A Public Meeting held at the Village Hall on Saturday 30th September 2017. Notes regarding views from the public on the desirability, or otherwise, of a bypass for Grampound (attended by approx. 100 residents).
Hundreds of children from across Cornwall have come together in the last few weeks to perform as part of the Cornwall Music Education Hub’s schools annual vocal programme, ‘Songfest’. This year was the largest Songfest to date with children from over seventy schools and colleges performing in nine different venues around Cornwall. The theme was ‘A […]
There’s a chance to experience the incredibly dark night sky of Bodmin Moor at a free stargazing evening focusing on the wonders of the constellation Orion. The stargazing evening will be led by Caradon Observatory and takes place on Saturday 17 February at Jamaica Inn. The evening […]
Cornwall Councillors voted unanimously yesterday to keep the new reduced fee of £350 for providing residential disabled parking bays in Cornwall, and endorsed the work being undertaken with disability groups to ensure that Cornwall remains in step with other local authorities when setting the charges for providing disabled parking bays in the future. The reduced […]
Cornwall Council today agreed to provide up to £3million of capital funding to support building a Stadium for Cornwall which will be a multi-use sports, education, business, health and community facility and the permanent home for the Cornish Pirates and Truro City Football Club. The Stadium for Cornwall project will contribute to wider economic and […]
Parents of reception age children across Cornwall found out today which school their child has been allocated for September, with the majority being offered their first preference. Cornwall Council received 5,486 applications for reception places for pupils to start school in September 2018. Of those, 5221 (95.2%) have been offered a place at their first preference school, […]