Cornish hospitality recognised in national Church award

‘Cornwall Hugs’ founder, Esmé Page, has been honoured with one of this year’s Lambeth Awards given by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby. The Langton Award for Community service recognises […]

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Songs for Earth – the movie!

A film has now been published celebrating the Songs for Earth environmental service that saw more than a hundred Cornish primary school children join with members of the WI, the […]

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Make your Christmas count for others: Cornish Christmas Giving Catalogue 2019 published

The Cornish Christmas Giving Catalogue 2019 has been published by Cornwall Independent Poverty Forum. The catalogue gives a mechanism for us all to be able to give to one of […]

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Archdeacon of Cornwall Installation Service

The Ven Paul Bryer will be installed as the Archdeacon of Cornwall on Sunday, September 1 during a service at Truro Cathedral. All are welcome to attend.

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Leaving fear behind between Grenfell and Cornwall

It’s hard to know where God is when something as terrible as the Grenfell Tower fire ripped through the lives of the residents, neighbours and fire-fighters, leaving a heart-breaking trail […]

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St Piran’s example is one we can all follow

Bishop Philip has exhorted people to follow the lead of St Piran, by both welcoming others in and by venturing forth to serve their local communities. Speaking at the Redruth […]

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Making Cornwall a place of sanctuary ‘would make life better for us all’

Making Cornwall a place of sanctuary for others will have the knock-on effect of making the county a better, safer and more supportive place for all of us to live, […]

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Child sex abuse inquiry’s Truth Project comes to Cornwall

People in Cornwall who are survivors of childhood sexual abuse are being given the opportunity to contribute to the ongoing national inquiry chaired by Professor Alexis Jay. The Truth Project […]

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Even Dr Who features in new website for our wondrous Cornish Churches

From St Nonna in Altarnum to St Breaca in Breage and lots in between, the National Churches Trust website tells the stories of our churches from forgotten chapels in farmyards to […]

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Free, week-long Christian festival of music and more is open to all

Summertime in Cornwall can only mean one thing – festival season! But if the price of a ticket for the average music festival is enough to make you break out […]

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