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Posts Tagged ‘Friends of Portheras Cove’

Fly Tipping Plunges to New Depths

Posted on: 25th August 2015 | by Sue James | Posted in News

Fly tipping plunges to new depths at Liberty zawn near Pendeen. Those who follow social media will have seen this story unfold but this is for those not connected to such forms of communication. Sadly, people have driven to a remote location, along from Pendeen Lighthouse, towards Portheras Cove and dropped rubbing over the cliff.Read More »

Harmful Plastics are affecting life in our seas

Posted on: 6th April 2015 | by Sue James | Posted in News

Harmful Plastics are affecting life in our seas and groups, from around Cornwall, have been working hard to bring this to the attention of local and national politicians to take action before it is too late. Over the past four months volunteers from The Friends of Portheras Cove and St Just Primary School have joinedRead More »

New Bridge to Access Portheras Cove

Posted on: 8th March 2014 | by Sue James | Posted in Blog

The ‘Friends of Portheras Cove’ are the community in action. For those not on Facebook, here are a couple of recent updates: “Ta dah! After 12 months of planning, fund-finding, & discussions we finally have our new Oak Bridge across the Rose Valley stream. Massive thanks go to Hamish Gordon and his team from Cormac,Read More »

Portheras Cove To Get Improved Access

Posted on: 22nd February 2014 | by Sue James | Posted in News

For those who love Portheras Cove, our dedicated ‘Friends’ group, the Council’s Countryside Officer and a team at Cormac are coming up trumps to improve access and secure the area. Like much of the coast and cliff paths, the storms have taken their toll. Below is some information provided by Delia Webb: Just to letRead More »