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Sense prevails as dog restrictions on beaches are harmonised

Regulations for dogs on beaches in Cornwall will be simplified and harmonised from this April. Hooray! Restrictions will be in place only in July and August, except on beaches with […]

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Fundraiser in memory of Ricky Gamage

Amy Gamage has set up a fundraiser in memory of her brother, Ricky Gamage, who went missing on December 28th and was found at Widemouth Bay in January. She says: […]

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NSPCC SW pays tribute to volunteer leader

The NSPCC is today mourning the loss of one of its most respected volunteer leaders in the South West of England, Mr Chris Paisley who has passed away at the […]

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Holocaust Memorial Day event in Truro

Devon & Cornwall Police and partner agencies are marking this year’s National Holocaust Memorial Day (Monday 27 January 2020) with a free public event – “Standing Together” to commemorate those […]

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Fantastic fundraiser for Born to Be Wild

Late in 2019, Bude taxi driver, Trev Plant, started a Just Giving fundraising page for the local wildlife rescue charity, Born To Be Wild, the brainchild of Sue Gear. Trev […]

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Changes to B & B instagram …

In the interests of my time and energy and out of courtesy to our sponsors, please note that we will not be promoting businesses (other than our lovely sponsors) on […]

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Should on-call firefighters take on social care?

  A new job combining the skills of an on-call firefighter with a social care role could be developed in Cornwall, with the aim of reducing loneliness and social isolation […]

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Wonderful exhibition of local property over time at The Castle

I popped into the Castle on Monday to take a look at the Budehaven art exhibition but also the archives/Kivells exhibition of property in Bude.   ‘Bude For Sale’ comprises […]

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New wind turbine to power Cornish homes

From Cornwall Council: Construction has started on Cornwall’s first, smart grid-connected wind turbine which will power the equivalent of around 1,100 homes and help cut carbon emissions. The 2.3 megawatts […]

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Emergency hospital admissions for people with dementia across the South West up 42% in five years

Anyone who has a relative with dementia will know that the hospital admissions process is fraught and bewildering.  Often, admissions involve being held in A & E or holding bays, […]

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Diana Ross to appear at Eden

 Diana Ross, one of the most successful recording artists and entertainers of all time, will headline an Eden Session this summer. Throughout her stellar career, she has shaped the sound […]

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Cornwall Council considers increasing car park charges

From Cornwall Council: Changes to tariffs in Cornwall Council-run car parks, which include measures to cut traffic pollution in Truro and protect free evening parking in the majority of areas […]

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Desk or walk? I chose the latter …

You probably haven’t noticed, but Bude & Beyond is late today. I haven’t added anything until now (afternoon) because sometimes we all have to make choices. This morning, it was […]

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SW schools sign up to maths to raise money for the NSPCC

Dear Editor, I am urging local schools across the South West of England to throw themselves into all things maths as part of a special fundraising day in aid of […]

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House fire in Poughill today

Fire services were called to a two-storey house fire in Poughill late this morning, including 2 from Bude, 1 from Holsworthy and 1 from Delabole. The fire was on the […]

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