Posts for Society
NSPCC highlights loophole which leaves 16-17 year olds vulnerable
Police cannot act on 74 complaints about adults in the South West of England having sex with teenagers in their care because a legal loophole means individuals such as sports coaches […]
Cornish Pirates urge support for NSPCC sports campaign
The NSPCC’s Child Protection in Sport Unit (CPSU) is highlighting the important role parents play in youth sport through its annual awareness-raising event – Parents in Sport Week. The aim of Parents […]
Huge public response to ‘plastic tax’ but is action slow to follow?
Environmentalists are celebrating the mass participation to what was dubbed the ‘plastic-tax consultation’ in the largest response to a call for evidence in the Treasury’s history. Massively, over 220 organisations […]
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 […]
Royal Naval Association Bude Branch, June meeting.
Report by Binzy Reynolds: Our June meeting at the Falcon Hotel was well attended. The Chairman opened the meeting at 19.30 prompt. A minute’s silence followed the usual verse from […]