Lonely and Primrose Appeal for Donkey Hospital in Cornwall

In 2020 Flicka will be celebrating their Silver Jubilee - 25 years of animal rescue.

Help the Flicka Foundation reach their target of £300,000 to build an equine hospital providing the best care for rescued donkeys and ponies.

Please donate online at www.flickafoundation.org.uk/hospital-appeal or print out the PDF to donate by post.

You can also donate in person by visiting the Flicka Foundation Donkey Sanctuary


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BBC Cornwall | Cornwall
General election 2019: Delayed Isles of Scilly count declared
Strong gales delayed the collection of ballot papers from the islands.
Jamie Oliver's Fifteen Cornwall restaurant closes
The restaurant had trained more than 200 apprentices since it opened in Newquay, in 2006.
General election 2019: What questions do you have?
Do you have a question about the election results?
Naturalist and presenter David Bellamy dies at 86
Tributes are paid to the "larger-than-life" TV broadcaster, scientist and conservationist.
Falklands veteran 'forced out over sexuality' will get medal back
Joe Ousalice was discharged in 1993 when there was a ban on LGBT people in the armed forces.
Storm Atiyah: South West battered by 73mph winds
Storm Atiyah causes disruption on roads, rail and ferry services across the South West.
Former Devon headmaster jailed for stalking
Russell Hollins, who has a long history of stalking women, was told his actions were "cruel".
Cornish Pirates plan to expand Mennaye capacity for temporary Premiership home
Cornish Pirates director Dicky Evans says they plan to make their home ground capable of being a temporary Premiership venue.
Truro City 'absolutely magnificent' in 5-1 victory over Walton Casuals
Truro City boss Paul Wotton hails his 'magnificent' side after their 5-1 win over Walton Casuals to stay top of the Southern Premier League South.
Northampton sign Pirates hooker Matavesi
Northampton Saints sign Fiji international hooker Sam Matavesi from Championship side Cornish Pirates.
Truro City go top of Southern Premier League after 1-0 win over Beaconsfield Town
Truro City boss Paul Wotton praises his side's defence as they go top of the Southern Premier Division South.
Cornish Pirates 'made too many changes' in Nottingham Championship Cup loss
Cornish Pirates coach Alan Paver admits they made too many changes after a 29-20 loss to Nottingham in the Championship Cup.
Penalty shootout English record: Taunton beat Truro in 34-kick marathon
A non-league cup match equals the English record for the longest penalty shootout as 34 kicks are needed to settle the tie.

