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In Pictures: Christmas In Scilly 2014

In Pictures: Christmas In Scilly 2014

Photos from the switching on of the Christmas Tree lights and the Walking Nativity.

Job Vacancy : Temporary 1:1 Teaching Assistant

Temporary 1:1 Teaching Assistant The Five Islands School has been in touch with Radio Scilly with details of a vacancy for someone to work across two Early Years Foundation Stage settings to work with a pupil with additional needs both at the Carn Gwaval Base, St Mary’s and Crafty Kids on St Mary’s. The position […]

Keys Found

Have you lost a set of 4 keys? 3 Yale keys and 1 regular one have been found. They are on a fob featuring a shoe. They are at Bourdeaux shop awaiting collection.

Lunch-time Supervisor Vacancy At School

The School has been in touch with Radio Scilly with a vacancy for someone to join their Lunch-time Supervisor team to work with pupils with additional needs at the Carn Gwaval Base, St Mary’s. The position is to commence as soon as possible. This is a term-time position. The post holder will work under the […]

Bob Dawson With His St Agnes Diary – 19th December 2014

Bob Dawson With His St Agnes Diary – 19th December 2014

Bob talks to Isla Hicks (and dad Sam) at the three piglets at Troytown Farm. Hear Bob at 10.30am on Fridays on Radio Scilly.    

The Tourism Show 19th December 2014

The Tourism Show 19th December 2014

We’re going to have a new Town Centre Christmas Tree and there’ll be snow on Tuesday for the Christmas Shopping Festival.    

Sergeant Colin Taylor On The Global Police ‘Tweet-a-Thon’

Sergeant Colin Taylor On The Global Police ‘Tweet-a-Thon’

Scilly’s Police Sergeant is sending tweets to people all over the world today.Colin Taylor is taking part in the Global Police Tweet-a-thon which aims to connect officers and help build relationships between police and the people they serve.    

Scilly’s Sergeant Taking Part In Global Police ‘Tweet-A-Thon’

Scilly’s Sergeant Taking Part In Global Police ‘Tweet-A-Thon’

Scilly’s Police Sergeant is sending tweets to people all over the world today. Sgt Colin Taylor is taking part in the Global Police Tweet-a-Thon, which aims to connect officers and build relationships between the police and the people they serve. Colin says it’s useful as police officers can make contacts with their counterparts all over […]

Scilly’s Fishermen Reject Introduction Of New Gear Limit Byelaw

Scilly’s Fishermen Reject Introduction Of New Gear Limit Byelaw

Scilly’s commercial fishermen have rejected a proposed new byelaw that they themselves suggested. IFCA Officer Steve Watt says the decision was taken at last week’s Fishermen’s Association meeting to put the plans on the “back burner.” Commercial operators had wanted to limit the number of pots that hobbyists could use to around six. But Steve […]