The Drummer statue that is located in the centre of Truro is being moved whilst work takes place at the Hall for CornwallRead the full story ›
A volunteer-led community group are warning that abandoned items of clothing on beaches pose a real threat to wildlife.Read the full story ›
The charity that runs Looe Music Festival has ceased trading.Read the full story ›
Cornish Pirates have a new arrival who is loving life in Cornwall and eager for the first game to get under way.Read the full story ›
More than 350 people applied for the job of visitor services manager after it was widely shared on social media.Read the full story ›
The ex-public toilet in Cornwall, is offered freehold with a guide price of £15,000.Read the full story ›
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Several holiday makers have ended up in hot water after taking stones from Crackington Haven beach, near Bude.
One 'pebble thief' was forced to drive hundreds of miles to avoid paying a £1,000 fine.
The parish council have put up signs telling beachgoers that they mustn't take stones off the beach as it can cause erosion.
Faith Addison says the challenge will take six weeks.Read the full story ›
Rachel George is calling on businesses to install accessible toilets so that her disabled son and thousands of others can enjoy days out.Read the full story ›
'Squidge' the penguin is the first ever chick to be hand-reared at the sanctuary.Read the full story ›