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Parents of children living on the Roseland are invited to two events being hosted by Veryan Primary School. The school hosts a free, weekly Rhythm and Rhyme session for children under five every Tuesday afternoon from 1.30 to 3pm in Veryan Parish Hall. It is organised with Truro and the Roseland Children’s Centre. All parents
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The latest updates from our local police force.
Information on recorded crimes and matters on interest that are updated at the end of each month relevant to the areas of Gerrans & Portscatho, Ladock, Probus, Tregony, St. Michael Penkivel, Philleigh, St. Mawes & St. Just In Roseland, Ruan Lanihorne, Veryan & Portloe, Cuby, Trispen St. Erme and St. Allen
The latest updates from our local Coastwatch team.
Information on recorded incidents and stories of interest from the local National Coastwatch Institute team.
The latest updates from our local National Trust team.
Information on recorded incidents and stories of interest from the local National Trust team.
The tourist industry has now become the main trade of the Roseland Peninsula and SCC today but unlike many areas it's kept its charm and unique qualities intact.
Veryan, in the middle of the Roseland Peninsula, still has its iconic Round Houses, St Just its legendary church and St Mawes and Portscatho their stunning harbours.
The Roseland Peninsula and SCC boast some world class hotels and restaurants, including one of Olga Polizzi's renowned hotels Hotel Tresanton) and a Michelin starred restaurant in Rosevine. More here...
Thanks to a partnership with local Millenary Holly Young headwear, Roseland Online is delighted to offer 2 pairs of free tickets (each admitting 2 people) to the prestigious ‘Handmade at Kew craft fair Private View evening and one pair of free complimentary tickets to the actual fair. The Craft Fair will run from 7th October (6-9pm) and then
Many will have read of the recent death of pianist Natalia Strelle (full story here). She had been due to perform in Portscatho on Saturday 21 November as part of the Roseland Music Society programme for 2016/6. Strelle, 38, described as a Norwegian pianist of Russian origin, has performed all over the world at prestigious
Roseland residents, Leanne Clark and Julia McIntosh, have been so moved by the plight of refugees in Calais, they have decided to take a trip over at the end of September with clothes, food and essentials and to help in any way they can out there. To enable them make the trip, however, they need to
The annual Fal River Walk, which had to be postponed from earlier this year, is now to be held on Sunday, September 27. The walk involve a new partnership with the National Trust at Trelissick where the event will start and finish. Walkers may choose either a Long Walk of 15 miles, or a Short
Yesterday, Thursday 20th August, The Roseland peninsula came out to vote for or against the Roseland Plan. The overwhelming majority of residents (74.98% of voters) voted in favour of the plan. In total, 1139 residents votes were counted which accounts for 40.75% of the electorate. 853 of these voted yes and 286 voted no. For
It has been a disappointing beekeeping season across the whole of the UK this year. Many beekeepers have harvested no honey at all, others have been feeding their bees to get them through the tight times, and mating has not been as successful in many instances as one would like. The problem has been the
A Year of Thoughts & Pictures by Mark David Hatwood – The Harbour Gallery, Portscatho, 2015 Many readers will already know Mark’s gallery, his music, the film Marcello Marcello, for which he wrote the original screenplay, his environmental work and so on. I’m a tremendous fan of all of those things so, when this book arrived for
Results, starring Guy Pearce, Cobie Smulders & Kevin Corrigan, Written & Directed by Andrew Bujalski Recently divorced, nouveau rich and utterly miserable, Danny (Corrigan) seems the perfect test subject as a money-and-happiness test subject. But after a trip to the local gym, where he meets self-styled guru Trevor (Pearce) and irresistibly acerbic trainer Kat (Smulders), soon their lives
Sea shells: these abundant jewels of the sea lie scattered amongst the sand and rock of our secluded Roseland coves; they are fascinating, beautiful, endlessly collectable. They were once the exoskeletons of the sea creatures who made them. Shells are formed mainly of the mineral calcium carbonate, plus a small quantity of protein, through a
Well, it really is the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness now, and if you are early risers, as we are, you might be rewarded with the beautiful sight of mist floating above the ground, where the dew of the night meets the warmth coming off the still-warm soil. Quite a joy at this time
Rites of Passage As you may be aware we have just experienced a total lunar eclipse also defined as a Super Moon as it was at its closest point to the earth. Some say that such eclipses are times of major shifts that bring endings to certain aspects of our lives, in preparation for new beginnings.
Sallie Eden talks to Cornwall based writer and charity fundraiser Sandra Southall As readers of Writers Talking will already know, I’m a great fan of Cornwall’s Mobile Library service. Of course, it offers the obvious – a wide range of books to borrow – but the staff also offer something extra: information about new