Monique Collins awarded Cross of St Piran for work at DISC

Monique Collins wept when she was told of being nominated for the Cross of St Piran, “It’s such an honour but it isn’t for me, this is given to all […]

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Room at the inn – in a former parsonage

This Christmas a former parsonage in the Diocese of Truro will have a new lease of life – as  home to six people who are clients of homelessness charity St […]

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Bishop Philip thanks our helicopter search and rescue team

Bishop Philip has expressed his gratitude for the hugely skilled, professional and courageous work of the helicopter search and rescue teams, on a visit to their Newquay base. Bishop Philip […]

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Walking the Day of Prayer in Newquay

Often my job in communications for Truro Diocese takes me to places in Cornwall that I haven’t visited, to meet people who ordinarily I wouldn’t have the privilege of meeting, […]

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Cosgarne Hall decides not to proceed with plan for home in Eliot Gardens, Newquay

Due to concerns for the safety and welfare of vulnerable residents, staff and local residents, it has been decided not to proceed with the plan for move-on accommodation for homeless […]

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Oversight Ministry: What we have learnt

  A recent national conference on Oversight Ministry complemented ongoing research by a small group from the Diocese of Truro. Dr Jonathan Rowe, Director of Ministry, was asked what we […]

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First Christmas Tree Festival lights up St Michael’s Church in Newquay

St Michael’s Church, Newquay is celebrating the festive season with a Christmas Tree Festival for the first time this year. A joint project between the Mayor of Newquay, the town […]

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Ensuring that children and young people as well as adults are kept safe whilst in our care in an integral part of our diocese life.