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Museum curator Milo is proud to unveil the official website of the Hattiesburg Pocket Museum

Mississippi’s smallest museum, located in downtown Hattiesburg, now has its own website www.hattiesburgpocketmuseum.com. Milo, curator of the museum, now has a new “house” on the Internet to welcome all his guests! Grab a magnifying glass and peer into his little world where (on the desktop version) he pops out of …

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Interview with Jane Johnson for the release of The White Hare

The White Hare, an intriguing tale of fractured relationships and new beginnings, is set in a strange Cornish glen and is based on real-life supernatural experience. We spoke to author Jane Johnson about her new book. Jane Johnson’s husband likes to walk the coastal path. He leaves their home in …

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How to beat mid-term scams – plus the best deals to book now | Travel

AIt took £130billion to – momentarily – lift our spirits and put a glimmer of hope at the end of winter’s dark tunnel. Think back to Thursday and the announcement that energy bills will be capped at £2,500 for two years. It meant families could breathe a sigh of relief …

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10 Hidden Locations In Mario Games That Most Players Never Find

Few things are as satisfying as completing a game, especially ones that are peppered with plenty of additional content for players to discover. Nintendo games in particular are highly admired for the amount of fine detail put into each game, containing everything from franchise references to entire new games. While …

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Falmouth Town Manager Andrew Westgarth on defeating Mousehole

Falmouth Town manager Andrew Westgarth felt his side’s performance deserved a point when they lost 3-2 to Mousehole at the weekend. Mousehole had taken the lead through Moussa Diallo after just 15 minutes, but a quick brace from Town’s Tim Nixon, including a fabulously fired free-kick, had Town ahead at …

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‘Massive selfish’ James Stewart hinted at Hitchcock: ‘A man of steel under all that mush’ | Movies | Entertainment

In 1954, James Stewart starred in his favorite of films with director Alfred Hitchcock. Back Window, which hit cinemas 68 years ago today, was filmed entirely at Paramount Studios and saw the much-loved Hollywood legend star opposite Grace Kelly. According to Stewart: “Everyone just sat and waited [Grace] to come …

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The British pie that has fish heads sticking out of the top crust

According to LoveFood, star pie is an unusual British cake believed to originate from Mousehole, a charming fishing village in Cornwall. Traditionally, it is made with pilchards sticking their heads out of the top crust as if gazing at the stars, hence the name of the pie. And while it …

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FA Vase first qualifying round fixtures this weekend

This weekend marks the return of the FA Vase campaign. The trophy is an annual football competition for temas playing in stages five and six of the non-league system. In Cornwall, this includes the Toolstation Western League (stage five) and the West and East Divisions of the South West Peninsula …

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Tranent Juniors set to appoint new manager after former Hearts striker Calum Elliot resigns

The club today announced the shock departure of the former Hearts striker after two years in charge of the club and said the process to find a successor was already underway. “Tranent Juniors can confirm that Calum Elliot has resigned as manager with immediate effect,” read the club’s statement. “The …

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FA Cup first qualifying round: Helston Athletic to face Torpoint

Helston Athletic will play Torpoint Athletic in the FA Cup first qualifying round. The match is scheduled for Saturday, September 3 with kick-off at 3 p.m. If the teams are tied at the end of the match, the match will be replayed. Their opponents, Torpoint, play in the Toolstation Western …

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Bird flu outbreak in Cornwall near Newlyn: Mousehole Wild Bird Hospital closed

An outbreak of bird flu has been confirmed in Cornwall, with a cull of affected birds due to take place today (Saturday). Defra said ‘highly pathogenic bird flu’, more commonly known as bird flu, was confirmed at premises near Newlyn on Friday – just three days after the risk of …

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FA Cup, Western League and Peninsula League fixtures this weekend

A local FA Cup preliminary round derby is set to take center stage this weekend as Helston Athletic host Falmouth Town in what will be the sides’ first meeting since October 2020. In that match, Helston prevailed 4-3 on the day thanks to an injury time winner from Billy Tucker. …

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Women’s pre-season friendlies on August 13 and 14

Dronfield Town lost 5-0 to Sheffield United Community Foundation (wearing bibs) in midweek. (Photo: Julian Barker) The weekend’s pre-season friendlies open with Manchester United against Liverpool, while Spurs play the Women’s Cup at Louisville. Saturday August 13 Manchester United v Liverpool (Carrington, 12pm) Sunday August 14 (2 p.m.) The 1st …

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North Devon teams survive in FA Cup

North Devon’s trio of representatives in the FA Cup are still in the hat, although two of those sides now face midweek replays. Bideford were the only home side to confirm their place in the next round after a hard-fought 1-0 win at home to Bridgwater United. After a tight …

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Wendron United manager Michael O’Neill previews the Newquay game

