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Cornishman dumps fiancée over false pasty making claims

A heartbroken Cornishman from Pool has dumped his fiancée, just three weeks before their marriage, after finding out that she has been lying to him about her pasty making skills. 183 more words


Cornwall Council votes in favour of placing rubber rings around concrete posts

Cornwall councillors have today voted in favour of placing rubber rings around all concrete posts owned by the Council.

The decision will not affect the black posts bearing the Duchy shield logo. 141 more words


Music is very important to many of us.

It can be the difference between a great day and a terrible week. No matter where we are in our lives music speaks to us, it doesn’t judge, it is there for you and it will listen to you if you listen to it. 621 more words


Could pasty crimper from Cornwall win Britain's Got Talent 2016?

Reckon you’ve got what it takes to be a Britain’s Got Talent star?

Pauline Buckett, 44, from Troon in Cornwall thinks she has.

Pauline has been crimping pasties for over 25 years at Philips Bakery and has decided to show off her skills in front of the BGT production team who’re busy roaming the country in search of new talent before the new series hits our screens next year. 257 more words


Cornwall - No Corn and No Wall

The word Cornwall has served Cornwall well as a marketing tool. It conjures up an idyllic rural picture – golden fields of corn ripening in the sun, surrounded by picturesque dry-stone walls lovingly crafted by generations of Cornish artisans. 250 more words

From Mousehole to Loch Ness

Mousehole fishermen of yesteryear cast their nets far and wide. Every year the herring fleet, with its ochre-red sails billowing aloft, journeyed all the way to Scotland, turning sharp right through the Caledonion Canal, renewing the acquaintance of the monster in Loch Ness and crossing the tautologically named Loch Lochy, reaching the North Sea at Inverness and then all the way down the east coast to the English Channel and eventually home at last to the bottom left corner of the British map. 335 more words

Interview | The Velvet Hands

By Kieran Webber

Cornwall can often find itself being missed out of the UK music scene but a lot has happened in the past few years, bands such as Blink 1.8.2 and Motorhead have made their way here to play at the infamous Eden Project. 1,470 more words