Posts for B and B

Travellers stranded as flybmi ceases trading

British Midland Regional Limited, the East Midlands-based airline which operates as flybmi, has today announced that it has ceased operations and is filing for administration. Flybmi operates 17 regional jet […]

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Well done, local businesses

From Amy Wright: We are so impressed and thankful to all of the following businesses who very generously donated raffle prizes for a quiz night. This is to to support […]

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Extraordinary meeting of Bude Community Network Panel re: Stratton MIU

By Binzy Reynolds: Over a hundred and thirty people flocked to the Parkhouse Centre last night, forgoing St Valentine’s Day celebrations, to hear reasons behind the temporary night-time closure of […]

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Today’s Student Strike – by a Budehaven student

This letter was previously sent to Pirate FM, by Mac Spooner, Budehaven Year 11:   At Budehaven Community School, we are having a protest, much like the rest of the […]

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Government invests in Dawlish railway

Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has today (15 February 2019) announced further funding of up to £80 million in the south-west to deliver a new sea wall at Dawlish, providing better […]

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Student strike action for climate change

Many young people across the country participated in a day of strike action today, following a national programme of activities organised by young people who are concerned about environmental damage […]

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Scott Mann votes for the government but the PM still loses

North Cornwall MP Scott s time voted for the government’s Brexit deal, voting against amendments proposed by Labour and the SNP. Her motion was voted down by 303 to 258. […]

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Just some small snips with the scissors

While we’d all be better off without plastic packaging on cans, a relative raised in Australia said she had seen so many animals in the past with plastic stuck around […]

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Cornwall Council are represented at clean air summit

From Cornwall Council:   Cornwall will add its voice to major cities and other local authorities today to tackle the growing national air quality crisis and improve public health. Cornwall […]

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A timely warning from Devon & Cornwall Police

It’s Valentine’s Day. A great day for people scamming those in search of romance, so here’s s timely warning:  

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New year, new look to B & B

Things cannot stay the same and we all get restless wanting to improve our lives. The same goes for Bude & Beyond, which we try to keep fresh, so with […]

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9 out of 10 adults in SW support regulation of social networks to protect children

Nine out of 10 adults in the South West of England (91%) back regulation of social networks to make tech firms legally responsible for protecting children, a new NSPCC survey […]

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New guidance for taxis carrying vulnerable passengers

People in Cornwall reply heavily on taxis to get them to places which public transport cannot manage, so taxi drivers/owners need to be aware of the following consultation to protect […]

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Fly-tipping eyesore – a call for help this Saturday

By Binzy Reynolds: The Bude Rubbish Action Group, BRAG) has been in existence for less than twelve months but has already created a massive impact on the amount of litter […]

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SCIP Volunteer Co-ordinator

SCIP Volunteering Information ‘Drop-In’ Events Camelford Family Hub 6th March 2019 from 1pm to 3pm Falmouth Family Hub 2nd April 2019 from 9.30am to 11.30am Are you a parent/carer of […]

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