Wendron United manager Michael O’Neill believes his side are in a “very good place” heading into the new South West Peninsula League West season. Dron was the only absentee from the first round of matches but will play his first game on Wednesday August 10 when he travels to Mount …

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COMMENT: 84 days after last season’s final, a new FA Cup campaign begins – and it starts in Portsmouth earlier than almost anywhere else

And Portsmouth is one of four places where the extra preliminary round kicks off on Friday night. Baffins Milton Rovers brought forward their home game against Alton the next afternoon to avoid a clash with Pompey’s League One game against Lincoln at Fratton Park. So they can attract a few …

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Five star Barum leaves for a flyer

A new season and a new era began for Barnstaple Town with an emphatic 5-0 win over Bitton to open their Toolstation Western League campaign. Barum nearly pulled off a remarkable escape from the Southern League slump last year, and the good form has continued under manager Craig Laird. After …

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Royal fans praise Charles and Camilla after year of ‘tireless’ commitments – ‘Thank you’ | royal | New

Clarence House has shared an annual review of all official engagements of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles on social media. He revealed the couple had been involved in 397 official engagements, which saw them visit 84 cities and 42 counties. The message read: “From Scillies to Skye, from Cookstown to …

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GOP states sue over right to deny free lunch to LGBTQ kids

In their lawsuit this week, Tennessee and the other states sought to overturn that interpretation and its application to programs in their states. They claimed the USDA’s policy change violated the Administrative Procedures Act, which governs when and how federal agencies can issue new rules and regulations. In their eyes, …

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England’s driest July since 1911 and the second on record

England had its driest July since 1911 amid the heat wave, according to the Met Office. So far this month, the latest data shows that there has been only 15.8 mm (0.6 in) of rain on average, just 24% of the amount expected in average July. At this point – …

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Rennie Mackintosh Hotel in Glasgow branded a ‘nightmare’ with mouse infestation

A GLASGOW hotel that houses homeless people has been branded a ‘nightmare’ and ‘uninhabitable’ by a resident who claims to be living with a mouse infestation. Allan White has been moved to the Rennie Mackintosh Hotel on Union Street, which is financially supported by Glasgow City Council. He says he …

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Draft Southwest approved: New non-leagues for the 2023/24 season

The FA have announced a divisional structure for the South West which aims to tackle the traveling distances faced by clubs in this part of the country. Following discussions, the new structure will be put in place for the 2023/24 season, the season after the one due to start next …

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The royal week from July 16 to 22, 2022

Posted on July 22, 2022 Find out more about highlights of this week’s royal activities, events and engagements. Sunday July 17 The Duchess of Cornwall celebrated her 75th birthdaye anniversary, with new photos released to mark the occasion. Monday July 18 The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall …

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Game shelf takes killing good and slow

As the nerd world gears up for San Diego Comic Con, gaming communities gear up for Gen Con, the early August gaming convention in Indianapolis that serves as an annual hub for creators and fans. Here on Gizmodo, we’re looking forward to all the big reveals that will happen, but …

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Prince Charles and Camilla in Cornwall: Mousehole and Newlyn

The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall are in the Duchy today to visit people in the community and speak with local fishermen. Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, who celebrated his 75th birthday on Saturday, will first be at Mousehole this morning, to meet local people and community groups who …

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GVERT arrest gunman after barricading himself in his suite on Wednesday night

(VicPD) VicPD arrested a man on Wednesday, after he barricaded himself inside a residential unit, causing extensive property damage. Just before 5 p.m. on July 13, officers were called to a multi-unit residential complex in the 700 block of Queens Avenue to a report that a stolen vehicle had been …

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Refugee families invited to St Michael’s Mount in Cornwall

A CHARITY in Cornwall organized a special trip and picnic for a number of Ukrainian families who sought refuge after the war in Cornwall. At the kind invitation of Lady St Levan, the Cornwall Hugs charity brought together 14 Ukrainian refugee families and their Cornish hosts to visit the island …

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Former fishing net loft comes on the market for £1.25million as Cornish locals hit on soaring property prices

A former fishing net loft converted into a holiday home with stunning sea views has hit the market for £1.25million – with Cornish residents facing soaring house prices fueled by landlords second homes and Airbnb rentals. Grade II listed Hope House sits just off the picturesque harbor in the sought …

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Move over London, why Cornwall is the UK’s most creative county right now

For more Cornish inspiration, check out our guides to the best Cornwall Hotels, Restaurants in Cornwallthe the most beautiful villages in Cornwall and the most spectacular Cornish beaches. It was my late father who took me back to South Cornwall – a corner of the country that had meant childhood …

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Supreme Court rules EPA cannot limit greenhouse gas emissions from power plants

