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NHS Event – Launceston

NHS Event – Launceston

Saturday 7th July – 10.30 – 12.30, Launceston Market Square.    

July CLP Meeting

July CLP Meeting

The best way to approach is from Bounsalls Lane. Parking is at the back of the building.

Prime Minister set to enter the fray as Cornwall Council’s “walk to school” ruling reaches Parliament

Prime Minister set to enter the fray as Cornwall Council’s “walk to school” ruling reaches Parliament

4th July 2018 By Graham Smith Cornwall Council is coming under increasing pressure to scrap its policy of making children walk to school between Delabole and Camelford.  Prime Minister Theresa May is expected to intervene later today (Wednesday.) North Cornwall MP Scott Mann, who has been backing local parents on the issue for several years, plans to raise the matter in Parliament.  He has walked the route himself and shares the widely-held opinion that the road is not safe for…

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Delabole petition passes 1,500 as campaigners protest County Hall’s “walk to school” ruling

Delabole petition passes 1,500 as campaigners protest County Hall’s “walk to school” ruling

Delabole petition passes 1,500 as campaigners protest County Hall’s “walk to school” ruling 4th July 2018 By Graham Smith More than 1,500 people have signed an online petitioncalling on Cornwall Council to reverse its decision to make children walk from Delabole to Camelford , along a dangerous, unlit country lane, to get to school. The issue has haunted residents in Delabole for several years, as County Hall officials write to parents at this time of year to advise them that…

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Local schoolchildren to be denied bus passes

Local schoolchildren to be denied bus passes

A recent decision by Cornwall Council will mean parents living in Delabole with children attending Sir James Smith School this new academic year, will not have the bus passes they need to get their kids to school. Instead, it seems that pupils from as young as 11 will be expected to walk to school, along a route that is remote and dangerous. For some children that means a 7am start in order to get to school on time. Over the…

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BUDE MAN WILL PUT CORNWALL ON THE MAP AT LABOUR’S ANNUAL CONFERENCE

BUDE MAN WILL PUT CORNWALL ON THE MAP AT LABOUR’S ANNUAL CONFERENCE

Labour Party members in North Cornwall have elected Bude’s Ray Shemilt to represent them at this year’s national party conference in Liverpool – and he has the chance to make history, if enough activists back calls for the creation of a Cornwall Labour Party.   Ray Shemilt, North Cornwall delegate to Labour Conference 2018   The Labour Party is traditionally organised into local branches, Parliamentary constituency parties and regional groups.  In addition to dozens of local branches, there are six…

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