Successful Village Markets Expand

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 29.05.12: In the wake of their successful Village Markets in the memorial Hall, Portscatho, two South Central Cornwall ladies will be expanding their success into St Mawes from June. Anne Emmett and Maggie Bray, started […]

Local Re-enactment Gets Her Majesty’s Approval

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A group of Roseland children have created such an impressive re-enactment of The Queen’s Coronation of 1953 that her majesty herself wrote through her lady-in-waiting to bestow her delight. The re-enactment was created for the […]

Man Missing in Cornwall

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25.05.12: A Roseland Online reader has asked us to post this picture of their friend’s father who has been missing since 2nd April. John Barnett’s car was found in St Agnes in April but since […]

Radon Heath Risks Update

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24.05.12: Following up on the article earlier this week, Roseland Online has been contacted by the Business & Consumer Support Officer at Cornwall Council’s Public Health & Protection department. Some clarity has been found about […]

High Radon Level Reports

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22.05.12:Roseland Online has had reports back from residents that their recent Radon test results have been high; in some cases as much as 3 times over the level considered ‘acceptable’. The Health Protection Agency (HPA) […]

Cornwall Wildlife Trust Seeks Volunteers

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17.05.12: Cornwall Wildlife Trust is looking for keen volunteers to take part in an exciting new marine science project taking place now. They will be on the look-out for non-native marine plants and animals around […]

Roseland Historic signs replaced

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15.05.12: Many historic finger-post had fallen into disrepair but a project initiated by local Cornwall Councillor Julian German, and led by the Cornwall AONB team, has restored many of these signs and where necessary replaced […]

MidLifeKayak – Goodbye Kernow

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08.05.12:The MidLifeKayak boys have just come to the end of their first week at sea and have left the coast of Cornwall to enter Devon. With little Wi-Fi available in harbours and on beaches, they’ve […]

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