[This piece has been published in Restoring America to highlight how a recent Supreme Court decision will serve as a check on government overreach.] The Supreme Court has just decided “the most watched environmental case in decades”, West Virginia v. United States Environmental Protection Agency . In Notice 6-3, Court …

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Cornish beaches where dogs are banned during the day from July 1

Much like their human caregivers, dogs love nothing more than feeling the sand beneath their feet in the summer and splashing at the edge of the shore. However, while dogs are welcome at many beaches in Cornwall, there are some restrictions, many of which start this week. Whether you just …

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WILD THINGS: TREE RATS, THE BIG LIE

A black rat, not to be confused with a tree rat, in the wild. BERNARD DUPONT/Creative Commons I think my favorite Key West tree rat experience was years ago at Blue Heaven. Before they were as busy as they are today, they used to play games in the back corner …

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A care home could be built in Wallington Hill, Fareham

PLANNING heads are considering proposals to build a 75-bed care home in a Hampshire town. NL Care & Palace Capital (Signal) Ltd has applied for permission to transform a large rectangular site in Wallington Hill, Fareham, replacing two office buildings. It says the proposed development will provide retirees with specialist …

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The cheeky Prince William once petrified Beatrice and Eugenie with a chocolate mouse

Prince William was well known for having a cheeky streak during his early years and there are a number of stories to back this up, with an ancestor coming from a former royal leader Prince William was a particularly cheeky little boy There are countless examples of Prince William having …

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Is Bangkok in danger of becoming greener?

There is a decent sized tree just above the back wall of my house in Bangkok which provides welcome shade. So I was a bit concerned the other day when local government workers arrived armed with a chainsaw, explaining that the tree was threatening overhead power lines. I feared the …

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Falmouth Town and Helston Athletic Western League season start

Fixtures have been announced for the Toolstation Western League Opening Day (Stage Five) which will take place on Saturday 30 July. Falmouth Town and Helston Athletic will kick off the season at home. Town are back in the division for the first time since the 1982/83 season, while Helston will …

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The Ukrainian refugee singer talks about the war and how Cornwall’s beauty is helping her

A Ukrainian opera singer who found refuge from the war in Cornwall has opened up for the first time since leaving her home as Russian missiles fell on her town. Anna Zoshchuk escaped from Odessa on the Black Sea a month ago and, thanks to the Homes for Ukraine programme, …

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Elton John’s poignant Jubilee performance for The Queen was thanks to a man in Cornwall

One of the iconic moments of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations goes to a man from Cornwall. The moment Sir Elton John, a personal friend of the Royal Family, sang his classic hit Your Song, which was screened on Buckingham Palace as part of the four-day Platinum Jubilee celebrations, was …

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Penryn Athletic’s Jack Rapsey joins Wadebridge Town

Penryn Athletic’s second top scorer of the 2021/22 season has left the club to join another South West Peninsula Premier West side. It was announced on Saturday afternoon that Jack Rapsey, son of Mark Rapsey who holds the record for most non-league goals scored (goals in 2012), had left the …

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Groundskeeping at Kellaway Park, Helston Athletic

Although the football season ended for many teams in May, there was still intense activity at Helston Athletic’s Kellaway Park. Massey has now taken on a director of football role at the club. Speaking to The Packet, Helston Chairman Paul Hendy gave an overview of the work being done on …

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LATEST RESTRUCTURE: Clubs have launched a ‘merger of equals’

South West Peninsula League CLUBS have received an update on plans to restructure non-League football in the South West. Plans have been submitted to the FA which would see the Western League and Peninsula League merged from the 2023/24 season. The Western League Premier Division at the fifth stage would …

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Reflecting on Welton Rover’s season with Gareth Paisey

GP: I think the promise of the Western League and Project South West restructuring that we hope to see come to fruition in 2023/24 is very exciting and means that this next season is an opportunity that we and the players would ‘t have had otherwise. With, dare I say …

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Why would you? // ADV jumper

The Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico is not Baja California. Nor is it the Copper Canyon, or Oaxaca, or Guanajuato-Queretaro; it’s flat, its roads have about three bends every thousand miles, and most of its Caribbean coast is a tourist zoo where drinking bucket-sized margaritas and curing your sunburn is the …

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Who knew? Bees are fish.

