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Cosgarne Pod Squad!

The average Briton takes around three thousand steps every day, travelling one and a half miles on foot. Overall, research suggests that throughout our lifetime, our feet will have taken us around the circumference of the earth five times! Despite this, the importance of our feet is often overlooked and

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Charity of the Year Award

Exciting news! We have been shortlisted as finalists in the South West Business and Community Awards!  The awards scheme, organised by Great British Expos, recognises the region’s most ambitious, inspirational and exciting businesses, charities and individuals. There were a record number of entries this year amounting to over 450 and

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National Lottery Funding for New Project

We are celebrating this Christmas after being awarded almost £10,000 in National Lottery funding to support our work with women escaping violence and abuse.  The funding will be used to provide bespoke training and support to these women, who also have experience of multiple disadvantage, to enable them to recover

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Christmas Community Action Day

Residents and staff took to the streets of St Austell on Monday dressed in our most festive attire and accompanied by the cheesiest Christmas music. In festive outfits and armed with buckets and sponges we took on the task of cleaning road signs in the local area. It was all

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Success at Volunteering Awards

ON THURSDAY 21 November Volunteer Cornwall held its annual awards ceremony to celebrate the efforts and achievements of people across the county involved in volunteering. Three of our volunteers were shortlisted for awards in the categories for Personal Development, Young Volunteer and Good Neighbour. They attended the awards ceremony at

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Residents Run 84 Miles for Children with Cancer

LAST week a team of our dedicated residents travelled the length of Cornwall on equipment at Snap Fitness St Austell to raise money for children with cancer. They completed 84 miles – over three marathons – on the equipment which is the distance from the Tamar Bridge to Land’s End.

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The Hidden Heroes Supporting Our Work

MOTHER and son Val and Chris Farhall run neighbouring Bed and Breakfast facilities in Newquay. The thirteen rooms that they manage between them are unique in that the guests that they host are all people who are in recovery from homelessness and who often have complex needs and unsettled lifestyles.

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Harbour Housing: the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals

The United Nations (UN) set out 17 Sustainable Development Goals which were adopted by all UN Member States in 2015, including the UK. These goals are intended as rallying points and tangible goals to help us to improve our world for all who share it, from an environmental, social and

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