Issue 557 - 02/05/2012
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Newquay did not come away unscathed from the strong winds, heavy rain and high seas that battered the region on Sunday.
THE 2nd Newquay Rainbows held a ‘Teddy Bears Picnic’ last Wednesday which was
accompanied by crafts and games.The children, aged between five and seven, were asked to bring a friend as the club is appealing for new members to get involved with their activities.For more information about how to get involved, contact leader Gillian Greenwood on 01726 890132. Pictures & words Aimee Dabrowski...
NEWQUAY’S streets have been given a makeover as a range of colourful banners have been installed in the town centre. The banners have been erected by Newquay’s Business Improvement District (BID) to brighten up the high street. The new features in East Street are part of the Newquay BID project to enhance the street environment, giving a better visual high street experience for visitors, residents and local businesses....
A loveable cat currently living at the RSPCA centre near St Columb Major is looking for a new home.
Cafe Church is a new service that sees an informal church
session combined with a cafe setting in the church hall.
Newquay RNLI Ladies brightened up a rainy Sunday by serving up a tasty treat to raise funds.
St Newlyn East Feast Day, which took place on Saturday 28 April 2012
The Lions Club of Newquay has thanked the staff and management of Morrisons store for allowing the club to fundraise on Saturday, alongside Newquay Youth Football Club....
Marty and Nella Burt celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary, and enjoyed a barbecue at their sonís house to mark the special occasion.
A Cycling conference wheeled its way to Newquay on Friday, where Cycleability were presented with a brand new bike.