected stolen items pictured with their potential owners. The items have been seized as part of a burglary investigation in the Sidmouth area. It is not known where they originate from. They include a gold link chain, a white metal ring with a purple stone, a negative of a […]

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    • Cornwall makes history with first online full council meeting
      The first ever online meeting of the full Cornwall Council has taken place today. The meeting, the first to be held since the implementation of lockdown restrictions in March, saw the whole authority meeting from their own homes via Microsoft Teams. At the start of the meeting, sympathies were expressed to those affected during the […]
    • Flights between Cornwall and London to resume with British Airways
      Cornwall’s air links with London will resume on Friday, July 24, with British Airways operating services between Newquay and Heathrow. British Airways will initially begin operating three flights a week in July, increasing to five a week in August and daily from September. The service will operate under a Public Service Obligation, which provides financial […]
    • Thanks to hospitality businesses for reopening safely
      Cornwall Council is saying a big thank you to businesses for their efforts in keeping customers safe as they finally opened their doors at the weekend following the lockdown. Pubs, restaurants, accommodation providers and hairdressers were allowed to reopen from Saturday as the Government eased restrictions for the hospitality sector. Businesses had to put in […]
    • Cornwall’s high streets prepare to re-open with safety top of mind
      Safety is the number one priority for Cornwall’s high street businesses as many of them prepare to open their doors tomorrow for the first time since lockdown. Following weeks of preparation, local towns will look and feel quite different to the way they were three months ago when the Covid-19 pandemic forced them to close […]
    • Help available for shielded residents as guidance changes
      As guidance and support for shielded residents change from next week, Cornwall Council, Volunteer Cornwall and NHS Kernow are reminding anyone needing assistance with food shopping, medical prescriptions and social support, that help is on hand. Letters explaining the new advice are being sent out to everyone who has been asked to self-isolate for the […]
    • Cornwall’s not wild about ‘wild’ camping
      As Cornwall prepares to welcome back visitors, campers are being asked to plan their visits and book ahead rather than leave it to chance where they stay overnight.   So-called ‘wild camping’, where campers pitch out in the open away from official campsites, is increasingly popular - but can be problematic, and in some cases dangerous. […]
    • Council staff give support in high streets during reopening
      Public protection officers will patrol town centres throughout Cornwall from this weekend to help support hospitality businesses in reopening safely after the lockdown.  Cornwall Council staff will be on hand to offer advice to pubs, restaurants, bars, and takeaways as they welcome customers for the first time from this Saturday, July 4.  Hospitality businesses including pubs, restaurants, bars, takeaways, hotels, bed […]
    • First year of screen agency drives talent development, accessibility and Cornish Language production
      Set up through joint investment from Cornwall Council and the Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Local Enterprise Partnership in July 2019 to drive economic growth in the film, TV, games & animation sectors, Screen Cornwall has spent its first year focusing on the foundations – harnessing great talent and establishing a clear brand positioning within […]
    • Next steps in ambitious Looe Flood Defence scheme
      Following Cornwall Council’s decision to support the development of the Looe Flood Defence Project last year, significant progress is being made in turning the original designs enthusiastically supported by the local community into an exciting and ambitious flood protection and economic regeneration scheme which will benefit both the town and the wider South East Cornwall […]
    • New contract award means new bus routes, more frequent services and greener buses in Cornwall from April 2020
      Bus services in Cornwall are set to further improve from April 2020 when a new package of supported services is introduced with improved frequencies and routes, reduced fares for passengers, better links with rail, integrated school transport services and more environmentally friendly buses. A new eight year contract has been awarded to Go Cornwall Bus, […]
    • The Virus seems to survive better in a 5 degree Centigrade area
      The Virus seems to survive better in a 5 degree Centigrade area This could be your fridge
    • Hope is on its way
      Let us hope we can manage to avoid the virus
      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 […]