(Reuters) – Lawmakers aren’t “hiding elephants in mouseholes”, the late Justice Antonin Scalia wrote. But what about bumblebees in fish? Scalia’s point – that courts need clear evidence of legislative intent before green-lighting changes in regulatory policy – ​​strikes me as entirely relevant in a real animal kingdom dispute. On …

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Platinum Jubilee Events in Truro, Penzance, Camborne and Redruth

THIS extended bank holiday weekend to celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee in and around Cornwall towns. Penzance, Truro, Redruth and Camborne are all having events taking place this weekend. Starting in Penzance, events will begin from Thursday when the Town Crier will take to the streets on an electric bike to …

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Former Hearts striker Calum Elliot takes Tranent to the Lowland League

East League champions Scotland entered the game as self-proclaimed outsiders against West League grand champions Scotland Ayrshire, but goals in each mi -Times of Wayne McIntosh and Jamie Docherty mean they will now be competing in the fifth tier of Scottish football. in 2022/23. The season is not yet over …

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Financial penalty for clubs following Western League Premier Division expansion

However, the restructuring has significantly expanded the size of the Western League Premier Division, imposing a heavy financial penalty on some clubs, with an average increase in travel distances of almost 50%. Indeed, the challenges are not limited to the traditional WHL footprint. Historically, Cornish teams that had previously joined …

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Upcoming Trends of Embedded IT Portfolio Analytics Application Market Segmented by Type, Application, End-User, and Region – EOS Software, Innotas, Broadcom, Changepoint, Micro Focus, AG Software, Planview, UMT360

New Jersey, United States – The Integrated IT Portfolio Analytics Application Market report includes the upcoming challenges and opportunities in the market. It ensures a strengthened market position and a growing product portfolio by providing all the important details related to the market growth. It reveals some of the key …

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Ukrainian refugee brings home down with moving performance in Cornwall

A professional singer who fled her home in Ukraine as Russian forces bombarded her town has joined a Cornish choir to help raise money for others like her. Refugee Anna Zoshchuk fled her hometown of Odessa two weeks ago and now lives with a family in Truro. More than 14 …

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Mousehole Market Rotation by Top Players Like Forum Energy Technologies, Drillmec – The Daily Vale

“ The Global Rotary Mouse Holes Market 2021 research includes definitions, classifications, applications and industry chain structure. The Global Rotary Mouse Holes Market study covers the international markets, development trends, competitive landscape analysis, and key regions development status. Manufacturing processes and cost structures, as well as development policies and plans, …

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Porthleven FC chairman Rob Hichens on the cup win and new manager

Porthleven FC chairman Rob Hichens has issued a statement to supporters after their recent League Cup triumph from St Piran where they beat Truro City Reserves 2-1 thanks to a last-minute penalty from Martyn Webster. Recounting their path to glory in the competition, the chairman said: “The journey we’ve had …

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Western League and South West Peninsula League 2022/23

Promotions and relegations have now been decided in both the Western League and the South West Peninsular League as teams from both divisions can start preparing for the 2022/23 campaign. The Western League (stage five of the non-league pyramid) will now feature six Cornwall teams. This is after Falmouth Town …

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Plymouth Parkway hopes record crowds will return next season

Plymouth Parkway manager Lee Hobbs hopes the summer break will not hurt growing interest in the club following promotion to the Southern League Premier Division. Hobbs’ side were crowned Division One South champions with a stunning end to the season and with each passing game the crowds at Bolitho Park …

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Dog-free Cornwall beaches; beaches to take dogs after May 15

Many dogs love nothing more than running along a sandy beach, chasing after a ball, or taking a quick dip in the sea. And while their owners also enjoy strolling along the shore while exercising their four-legged friends, they can not all year round. As we head into summer, restrictions …

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Penzance’s celebration of music and art begins in May

Published: 10:15 a.m. May 9, 2022 Update: 11:03 a.m. May 9, 2022 Penzance Catholic Church is hosting a music and arts festival and this year’s special guests are the impeccably talented Gesualdo Six ensemble. Praised for their imaginative programming and impeccable blending, The Gesualdo Six are an award-winning British vocal …

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Season of success for football clubs in the South West

Published: 1:15 p.m. May 5, 2022 As the dust begins to settle on another thrilling roller coaster that is the football season, clubs across the South West can reflect on an exceptionally successful campaign. On a professional level, Exeter City are making headlines after securing promotion to the Sky Bet …

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Rotary Mouse Hole Market Outlook 2022-2030 | Key Players – Forum Energy Technologies, Drillmec, Keystone Energy Tools, Oderco

The Latest Market Research Report Analyzes The Rotating Mousehole Market Demand By Different Segments Size, Share, Growth, Industry Trends And Forecast To 2030 In Its Database Which Depicts A Systematic Picture Of The Market And Provides Explanation insight into the various factors that are expected to drive the growth of …

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Non-league football is set for a major shake-up in Stages 5 and 6

Non-league football is set to undergo a major shake-up in Stages 5 and 6, with the Football Association considering a merger of the Western League and the South West Peninsula League. If the merger is given the green light, then the five-division league of 18 teams each – perhaps dubbed …

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Reasons Why Marrying Someone From Cornwall Will Be The Best Decision You’ve Ever Made

We’re as beautiful as our pastries and our clotted cream, we’re smart innovators who’ve come up with some of the best inventions ever, we live in the most beautiful part of the country…even the world. So why wouldn’t you want to marry someone from Cornwall? We also have the best …

