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Plowman Food Co Vacancy

Alex at the Plowman Food Company is looking for a part time kitchen assistant to help out during the summer holidays- immediate start. Please pop in the shop and see Alex for more info or call 422626.

In Pictures: Aggy Fest 2014

In Pictures: Aggy Fest 2014

Photos from the afternoon session of Aggy Fest 2014.

In Pictures: New War Memorial Dedicated

In Pictures: New War Memorial Dedicated

A new war memorial was unveiled on St Mary’s this morning. It’s the culmination of several years of work by the islands’ Royal British Legion Chairman, Smudge Smith, and will hopefully become a focal point for those members of the community who can no longer make the journey to the memorial in Old Town.

Harbour Weekend Update

Here’s the Harbour update this weekend. Scaffolding remains in place at the front of the Harbourside building. The scaffolding will now stay in place a week longer than anticipated. This will enable work that was due to be carried out later (by scaffold tower) to be completed sooner. The cedar cladding on the front of […]

Cornish Pirates Rugby Team Visits Scilly

Cornish Pirates Rugby Team Visits Scilly

Over 40 professional rugby union players from the Cornish Pirates visited Tresco on Wednesday, as part of a two-day tour of Scilly.

House Clearance Weds And Thurs

There’s a house clearance sale next Wednesday and Thursday as an islander is moving from her home into Park House. Daughter, Julie, says the sale, at 1 Hamewith, will be held from 2-6 on Wednesday and 11-6.30 on Thursday. Help is also needed on Friday August 1st taking items to the dump. Please call Robert, […]

Truro And Penwith College News July 2014

Truro And Penwith College News July 2014

100% pass rate for Truro and Penwith College International Baccalaureate The International Baccalaureate programme at Truro and Penwith College continues to deliver outcomes for students consistent with its Sunday Times top ten UK ranking for the IB. There is another 100% pass rate again this year and an average points score for students well above […]

Islanders And Visitors Give Their Views On Policing In Scilly

Islanders And Visitors Give Their Views On Policing In Scilly

Islanders and visitors have shared their views on Scilly’s policing priorities. They want less time spent on issues related to vehicles speeding and parking, and more police visibility. Child protection, preventing vandalism and dealing with drugs and domestic abuse are ranked highly, too. Sergeant Colin Taylor asked his Facebook and Twitter followers to rank 13 […]

Domestic Recycling Has To Wait For Moorwell Changes

Domestic Recycling Has To Wait For Moorwell Changes

The Chairman of the General Purposes Committee says recycling collections, trialled in Old Town over winter, can’t be rolled out to the rest of St Mary’s because there’s not enough room at Moorwell. Cllr Steve Sims says he hoped it could start in April, but says they now need more space and equipment, such as […]