Monthly Archives: November 2021

Penzance Mayor Christmas card contest winners revealed

Ben Wood’s winning Christmas card from Mousehole Primary School (Image: Penzance City Council) The winners of the Penzance Mayor Christmas Card Contest have been announced. Cllr Jonathan How, Mayor of Penzance, chose seven winners, including one overall winner, from local school students in the parish who created Christmas card designs …

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Advisor calls for more to be done to end violence against women and girls

A counselor says she hopes a motion calling for an end to violence against women and girls will get more people talking about the issue. Thalia Marrington brought forward the motion for today’s (November 30) Cornwall Council meeting which calls on Council to do more work to tackle the issue. …

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Kendal theater group to hold first show since pandemic

A Kendal-based COMMUNITY theater group rehearses for their first show since the start of the pandemic. Next week, the Kendal Gilbert and Sullivan Society will host its first performance since the start of the pandemic. The group will perform ‘Trail by Jury’ at St. George’s Church, Kendal on Saturday December …

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Christmas race day is almost here – Central Queensland Today

The day of the Christmas race is expected to draw a massive crowd. By Ian Mill, CEO of the Rockhampton Jockey Club Hello everyone again and didn’t it feel good to see the recent rain? It is absolutely necessary and I am sure all our country readers will be delighted. …

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“French fishermen want direct talks with Jersey”

Chris Le Masurier aboard the Normandy Trader in the port of St Helier holding the Breton flag which was given to him Photo: DAVID FERGUSON (32134990) Yesterday, French ships blocked three Channel ports – St Malo, Ouistreham and Calais – in the latest stage of the long-running dispute between the …

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Huge train disruption as services suspended after falling trees and debris

Several train services were suspended this morning due to strong and powerful winds. Storm Arwen is currently raging and has already caused disruption overnight with hundreds of homes are without electricity. Train services have now been suspended between Bristol Temple Meads and Taunton in the northbound direction as well as …

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Franco-British acrimony hinders progress on Channel crossings

Written by Mark Landler Sometimes the feuds between Britain and France can seem trivial and more than a little irritable. But the latest wave of recriminations, following the tragic deaths of at least 27 migrants in a fragile inflatable boat off the French coast, puts the two countries at odds …

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Plan for the new Taunton nursery among the latest applications

THE following requests and notifications have been received for consideration by Somerset West and Taunton Council and can be inspected online at www.somersetwestandtaunton.gov.uk/planning, or electronically only at reception, The Deane House, Belvedere Road, Taunton, TA1 1HE. 04/0006 / LB: Repair and refurbishment of 9 sash windows at Park House, Bickenhall …

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Everything you need to know about the 1967 Chevrolet Camaro

Many enthusiasts of the 1967 Chevrolet Camaro admires these automobiles for their rugged and striking appearance. The classic vehicle is a tribute to a bygone era in vehicle creation. Beginning in the late 1960s, the 1967 Camaro began to take on a rugged, raw appearance. They were athletic, short, and …

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Mark Gatiss’ TV version brings The Amazing Mr Blunden back to print | Children and adolescents

A forgotten children’s classic returns to print after more than 30 years, following Mark Gatiss’ new take on the 1972 film The Amazing Mr Blunden, which hits television this Christmas. Ahead of the festive production directed by and starring Gatiss, which appears alongside Tamsin Greig and Simon Callow, Virago Books …

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