Park Holidays UK expands into Cornwall

Three popular Cornwall holiday parks have been acquired by national operator Park Holidays UK.

Games studio debuts on Switch

An indie games studio from Falmouth University’s Launchpad is releasing its first game on the Nintendo Switch.

Origin has taste for circular economy

The reopening of a café – a year after closing due to lockdown – could mark a milestone in Cornwall's drive towards a 'circular economy' with little or no waste.

Back on the water for all

Disabled people are being given the opportunity once again to experience the exhilaration of powerboating, as restrictions ease from April 12.

New social enterprise grant launches

Cornwall Community Foundation (CCF) is launching a new fund to support social enterprises in Cornwall.

Mish joins Drapers judging panel

A Cornish retailer has been asked to be a judge at this year’s Drapers Fashion Awards.

SW wants to cut carbon, but it’s a struggle

Carbon emissions in the south west dropped by 14% during the pandemic compared to the year before, according to analysis compiled by Lloyds Banking Group in partnership with the Carbon Trust.

Doors set to open on attractions

Many of Cornwall’s top outdoor tourist attractions will be reopening to visitors from Monday, offering the county’s residents the chance to visit much-loved places and experience the beauty of Cornwall after the winter lockdown.

Newquay putting best foot forward

Newquay Business Improvement District (BID) has re-instated the town’s footfall monitoring counter on Bank Street and is working on installing a new second device on Cliff Road over the next few weeks.

Webinar: Make your business better

The Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Skills Hub is hosting a free webinar next week explaining how an apprenticeship can make your business better.