St Euny Churchyard Memories


Do you have stories to tell of families buried in St Euny Churchyard, Redruth?

If so, come and join us at Hatters Coffee House, 21 Fore Street, Redruth on Saturday, 26 and Tuesday, 29 November between 2-4pm and tell us about it.

Bring your memories and any photos you have, whilst enjoying a complimentary tea/coffee and a piece of cake! We are grateful for support from FEAST, Redruth Town Council, Cornwall Heritage Trust, Redruth Charity Trust, Cornwall Councillor’s Community Chest and St Euny Church


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BBC Cornwall | Cornwall
Mystery as thousands of fish wash up on Cornish beach
Mystery surrounds the stranding of thousands of fish on a beach over the weekend.
Damning Ofsted report for Plymouth CAST multi-academy trust
Chief executive of trust responsible for 36 Catholic schools is "placed on leave" over damning Ofsted report
Hundreds report football child abuse to police
About 350 victims have reported child sexual abuse within UK football clubs, say police chiefs, with one force identifying 10 suspects.
Cornwall quarry murder: Accused 'admitted' killing David Alderson
A man accused of murder admitted the crime to a fellow prisoner, a jury is told.
Newquay Airport plane crash death pilot was 'tired'
An experienced pilot was feeling tired when he fatally crashed his new plane, an inquest concludes.
Christian school worker Victoria Allen in gay marriage row
A school apologises to a Christian teaching assistant it disciplined for sharing her views on gay marriage with a student.
Climber seriously injured in cliff fall near Land's End.
A climber is in a serious condition after falling from a cliff near Land's End in Cornwall.
Susan Norman landslide death: Council 'should have known of risk'
A council ought to have known a grandmother faced "a real and immediate risk of death" before she was buried by a landslide, jurors say.
Cornwall care homes rated 'grim and unsafe'
Reports on "grim and unsafe" care homes where residents were ignored are branded "horrifying reading".
What can we do to tackle air pollution?
Air pollution is responsible for 50,000 premature deaths in the UK each year - how can we tackle the issue?
Dolphin pictured killing porpoise by flipping it into air
A bottlenose dolphin is pictured flipping a porpoise into the air in a deadly attack.
Tom McHale and Martin Rice: Truro City boss faces tough goalkeeper choice
Truro City manager Lee Hodges says he has a dilemma over which goalkeeper to pick following Martin Rice's return.
Lewis Vinnicombe: Redruth winger capable of playing in Championship - Churcher
Redruth winger Lewis Vinnicombe is good enough to play in the Championship, according to head coach Marek Churcher.

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Boris Johnson: UK should not pay 'large sums' for EU trade access
Boris Johnson says the UK should not have to pay "large" sums to trade with the EU after Brexit.
Dangerous drivers who kill could face life in prison
Motorists who cause death by dangerous or careless driving could get life in prison under new plans.
'Bored to death' pensioner Joe Bartley starts job
An 89-year-old who put an ad in a paper looking for work to save him from "dying of boredom" starts his new job.
Glider pilot dies in mid-air crash in Leicestershire
A man dies in a mid-air crash between a glider and another light aircraft.
Iceland Foods hits back at Icelandic government over trademark
Supermarket Iceland says talks with the Icelandic government over a trademark dispute have failed.
Record 1,378 Christmas trees at Melton Mowbray festival
A Christmas tree festival has again broken its own record for the number of trees in a church.
Prescot warehouse fire: Blaze at hazardous waste site
A huge blaze engulfs a warehouse which handles hazardous waste, sending huge plumes of smoke into the sky.
Mourinho faces tax probe call over Sunday Times claims
The tax affairs of football manager Jose Mourinho should be investigated by UK officials, an MP says.
Children's charities to get X Factor single VAT money
VAT raised from the sales of the X Factor winner's single will again be donated to charity.
Southern Rail and London Underground strikes 'chaos' warning
Commuters are warned to brace themselves for travel "chaos" as a walkout on Southern rail coincides with a strike by London Underground drivers.
Polzeath holidaymaker dies after being pulled from sea
A holidaymaker has died after being rescued from the sea off the coast of Cornwall, police have said.
Nicola Sturgeon visits Ahmadiyya Mosque in Glasgow
Nicola Sturgeon visits the mosque that was attended by murdered Glasgow shopkeeper Asad Shah later.
'Bored to death' pensioner Joe Bartley starts job
Pensioner Joe Bartley is keen to start work after his "dying of boredom" paper ad earns him a job.
Boris Johnson tells Andrew Marr: 'You've just taken my two best lines'
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson jokes that Andrew Marr has stolen his best lines in a discussion on Brexit.
Are Boris Johnson's jokes lost in translation?
The BBC's Andrew Marr asks Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson if his sense of humour translates well into other languages.
'Dangerous driver killed our son and only got six years'
Dawn and Ian Brown-Lartey, whose son died in a crash, want tougher sentences for dangerous drivers.
Salmond: Holyrood 'could provoke crisis' over Brexit
The Scottish parliament could provoke a constitutional crisis over Brexit, says Alex Salmond.
Westminster Christmas tree's journey from Kielder Forest
Westminster's Christmas tree travelled 330 miles before being set up in front of Big Ben.
Pill could reduce HIV risk by 86%
A drug that reduces the risk of being infected with HIV will be given to NHS patients in England.
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Newspaper headlines: Brexit leaks 'panic' and Mourinho's tax
Sunday's papers feature stories on Jose Mourinho's tax, Brexit and I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here.
Supreme test
The BBC's legal affairs correspondent on the ins and outs of the government's Supreme Court appeal.
Inflexible friend
The boss of Barclaycard says the plastic credit card is being replaced with new technology, so soon we will need nothing to make a payment.
TripAdvisor's top tips
Langley Steinert, the co-founder of TripAdvisor, shares the business advice he has learned.
Pretty vacant
Forty years ago the Sex Pistols were touring the country, hoping someone would let them play.
Post it
What role do postcards and letters play in this digital age? Some businesses think there is a gap in the market.
Real vs Fake
It's the time of year when Christmas trees go up, becoming the centrepiece of our family festivities. From cost to carbon footprint what should you consider when choosing your tree?
'I feel British'
BBC News visits a travel company using DNA testing to challenge its own workplace culture.
Fawlty fame
Actor who achieved fame as the bumbling Spanish waiter in Fawlty Towers.

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