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BBC Cornwall | Cornwall
Bomb squad called to dumped flares
Illegally dumped out-of-date flares on the Isles of Scilly prompts a bomb disposal unit to be flown out.

Girl, 4, 'was stabbed by father'
A girl who was seriously injured in an incident that left a man dead was reportedly stabbed by her father, neighbours say.

Fishermen's charity sells base
A charity which has been supporting fishermen for more than 100 years sells its base 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

Car dealership death victim named
A man found dead at a car dealership in suspicious circumstances is named as police investigate his last known movements in Cornwall.

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.

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 and Lancashire set for final
Cornwall face Lancashire in the County Championship final for the third successive year.

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
Corrie stars hail 'loveable' Kirkbride
Stars pay tribute to "loveable and funny" Anne Kirkbride - during a memorial service for the Coronation Street actress at Manchester Cathedral.

No £100 fine for late tax returns
People who have filed late tax returns are to be let off paying a £100 fine for missing the deadline, HM Revenue and Customs has confirmed.

Cook breaks England Test run record
Alastair Cook passes Graham Gooch's tally of 8,900 runs to become England's all-time leading run-scorer.

Boy in court over knife murders
A 16-year-old boy appears in court charged with the murders of a man and woman in Colchester.

British hotelier 'murdered' in India
A man confesses to murdering Ranjit Power, a Wolverhampton businessman who went missing three weeks ago in India, police say.

Robinson blames illness on lifestyle
First Minister Peter Robinson blamed his lifestyle and not stress for the heart attack he suffered last Monday.

Gill rejects Fifa committee role
The "damaging events" at Fifa convince FA vice-chairman David Gill to reject an executive committee place under Sepp Blatter.

Man arrested over boxer's murder
A 32-year-old man is arrested over the murder of professional boxer Eamonn Magee Jr on the outskirts of west Belfast.

Planned rail strike talks resume
Crisis talks aimed at averting strike action resume as a dispute between National Rail and its workers over pay continues.

Tributes after Still Game actor dies
The cast of BBC Scotland sitcom Still Game leads tributes to actor Jake D'Arcy, who has died.

Cancer drug impact hope 'remarkable'
The potential impact of a new cancer drug invented in Cardiff is described as "remarkable" at the world's biggest gathering of oncologists.

Deadly spider found in Tamworth
An exotic spider known as one of the most poisonous in the world is found in a Staffordshire warehouse.

'Guardians of Scotland' honoured
A memorial honouring the "Guardians of Scotland", William Wallace and Andrew de Moray, is unveiled at the site of the Battle of Stirling Bridge.

Enniskillen remembers Waterloo
The role played by Irish soldiers in the Battle of Waterloo 200 years ago is commemorated in Enniskillen.

Sinn Féin warns of 'grave' situation
Northern Ireland's Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness says the political situation at Stormont as "very grave" due to the row over welfare reform.

NHS inquiry call after care failings
The leader of the Welsh Conservatives is calling for a full inquiry into the NHS after a damning report into care at a mental health unit in Denbighshire.

Osprey egg hatches at Powys nest
One of three eggs laid by a rare osprey at a mid Wales nesting ground hatches.

Condition of bus couple improves
Police say the condition of an elderly couple who were seriously injured by a bus in the centre of Glasgow has improved.

One injured in city centre fire
One person taken to hospital following basement fire in West Nile Street in Glasgow city centre.

Headline-grabbing bull is not gay
A supposedly-gay bull saved from slaughter and re-homed in Norfolk is "not gay", his new owners reveal.

'Thugs' target Bulger charity dinner
A group of protestors break into a Liverpool hotel during a charity dinner to raise money in memory of murdered toddler James Bulger.

Ex-England captain Ferdinand retires
Former England captain Rio Ferdinand brings an end to his career days after being released by Queens Park Rangers.

Murray beats Kyrgios to progress
Andy Murray beats Australian Nick Kyrgios in straight sets to reach the fourth round of the French Open.

Fifa chief downplays US indictment
Re-elected Fifa president Sepp Blatter plays down US criminal proceedings launched against officials of world football's governing body.

Labour 'squeamish' on immigration
Labour leadership contender Yvette Cooper says Labour was "squeamish" about talking about immigration in the past in an interview with Newsnight.

Merkel: I'll work with UK on EU change
Angela Merkel says she does not rule out future treaty changes as she promises to work "constructively" with the UK on EU reform.

Legal bid to oust Carmichael as MP
Campaigners hoping to overturn the election of Orkney and Shetland MP Alistair Carmichael launch a legal challenge at the Court of Session.

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

VIDEO: Football fan choir to sing Abide With Me
A choir of 64 football fans have been chosen by the BBC's Songs of Praise to sing the hymn 'Abide With Me' at Wembley for the FA Cup Final.

VIDEO: Stars attend Anne Kirkbride's memorial
A public memorial service has taken place at Manchester Cathedral to commemorate the life and work of Coronation Street star Anne Kirkbride.

VIDEO: Can culture save cities?
Hull has announced it will host the Turner Prize when it is City of Culture in 2017 - Will Gompertz asks if art can revive a city's fortunes.

VIDEO: 'No £100 fine for late tax returns'
People who have filed late tax returns have been let off paying a £100 fine if they provide a "reasonable" excuse for being late.

VIDEO: 'I ended up in hospital from legal high'
A teenager from Wales has spoken out about the night he ended up in hospital after taking a "legal high".

VIDEO: Migrants saved by British navy ship
A British navy ship has rescued hundreds of migrants in the central Mediterranean on Thursday.

VIDEO: Mother criticises ex-Thomas Cook boss
Sharon Wood, the mother of two children who were killed by carbon monoxide poisoning while on holiday in Corfu, has criticised Thomas Cook's former chief executive for associating a decision to donate some of her bonus to charity, with the children's deaths.

VIDEO: Lighting the sun 10 billion times
Scottish scientists are working at Diamond, the UK's synchrotron light source, with light that is 10 billion times brighter than the sun.

FA Cup celebrity fans do battle
The famous fans following the Cup Final

More to day than history for Anderson
A historic day for Jimmy Anderson

Direct train to Europe
Why doesn't the UK have direct trains to Madrid or Berlin?

Who advises overnight millionaires?
Why you'd be very pleased to meet Andy Carter?

Remembering WW1's 'khaki cup final'
The controversial FA Cup Final of WW1

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

 


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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