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Police To Monitor Buzza Hill Following Complaints

Police To Monitor Buzza Hill Following Complaints

The police on St Mary’s say they’ll keep an eye on Buzza Hill after they received calls from the public following a late night gathering on Thursday. Around half a dozen adult seasonal workers tried to make the most of a mild evening with a midnight guitar and singing session in the quarry PC Mark Blyth […]

New Pubwatch Chair Wants Bans Only For Serious Offences

New Pubwatch Chair Wants Bans Only For Serious Offences

The new Chair of Scilly’s Pubwatch, James Francis, has outlined his views on how the licensee body should operate for the next year. James says Scilly is special and he’d prefer that national pubwatch guidelines are interpreted with local need in mind. He believes that the body needs to recognise that we don’t have significant […]

Police Station Solar Panels Can Probably Stay

Police Station Solar Panels Can Probably Stay

Solar panels that have been put on the roof of St Mary’s police station without planning permission were described as “unsighthly”, “diabolical” and “disgusting” by different councillors last night. But despite the applicants not following the rules by submitting their planning application, it looks like they’ll be allowed to keep them on condition they move […]

Scam Warning Over Inheritance Letters

Scam Warning Over Inheritance Letters

Islanders are being warned about a new letter scam which is being sent to residents. Daniel Lawson, Manager of the Bell Rock Hotel, received a letter claiming he had been left a sizable legacy by a distant relative called ‘Henry’ Lawson who died in China. Daniel didn’t fall for the scam but said the letter […]

Police Step Up Industrial Estate Patrols

Police Step Up Industrial Estate Patrols

St Mary’s police  they will make extra weekend patrols of the industrial estate after they uncovered a secret unauthorised party underway. The party was discovered when the ambulance was called to Porthmellon on Sunday evening after a teenage girl sustained an injury to her leg. When the crew arrived they, they saw the door of […]

No Planning Permission for Police Station Refurbishment

No Planning Permission for Police Station Refurbishment

Solar Panels placed on the roof of St Mary’s police station may have to be removed as they were installed without planning permission. The major building works have forced the suspension of public access to the front desk of the police station but Radio Scilly can reveal the development started without an application. In a […]