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Helston Athletic Manager Steve Massey on the Les Phillips Cup match

Helston Athletic manager Steve Massey has called his side’s upcoming Les Phillips Cup semi-final the biggest match in team history. The Blues travel to Somerset to take on Bridgwater United in the draw which will see the winner face Cadbury Heath in Wells in the final on Saturday May 14. …

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Cornwall locations affected by ‘overtourism’ will see a cap on the number of holiday rentals, says company boss

A holiday company has pledged to limit the number of holiday rentals available in parts of Cornwall which are affected by ‘overtourism’. Sawday’s, which has nearly 2,000 UK holiday properties, was praised for the decision announced today and hopes more businesses will follow suit. The company, which bills itself as …

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15 Trippy Space Stories D&D Fans Should Check Out Before Spelljammer

Spelljammer: Adventures in Space: confirmed! But not until August 2022. Fortunately, psychedelic space fantasy is everywhere and there’s more than enough to keep you entertained until then. I admit it… it’s mostly games. I have a niche, what can I say? Grab your dice, remotes, e-book readers, and headphones — …

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Sail and rail to discover the most beautiful towns and villages in England

“Many times the wrong train has taken me to the right place,” wrote novelist Paulo Coelho, and in my own experience, that’s certainly true. A last minute change of plan to board an overnight train from Vienna with our children gave us an unforgettable sunrise. From the sleeper window, we …

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Bridport v Clevedon Town: Team news and match preview

SHAUN Annetts will lead Bridport for his final Toolstation Western League Premier Division game in charge of the Bees as keeper against Clevedon Town on Saturday (3pm). Annetts will receive a home start from the St Mary’s Field faithful, with the longtime manager set to take a break from the …

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The hidden highlights of England’s new response to Route 66

But there’s no reason this road trip shouldn’t be a boost for parts of the South West that aren’t already receiving hordes of tourists. Drivers need parking information and live accident information. Electric car drivers need plug-in sites. The website team should dispense advice on “what to avoid” and hire …

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Prince William ‘scared’ his cousins ​​Beatrice and Eugenie with a ‘scary’ Easter prank

Former Buckingham Palace chief Darren McGrady reveals a young Prince William once scared his young cousins ​​Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie with a practical prank using an Easter treat Video loading Video unavailable The video will start automatically soon8Cancel play now Kate jokes that William keeps eating all their Easter …

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Russia-Linked Pipedream/Incontroller ICS Malware Designed to Target Energy Facilities

Schneider Electric says there is no evidence that Incontroller/Pipedream malware exploits vulnerabilities The US government and cybersecurity firms on Wednesday released details of new malware designed to manipulate and disrupt industrial processes by hacking into industrial control systems (ICS). The malware, described as a modular ICS attack framework and collection …

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Duke of Kent’s visit to Penlee RNLI, photos by Newlyn

His Royal Highness (HRH) The Duke of Kent met volunteers at Penlee RNLI during a private visit to Newlyn Station on Monday. As part of his visit, he spent some time in the newly renovated visitor center which is now open to the public. Penlee has a remarkable history of …

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Pubs with rooms in Cornwall and how much they cost

Bored of hotels? Want a more cozy experience? Then take a look at one of the dozens of pubs in Cornwall with rooms to stay in. With small villages and rural towns everywhere, there is no shortage of them in Cornwall. And, given that you’re in Cornwall, there’s a near …

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Wellington’s opponents ‘are the best in the league’

WELLINGTON football boss Tim Legg ranks tomorrow’s opponents at Playing Field Mousehole as the “best team in football” in the Toolsstation League Premier Division (3:00 p.m.), writes Barry Knott. “It will be a fantastic test for us,” said Legg, whose side beat Millbrook 2-0 at home last weekend. He described …

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This About That – The Brooklyn Rail

“Writing about music is like dancing about architecture” – the quote has been thrown about and attributed in various ways, but its message remains: spare us the words, the music speaks for itself. I understand that and I agree to some extent. Its direct directionality is part of the music’s …

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Defeats make it harder but Laird still confident

Barnstaple Town manager Craig Laird says every game they lose makes it harder to survive in Southern League Division One South – but there is still hope they will pull off their ‘little miracle’. Laird, who took over just after Christmas, brought in plenty of players to turn things around …

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Ingraham: The left likes to pervert language to promote a ‘twisted agenda’

Angle: the power change Disney will discover, very quickly, that the power belongs to the parents, says Laura Ingraham. NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Laura Ingraham said the Biden administration’s agenda encourages “transgender” in children Thursday on “The Ingraham Angle.” LAURA INGRAHAM: A 14-year-old girl, not yet …

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Is the pet TV good? Reviews are here

