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    • Covid-19: A message from Assistant Chief Constable Glen Mayhew
      “The vast majority of the public continue to be supportive of our actions and are adhering to restrictions, and I am keen that we continue to operate a policing style that is one of engagement and encouragement. “New legislation has been introduced which provides the police with additional powers relating to Covid-19 restrictions. This includes […]
    • Assault, Plymouth
       Police are appealing for information following reports of an assault in Plymouth.  The incident was reported to have taken place at around 7.15pm on Friday 13 March on Pennycomequick Hill, Saltash Road.  The victim, a 37-year-old woman from Plymouth, was stood at a pedestrian crossing when she was in collision with a man on a […]
    • Collision involving cyclist near Bideford
      Police investigating reports of a hit and run are appealing for witnesses. Emergency services were called just after 1pm on Thursday 26 March to the A388 between Monkleigh and Salterns to reports of a collision involving a cyclist and a lorry. The cyclist, a man in his 70s, was located by an off duty police […]
    • Serious injury collision, Falmouth
      Police were called at around 10.30am on Saturday 4 April, following reports of a collision on Penwarne Road near Mawnan Smith, Falmouth. The collision involved a car and a tractor towing a trailer. Police officers attended the scene along with colleagues from the Ambulance and Fire and Rescue services. As a result of the collision […]
    • COVID-19: Weekend policing
      Devon & Cornwall Police has asked that people do not make journeys to its force area this weekend, nor next weekend which is the Easter Bank Holiday, if they are unnecessary in light of clear government advice on social distancing and unnecessary travel. This advice has the express aim of slowing the spread of coronavirus, […]
    • Missing man, Newton Abbot
      Jamie Jones has been located safe and well by police. Thank you for your assistance in this matter.
    • Assault, Truro/Penzance
      Police are appealing for information after a man was assaulted on a bus travelling from Truro to Penzance. The victim, aged in his 20s, was targeted by two males and headbutted while on the top deck of the TR1 service at around 8.30pm on Saturday 21 March. Both suspects boarded the bus at Truro Railway Station.  […]
    • Stay home, stay safe
      In light of recent guidance issued by the National Police Chiefs Council (NPCC) and College of Policing, Devon & Cornwall Police is not changing advice on traveling. Government advice remains the same, and it is expressly to prevent the spread of coronavirus, to save lives, and to protect the NHS. It includes the following: Only […]
    • Arson, Truro
      Police investigating a suspected act of arson in Devoran, Truro, have issued an appeal for information. Firefighters tackled a blaze at an under-construction property in Belmont Terrace which started between 6.30pm and 7.55pm on Monday 24 February. The fire, which engulfed the entire timber-framed building, is believed to have been started deliberately and police enquiries […]
    • Fraud, Exeter
      Police are appealing for the public’s help in identifying the man pictured in the police E-fit image, following reports of fraudulent activity in Exeter. The incidents relating to fraudulent building work took place in Exeter between September and October 2019 and then again in February 2020. The activity was reported to have taken place in […]

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    • More than £116m paid out to Cornish businesses affected by coronavirus pandemic
      Around 10,000 businesses across Cornwall have received a total of £116m in grant funding to help cope with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. A further 3,500 businesses have applied to Cornwall Council within the last three days for a business support grant – a fund set up by the Government and administered by the Council.  Over the […]
    • Call to holiday lets to follow COVID-19 closure orders
      Ahead of the Easter holidays Cornwall Council is calling on holiday accommodation providers, including letting agents and online booking platforms, to support the COVID-19 response by following the Government’s closure orders. The overwhelming majority of holiday accommodation providers such as self- catering businesses, bed and breakfasts, caravan parks, hotels, campsites and holiday homes have shut […]
    • New domestic abuse campaign launched as cases expected to increase
      Safer Cornwall has launched a campaign to raise awareness to mitigate the increased risks of domestic abuse in this period, and the challenges of providing adequate support, as the Coronavirus will have serious impacts on the lives of those living with domestic abuse. The campaign aims to reassure communities that vital services are still available […]
    • Covid 19 - Update on Cornwall’s rubbish and recycling services
      Kerbside collections of rubbish (weekly) and recycling (fortnightly) continue on their usual days. But residents should note that bin crews may not arrive at their usual collection times over the coming weeks. Please put rubbish and recycling out by 7am, and it should be collected by 6 pm. Please report any missed collections on the […]
    • While Cornwall’s Libraries are closed, why not reach out for a virtual read?
