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Looe Summer Run – 26 July

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Proposed Accommodation Registration Scheme Pilot in Cornwall

If you run any sort of tourism accommodation – any “head on a bed” from bed and breakfast, holiday cottage, annex, flat, hotel, yurt etc – then its really important you find out about the proposals for a pilot registration scheme in Cornwall.

SECTA – the South East Cornwall Tourism Association – is running a session on Zoom on the 13th July at 7pm to give details of the proposed pilot scheme.

Not a SECTA member? Then this session is aimed at you to show you what we do and what we are about as a tourism association. Membership of SECTA is free so come along to this meeting, ask any questions and find out more.

If you want to be included please email Kim at for link details.

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Covid-19 Update

With COVID cases on the rise, people in Cornwall are again being urged to do all they can to protect themselves and others from the virus.

Local data and the Office for National Statistics (ONS) survey show the number of positive cases is rising swiftly. Currently 2.7% of the population in Cornwall are thought to have the virus. It comes as thousands of people prepare to make the trip down to Cornwall for holidays and festivals.

Residents and visitors alike are being asked to make sure they and their families are fully vaccinated against COVID. Vaccines are still available for anyone from the age of five years and up who has not yet taken up the offer. If you’re eligible for a spring booster, please do try to book this month to ensure there is a six month gap between doses if you have an autumn booster.

People should also remember the basics to keep the virus at bay – wash or sanitise hands regularly, try to meet outdoors if possible, keep indoor spaces well ventilated, wear a mask if you can in busy indoor settings, and don’t mix with people if you’re feeling unwell.

See the Information about Coronavirus page on Cornwall Council’s website for support for residents, including living safely with COVID-19, testing and vaccinations, self-isolation, local COVID-19 data, mental health support, and more.

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Free Training

The People Hub is a project run by Cornwall Council that can offer fully funded training to upskill people in jobs and provide recognised qualifications.

They are currently offering a number of courses relevant to Tourism and Hospitality for people who live in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.

To join the Skills for Growth project , you only have to prove you live in Cornwall or the Isles of Scilly and that you are employed here; this includes being self-employed.

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Good Mental Health

Lots of local people benefitted from meeting reps from Pentreath at the Mariners Garden last week. Pentreath is an award-winning charity, based in Cornwall, which offers a range of services to support people experiencing or recovering from mental ill health.

You can self-refer if you think you’d benefit from their friendly 1-to-1 advice with coaching and support to achieve your goals, whatever they may be.

Contact details can be found on the attached image or visit their website at


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Kayak Storage Available

Looe Harbour Commissioners have kayak storage available at POLEAN (OPPOSITE JEWSONS), MILLPOOL, WEST LOOE

Please contact Looe Harbour Office for further information

Telephone: 01503 262839

Cornwall Citizen

Please see attached the latest copy of Cornwall Citizens, the community newsletter from Citizens Advice Cornwall, which includes top tips for beating the scammers, advice on paid maternity leave and the launch of a new fundraising initiative.

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Looe Community News

The latest Looe Community News has been published by Looe Development Trust – read and download the June/July edition at the following link:

Community News – Looe Town Council

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You do not have to put up with anti-social behaviour. The Police along with partner agencies, have a range of powers available to then for dealing with anti-social behaviour. It cannot be stressed enough how important it is that you report instances of anti-social behaviour.

Below are links to where this can be done online, but you can always just post a letter through Looe Police Station letterbox. Although the Police Station is not open to members of the public, Police staff are working from the building. All complaints are treated in the strictest confidence and are anonymous so you can report with confidence.



Report anti-social behaviour to Cornwall Council – or call 0300 1234 232

 Social Housing Tenants in Cornwall – A list can be found on the Safer Cornwall website –

CRIME STOPPERS – Independent charity that takes reports anonymously or 0800 555 111



Vandalism is a crime – If it is taking place and immediate action is required call 999.

Graffiti is a crime – If it is taking place and immediate action is required call 999.

Rough Sleepers – If you see someone sleeping rough, contact Streetlink via or call 0300 500 0914

Speeding – 

Littering/fly tipping – or call 0300 1234 100

Dog fouling – or call 0300 1234 100

Rubbish and needles – or call 0300 1234 141

Nuisance neighbours –

Intimidating groups taking over public spaces –

Inconsiderate parking – 


Report an untaxed vehicle –



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Minor Injury Units – change of hours

We have been advised that from 16 June, the opening hours of the minor injury units (MIUs) in Liskeard, Newquay, and St Austell will change to 8am to 8pm daily. This reduction to opening hours has been put in place to minimise the number of short-notice closures.

Care for minor injuries will continue to be available from Bodmin, and Camborne and Redruth hospitals until 10pm, or Stratton; West Cornwall; and Derriford Hospitals for 24-hours a day.

A number of pharmacies in major towns are open until 11pm on most days – check pharmacy opening times.

NHS 111 can also be contacted about minor injuries or if you are not sure what NHS service you need. Online, go to Get medical help – NHS 111 where you can use the symptom checker, or call NHS 111 before you travel to a unit. The service is free to call, and trained advisors will direct you to the best service or will summon emergency help if needed.

999 is always available for life and limb threatening emergencies, which require the assistance of a paramedic on the journey to hospital. This includes stroke, heart attacks and severe blood loss.