Screen time isn’t just for humans anymore, but do our pets want a bar of it? We’ve shown some of YouTube’s best movies to the most discerning critics. We’re celebrating our shaggy, slippery, slobbery pets all week on The Spinoff. Click here for more Pet Week content. At The Spinoff, …

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Cornwall Development Applications: Week Ending March 27 | Part 1

Various planning applications have been validated by Cornwall Council and the associated documents can be viewed online on the Council’s planning portal. You can search for planning applications, decisions, appeals and executions by keyword, application reference, postal code or by a single line of address. There were a lot of …

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Beware nature: the green awakening of spring

Beware nature: the green awakening of spring Calendar An icon of a desktop calendar. to cancel An icon of a circle with a diagonal line across it. Caret A right-pointing solid arrow icon. E-mail An icon of a paper envelope. Facebook An icon of Facebook’s “f” mark. google An icon …

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Bridport keeper boss Shaun Annetts lists four major changes needed at Bees

Interim BRIDPORT boss Shaun Annetts has had his say on the improvements the Bees need to make to move the club forward. Bridport were relegated with five games remaining thanks to an 8-1 loss at Mousehole and a 2-2 draw between Street and Ashton & Backwell. The drop was widely …

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BUCKLAND: Search for managers begins after Froude exit

A SEARCH for a new manager is underway at Buckland Athletic after Paul Froude left his post last week. The club have announced Froude will leave Homers Heath following the 5-1 West League home defeat to Mousehole on Saturday. He leaves after leading the club on their best joint FA …

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Historic Mousehole home that survived the beatings of the Spanish Armada up for sale

A historic house, the only one in a Cornish village to survive bombardment by the Spanish Armada, has gone up for sale. In the 1590s, naval officer Carlos de Amésquita had sailed from Brittany to England with an armada of 130 ships that was widely considered invincible. Five years later, …

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Cheltenham Festival 2022: Harry Fry introduces three runners on day three

WEST Dorset manager Harry Fry will open his bid for Cheltenham Festival glory this afternoon. Fry, based at Higher Crockermoor Farm, had to wait until the third day of the meeting to release his charges. If The Cap Fits start Fry’s campaign in the Pertemps Handicap Hurdle at 2:10 p.m., …

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Exmouth Town locked in thrilling title race

Published: 1:00 p.m. March 15, 2022 On a cold, wet and windy evening last Wednesday, Exmouth Town recorded their biggest win of the season so far, beating promotion rivals Mousehole 3-0. Town were simply too strong in all areas of the pitch for their talented but young opponents where their …

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Mousehole 8-1 Bridport: Defeat relegates Bees to Stage 6

BRIDPORT were relegated from the Toolstation Western League Premier Division following an 8-1 loss to title-seeking Mousehole. With five games to go, the Bees are guaranteed to finish last behind either Ashton & Backwell or Street, with other Bridport wrestlers drawing 2-2 this afternoon. With the bottom side of each …

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PREVIEW: SWPL and Western League Cornwall football preview

There is a top-of-the-table clash in the South West Peninsular League as Falmouth Town host Liskeard Athletic at Bickland Park. Athletic still have two games in hand against Town as an opportunity to close the 14-point gap at the top was hampered by the postponement of Liskeard’s game against Dobwalls …

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Bridport looking to delay relegation against Mousehole

Interim BRIDPORT boss Shaun Annetts is facing a selection headache ahead of a must-win game at Mousehole on Saturday (3pm). To avoid relegation from the Toolstation Western League Premier Division, the Bees must win their remaining six games and hope that 17th-placed Street takes no points in their remaining 10 …

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Cornwall Development Applications: Week Ending March 6 | Part 2

Various planning applications have been validated by Cornwall Council and the associated documents can be viewed online on the Council’s planning portal. You can search for planning applications, decisions, appeals and executions by keyword, application reference, postal code or by a single line of address. There were a lot of …

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Traditional Cornish recipe to make for today’s St Piran’s Day

Printed and digital download photos available TODAY, March 5, marks the annual celebration of St Piran – the patron saint of Cornwall associated with the popular emblem of the white and black flag. It is said that he floated to Cornwall from Ireland on a millstone, then struck a black …

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Exmouth’s new strike force ready to be unleashed

Published: 4:00 p.m. March 3, 2022 Exmouth Town travel to Wellington this Saturday aiming to register their third win against the Somerset side in the last four weeks following their 3-0 Les Phillips Cup win and a narrow 1-0 league victory at Southern Road two weeks ago. While Town were …

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Best couples retreats and romantic getaways in Cornwall this spring

A romantic mini-break is perfect for spending some quality time together and with the gloomy weather expected to last a while, many lovebirds are feeling in the mood for a couples getaway this spring. But the good news is that you don’t necessarily need Paris, Rome or New York when …

