Posts for Learning

Late summer – take up your paintbrush!

Talented local artist, Lynne Holehouse, has been teaching art classes at The Bank in Bude for a long time, and now offers two sessions a week there. She also has […]

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Something for autumn -therapeutic writing group

Have you ever been feeling low, down in the dumps, stuck in a rut, or just plain stressed out? We all fall on difficult times, and we all struggle to […]

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Writing groups start again September

Dawn is offering writing groups from September subject to demand. Please email to express interest and to receive more information.  

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MP meets National Citizen Service students at Launceston College

Scott Mann MP joined a group of local young people taking part in National Citizen Service (NCS), an open-to-all unifying experience shared by teens from different backgrounds which helps them […]

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Borrow books from your sofa through Cornwall Libraries

Borrowing books has never been easier – in fact, you don’t even need to leave your sofa these days. More than 60,000 free books have been downloaded from Cornwall’s libraries […]

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Dennis the Menace and Gnasher lead the fight to keep children in Cornwall reading

Dennis the Menace and Gnasher are leading the fight to keep children reading across Cornwall this summer. They are part of the Summer Reading Challenge 2018, which aims to get […]

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Cornwall Council and Cornwall Marine Network call on the UK Government to continue with Pan-European funding programmes

  By Binzy Reynolds: Cornwall Council is asking the Government to ensure that the UK continues to access Pan-European funding programmes, available for non-member states, so Cornwall’s businesses and communities […]

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The Delabole children refused free school bus travel

The safety of Delabole children who have been refused free school bus travel by Cornwall Council has been raised in Parliament by local MP Scott Mann. Speaking in Prime Minister’s […]

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Active woodland management needed to help save dormice

Presented by Binzy Reynolds: Managing woodlands to a greater extent could prevent the decline of Britain’s dormice, new research suggests. Dormouse numbers are falling in Britain. Scientists say this could […]

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All-female crew leave on Pacific plastic pollution voyage

Compiled by Binzy Reynolds: An all-female crew is set to embark on a fact-finding mission across the Pacific to learn more about plastic pollution. Known as ‘eXXpedition North Pacific,’ the […]

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Budehaven’s Paralympic swimmer is 8th in the world

  Year 12 Budehaven student, Adam Roebuck, is a World and British Paralympic Swimmer. Adam is a truly committed swimmer, training most mornings before school and following a strict diet […]

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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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Budehaven students take part in World Ocean Day

From Budehaven’s Facebook page (used with permission): On Friday 8th June, Year 8 students from Budehaven Community School visited Summerleaze Beach to take part in the huge World Ocean Day […]

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Want to write for Bude & Beyond?

Recently, we put out a call for contributors to Bude & Beyond. If you are interested in learning how to be a volunteer writer/reporter for Bude & Beyond, training will […]

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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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