Why Cornwall's European Capital of Culture bid is brilliant not bonkers
Just over a month ago the government's Culture Minister Karen Bradley announced the launch of the nationwide competition to find the European Capital of Culture 2023.
Did you know about Truro's Shopmobility?
The people and businesses of Truro are incredibly welcoming and open to those members of the public for whom getting around is difficult but the picturesque cobbles, running leats and tiny arcades and passageways are a real barrier.
Thank you for this years amazing City of Lights!
City of Lights has officially celebrated its twentieth anniversary with glowing lights, singing, dancing and streets full of smiling faces.
Best of Cornwall’s apprentices celebrated
Apprentices, their families and colleagues came together on Friday night to celebrate in style as Truro College’s Gannel Building played host to the 2016 Cornwall Apprenticeship Awards.
Truro safe partnership gears up for the festive season
If you’re one of the many people who enjoys Truro’s fabulous theatres, restaurants, bars and clubs you’ve probably seen people from Truro Safe out in the evening too. The initiative, which aims to keep those out in Truro on a Saturday night safe, is getting ready for the busy festive period.
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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.