‘FINGS AIN’T WOT THEY USED T’BE’ IN ‘ONE OFF’ RETURN FOR ROC
The Mayor of Truro, Cllr Rob Nolan, invites warm hearted people with an eye to the past to an afternoon of merriment and nostalgia on Sunday 16th October.
High street trends taking centre stage in city’s fashion week
HFC appoints new co chairs
Hall For Cornwall (HFC) has announced Rosemary Squire OBE and former LEP chairman, Chris Pomfret, as new co-chairs of its board of trustees.
Gerard Hickie leaves Coodes
Gerard Hickie has left his position as CEO of Coodes Solicitors, having worked alongside chairman Peter Lamble and the management team to help steer the firm through a period of growth.
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City of Lights Parade to now go ahead.
Thanks to emergency financial support from Truro City Council and Totally Truro BID, Truro City of Lights parade will now take place as usual on November 23rd from 7pm using the same route as last year. There will not be an installation in Victoria Gardens this year.
Back to school for Camellia
Further growth for ISO Spaces
Following the success of the recent Crowd Cube funding campaign, ISO Spaces has announced the creation of five new roles.
Publicans, be aware
Nalders Solicitors head of litigation, Lee Stutt, tells us about the introduction of the Pub Code etc. Regulation 2016
Are you a local business looking to give something back to the community?
Millerson adds to team
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Lift-off on the A390 Truro Western Corridor
Hard hats and large maps touch ground on Chyvelah, as Cormac move into the initial phase of the works.
Supersonic help from Cornish manufacturer
Redruth based European Springs & Pressings Ltd is at the heart of an exhibition at Royal Cornwall Museum dedicated to the world’s land speed record attempt by Bloodhound SSC (Supersonic car).
Vodafone sanctioned for traffic disruption
Cornwall Council has sanctioned telecoms company Vodafone following road works which caused traffic disruption for motorists in and around Truro yesterday.
Truro Emergency Services Community Station launch
Cornwall Fire, Rescue and Community Safety (CFRCS) Service in partnership with South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SWASfT) are pleased to announce the new partnership facilities that are now available at Truro Emergency Services Community Station.
ISO Spaces raises £450k
A Cornwall business that converts shipping containers into bespoke modular buildings is set for further expansion after raising £450k from a crowdfunding campaign.
Businesses ‘Get Some GAS’ with Growth Hub
50 days after its launch, over 400 businesses have been set on the road to business growth by the Cornwall & Isles of Scilly Growth Hub and more are signing up every day to get some GAS (Guidance And Support).
Colourific, Caketastic, Cornwallian cakes!
Announcing the winner and 2 runners-up...
Winner: Lauren (Age 9)
Runners-up Georgie (Age 10) Baylin (Age 5)
Online poll opened for public to have their say on ‘Who decides’
The public are invited to give their thoughts on how decisions about public services in Cornwall should be made in the future in an online poll launched on the 21st of July.
National recognition for lawyer
A leading South West renewable energy lawyer has been shortlisted for a national award for her work promoting the renewables industry.
Commercial property market report
Healthy demand for office space helped the Truro and wider Cornwall commercial property market deliver a robust first half year performance, says property consultancy Alder King in its mid-year market report.
Afterwards - The ROC 5K 500
Further measures put in place to help during Saveock road closure
Further measures have been put in place to assist those who work at the Threemilestone Industrial Estate during the Saveock bridge road closure.
Truro Guide hits the streets
Foot Anstey reports strong growth
Top 100 UK law firm, Foot Anstey, has posted its year end results which show continued strong organic growth of 12% with turnover increasing to £36 million.
Old Cathedral School refurbishment begins!
In 2012 Gary Wyatt was living in New Zealand when he was approached to take part in a Competition for the renovation of Old Cathedral School in Truro, Cornwall, Uk.
New Regulatory Business Advice Service – ‘Helping you to get it right first time’
A new Regulatory Business Advice Service has been introduced by Cornwall Council offering a single point of contact for businesses to access regulatory support across environmental health, trading standards, fire and licensing.
Jewellery Design & Manufacture Competition
Canary Blue has been in Truro for a little over three years and have worked hard to establish themselves as a "jeweller with a difference" offering our customers tailor-made-to-order jewellery.
Whistlefish designs exclusively for Redwings
In spring of this year, we received a compelling email from equine charity Redwings which we simply couldn’t ignore.
HFC wins £5M Arts Council funding
Arts Council England has approved the Hall For Cornwall’s (HFC) Stage II funding application, awarding £5 million towards its redevelopment plans.
Seasalt ‘Signs-A-Slate’ for Truro Cathedral
New project launches to help businesses access support: Growth Hub
Business in Cornwall are being urged to sign up with a new service launched this week, that brings together information in one place to help them identify the right business support for them.
New seven day a week short stay car park opens in Truro
Visitors driving to Truro will be able to take advantage of a new 7 day a week short stay car park in the city centre which can accommodate up to 150 vehicles.
Delicious coffee or a tasty glass of wine if you spend more than £50 within Nalders Court boutique, Plum.
A great parking offer for Truro Businesses and Commuters
GetSet for Growth launches back into Cornwall with new funding to help all businesses
Cornwall business owners are invited to take advantage of the return of fully funded specialist service, GetSet for Growth, thanks to funding from the Regional Growth Fund.
Park for £1.50 after 4pm in most Council Car Parks in Truro
Did you know that since March 2015 you can park on all days of the week within Truro, in a Council Car Park *, for £1.50 from 4pm until 12.30am.
GET HAPPY AND SAVE YOUR BUSINESS ENERGY AND MONEY
For many businesses, heating and lighting costs are a major expense, especially with the annual energy price rises, whether you are on the mains gas network or have to rely on electric, LPG or Oil.
Opportunity for Truro Retailers from Cornwall Council
Cornwall Council and their employee benefits provider, Edenred, are working together to provide employees with benefits including local and national offers.
We Are Cornwall
Truro to benefit from high street regeneration programme
Truro announced as one of the latest towns across the UK to receive support from some of the UK’s biggest brands.