Author: Sue James

Colouring as Therapy & Supporting Our Young People at Sowenna (link will tell you about this facility for young people) Colouring has proven really popular at Sowenna, as an activity that helps the young people feel more relaxed. That’s why they …

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Could a Cafe Culture become part of Our Local Recovery Plan? Time for local businesses to collaborate and put ideas and thoughts to local Town/ Parish Councils but consent will not be required during 2020! Cornwall Council Planning Enforcement update …

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Details of Local Discretionary Grant Scheme for Small Businesses has now been published by Cornwall Council link to info & application forms Here is a summary of eligibility to apply. Sadly, despite all the hype that councils know their local …

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Government says “Stay Alert, control the virus, save lives” and have produced a lengthy document to explain this and their road map to balance the health of the nation against the health of the economy. It would be easy to …

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My Virtual week has included too many virtual meetings, a virtual funeral for my uncle and a virtual birthday gathering for my daughter’s birthday. Would not have anticipated any of that at the start of the year. Since the lock …

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All things “rubbish” (and recycling) in Cornwall, where all but Household and Recycling Centres (HWRC) are getting back to usual arrangements. So, unlike many Councils, through the lock-down, we in Cornwall have had our usual waste and recycling doorstep collections …

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From my time in Cornwall Council’s Cabinet my Wild Circles at County Hall were a proud achievement and as I left Cabinet soon after, I feel today, 12 months on, they are my legacy. I’ll take you back to March …

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Newsletter From Penwith Landscape Partnership (PLP), with a get in touch with nature opportunity, for anyone keen to get outside. Could be a great home schooling project. So, in the pdf version of the Newsletter (see link below), look out …

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Mental Health campaign being launched for those struggling in Cornwall, during this Coronavirus pandemic. Mental health is as important as physical health. One in four of UK adults have had feelings of loneliness because of coronavirus, according to research by …

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Cornwall’s Farming Health Hub has been launched to help farmers struggling during this COVID-19 crisis and many are slipping between the cracks for support. As people in farming and those living and working in rural communities struggle to cope with …

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