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Man dead and girl hurt in 'incident'
A man has died and a young girl is airlifted to hospital after police were called to an incident in Cornwall.

Marine life worry over lagoon quarry
A marine conservation area in Cornwall are concerned about plans to extract rock to build a £1bn tidal lagoon in Swansea Bay

Wiccan funeral for 'Eron the wizard'
More than 100 people dressed as elves, druids and witches attend a Wiccan funeral in Cornwall to mark the passing of 'Eron the wizard'.

Plane crash evidence in Cornish lake
Evidence of a crashed World War Two plane is found at the bottom of a lake in Cornwall.

Ex-school home to 200 creative firms
A £3.7m project to transform a former school into an arts hub for 200 creative businesses is complete.

Fire at Carn Brea hillside site
Firefighters spend the night tackling a large gorse fire at the historic Carn Brea hillside site in Cornwall.

Child 'crushed' between two cars
A three year-old boy is seriously injured after being "crushed between two parked cars".

Cyprus fall tourist dies in hospital
A British woman who went missing while on holiday in Cyprus after falling down an embankment dies in hospital.

HMS Goliath centenary service held
A centenary memorial service is held in Cornwall for the local sailors who died serving on HMS Goliath.

The strange day my father saved Harold Wilson’s life
Novelist Isabel Wolff reveals a family story

The UK town that loves solar power
How much could solar panel save you?

Cornwall 'have learnt lessons'
Cornwall coach Ian Morgan says they have 'learnt the lessons' from the last year's county final defeat by Lancashire.

Bodilly expects another spell away
Exeter Chiefs' young full-back Max Bodilly expects another spell on dual-registration in the Championship next season.

Albion boss targets Cornwall players
Plymouth Albion boss Graham Dawe says there is a 'strong possibility' he could sign some of Cornwall's county side.

Cornwall trio make Counties squad
Cornwall's Ben Hilton, Craig Williams and Matt Shepherd are called up to the England Counties squad to tour Romania

BBC News | UK | World Edition
Cameron and Merkel in EU reform talks
David Cameron will try to persuade German Chancellor Angela Merkel to back him over EU reforms as the two leaders hold face-to-face talks.

Jail terms under 'legal highs' law
A new "blanket ban" on so-called legal highs will carry prison sentences of up to seven years, the government says.

Sugar warning over fruit snacks
Many supposedly "healthy" fruit snacks aimed at children contain more sugar than a bag of sweets, says campaign group Action on Sugar.

State school intake up at Cambridge
The proportion of state school pupils admitted to Cambridge University rose slightly last year to 62.2%, according to figures published by the university.

Two arrested after terror raids
A 24-year-old man and a 23-year-old woman are arrested in Berkshire on suspicion of preparing for acts of terrorism in the UK.

Smoking ban 'cuts child illness'
The ban on smoking in public places - which came into force in 2007 in England - has cut child hospital admissions by some 11,000 a year, research suggests.

Rail workers to strike twice in June
Rail workers in the RMT union are to hold 24-hour and 48-hour strikes next month, after rejecting a pay offer from Network Rail.

Calls for WW2 sinking commemoration
Campaigners are calling on the government to do more to commemorate the sinking of the troopship Lancastria, one of the worst maritime disasters of World War Two.

Galloway to run for London mayor
Controversial former MP George Galloway says he will seek election as the next mayor of London.

Murder weapon discovered in museum
An assault rifle used in seven unsolved murders has been discovered on public display at the Imperial War Museum.

Syria girls have 'contacted family'
Three schoolgirls from London who are feared to have joined Islamic State in Syria have made contact with their families, their lawyer says.

Food bug 'found in 73% of chickens'
Nearly three-quarters of fresh shop-bought chickens test positive for food poisoning bug campylobacter in year-long study.

Prince William admits FA Cup nerves
Aston Villa fan Prince William says he is starting to feel the nerves ahead of Saturday's FA Cup final with Arsenal.

16,000 birthday cards for Winnie
A 99-year-old woman receives 16,000 birthday cards from around the world after an internet appeal went viral.

Bakery to appeal 'gay cake' decision
The Christian-run bakery at the centre of a discrimination case over a so-called 'gay cake' is to appeal.

No movement on welfare bill - Foster
The finance minister says she cannot move the budget bill forward because of the inability of the Stormont parties to resolve the deadlock over welfare reform.

Patients were kept 'like animals'
Patients were kept like "animals" at a Denbighshire mental health ward, relatives say.

