Bude-Stratton Council news update

From the Council’s newsletter: Car parks On the 8th December the Town Council owned car park next to The Parkhouse Centre and the Library Car Park are having the markings and lines repainted. The Carparks will be closed on this day, please ensure no cars are left overnight on the […]

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Place shaping … what is it?

From Cornwall Council: Communities in Cornwall are being given a tool to help plan their own futures.  The Sustainable Growth and Innovation team within Cornwall Council’s Planning and Sustainable Development Service and the Council’s Localism team has created the Place Shaping Community Toolkit, which aims to help towns and villages identify their priorities and ambitions and set them […]

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Bellini’s – you can now order online

Our lovely sponsor, the family-owned Bellini’s Deli Kitchen, based on Queen Street in Bude, has a wonderful new website, which means you can order all your deli needs for local produce online. Adam and Anna say: In early 2020, with the enforced closure of restaurants and cafes, we made the […]

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SW paramedics urge public to get flu vaccine

South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SWASFT) is urging people to get the flu vaccine to protect themselves and others this winter. Flu is a very common and highly infectious disease caused by the influenza virus. It can make people seriously ill – especially older adults, very young children […]

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Reconnecting the railways: communities awarded funding to restore Beeching rail links

Towns and villages across England, which were left isolated when their railways were closed, are one step closer to having their connections restored and transformed, as 15 projects are awarded up to £50,000 each to progress plans to reinstate historic stations and restore passenger services, as announced in the Spending Review. […]

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Cornwall residents urged to remain cautious in tier 1

From Cornwall Council: Cornwall will be placed in Tier One for coronavirus restrictions when the second national lockdown ends next week – but residents have been urged not to let their guard down in the fight against the virus. It means businesses can reopen, although strict public health guidelines will remain […]

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