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Technology, future trends and opportunities 2027 – corporate philosophy

Global Rotary Mouse Hole Market from 2021 to 2027 is the title of professional market research by MarketsandResearch.biz to assess potential market growth opportunities. The main objective of the study is to provide basic information about industry competitors, current market trends, market potential, growth rate and other relevant data. The …

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Local non-league football you can watch this weekend

Plymouth Argyle will be looking to put their midweek loss to Cambridge behind them as they prepare to face Rotherham United at Home Park this Saturday. The Pilgrims’ 2-0 defeat on Tuesday was their first loss in four league games, having won their previous three Sky Bet League One games …

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Rotary Mouse Holes Market Trends and Forecast 2021 2028 – Material Handling

GET A SAMPLE REPORTBUY THE FULL REPORT Global Mousehole Sales Market Rotation research is an intelligence report with meticulous efforts undertaken to study the correct and valuable information. The data that has been reviewed takes into account both existing top players and upcoming competitors. The business strategies of key players …

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Why does everyone hate “Disney adults”?

Disney adults rejoiced — and simultaneously roasted — on Wednesday (Feb. 16) when the Disney Company announced its next Storyliving project. Soon, Disney fans will be able to live in the company’s Storyliving residential quarters. According to the Disney Parks blog, “Each community will feature distinctly designed spaces, unique amenities, …

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Portsmouth homes for sale: Inside one of the hottest homes for sale in Cosham right now – and it’s perfect for first-time buyers

This three-bedroom house in Mousehole Road, Cosham, is on the market for £240,000. He is listed on Zoopla by Jeffries & Dibbens Estate and Lettings Agents – Portchester. It is a semi-detached house and has a healthy garden. Currently this is the most viewed property for sale in Portsmouth on …

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Russian figure skater Kamila Valieva cleared to continue competing at Beijing Olympics

BEIJING — In a decision that sent shockwaves through the Olympic sports movement, 15-year-old figure skating phenomenal Kamila Valieva will be allowed to skate in the women’s individual skating competition in Beijing on Tuesday. The decision was made Monday in Beijing by a panel of three arbitrators appointed by the …

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West League preview: Helston Athletic, Mousehole in action

Helston Athletic have seemingly got their season back on track after a dip in form over the winter spell which saw the Blues lose four league games in a row. However, last week was good for Athletic. Following the additions of Mike Searle and Matt Wright up front, Athletic have …

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Sabrina Maddeaux: If Russia is allowed to continue flouting the rules, it will have ramifications far beyond the Olympics

Breadcrumb Links Olympic Games NP Comment A week into the Games, the Russian Olympic Committee and its propensity to bend, defy and possibly break the rules is already derailing at least two events Publication date : February 10, 2022 • 4 hours ago • 4 minute read • 53 comments …

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Royal family: The time little Prince William terrified his cousins ​​​​with a chocolate mouse

The weeks around Easter are usually filled with excitement, as well as the sweet smell of all things chocolate and sugar. For any youngster, the idea of ​​eating copious amounts of chocolate is heavenly – and it’s no different for royal children. The royal family usually spends Easter at Windsor …

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Football in Cornwall this weekend: SWPL and Western League

There is a stellar fixture streak this weekend in the South West Peninsula League with seven games scheduled for the weekend. At the top of the table, Falmouth Town welcomes Godolphin to Bickland Park. It is the first time Falmouth have been at home since Boxing Day when they beat …

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Inside Cornwall Holiday Park with everything you need for a dream family holiday

A family holiday at Trevella Holiday Park in Cornwall involves days at the beach, mini golf, an outdoor heated swimming pool, Newquay Zoo, The Eden Project and many more great days the kids will love Trevella Holiday Park ( Image: DAILY MIRROR) We had big decisions to make every day …

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Why is Russia called ROC at the 2022 Beijing Olympics?

Thanks to years of government-sanctioned doping by Russian athletes, you won’t hear the Russian national anthem or see a Russian flag at the 2022 Olympics in Beijing. The World Anti-Doping Agency accused Russia of systematic doping in December 2019, banning all athletes from competing internationally in all sports for four …

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Man-Bites-Dog Story: Power Companies Support EPA Regulations

Power companies support EPA regulations on carbon pollution from their industry. This is the message – surprising for some observers – of the briefs filed in West Virginia vs. EPAthe coal companies’ and red states’ challenge to the EPA’s air quality authority is currently pending before the Supreme Court. Nine …

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Cornish towns that were smuggling havens

Cornwall’s historic and well-known connection to smuggling is something that has intrigued and inspired locals and tourists alike for many years. In the past, Cornwall was a smuggling center for contraband goods such as brandy and gin. Smuggling reached its peak in the county in the 18th century. Cornish men …

