Travellers asked to leave Quarry car park in Falmouth

This is The West Country:

10:43am Tuesday 30th September 2014

Travellers that have set up camp in a Falmouth car park have been asked to leave.

Online fundraising campaign to bring Foo Fighters to Cornwall

This is The West Country: Foo Fighters by Alex de Mora

2:16pm Tuesday 30th September 2014

An online fundraising campaign to bring the Foo Fighters to Cornwall has already raised over £68,000.

Business hots up for Helston based biomass boilers firm

This is The West Country:

1:00pm Tuesday 30th September 2014

ONE of Cornwall’s leading installers of biomass boilers says it has increased its turnover from £150,000 to £1.2 million and trebled its staff numbers in the last 12 months.

Cornwall Council cuts consultation to roll into Falmouth

This is The West Country:

1:00pm Tuesday 30th September 2014

The people of Falmouth and Penryn will have an opportunity to make their voices heard over Cornwall Council budget cuts at public meetings next month.

Free doughnuts for all as storage firm celebrates opening in Redruth

This is The West Country: Penton Taylor and Emily Lodge at the Doughnut Dash

2:09pm Tuesday 30th September 2014

UK Storage Company will be giving out 2,000 doughnuts for free to mark the opening of their new store in Redruth.

Auction fundraiser for Porthleven lights

This is The West Country: Good turnout for Porthleven lights switch-on: PICTURES

11:00am Tuesday 30th September 2014

Porthleven Lights Committee is hosting its Harvest Festival auction on Thursday, October 16 at the Atlantic Inn in Porthleven.

Date set for Penryn Royal British Legion AGM

This is The West Country: Games evening at Abbots Langley Royal British Legion

10:20am Tuesday 30th September 2014

The Penryn Branch of the Royal British Legion will hold its AGM at the Penryn and Falmouth Sea Cadet Unit on Commercial Road in Penryn next Wednesday, October 1, at 7.30pm.

Fuel price war heats up as Asda cuts cost

This is The West Country: FILLING UP: 42 petrol stations have closed in the North-East in the past five years

9:36am Tuesday 30th September 2014

Motorists filling up will be getting a little more for their money as a supermerket price war heats up.

End of the road for tax disks tomorrow: DETAILS

This is The West Country: Car tax crackdown as thousands don't pay in Helston and Falmouth

9:30am Tuesday 30th September 2014

The small paper disc which has been a feature on car windscreens in the UK for 93 years will be consigned to history tomorrow.

Elderly woman dies after Newquay cliff fall

This is The West Country: 'Suicidal' woman talked down from Newquay cliff top

9:31am Tuesday 30th September 2014

A woman found in a cave at Porth Beach has died in hospital.

UPDATE: Two men in custody after woman shot in head at Cornish car park

This is The West Country: Murder probe after man is knifed in Greenford

9:15am Tuesday 30th September 2014

Two men are in police custody following the discovery of a woman with serious head injuries in a car park in Looe,

Sunny September was driest since records began in 1910

This is The West Country: Sunshine brings a tourism boost to the Cotswolds

9:10am Tuesday 30th September 2014

This is set to be the driest September across the UK since records began in 1910, with exceptionally low rainfall for many parts of the country, the Met Office said.

Council cuts consultation comes to Helston

This is The West Country: Community groups urged to apply for cash help

9:00am Tuesday 30th September 2014

The impact of proposed budgets cuts at Cornwall Council could have on Helston and the surrounding area will be discussed at a public meeting next month.

Attempted murder arrest after woman shot in the head in car park

This is The West Country:

4:03pm Monday 29th September 2014

A woman is in hospital with a serious head injury and two men are in police custody after a major police operation involving firearms officers this morning.

Moonlight Memory Walk returns to Falmouth: PICTURES

This is The West Country:

2:39pm Monday 29th September 2014

HUNDREDS of women took to the streets of Falmouth on Saturday night to raise money for Children’s Hospice South West’s (CHSW) through the annual Moonlight Memory Walk.

Diversions in place as A30 exit slip roads closed at Redruth

This is The West Country:

5:50pm Monday 29th September 2014

Drivers are warned that exit slip roads from the A30 at Redruth will be closed in both directions at Avers Roundabout due resurfacing work.

Fuel-price war as supermarket cuts 5p a litre off petrol and diesel

This is The West Country: Sainsbury's Trafford stores no longer sending any waste to landfill

4:47pm Monday 29th September 2014

Sainsbury's has sparked a likely supermarket fuel-price war by slashing up to 5p a litre off the cost of its petrol and diesel.

