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190606 | Edward Hain was in receipt of subsidies whereas Hayle Day Care Centre is no longer subsidised

The adult day care package at Edward Hain was also discussed at the Network Meeting and concerns were expressed that it is not delivering the remit it was set up for ie providing interim care for elderly people coming out of hospital before returning home but actually acting as a Day Care Centre for St Ives residents. He felt that there was inequality especially as Edward Hain was in receipt of subsidies whereas Hayle Day Care Centre is no longer subsidised. It was confirmed that the St Ives Day Care Centre had closed and that Hayle Day Centre was now providing a full service for St Ives based users, including travel.

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190627 | Cornish launch for ground-breaking project to secure future of rare British Lop pigs

Cornish launch for ground-breaking project to secure future of rare British Lop pigs

There are believed to be only between 100 and 200 females left in the country  read more »

PA19/04824 | Creation of a temporary access, to be used for a maximum of 3 years, to serve car park of existing retail unit | Ho

PA19/04824 | Creation of a temporary access, to be used for a maximum of 3 years, to serve car park of existing retail unit | Ho
PA19/04824 | Creation of a temporary access, to be used for a maximum of 3 years, to serve car park of existing retail unit | Home Bargains Copper Terrace Hayle Cornwall TR27 4EB
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190618 | Emergency services jobs available in Devon and Cornwall right now

190608 | McDonald's explains the real reason why Cornwall restaurant was shut

190129 | Will the authorities ever learn what causes those Subterranean Hayle Stink Blues?

Will the authorities ever learn what causes those Subterranean Hayle Stink Blues?

Posted By theboss on 29th January 2019

By Graham Smith

It is hardly news that much of West Cornwall is built on top of old mine workings. What makes this old news interesting in 2019 is the reluctance of a host of regulatory and commercial organisations to properly investigate, or understand, the consequences.  read more »

190524 | Future of Hayle library secured by Cornwall Council | Falmouth Packet

Future of Hayle library secured by Cornwall Council - Falmouth Packet - Future of Hayle library secured by Cornwall Council Falmouth Packet

The future of Hayle library and information *service* is safe after a new agreement, which will see Hayle Town Council take ownership.  read more »

190521 | Let your garden go wild to help bees and butterflies

£1.8 billion cost of replacing bee pollination 28% Cornish bumblebees now extinct
Top tips to help pollinators: 1. Create homes; 2, Be less tidy!
Top tips to help pollinators: 3 Plant, 4 Go organic, 5 Ditch pesticides

Let your garden go wild to help bees and butterflies

I’ve always thought of my garden as rather messy, but actually, it’s pretty environmentally-friendly, with loads of daisies like this, for starters …  read more »

2019 | Hayle Outdoor Swimming Pool

Hayle Outdoor Swimming Pool
Since the summer of 2016 the pool has been heated by a solar cover and now the water temperature regularly reaches between 24 and 26 degrees Celsius.

2019 Season

This year the Hayle Outdoor Swimming Pool season will be extended to include the summer half-term holiday and weekends in June. The pool will open on Saturday 25 May 2019 for the Whitsun Bank Holiday weekend and the half-term holiday week and then weekends until it opens daily from 29 June 2019.

Opening hours are from 11am to 6pm, weather permitting, until Sunday 8 September 2019. We can confirm that entrance prices have not been increased for the sixth year in a row and once again season tickets will be available to purchase.  read more »

190520 | New GWR timetable Devon & Cornwall will see regular half-hourly local stopping services between Plymouth and Penzance

TRAIN services between Plymouth and Penzance are set to double today (Monday, May 20), as part of Great Western Railway’s new May timetable.

To be operated by new Intercity Express Trains and refurbished Castle Class trains, which GWR says offer more seats and greater comfort, the new timetable will see regular half-hourly local stopping services between Plymouth and Penzance, doubling the frequency of off-peak services.  read more »

190507 | Cornwall (Electoral Changes) Order 2019 laid in draft in Parliament | Local Government Boundary Commission

Map Of The New Division Boundaries
Changes to Hayle Town Council
Latest Information:
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144-inch-diameter cylinder, powering eight beams, used to drain Haarlemmermeer in the Netherlands Cruquius station

Francis Harvey, Jebus Bickle (an important figure at Harvey's who came from a large family of engineers) and the foreman Billy Gilbert
Back of Cruquiusmuseum, showing the beams of the pumping engine and the 9 meter drop in water level from the Spaarne river

Harvey & Co. of Hayle was responsible for producing the world's largest ever beam engine. With a 144-inch- diameter cylinder, powering eight beams, it was used to drain the Haarlemmermeer in the Netherlands and has been preserved at the Museum De Cruquius (above). The three men shown stood with a miscast of the gigantic cylinder are Francis Harvey, Jebus Bickle (an important figure at Harvey's who came from a large family of engineers) and the foreman Billy Gilbert.  read more »

190512 | Air ambulance on A30 after crash near Hayle | Falmouth Packet

12th May

Air ambulance on A30 after crash near Hayle

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