Originally posted on PedrOkoro:
1 Corinthians 15:3-4 (NLT) I passed on to you what was most important and what had also been passed on to me. Christ died for our sins, just as the Scriptures said. He was buried, and he was raised from the dead on the third day, just as the Scriptures said.
We are currently raising funds to erect our first polytunnel. It is exciting to think that now GUCU is up and running we can start to grow our own salad crops. In order to do this we will need a polytunnel.
We should shortly be starting work on getting the ground ready and preparing the site. We have one 12 year old volunteer who will be helping us.
I also wanted however to link to Greenhouses UK. Richard Sutton is the owner of the business and has been helpful in advising us on our first purchase and also in giving us a generous discount.
With 20+ years’ experience of greenhouses and being true horticulture enthusiasts, Richard know’s how important it is to choose carefully when buying a greenhouse. We hope to continue this relationship on to purchase a greenhouse with them.
Richard has already ground us in our first purchase and helping us to plan future purchases. We are looking forward to continuing the relationship over the years to come and would heartedly recommend his company to you.
White River Cinema in St Austell is now the UK’s Independent Cinema of the Year following an awards ceremony in London.
St Austell’s new cinema beat competition from across the country to win the RAAM award.
The RAMM awards recognize excellence in the UK and Irish cinema and film distribution industry.
Well done White River!
Crime may rise if funding is cut for youth offending prevention projects in England and Wales, MPs have warned.
The House of Commons’ Public Accounts Committee said the cost of any reduction in funds was likely to outweigh any short-term savings.
It also warned the government’s decision to axe the Youth Justice Board – the body which administers youth justice – could be counter-productive.
A mural to promote responsible behaviour among young people in Newquay has been painted over.
Burger King said the mural on its wall “had to be repainted” after a request from the landlord of the building.
The organisation behind the mural, My A’th Kar Newquay, which means “I Love You Newquay” in Cornish, said young people behind the mural were “reeling” from the incident.
An online poem written by Facebook users has been published as part of a campaign to highlight teenage domestic abuse.
The Is This Love? campaign was launched by Devon and Cornwall Police.
The poem was created over 10 days, with a line added each day following suggestions from visitors to the campaign’s Facebook page.
A mother has been given an official police caution for leaving her 14-year-old son in charge of his three-year-old brother. So at what age can children be left at home alone without parental supervision?
It’s a story that would sound alarm bells for many mothers and fathers.
Any parent who sometimes nips out to the shops, leaving their children to look after each other, will take note.
Run for your lives…. Look at the tide height on Sunday evening. If anyone is in Cornwall on that day, climb Brown Willy it will be the safest place to be.
For more information visit Fowey Harbour.