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Rotary Mouse Hole Market Growth Drivers with Relevance Mapping by Key Players – Forum Energy Technologies, Oderco, Drillmec, Keystone Energy Tools, Hawk Industries, TWG Dover…

the Mousehole Rotary Market The report is a perfect foundation for people looking for in-depth study and analysis of the Rotary Mouse Hole Market. This report contains various studies and information to help you understand your niche and focus on the key marketing channels in the regional and global Rotary …

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Ashton and Backwell United record second straight win

Published: 1:00 p.m. January 26, 2022 Sam Price was the hero again after his first-half goal secured Ashton & Backwell United their second successive 1-0 victory, this time against Mousehole on Saturday. Like on January 3 against Cadbury Heath, when Price sealed the victory in the 88th minute, the Stags …

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Latest Public Notices Reveal Schemes That Could Affect You

DEVELOPERS have unveiled plans to build more than 100 family homes on fields bordering the New Forest National Park. Bargate Homes and Vivid Homes have submitted a preliminary application to develop a 6.67 hectare site alongside existing homes in Everton Road, Hordle. The land is earmarked for residential development in …

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Rick Stein’s Cornwall showed us 12 brilliant places to visit

Rick Stein’s new series Cornwall returned this month and saw the famous TV chef take viewers on a rich journey of discovery around his adopted county. Following the huge success of the first series in January 2021, Rick Stein’s Cornwall returned to BBC Two for its second series which aired …

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If there’s a mouse in the house, Kathleen Maseychik is behind it

JACKSON—Last week we did a story off the beaten path Marsh River Cooperative at Brooks and its special space for local artisans. Kathleen Maseychik is one of those artisans whose tiny handmade felt mice adorn a dollhouse in the center of the store. Her creations, which she has been making …

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The ugly side of the beautiful game

From High Street attendance to non-league football, the coronavirus continues to disrupt our daily lives. December 31 marked the two-year anniversary of the first information from the World Health Organization about a cluster of pneumonia cases of unknown cause detected in the city of Wuhan, China. Since that time we’ve …

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Albanian daily news

Former Prime Minister Sali Berisha again on Sunday called on Democratic Party (DP) Chairman Lulzim Basha’s supporters to think twice and not support Prime Minister Edi Rama’s so-called hostage. De Skodra, the former leader of the DP said that the revolution started will win and the House of Democrats cannot …

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The revival of night trains

If I ever had a reputation for sleeping in, it would be because I’ve always been drawn to the romance of European sleeper trains. For a time, however, my crush on sleeper berths was curbed, when budget flights became everyone’s darling and many slumber parties were cut short. Fortunately, my …

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Study: Stronger evidence linking virus to multiple sclerosis

There’s growing evidence that one of the world’s most common viruses can cause some people to develop multiple sclerosis. Multiple sclerosis is a potentially debilitating disease that occurs when cells of the immune system mistakenly attack the protective covering of nerve fibers, gradually eroding them. The Epstein-Barr virus has long …

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U.S. Supreme Court Hears Oral Arguments in OSHA ETS Case

The United States Supreme Court heard oral argument today in the OSHA ETS case. Of course, you never know how the Court will rule, but if the judges’ questions are any indication, there could be a 6-3 split in favor of a stay, with Chief Justice Roberts, Justice Thomas, Judge …

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Inside the 2-bedroom Cornwall Cottage priced at half a million pounds

A gorgeous chalet in an idyllic Cornish fishing village has been put on the market for half a million pounds. The two bedroom property, located in the iconic village of Mousehole, is just yards from the sandy harbor beach and is currently priced at £ 500,000. Read more: Gritters in …

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Clevedon Town defeated by Chippenham Town U23 in thriller

Posted: 8:15 a.m. January 4, 2022 Clevedon Town was involved in a nine-goal thriller with the Under-23s of Chippenham Town, which saw the Seasiders lose 6-3 to Everyone Active 3G on Monday night. Without a Toolstation Western League Division One match over the New Years weekend, Town manager Alex White …

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In the night of Frazer Flintham

Watching the program of In the nightOne would be forgiven for thinking that without this production, the 1981 Penlee lifeboat disaster would be forgotten. It sounds rather presumptuous, considering that the local community has done very well over the past forty years to ensure that she is remembered. Local football …

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Packet Sport Cornwall’s football halftime review

As we move into the new year and the second half of the football season, Packet Sport looks back on the season so far and the major football titles in the 2021 region. Due to the coronavirus pandemic and the relevant restrictions, the second half of the 2020/21 season has …

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Clevedon Town hosts friendly match with Chippenham Town U23

Posted: 9:00 a.m. on December 30, 2021 Clevedon Town has organized a friendly against the Under-23s of Chippenham Town next Monday (January 3). The match will be played on the grounds of the Everyone Active Stadium 3G and will start at 19:30. Both halves will last 45 minutes and all …

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