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Meet the Makers in Camborne

Meet the Makers in Camborne

Camborne’s regular Friday produce market is going to be boosted throughout July and August with the addition of stalls run by local arts and craft makers. Situated in the town’s main square, the market has long been a favourite with local residents and visitors keen...
Annie, art and defying religious extremism

Annie, art and defying religious extremism

Two hundred years ago in 1818, a group of men and women gathered at the County Library in Truro to establish a society of learning and culture that still exists and thrives today. The Royal Institution of Cornwall (RIC) runs the Royal Cornwall Museum and the Courtney...
Tennis in Bodmin bucks the national trend

Tennis in Bodmin bucks the national trend

It’s Wimbledon and that time of year when tennis becomes a popular spectator sport. Whilst millions of us love watching, however, Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) statistics reveal a continuing decline in participation rates – currently 3.4% year on year, according to...

Refurbishment due to begin at Helston Sports Centre

More than £460,000 is being invested into modernising and refurbishing Better, Helston Sports Centre. Due to begin later this month, the work will include the construction of a brand new gym. The gym will be created from a new mezzanine level, knocked through into the...
Jai takes to the runway in his DMO glove

Jai takes to the runway in his DMO glove

A medical glove fitted and manufactured by Redruth-based DM Orthotics has been modelled alongside Tommy Hilfiger clothing by seven-year-old Jai Srinivasan. The Runway of Dreams show, which took place in New York where Jai and his family live, promotes the...
Witches star returns to The Headland

Witches star returns to The Headland

Jane Horrocks has returned to The Headland Hotel in Newquay – the location for the film adaptation of Roald Dahl’s book The Witches, in which she played the role of Miss Irvine. The actor, whose other roles include starring in ‘The Rise and Fall of Little Voice’ and...