Workmen say 'pants' to new 'Ann Summers' store in Helston

This is The West Country:

2:54pm Monday 29th September 2014

It seems that workmen refitting the closed Julian Graves have their own idea which business could be moving in.

Falmouth RNLI Guild helps raise funds to save lives

This is The West Country:

2:30pm Monday 29th September 2014

THE Falmouth RNLI Guild held its autumn fair at Mawnan Memorial Hall at the weekend when £310.29 was raised for RNLI funds.

Falmouth Primary Academy reopens after £3 million refurbishment

This is The West Country:

1:00pm Monday 29th September 2014

Falmouth Primary Academy has re-opened, after a £3m project to refurbish the entire school was completed on time for the start of the new academic year.

Moped rider in Helston was twice drink driving limit

This is The West Country: Groom ends up in police cell on day of wedding after alleged drink-driving incident in Newhaven

11:00am Monday 29th September 2014

A moped rider spotted by police after the bike was driven in a 'poorly balanced way' has been banned from the road.

Pendennis apprentices' achievements celebrated

This is The West Country:

10:00am Monday 29th September 2014

Olympic sailing hero, Sir Ben Ainslie, celebrated the achievements of 13 apprentices from Falmouth’s award-winning Pendennis Shipyard at an event held at the Southampton Boat Show.

Truro motorbike crash leaves two with 'life changing injuries'

This is The West Country:

9:25am Monday 29th September 2014

A motorbike rider and pillion passenger have been left with 'life changing injuries' after crashing into railings on the A390 near Sainsbury's on Saturday.

Wartime theme at Mabe fundraiser: PICTURES

This is The West Country:

9:00am Monday 29th September 2014

With a wartime theme, Mabe Youth and Community Project’s autumn fayre included a commemoration of the part the village played in Britain’s war effort.

Falmouth man fined and banned for driving with no insurance

This is The West Country:

9:00am Monday 29th September 2014

A Falmouth man has been fined and banned from the road after being caught driving with no insurance.

Steps taken to stop booze blight near Helston Football Club

This is The West Country:

9:00am Monday 29th September 2014

Alcohol issues have been highlighted in a residential area next to Helston Football Club.

Former hospital trust vice chairman calls MP 'hypocrite' over hospital parking criticism

This is The West Country:

9:13am Monday 29th September 2014

The former vice chairman of Royal Cornwall Hospital Trust has called Truro MP's criticism of an unpopular decision to increase staff car parking 'hypocrisy'.

Fuel on fire after A30 crash

This is The West Country:

8:55am Monday 29th September 2014

Firefighters had to tackle flaming fuel on the A30 on Sunday after being called to a burning car.

Falmouth man admits assault in hospital over rucksack containing cider

This is The West Country:

7:00am Monday 29th September 2014

A Falmouth man has admitted an assault after a row over a rucksack containing cider.

Coffee morning raises over £700 for village health centre

This is The West Country:

2:30pm Sunday 28th September 2014

A coffee morning in St Keverne has helped support the work of the village health centre.

Two Falmouth council staff take a tumble and break bones on walk to work

This is The West Country: Council to underwrite new Falmouth bus service

2:00pm Sunday 28th September 2014

It sounds like a skit from a |comedy show – two council workers ending up in the same A&E department at the same time and both coming out |plastered, but that is the painful truth of what happened in Falmouth on Monday.

Falmouth Spring Flower Show photo competition opens for entrants

This is The West Country: IT'S THE WEEKEND: Grow It - Our Welsh national flower, the daffodil

2:00pm Sunday 28th September 2014

The organisers of the Falmouth Spring Flower Show have announced the subjects for their 2015 photography competition.

Pumpkin bounty as Lost Gardens of Heligan unveils annual harvest display

This is The West Country:

1:00pm Sunday 28th September 2014

The Lost Gardens of Heligan has unveiled its annual Harvest Display this weekend, with a huge display of pumpkins taking centre stage.

Falmouth Harbour Commisioners look for new board members

This is The West Country: Falmouth Harbour Commissoners new £100,000 patrol boat.

1:00pm Sunday 28th September 2014

Falmouth Harbour Commissioners (FHC) are looking for two new members to join its Board of Commissioners, but anyone interested needs to act fast as the deadline for applications is October 5.

Scholarship for Helston sports therapy student

This is The West Country:

12:00pm Sunday 28th September 2014

A student from Helston has qualified for a scholarship to study sports therapy at the University of Worcester, in recognition of her excellent grades.

