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  • Coast protection works at Long Rock completed 16 August 2019
    A major project to improve the coastal resilience in Mounts Bay has been completed, with a 350 metre length of the coast at Long Rock now open for the general public. Over 12,500 tonnes of locally sourced rock has been used to protect the most vulnerable section of this coast from eroding and being breached […]
  • Cornwall says: ‘No more rubbish excuses!’ 14 August 2019
    This summer Cornwall is saying a polite but firm ‘no more rubbish excuses’ to the minority of people who litter in our beautiful Duchy and is inviting residents, tourists and visitors alike to help get the message across by going to Each year, Cornwall Council’s street cleaning contractor works round the clock to keep […]
  • Clean Air Day sparks a small green wave 13 August 2019
    The number of car journeys at Berrycoombe Primary School in Bodmin dropped by 80% to mark Clean Air Day in June.  The figures from Sustrans, the Sustainable Transport charity, show that more than 58 families left the car at home and walked, cycled or scooted to school instead. Studies have shown that air pollution concentrates […]
  • Made in Cornwall launches a Summer Fair 12 August 2019
    Some of Cornwall’s finest produce will be showcased at a special event on Lemon Quay in Truro this week.  The first ever Made in Cornwall Summer Fair will build on the success of the Easter and Christmas events and will feature some of Cornwall’s best produce from Wednesday 14 until Saturday 17 August. Over 40 […]
  • Local Heroes photography exhibition supports people in Cornwall to talk about mental health 12 August 2019
    People in Cornwall are being encouraged to talk more about their feelings to support good mental health with the help of a photography exhibition that has just launched in Newquay, Cornwall. This is a joint project between photographer Jon Mackenzie and Cornwall Council, Wavelength and the male suicide prevention charity CALM, who want to use […]