The Federation of Old Cornwall Societies’ Holyer an Gof cup for non-fiction has been awarded to A Flora of Cornwall by Dr. Colin French. This lavishly illustrated book represents the culmination of two decades of surveying every kilometre square of Cornwall (3942 squares) by a small group of dedicated volunteers,Continue Reading

Sugar: here's why some people experience negative side effects when they quit

Sugar is added to many different foods. ilona.shorokhova/ Shutterstock It might surprise you to learn that sugar consumption has actually been steadily decreasing since 2008. This could be happening for any number of reasons, including a shift in tastes and lifestyles, with the popularity of low-carbohydrate diets, like keto, increasingContinue Reading

JAKE PAUL returns to the ring this week against yet another former UFC star in Tyron Woodley. The Problem Child’s fourth professional outing will see him lock horns with former UFC welterweight champion. 3 Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley will take in Paul’s hometownCredit: Reuters The blue touch paper forContinue Reading

How older people are mastering technology to stay connected after lockdown

Tomertu/Shutterstock It’s a well-worn stereotype: the image of an elderly person fiddling with technology that leaves them completely bamboozled. The media often depict older people struggling to use or manage digital technology. While this is often designed to be humorous, it can undermine them as users of technology. And that’sContinue Reading

The Lions Club of Plymouth have been active members of the regular Soup – runs for the homeless of Plymouth over a good number of years. The club has been supported by regular helpers who prepare the soup, sandwiches, baps and food parcels at Emmanuel Church Hall in Mannamead andContinue Reading

Latin Lover, so unlucky earlier this week, over six furlongs of fast ground Catterick, is strongly-fancied to go one better in another compelling, fiercely-competitive nursery at ‘good to firm’ Sandown today, under the same jockey, George Wood. Harry Eustace’s charge, a strapping Starspangledbanner colt, finished strongly at the North YorkshireContinue Reading