Probe into uni dept's management
An investigation into Swansea University's School of Management is under way after concerns emerge about the way it is being run, the BBC understands.

Legionnaires widow's compost warning
The widow of the first Scot to contract Legionnaire's disease from compost makes an emotional plea for stronger warning labels on bags.

Presiding officer to retire as MSP
Holyrood's presiding officer Tricia Marwick announces she will step down as an MSP at next year's Scottish election.

Murderer had 'known risk factors'
A man who brutally murdered two people while on the run from police had "significant known risk factors", a report finds.

Death crash youth's 142mph boast
A teenage driver who killed a man whose car he split in two in a high speed crash boasted about driving at 142mph on a motorway hours before.

Fifa to vote on Blatter v Prince Ali
The vote to elect Fifa's president takes place on Friday as Prince Ali bin al-Hussein challenges current chief Sepp Blatter.

Murray tested but into third round
Andy Murray beats Portugal's Joao Sousa in four sets to secure his place in the French Open third round.

McIlroy posts nightmare opening 80
Rory McIlroy faces a battle to make the cut at the Irish Open after slumping to a first-round nine-over-par 80 at Royal County Down.

Cameron backs Blatter quit calls
David Cameron supports calls for Sepp Blatter to quit as Fifa president, Downing Street says.

MEPs in new EU-US trade controversy
MEPs call for transparent and public handling of trade disputes with the US but soften their stance on controversial commercial courts.

Labour objects to Hatton application
Labour's general secretary objects to a bid by former firebrand councillor Derek Hatton to rejoin the party.

VIDEO: Treasury Committee
The Treasury Committee hears from the Chancellor, George Osborne.

VIDEO: Prince explains why he's a Villa fan
Prince William tells BBC Sport's Gary Lineker why he decided to support Aston Villa, who face Arsenal in the FA Cup final.

VIDEO: US general urges UK to spend on forces
A senior US general has told the BBC it is imperative that Britain finds the money to spend on its armed forces, and that he is worried about the impact of recent defence cuts.

VIDEO: NI 'collusion' claims investigated
A BBC Panorama investigation has revealed claims that thousands of UK agents worked with paramilitaries during the Troubles in Northern Ireland.

VIDEO: Can art keep ex-prisoners out of jail?
Dean Stalham is a writer, visual artist and former prisoner who believes the arts help prevent ex-offenders from returning to jail.

VIDEO: Meeting the Mayfair squatters
A group squatting in a building in London's Mayfair have been ordered to leave the property following a ruling by the High Court.

VIDEO: Transforming Hull, Turner Prize host city
Hull is to host the Turner Prize, one of the biggest events in British art, when it is UK City of Culture in 2017.

VIDEO: 'Surge' in women joining IS
New research suggests young women travelling to Syria sometimes become involved in IS propaganda and recruitment, but often end up "domestically isolated in severe conditions".

VIDEO: Dyke: Blatter 'must take responsibility'
The chairman of England's Football Association Greg Dyke says Fifa president Sepp Blatter ''must take responsibility'' following the arrests of several senior officials on corruption charges.

A symbol of holding out
Tiny buildings that stand in the way of big developments

Quiz of the week's news
What's brought down crime by the seaside?

Remembering the Heysel disaster
Is the Heysel disaster English football’s forgotten tragedy?

Gearing up for the big lift
How to remove a 24,000-tonne oil platform from the North Sea

Fifa 16: Why the women jokes are wrong
Answering the jokes about women footballers on new Fifa 16 game

The siblings who share a donor parent
The donor-conceived siblings connecting across the world


Friends of Jubilee Pool Appeal

During the major storms of February 2014 the Jubilee Pool in Penzance suffered extensive damage. The pool is currently closed due to this damage.

A major grant from Coastal Communities Fund was awarded to Jubilee Pool in August 2014.

However, The Friends of Jubilee Pool are continuing to fundraise to reach a target of £160,000 as match funding to restore the pool to its former glory and to contribute to the longer term future of the pool. You can help them reach this goal by donating or organising a fund raising event.

The ‘Save our Lido’ campaign will contribute to the longer term future of the pool, as an important local amenity for locals and visitors alike.

If you love the Jubilee Pool, please help reach this goal by joining the Friends, donating to their campaign, or arranging a fundraising event- or all three!

All the money raised will go towards restoring and keeping the pool open. The aim is simple, to ensure Jubilee Pool survives and is never put at risk of closure again. You can also donate online by visiting their website


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