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Last look at our Police Station

November 7, 2014 - No comments

The Police Station is (now was) an important part of Truro’s architectural heritage and, as such. deserved to be remembered properly. The Civic Society therefore commissioned photographer, John Jacobs, to record it for posterity (even as the bulldozers were ticking over outside) Click on the image to the right and you will be taken to the gallery. […]

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Proposed new developments

October 4, 2014 - Add Comment

Truro Football Club Mrs Carlyon and I visited the exhibition of the proposals which will form a [...]

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We come to the end of yet another turbulent, discomforting year when loss and disappointment [...]

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Just to add to the forthcoming developments at Union Corner, Tolgullow, Langarth, Willow Green, [...]

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Last look at our Police Station

November 7, 2014 - Add Comment

The Police Station is (now was) an important part of Truro’s architectural heritage and, as [...]

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History of the Civic Society (part 1)

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‘There is no surer way of determining that a town will survive unspoiled than the corporate [...]

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Another hillside under threat

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Just to add to the forthcoming developments at Union Corner, Tolgullow, Langarth, Willow Green, [...]

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Proposed new developments

October 4, 2014 - Add Comment

Truro Football Club Mrs Carlyon and I visited the exhibition of the proposals which will form a [...]

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