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210218 | Idiot driver does U-turn on notorious A30 Hayle bypass stretch It’s not even summer, but the idiots are out in force

Idiot driver does U-turn on notorious A30 Hayle bypass stretch

It’s not even summer, but the idiots are out in force  read more »

210214 | The history of 100-year-old cart emerging from Cornish cliff - Following precarious clear-up and recent erosion

A 100-year-old cart is emerging from a cliff at Gwithian after vegetation was cleared from around it two years ago, and some more recent erosion, making it more visible. The cart is thought to be part of the Gwithian Tin Works, which lifted tin-rich sand
With many people noticing the cart in the cliff for the first time, its appearance has prompted much wonder and speculation about how it got there
Aerial ropeway and buckets - Gwithian Tin Works c. 1930

The history of a 100-year-old cart emerging from a Cornish cliff

Following a precarious clear-up and some recent erosion, beach-goers have been noticing the cart and speculating how it got there  read more »

210212 | Premier Inn in Hayle evacuated after suspected explosion; A man was arrested following the incident

Premier Inn in Hayle evacuated after suspected explosion

A man was arrested following the incident  read more »

210208 | Builder James Lee Knight (aka Jay Knight or Jay Knight Mason) who lost residents £100,000 admits nine offences of fraud

Builder who lost residents £100,000 admits nine offences of fraud

A builder whose shoddy work meant his customers lost around £100,000 has pleaded guilty to multiple charges of fraud following an investigation by Cornwall Council’s Trading Standards.  read more »

210204 | Hayle harbour development on hold | Next phase of harbour plans deferred by

Aerial view of Hayle Harbour (Image: James Lawley)
Drone footage reveals what Hayle harbour redevelopment could look like
The Hayle Harbour area where Carillion completed the £16 million North Quay infrastructure project in 2013

Hayle harbour development on hold

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210204 | Hayle North Quay Cornwall Council decision due

Aerial view of Hayle Harbour (Image: James Lawley)
Drone footage reveals what Hayle harbour redevelopment could look like
The Hayle Harbour area where Carillion completed the £16 million North Quay infrastructure project in 2013

Hayle North Quay Cornwall Council decision due

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210204 | Police object to major Hayle harbour development | The force wants the developer to pay for additional police resources

Aerial view of Hayle Harbour (Image: James Lawley)
Drone footage reveals what Hayle harbour redevelopment could look like
The Hayle Harbour area where Carillion completed the £16 million North Quay infrastructure project in 2013

Police object to major Hayle harbour development

The force wants the developer to pay for additional police resources in the area  read more »

The Dash Poem (By Linda Ellis)

The Memorial Walk Benches article in the July/August issue of the Pump at Hayle’s wonderful King George V Memorial Walk led me to the following that I heard read at an obituary:  read more »

210201 | February and March 2021 | Council Corner

Council Corner

February and March 2021

2021/2022 Precept Demand

Hayle Town Council’s Precept will increase this year by 5.9%. The final Precept for 2021/22 is £635,784.

The Town Council uses the precept funding to continue to provide many services such as public realm CCTV, public conveniences, footpaths maintenance and management of all open spaces, including Hayle Recreation Ground and King George V Memorial Walk, the Open-Air Swimming Pool, Hayle Community Centre and Hayle Library. Additionally, the Town Council continues to work with and support a number of groups and organisations in the town annually, including Hayle Day Care Centre, Hayle in Bloom, Hayle Decorative Lights and it also contributes to the work of the Towans Ranger.  read more »

PA20/11368 | Erection of 85 residential dwellings with associated landscaping and infrastructure. | Land Off Viaduct Hill Viaduc

PA20/11368 | Erection of 85 residential dwellings with associated landscaping and infrastructure. | Land Off Viaduct Hill Viaduct Hill Hayle Cornwall TR27 5HT


Burrington Estates (Hayle) Ltd and Progress Land (Hayle 3) Ltd

 

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PA20/09715 | Outline planning permission all matters reserved: Development of up to 15 residential units | Wheal Alfred Road

PA20/09715 | Outline planning permission with all matters reserved: Development of up to 15 residential units, together with associated works | Land West Of Hayle Golf Range Wheal Alfred Road Hayle Cornwall TR27 5JT


Outline planning permission with all matters reserved: Development of up to 15 residential units, together with associated works

Ref. No: PA20/09715 | Status: Pending Consideration  read more »

210122 | G7 in Cornwall: joy and concern as Carbis Bay chosen to host summit

G7 in Cornwall: joy and concern as Carbis Bay chosen to host summit

Local people expect an economic boost but worry about potential mayhem in the small seaside resort  read more »

210117 | 17th January G7 2021 summit coming to Carbis Bay, Cornwall

17th January  read more »

210114 | Covid-19 outbreak confirmed at The Beeches Nursing Home in Hayle | The home remains closed to visitors

Covid-19 outbreak confirmed at The Beeches Nursing Home in Hayle

The home remains closed to visitors  read more »

210112 | Royal Navy blow up World War II mortar bomb found on beach in Cornwall; cordon set up overnight after device discovered

Royal Navy EOD claim device found on Hayle beach is a World War Two Spigot Mortar round (Image: Portreath HM Coastguard team)
 The scene where Devon and Cornwall Police Officers are preventing access to the beach (Image: Sam Beamish/Cornwall Live)

Royal Navy blow up World War Two mortar bomb found on beach in Cornwall

A cordon was set up overnight after the device was discovered  read more »

210111 | Mysterious Cornwall shipwrecks re-emerge for first time in decades

Experts are unsure which ship these remains are from (Picture: Cornwall Live/BPM Media)
Many locals cannot remember ever seeing the wrecks at Porth Kidney Sands near St Ives (Picture: Cornwall Live/BPM Media)
The French brigantine Providence or the German brigantine Albert Wilhelm are believed to be the most likely contenders (Picture: Cornwall Live/BPM Media)
The wooden structures do not reveal much about their origins (Picture: Cornwall Live/BPM Media)

Mysterious Cornwall shipwrecks re-emerge for first time in decades

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200109 | Amazon Wish List for Paradise Park: make a donation | Paradise Park hopes for winter support

9th January

Amazon Wish List for Paradise Park: make a donation

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200110 | George Eustice MP gives go-ahead for bee killing pesticide

George Eustice MP gives go-ahead for bee killing pesticide

10th January  read more »

210104 | Philps Bakery halts production after positive Covid test

4th January  read more »

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