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  • Prize-winning farmer fined for animal welfare offences 12 November 2019
    A prize-winning farmer has been fined for causing cruelty to his sheep. Samuel Rogers, 24, of Advent, near Camelford, pleaded guilty at Bodmin Magistrates Court on 7 November 2019 to causing cruelty to sheep, failing to dispose of sheep carcases and failing to provide a suitable environment for livestock. Cornwall Council visited the farm and […]
  • Cornish Trust wins national housing award 9 November 2019
    Partnership working between the residents of a small Cornish community and Cornwall Council to rescue and transform buildings to provide much needed affordable housing for local people on the Rame Peninsula has been recognised with a national award.  The Peninsula Trust, a local community led organisation, came to Cornwall Council with a proposition to buy […]
  • Healthcare permit parking scheme could expand after success of pilot project 8 November 2019
    A pilot scheme to allow carers to park for free when on home visits has proved a success, and looks set to be extended in the New Year. It was introduced across Cornwall in April this year, since when almost 1,500 permits have been issued to staff of Care Quality Commission accredited care organisations. Now […]
  • Harnessing ‘parish power’ to deliver climate action 8 November 2019
    Over one hundred representatives of Cornwall, town, and parish councils have met to discuss how residents have benefited from a decade of effective localism and to hear how Cornwall Council’s plan to tackle the climate emergency could become a template for rural areas to combat global warming.     The Localism Summit in Wadebridge this week was […]
  • Adapting Truro for Change: new exhibition to unveil ground-breaking plans for transforming Pydar Street 8 November 2019
    Find out how a ground-breaking redevelopment project is set to transform Truro into a creative, confident city and lead Cornwall into a successful and prosperous future. Pydar Street – the first project of its kind in the country – will create a prosperous, inclusive and sustainable urban neighbourhood for Truro and we can’t wait to […]