4th August 2016
The talented kids at St Breock Primary produced this video for Rio 2106 Olympic Games
Posted by Tina at 1:22pm
3rd August 2016
News report indicate that a truck driver in Nanpean sighted a big cat on July 14th, and the police confirmed finding paw prints
After Trucker Brian Goldsworthy revealed the grisly discovery of a decapitated baby deer at a quarry yesterday - Tina gets sent searching for evidence!
After lots of chasing her tail - with some very serious believers and also some sceptics, who should Tina meet - Trucker Bri - know as Brian the Lion!
Make up your own mind!
Posted by Tina at 2:03pm
22nd July 2016
Spending time in Cornwall, Neil and Tina catch up with real-life and TV hard man Ollie Ollerton from Channel 4's SAS: Who Dares Wins.
He chats about the TV show, what's coming next, and reckons Tina should give his Break-Point course a go!
Would you do it?
We're looking forward to the next series this winter and are already hooked, apparently with tissues at the ready!
Posted by Tina at 12:53pm
22nd July 2016
Neil and Tina caught up with Josh Curnow, who is keen to say thank you to the Duchy for supporting him before and after Britain's Got Talent 2016.
If you missed him chatting to Neil and Tina you can listen again:
And dates where you can see Josh performing live through the next month are as follows:
TONIGHT Friday 22nd July- Scouting for Girls @the Wateringhole, Perranporth from 8pm (Josh is main support act) - tickets available from thewateringhole.co.uk
Sunday 24th July- The Port Gaverne Hotel 3-5pm
Thursday 28th July- Caerhays Beach Cafe from 7:30pm
Friday 29th July- The Tuckingmill Hotel, Cambourne 9:30pm
Saturday 30th July- Polzeath Beer Festival @The Point 3pm
Sunday 31st July- Leopallooza Festival, Bude- 1:45pm tickets from leopallooza.com
Wednesday 3rd August- Wooda Farm Holiday Park, Bude 8pm
Saturday 6th August- The Swan, Wadebridge 9:30pm
Sunday 7th August- Creation Fest, Wadebridge Show Ground 8:30pm free entry
Wednesday 10th August- Sea View International, nr Caerhays 7:30pm
Wednesday 17th August- Wooda Farm Holiday Park, Bude 8:00pm
Friday 19th August- Fowey Royal Regatta, Fowey Town Quay 9pm
Saturday 20th August- The Red Lion, St Columb 9:30pm
Sunday 21st August-The Port Gaverne Hotel 3-5pm
Wednesday 24th August- Wood Farm Holiday Park, Bude 8:00pm
Sunday 28th August- Polgooth Inn, Polgooth 3-5pm
An evening at Restaurant Chapter 1, Newquay. This is an exclusive, intimate evening with where you will receive a welcome drink, an exquisite six course tasting menu put together by top chef Tom Mackins and entertainment throughout from Josh Curnow.
(Limited number of tickets available - £50 per person, 50% deposit to be paid when booking. To book please call the restaurant on 01637 499263)
All details can be found on the event page "An Evening With Josh Curnow @ Chapter 1
Posted by Tina at 12:16pm
21st July 2016
What advice you can give your kids ...
Talk through possible scenarios such as :
- A nice-looking stranger approaches your child in the park and asks for help finding the stranger's lost dog.
- A woman who lives in your neighborhood but that the child has never spoken to invites your child into her house for a snack.
- A stranger asks if your child wants a ride home from school.
- Your child thinks he or she is being followed.
- An adult your child knows says or does something that makes him or her feel bad or uncomfortable.
- While your child is walking home from a friend’s house, a car pulls over and a stranger asks for directions.
What can parents do:
- Know where your children are at all times. Make it a rule that your children must ask permission or check in with you before going anywhere. Give your children your work and cell phone numbers so they can reach you at all times.
- Point out safe places. Show your children safe places to play, safe roads and paths to take, and safe places to go if there’s trouble.
- Teach children to trust their instincts. Explain that if they ever feel scared or uncomfortable, they should get away as fast as they can and tell an adult. Tell them that sometimes adults they know may make them feel uncomfortable, and they should still get away as fast as possible and tell another adult what happened. Reassure children that you will help them when they need it.
- Teach your children to be assertive. Make sure they know that it’s okay to say no to an adult and to run away from adults in dangerous situations.
- Encourage your children to play with others. There’s safety in numbers!
Find more information on the following weblinks:
Posted by Tina at 6:58am