Falmouth AgeUK centre needs help with garden

This is The West Country: A person pouring water into the watering can. Warm weather means there could be hosepipe bans this summer. See PA Feature GARDENING Gardening Column. Picture credit should read: PA Photo/Homebase. WARNING: This picture must only be used to accompany PA Fe

11:30am Sunday 28th September 2014

The AgeUK Day Centre in Falmouth needs a volunteer to water its garden twice a week. A sensory garden, enjoyed by day centre users, it has hanging baskets and pot plants.

New St Keverne mixed choir starts with a song

This is The West Country: Sheet music

10:00am Sunday 28th September 2014

The inaugural meeting of a new mixed choir at St Keverne attracted 30 people who ran through two pieces, leading to many of them indicating they will be returning for future rehearsals.

Oars stolen from Falmouth Watersports Centre

This is The West Country: Murder probe after man is knifed in Greenford

10:00am Sunday 28th September 2014

A pair of eight foot pine oars were stolen from Falmouth Watersports Centre sometime between September 1 and 13.

Phone stolen from Falmouth bar

This is The West Country:

9:00am Sunday 28th September 2014

A white iPhone 4S was stolen from a table near the ground floor dance floor at Mango’s Bar and Club in Falmouth’s Church Street between 1.30am and 2am on September 7.

Are you the victim of a loan shark in Cornwall?

This is The West Country: RED FLAG ALERT: A blue shark like the one spotted in waters off West Bay

8:30am Sunday 28th September 2014

A bid to crack down on loan sharks that prey on the vulnerable in Cornwall has been launched by Safer Cornwall.

£1m appeal launched to to help build £2.8m cancer support centre at Royal Cornwall Hospital

This is The West Country:

7:20am Sunday 28th September 2014

Macmillan Cancer Support and Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust are launching a £1m appeal to help build a new £2.8m cancer support centre at Royal Cornwall Hospital, Truro.

No plea entered at former ShelterBox chief executive's fraud hearing

This is The West Country:

7:00am Sunday 28th September 2014

The founder of international aid charity ShelterBox appeared at the Old Bailey in London on Monday accused of fraud.

18-year-old injured in Helston crash 'out of danger'

This is The West Country:

5:00pm Saturday 27th September 2014

An 18-year-old woman is no longer in a life threatening condition after being involved in a collision in Helston last Thursday afternoon.

Look back in time: German U-Boat ace offered wine after sinking ships off Cornwall

This is The West Country:

1:00pm Saturday 27th September 2014

The Royal Navy is this week marking the World War I sinking of the three cruisers - HMS Aboukir, HMS Hogue and HMS Cressy – sunk by a German U-boat on September 22 1914 off the Dutch coast in the North Sea with a total loss of life of 1,459 men, including sailors from Falmouth and a St Mawes.

Helston's mayor hold dance for charity funds

This is The West Country: Walk and talk with the new mayor of Helston this Sunday

3:00pm Saturday 27th September 2014

The latest Mayor’s Dance in Helston raised £250 for two charities in the town.

Penryn mayor honoured for work with town's sea cadets

This is The West Country: Annual awards for Falmouth and Penryn Sea Cadets: PICTURES

3:00pm Saturday 27th September 2014

The mayor of Penryn, Councillor Gill Grant, is to be presented with the Lord Lieutenant's Certificate for Meritorious Service to the Reserve Forces and Cadets, at a ceremony at the Alverton Hotel in Truro on Tuesday, October 14.

Councils across Cornwall support call to change bank holiday parking rules

This is The West Country:

2:00pm Saturday 27th September 2014

An appeal started in Helston to change Bank Holiday on-street parking restrictions has so far received the backing of 25 other councils in Cornwall.

Penryn Museum volunteers honoured for hard work and dedication over 20 years

This is The West Country:

2:00pm Saturday 27th September 2014

The hard work and dedication of volunteers over the past 20 years was praised last week when the Arts Council England bestowed full accreditation upon Penryn Museum which opens the doors to future funding and advice.

Last of summer season concerts at Princess Pavilion this Sunday

This is The West Country: Abbey Brass in Concert

1:00pm Saturday 27th September 2014

The summer season of afternoon band concerts at the Princess Pavilion in Falmouth ends this Sunday with the ever popular Illumination Brass rounding things off.

Panto to return to Stithians after 25 year break... Oh yes it it is

This is The West Country: Last year's pantomime, Jack and the Giant

12:00pm Saturday 27th September 2014

The people of Stithians will be able to enjoy the delights of a pantomime next year after a break of more than a quarter of a century, but help is needed to ensure the production makes it to the stage.






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