For Truro and the surrounding areas
BIG Productivity supports RAM Gasket Solutions
From enabling a charitable enterprise to develop their offer to an engineering technology company looking to purchase new machinery, the BIG Productivity programme is helping boost the productivity, growth and sustainability of a wide range of businesses across Cornwall.
Work to repair path could take months
A riverside footpath at Sunny Corner is closed indefinitely due to the danger of rockfall. Investigations are under way to determine the likelihood of rock slippage at the scenic spot on Malpas Road, just beyond Boscawen Park.
Last orders as pub prepares to close its doors
One of Truro’s oldest pubs looks set to close its doors in July following the shock news of its sale. The Britannia Inn, on the corner of Quay Street and Morlaix Avenue...
Secondary school scales up as demand for places grows
An increase in housing in Truro will result in significant expansion for one of the city’s secondary schools. A new 10-classroom block will be built as Penair School will increase its capacity to 1,350 children by 2023.
Supporters sign up to save historic church
Nearly 2,500 people have signed a petition to save an historic church in Truro from demolition. St Paul’s Church, on Tregolls Road, has been under threat since it closed in 2008...
Local farmer’s novel pasty pairing is a social smash hit
In a week when all things Cornish were celebrated, a Tresillian farmer gave the world a rather unusual take on the county’s treasured pasty.
City’s residents mourn the death of beloved alley cat
A much-loved alley cat who loved to stroll the streets of Truro has died. Mr Jingles, who was partial to a visit to the Plaza Cinema before adjourning to nearby ASK restaurant, was a popular resident...
Foodbank sees huge increase in demand during lockdown
What a difference a year makes. Truro Foodbank has seen a 60 per cent increase in demand compared to last year, as the legacy of covid continues to bear its teeth.
Residents gather for policing bill protest
Around 100 people gathered illegally in Truro on Saturday to make a stand against a proposed parliamentary bill giving more powers to police during protests.