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PAR Library will move to the athletics arena early next year as part of a new agreement with Par Track Limited to secure the future of a library service in the town. The new micro library at the popular Moorland Road facility will remain part of Cornwall’s library service, so customers will be able to keep …

WOMEN from across Plymouth took part in a march to celebrate the centenary of some being given the opportunity to vote for the first time in the UK. The 100 Metre March, each metre representing a year of women being able to cast a ballot, involved women from politics, business, academia and charities. It was …

BRADNINCH Football Club’s under-14 girls’ team have donated boxes of gifts for the Brambles Ward at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital. The reason behind the gesture is that last year one of the team suffered a freak accident while out walking with her parents and spent last Christmas first undergoing surgery, and then having …

HOUSEHOLDERS across the region are being urged to think of the environment over the festive period. Christmas might be the most ‘wonderful time of the year’ – but it’s also the most wasteful. British households typically produce around 30 per cent more waste during the period, so it’s particularly important to recycle everything you can …

PLYMOUTH City Council is stepping up its efforts to attract more people in the city to become foster carers or to adopt. The Council is giving a boost to its foster carer recruitment campaign, which will include a group of looked after children who are recording a Christmas radio message thanking everyone who made an …

WITH the Christmas holidays fast approaching and more time to get out and about on our beaches and the South West Coast Path, people are being encouraged to stay safe along the Jurassic Coast. Rockfalls and landslips can and do happen at any time, however, heavy rain and winter weather can increase the risk still …

CHILDREN in care living in Cornwall are celebrating their best ever outcomes so far with their SATs, ‘A’ Level results and university places. This past year has seen pupils achieving their best ever SATs results and the successes keep coming, with four young people getting the ‘A’ Level results they needed which means they have …

THE future of Wadebridge’s much-loved library has been secured with the town council officially taking over the service. Following the transfer of Wadebridge Library and Information Service, town councillors have maintained their commitment to improving the service and increasing opening hours. Under the new arrangement the building on Southern Way will continue to provide all the …