Posts for Politics

Possible Victory for the Save Stratton MIU Campaign

By Council candidate, Steve Haynes: Health bosses are making a recommendation to next Monday’s Health and Adult Social Care Scrutiny Committee that Stratton Hospital 24 hour services are to re-open […]

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Residents over politics

  I am Lorraine Corrigan-Turner and I am standing for election on Thursday 27th June 2019 for Flexbury & Poughill Ward of the Bude & Stratton Town Council. Who am […]

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Lib Dem leadership contender, Ed Davey, visits Bude to support election candidate

Once again, I’m happy to point out that any candidate is very welcome to inform readers of this website about their campaign.  Flexbury and Poughill by-election candidate Robert Uhlig was […]

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Rob feels he is a strong local voice for Flexbury and Poughill

On June 27, residents of Flexbury and Poughill will vote in a by-election for Bude-Stratton Town Council. Today is the turn of Lib Dem candidate Robert Uhlig to have his […]

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More on the polling station muddle

There seems to be some confusion over the upcoming town council by-election for Flexbury and Poughill Ward in Bude. Bude Town Council website initially advertised that polling would take place […]

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Concern over Polling Stations for Flexbury and Poughill By-Election

This was submitted yesterday: As a candidate in the Flexbury and Poughill By-Election on Thursday 27th June, I have received correspondence from Cornwall Council saying that there will be two […]

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Government introduces more restrictions oh phthalates

Changes to regulations mean that non-compliant products will be prevented from from being placed on the market, which will please lots of people in Bude. The changes include the introduction […]

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Chris Jewel on why we need to be told more about Ivor Potter

Viewpoint by Christopher R. Jewell: On Thursday 6 June 2019 I attended the Bude Stratton Town Council’s full council meeting. Item no 15 on the agenda was to change the […]

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Ivor Potter – local community sets up Facebook page in efforts to reverse council decision

In response to a Council decision to rename the Ivor Potter Hall in the Parkhouse Centre, local people have set up a new community Facebook page to encourage the Council […]

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Poll cards won’t be issued for the upcoming town council election

Poll cards will not be issued in the upcoming election for Town Councillor at Bude-Stratton Town Council, so those wishing to vote will just need to turn up. Polling cards have […]

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Philippa is standing for a local election on a green ticket

How wonderful to see a proper election with a choice of candidates happening in Bude-Stratton these days. Hopefully, the days of co-option are over and councillors will be duly elected […]

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Digital x-ray equipment for Stratton Hospital

An exciting programme of investment is bringing digital x-ray equipment to Stratton, St Austell and Bodmin hospitals over the coming year. Digital x-ray equipment is modern efficient imaging technology that […]

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Will a bigger blue belt turn the tide for sea life?

The conservation sector welcomes the announcement by Defra today of 41 new Marine Conservation Zones. Nearly doubling the number of conservation zones in English and Secretary of State Waters is […]

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Cornwall’s European Election results

The European Election results in Cornwall are as follows:   Brexit party 71,681 Liberal Democrats 34,845 Green 31,544 Conservative and Unionist 13,486 Labour 10,782 UKIP 6209 English Democrats 924 Change […]

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Cornwall MPs back NSPCC campaign to close loophole affecting safety of 16/17 year olds

Local MPs Scott Mann and Stephen Double have backed an NSPCC campaign to close a loophole that allows adults to have sex with teenagers they supervise. Currently, only people, such […]

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