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Kernow Punks – Capturing the Cornish Punk Scene

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Alan Wall shares his fond memories of his beloved Lambretta scoother, keeping MOD culture alive. By Elle Riley 


BUGS, St.Austell, was one of the first rifle clubs inaugurated for the blind and visually impaired.


Sally Scourfield has battled three different types of Cancer – Bowel Cancer, Endometrial Cancer and Non-Hodgekins Lymphoma.


After the tin mining industry started to decline in the 1970’s, Cornwall lost one of its main industries, leaving many of its workers without jobs with families to support. The remains of the industry still stands along the landscape of Cornwall, a reminder of the past heritage of the county. However there is one independent …


Lanherne Carmelite Convent is the oldest of its kind in England. Set in a beautiful valley between the town of St. Columb and the sea lies the Teresian Carmelite Convent.


After the recent warm weather we’ve had, I was surprised to arrive at a coffee shop with Sam Prentice (better known as brooding dark pop sensation CYMK) dressed in an oversized black top with a black hat.


Jim Taylor points his lens to the often forgotten world of the ‘Cornish Punks’.