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Cornish Reading Challenge: 5th-19th March 2016

Welcome back to the Cornish Reading Challenge!

Last year, we had amazing book reviews, recommendations, and some fabulous authors got involved, giving away copies of their books and telling us why they love Cornwall. 229 more words

Books

Cornwall could split from England – LITERALLY!

A professor from Finchley University, in Barnham-on-Wick, has warned Cornwall Council against further house building, advising the council that the extra weight from inward migration could tear Cornwall away from England, leaving the region to drift off into the Atlantic. 182 more words

Satire

My story...Childhood to 24.

I was a fun outdoors kid, growing up in South Cornwall I was always surfing, walking (no choice as mum worked a lot), camping, climbing trees, chasing girls. 605 more words

People Of The Sea | Interview | Ceri

Interview and Portrait by Luke Dimech 

Name: Ceri

From: Wales, New Quay (Not Newquay Cornwall)

Occupation: Web Designer/Promotions

Age: 33

On meeting Ceri (pronounced Kerry) I could instantly see how passionate he was about surfing. 473 more words

Surf

Mini guide…St Ives Bay (Gwithian)

Overview

St Ives Bay sits in deepest darkest Kernow and has long been frequented by surfers and tourists alike. Pristine white sandy beaches, breath taking scenery, fresh salty sea air, pounding swells, historic landmarks and fine dining experiences are all on offer. 415 more words

SUP Travel

Cornish community outraged after signpost vandalized

Residents of Pool in Cornwall are outraged after the Church Road ‘Welcome to Pool’ signpost was vandalized, with ‘AND’ graffitied after the word, ‘Pool’. There is some speculation as to how this is meant to read. 193 more words

Satire

Cornish pasty shop robbery: robber gets away with medium steak

Police are appealing for witnesses after a man wearing a David Cameron mask robbed a pasty shop in Truro, Cornwall, getting away with a medium steak worth £2.85. 327 more words

Satire