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Two new Special Olympics groups for St Austell

Two new Special Olympics groups for St Austell

Up to 100 people with learning disabilities and autism in the St Austell area are attending weekly sessions at St Austell Leisure Centre thanks to a collaboration between GLL, which runs the centre, Cornwall Sports Partnership, which provided the funding, and Cornwall...
Adopt an object launched

Adopt an object launched

Imagine having a vested interest in the largest, most strikingly beautiful liroconite crystal in the world or a magnificent Bronze Age gold lunulae? Perhaps a Bernard Leach pot would be more to your taste or the medicine chest of Richard Lander, the son of a Truro...
Summer has begun at the Princess Pavilion

Summer has begun at the Princess Pavilion

Extended opening hours and free entertainment herald the start of summer at the Princess Pavilion in Falmouth this month. Now open between 10am and 11pm, Monday to Saturday and 10am to 4pm on Sundays, visitors can enjoy a variety of choir, jazz and band nights for...
Doorman with a difference

Doorman with a difference

By Sue Bradbury James Pellow was into the third day of his new job at The Royal Duchy Hotel in Falmouth when director Peter Brend senior walked in. Thirty-four years later, it’s a moment James will never forget. “I’d only just been employed and never expected Mr Brend...