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    • Temporary traffic signals on the B3247 Seaton to Hessenford
      Temporary traffic lights will be in place on the B3247 between Seaton and Hessenford from tomorrow, Friday 26 August, due to subsidence of the carriageway. The subsidence, which was being monitored, has deteriorated to an unsafe level. Cornwall Council will carry out site investigations to look at design options for a future solution to stabilise […]
    • Callington Town Council hosts new Cornwall Council information service
      Callington Town Council will be hosting a new Cornwall Council self-serve Information Service in the Town Hall from the end of September. The new free self-service facilities include two computers for accessing Cornwall Council services online, a phone to contact Council services, and a post box for mail for Council services. The Town Hall office, […]
    • Portreath community works together to make a cleaner Cornwall
      Joyce Duffin, Cornwall Council Portfolio Holder for Housing and Environment and Councillor for Mount Hawke and Portreath, organised a community litter pick last week in Portreath. Volunteers from Portreath gave up their time to clean up areas in the village and Clean Cornwall provided the volunteers with litter pick grabbers, high-vis vests, black bin bags […]
    • Awards event celebrates achievements of Adult Education Learners
      Nineteen adult learners from all over Cornwall were honoured at County Hall in July at a ceremony hosted by Council Chairman Ann Kerridge. The award winners – the youngest age 17 and the oldest 75 – were chosen from over 6,000 adult learners for their commitment to learning modern languages, maths, English, creative arts, Access […]
    • Council congratulates GCSE students in Cornwall
      Cornwall Council is congratulating all the students receiving their GCSE results today. This year sees a change to the headline measures that the Government will report, focusing on Progress 8 and Attainment 8, as well as the percentage of students achieving GCSE grades A*-C in English and maths.  Early indications suggest that students in Cornwall […]
    • Camborne, Pool, Illogan and Redruth Community Network Panel to discuss Police and Crime Plan
      Residents of the Camborne, Pool, Illogan and Redruth (CPIR) Community Network Panel area are invited to the September meeting of the CPIR Community Network Panel. Items on the agenda include the Police and Crime Plan, the Electoral Review and the Local Devolution Fund. All are invited to attend the CPIR Community Network Panel meeting which […]
    • Free car parking in Bodmin to help town during construction of ‘Building a Better Bodmin’
      Visitors and shoppers to Bodmin will be able to park for free in several town centre car parks from Monday 12 September. Cornwall Council and Bodmin Town Council have offered the concession to help encourage people to visit the town centre during construction of Building a Better Bodmin. Made up of 12 separate schemes, Building […]
    • Free tours of former Redruth Brewery
      The Archives and Cornish Studies Service are offering free tours of the former Redruth Brewery site to coincide with the national Heritage Open Days scheme and Redruth’s International Mining and Pasty Festival. Visitors will have the opportunity to see the progress that has been made on the site so far, and hear more about plans […]
    • Policing and Local Devolution Fund on the agenda for the Helston and South Kerrier Community Network Panel
      Residents of the Helston and South Kerrier Community Network Panel area are invited to the September meeting of the Helston and South Kerrier Community Network Panel, items on the agenda include the Police and Crime Plan, local policing and the Local Devolution Fund. All are invited to attend the Helston and South Kerrier Community Network […]
    • New study shows impact of 12,000 years of sea level rises on Isles of Scilly
      The Lyonesse Project, a study of the impact of sea level rise on the Isles of Scilly over the past 12,000 years, has been formally published by Cornwall Council with funding from Historic England - marking the culmination of seven years of work. Popularly associated with the legendary lost land of Lyonesse, the Isles of […]

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