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Pirate FM Cornwall News Update - 29th September 2015

Published at 9:47am 29th September 2015.


Up to a billion pounds is due to be invested in our economy in the next five years - as the new Penzance to Paddington ‘Sleeper’ train is being unveiled in Cornwall.

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