      All of Cornwall’s libraries have had to close their doors due to the Covid crisis, and mobile libraries are off the road. But for as long as this unprecedented situation lasts, the service is reminding people that there is a wealth of good reading available online. Cornwall Library Members can access eBooks, Audiobooks, newspapers and […]
    • Council brings forward support for Cornwall’s culture and creative economy
      The Council is bringing forward £687,000 of planned financial support for Cornwall’s cultural and creative sector to help organisations that have been heavily affected by the impact of the COVID-19 virus. The organisations set to receive funding include local theatres, creative workspaces, performing art organisations, creative business support organisations, Cornish language community groups, museums and […]
    • Retired or former social workers needed to support Cornwall’s most vulnerable
      A call has gone out for any former or retired social workers to help Cornwall’s most vulnerable people during this time of unprecedented demand. Cornwall Council would like to hear from anyone living in Cornwall who has experience of working in social care - including retired social workers or those who have recently left the […]
    • Registration of births, deaths and marriages during Covid 19
      Emergency legislation to register deaths by phone has now been implemented. None of Cornwall’s Register Offices will be open except for existing appointments to register a death. No more face-to-face death registration appointments will be made. From now until further notice, people will be able to make a request to register a death through an […]
    • Cornwall Council calls on government to speed up delivery of PPE supplies
      Cornwall Council, in partnership with the Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Leadership Board, has called on the government to increase the speed at which personal protective equipment (PPE) is made available to key workers in Cornwall. Council leader Julian German said it was vital that key workers and organisations who need PPE to safely carry […]
    • Cornwall Council reaches landmark in Langarth Garden Village project
      Cornwall Council has acquired around 120 acres of land at Langarth - marking a major milestone in delivering the ambitious Garden Village project. The transfer of land brings the council a step closer to its goal of providing a new community with local character, strong services and integrated and accessible transport and green spaces. Plans […]
    • 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 […]
    • The Virus
      Lets hope we can beat the virus Stay Safe and keep your distance Tags: virus
    • 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
    • Government Brexit policy wrong again
      The government our playing games with peoples lives. They will not admit they have failed sorting brexit out They are out of touch with the real world. Brexit has been dragging on. The economy is stuck and is drifting down. Companies are going bust, There is no clear policy coming from the government. The government […]
    • Latest Brexit Compromise
      The governments latest agreement to leave the EU is technically a brexit but is worse than staying in the EU. So how can we support it? As we have not been able to negotiate decent terms to leave the EU. THE GOVERNMENT MUST DECLARE THAT IN THE INTEREST OF THE COUNTRY WE DO NOT LEAVE […]
    • Government have got immigration wrong
      We need workers for Care Homes, Hostels, Restaurants, Hotels English people are reluctant to work in these sectors The governments plan is to ensure there are no immigrants for these sectors. Once they do that these companies will have to reduce their services or close. No Hope for us Tags: immigration
    • MPs still don't have the answers to Brexit
      Let the people have a second referendum. The questions to ask is "Stay In or Out" (Maybe using the same terms as a Norway or Canadian solution) We have got fed up of years of weak discussions and uncertainties that are creating a poor economy. The government is also not focusing on the real problems […]
    • Brexit Cabinet Paper is a weak compromise
      The time is coming for The Government to admit it is unable to sort Brexit out. It has cost us money and time and they are no further forward. They are getting stuck into a black hole. We can only now give it back to the voter to decide. Leave without a deal or stay […]