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  • Free weight management course

    By Cornish Guardian at 14:16 on 19/06/14
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    We are running a FREE 12-week weight management programme aimed at adults that are above a healthy weight with a BMI of 25 or over who are at risk of, or are already living with type 2 diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure or other weight related issues. Individuals are required to attend every week for 12 weeks for two hours. The course incorporates topics such as servings sizes, emotional eating, how to get more active and...
  • Kitchen Cabinets Yorkshire

    By hh703 at 01:43 on 27/02/14
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    Kitchen Cabinets Yorkshire. Thirty Ex Display Kitchens To Clear. w'w'w'.''e'x'd'i's'p'l'a'y'k'i't'c'h'e'n's''1'.'co'.'u'k' £ 595 Each with appliances. _______________________  Kitchen Cabinets Yorkshire
  • HSBC bank branch closure is 'another blow for Padstow'

    By Cornish Guardian at 06:00 on 22/12/13
    Mayor Charlie Watson-Smyth presented flowers to bank staff Jo Carthew and Bridget Teagle on their last day in Padstow.
    HSBC has closed its Padstow branch after decades of serving customers in the town. Mayor Charlie Watson-Smyth said it was a sad day for Padstow, with HSBC customers now having to travel to Wadebridge to bank. Although Lloyds and Barclays remain in the port, the closure of HSBC means there is now only one 24-hour ATM in the town. Mr Watson-Smyth paid tribute to the two staff members, Jo Carthew and Bridget Teagle, and presented both...
  • Innovation hub planned for Wadebridge

    By Cornish Guardian at 06:00 on 21/12/13
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    WADEBRIDGE is in line to receive a £10m investment for a major new centre to house technology and design businesses, as well as performance and educational facilities. The proposed Smart Innovation Hub would be a collaboration between Wadebridge and Falmouth University and is planned to be sited beside the river on the opposite bank to the Camel Trail. Along with the contemporary-designed building, a new footbridge is...
  • Proposal for toilet at church raises concerns

    By Cornish Guardian at 07:30 on 18/12/13
    The proposed toilet location is between the two extensions. The window in question can be partially seen to the left of the smaller extension.
    CONCERNS have been raised over a proposed new toilet at Egloshayle Church, which encloses a stained-glass window and blocks its access to natural light. Plans have been in place for many years to build a toilet on the site and the designs have been carefully considered. Wadebridge Town councillors said they will support the planning application but only if the planned location of the toilet is changed. The stained-glass window, a...

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