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Meditation Class starts in Bude at the Parkhouse Centre

By Helen Shingler:   This new meditation class started on Wednesday last week and is being run by through the Kadampa Buddhist Centre in Plymouth. The teacher James is a […]

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Money to help rough sleepers in SW

It’s much more noticeable in the cities, but high-cost housing and low wages in the SW means that rough sleeping is also happening in our towns and has been for […]

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First Aid at Work lev 2 course – Bude

Whether for your business, to care for yourself or family, everyone needs to know First Aid. If you only have 1 or 2 people to train we have opportunities coming […]

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Exeter research highlights turtle deaths through fishing

We are right to be concerned about sea pollution and plastics but small-scale fishing in som e parts of the globe is also a problem. For tens of thousands of sea […]

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Prawns have personalities – who knew?

Prawns have personalities – and cautious crustaceans do better in the battle for food, new research from Exeter University shows. Scientists from the University studied rockpool prawns (Palaemon elegans) and […]

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Chronic doctor skills shortage?

Following a recent poll which revealed that the British public support an easing of immigration restrictions for doctors coming to work in the NHS, the government must take urgent action to ensure […]

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Virtual safe space to help bumblebees

The many threats facing bumblebees can be tested using a “virtual safe space” created by scientists at the University of Exeter. Bumble-BEEHAVE provides a computer simulation of how colonies will […]

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Digital Marketing agency host free event to help local businesses understand Google Analytics and increase enquiries

A local digital marketing agency is aiming to help businesses make the most of the statistics in Google Analytics in order to improve their enquiries. In the latest of MiHi […]

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My Red Thumb Day coming soon

  The fifth National My Red Thumb Day on Thursday 10 May is fast approaching. This is the day you are encouraged to paint your thumbnail red as a reminder not to […]

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Bringing the railway back to Bude

Thanks to Binzy Reynolds for this top-notch report.   The London and South Western Railway Company opened Bude station on 11th August 1898. There had been a railhead at Holsworthy […]

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Exeter research shows blue LED light linked to increased risk of some cancers

From University of Exeter: The “blue light” emitted by street lights including LEDs, and commercial outdoor lighting such as advertising, is linked to a significant increase in the risk of […]

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Slow down for horses. Really slow down.

From Devon County Council: The British Horse Society has released figures highlighting a rise in incidents between horses and vehicles in Devon. Check out the video here. Between the 2016-2017 […]

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Up there with the best in community journalism

Bude & Beyond was thrilled back in August 2017 to be one of the first 10 members of the ICNN  (Independent Community News Network). This is a body set up […]

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CAB on renters’ fees

MPs on the housing select committee have today (Thursday) released their report into the Tenant Fees Bill in which they say a clause that allows landlords to charge “default fees” […]

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Play detective and join exciting new hunt for the Easter bunny

The public can play detective and help experts solve the mystery of the origins of the Easter bunny as part of a different kind of Easter hunt this year. People […]

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