Boscawen Street Still Thriving

August 4, 2017 - No comments

I was once asked to visit a widow who was anxious about a letter from the Dept. of Revs & Bens (DRAB!) about her Council Tax. She was determined to take possession of her life after the death of her husband. She said to me over our best-china-cup-of-tea: “I want to understand what it says, […]

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By Bert Biscoe They say, in the gloomier, more prosaic corridors that we are never more than six [...]

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For five long years Truro City Council and Kenwyn Parish councillors have worked hard to provide [...]

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Boscawen Street Still Thriving

August 4, 2017 - Add Comment

I was once asked to visit a widow who was anxious about a letter from the Dept. of Revs & Bens [...]

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