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Missing your library?

You can still keep up to date with the latest news by using our online press reader service, where you can access daily newspapers free of charge and read them on your digital devices: https://bit.ly/PressReaderService There's something for everyone with access a whole variety of the latest magazines too. Although the libraries have now had to close, Cornwall Library Members can still access online eBooks, Audiobooks, newspapers and magazines, comics and eGraphic novels. More titles are also being added to Borrowbox https://www.cornwall.gov.uk/leisure-and-culture/libraries/your-library-online/

Message from Loe Beach

The following message has been received from Loe Beach Guys we know it's tempting to come down to the beach, but please remember it is CLOSED, so please stay at home! This means everyone-just like the government messages. Once we have got through this difficult time, the beach can be enjoyed again. Remember that even though you are feeling a little bored, cooped up, stir crazy, there are people who are working to exhaustion and risking their lives and health. Please do not ignore their sacrifice. Thank you

Get coronavirus support as an extremely vulnerable person

Register if you have a medical condition that makes you extremely vulnerable to coronavirus. For example, you’ll be able to ask for help getting deliveries of essential supplies like food. If you’re not sure whether your medical condition makes you extremely vulnerable, register anyway. You can register yourself, or on behalf of someone else. https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus-extremely-vulnerable

Forest for Cornwall - tell Cornwall Council if you plant a tree!

Any tree, planted anywhere in Cornwall, by anyone from January 2019 can help contribute to the Forest for Cornwall - as long as it is over and above anything that was there before. Please complete Cornwall Council's online contact form to let us know about any trees being planted which you are happy to be counted towards the Forest for Cornwall. Please let us know if the trees were provided by the Woodland Trust so we can check if they have already been counted.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) update

Coronavirus (COVID-19) update - we have received the below update from Councillor Sally Hawken, Portfolio Holder for Children, Wellbeing and Public Health at Cornwall Council. With lots of news going around about the Coronavirus (COVID-19), I want to update you on Cornwall Council’s preparations and involvement on this issue. Daily updates Our officers are working closely with our partners in health and linking into daily national updates from Public Health England, so they are fully informed of what is happening and the appropriate level of involvement and preparation needed. Should the situation change in Cornwall, we will provide timely updates to town and parish councils. Advice for the

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