BBC News | UK | World Edition
General election 2019: Labour leadership takes blame over result
Jeremy Corbyn says he is "sorry we came up short", while John McDonnell says he "owns this disaster".
Nicola Sturgeon: Scotland 'cannot be imprisoned' in UK
The Scottish first minister tells the BBC that if the union is to continue, "it can only be by consent".
Strictly Come Dancing: Final draws 11.3 million viewers
Emmerdale actor Kelvin Fletcher lifted the trophy in one of the most watched programmes of 2019.
Taylor Swift to headline Glastonbury festival on Sunday
The pop star will make her Glastonbury debut on the Pyramid Stage this summer, organisers say.
BBC: TV licence fee decriminalisation being considered
The government is to examine whether failure to buy an annual TV licence should remain an offence.
Prince Louis: Earliest words inspired by TV cook Mary Berry
The Duchess of Cambridge says her son spoke after recognising the face of the TV cook on a book.
'Armed' man shot in Hull street by police
The man is critically ill after being shot by police on a street in Hull.
Firefighters tackle large Glasgow city centre fire
About 40 firefighters worked through the night to extinguish the fire in a building in Glasgow's Pitt Street
Harry Clarke 'sorry' for Glasgow bin lorry 'accident'
The driver of the truck apologises ahead of the fifth anniversary of the crash which killed six people.
British man shot dead in robbery outside hotel in Buenos Aires
It is believed the man shot outside a luxury hotel in Buenos Aires was 50-year-old Matthew Gibbard.
M4 crash: One dead and one injured in four-vehicle collision
The road was closed westbound between junction 17 and junction 18 but has since reopened.
How Blyth changed its mind
Blyth Valley has always been a Labour seat - until Friday morning. What's behind the change?
General election 2019: Ten lesser-known MPs to keep an eye on
Here are some of the MPs who could exert influence in the newly elected House of Commons.
General election 2019: What's it like to lose your seat as an MP?
Former politicians who failed to win the vote share how it feels to lose their seat as an MP.
Election results 2019: Analysis in maps and charts
Analysis in of the 2019 general election in maps and charts.
Post Office IT fiasco: 'Decade of hell' for accused
Those accused of false accounting and theft by the Post Office tell how their lives were devastated.
How to avoid an election fallout with the fam this Christmas
From social media to the local pub, tips for keeping any chat about politics from boiling over.
Cher Lloyd: I'm not on the conveyor belt any more
The pop star looks back at her beginnings on the X Factor, and how she took control of her career.
Boy, 5, given prosthetic arm that lets him hug brother
Five-year-old Jacob Scrimshaw was born eight weeks early with most of his left arm missing.
Swansea mum quarter-way through 20,000-mile coast trek
Karen Penny has walked 5,000 miles since January and has gone through five pairs of walking boots.
General election 2019: What the Conservatives' win means for your money
Promises have been made and plans put in place that will have an effect on your finances after the election.
Yola: From 'house screamer' to four-time Grammy nominee
The British singer talks about prejudice, doubters and how her success is just desserts.
General election 2019: How Dennis Skinner lost his Bolsover seat
Dennis Skinner, known as the Beast of Bolsover, has lost his seat after 49 years. What went wrong?
General election 2019: Did students seal Labour's victory in Canterbury?
Rosie Duffield won the "ultra-marginal" seat of Canterbury for Labour with an increased majority.
Durham North West: The 'no-hope' seat the Tories won
Why did the Conservatives win a seat they did not target and one they had never won before?
The Clash: How London Calling still inspires 40 years on
How The Clash’s iconic third album London Calling continues to inspire 40 years after its release.
Yungblud, Georgia and Celeste make the BBC Sound of 2020 longlist
They're among 10 acts tipped for success in the annual BBC list, previously won by Adele and Sigrid.
Labour's John McDonnell: 'I own this disaster'
Jeremy Corbyn has apologised for the party's election defeat but the shadow chancellor says: "This is on me".
Former Labour MP Phil Wilson: Jeremy Corbyn lost me my seat
Phil Wilson, who lost his seat in Sedgefield in the election, says Labour's leadership need to "man-up".
Boris Johnson visits north-east England after Conservative gains
Speaking in Tony Blair's old constituency, Boris Johnson thanks voters across north-east England.
Strictly Come Dancing 2019 winners announced
Former Emmerdale actor Kelvin Fletcher and professional partner Oti Mabuse lifted this year's glitterball trophy on BBC One on Saturday.
Last days of Long Clawson village butcher's shop
It has been run by three generations of the same family and originally delivered meat by horse and cart.
Voice notes about the election
How will the election result impact your life? The Next Episode asked people aged 18-25 from around the UK.
Faulty valve leaves thousands without water in Bedfordshire
Residents in Bedfordshire have been queuing for bottled water after supplies were cut off on Friday.
Scottish Tories reject former UKIP leader David Coburn
The Scottish Conservatives say former MEP David Coburn's past comments are "incompatible with membership".
Portadown murder: Two men arrested
A 49-year-old man was found dead in his home in the County Armagh town last Monday.
Conservative voters 'vermin' jibe by lecturer sparks outrage
University bosses should take action over post-election comments, a senior Welsh Conservative says.
Samantha Morton: Care system 'not fit for purpose'
Samantha Morton says she still does not feel justice has been done despite a major inquiry.

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