Anna Pascoe

Liberal Democrat Campaigner - Camborne, Redruth and Hayle Constituency Learn more

Shop of the Week

by Anna Pascoe on 22 February, 2014

The high street shop I’d like to promote this week is Cards For All Occasions, Trelowarren Street. Next door to the old New Connexions church, and previously home to the JAG mobile phone shop, this business has been trading for a couple of years now, selling quality cards and giftware. In particular their Cornish gifts […]

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Road quality in South Tehidy

by Anna Pascoe on 18 February, 2014

I have been receiving complaints about the road surface in the South Tehidy area since my time as a candidate for this ward in 2011. Driving through the area most days, I have been disappointed to see the surface continue to degenerate, with no apparent action taken by either of the two Cornwall Councillors who […]

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If your business is part of Camborne’s Business Improvement District, you may find the following seminar useful. BID Camborne’s latest newsletter details: “In partnership with Cornwall College, BID Camborne is putting on a drop in event at the Lowenac Hotel for you to come along and discuss what training requirements you have. The event is […]

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Business of the Week

by Anna Pascoe on 10 February, 2014

This week’s showcase local business is the Vfit Centre in Trenawin Lane, Connor. I have attended classes here for a while now and it’s a very female and family friendly environment, where people of every size, shape and ability are welcomed and helped to achieve their short, medium and long term goals. As well as […]

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Save Redruth Cinema

by Anna Pascoe on 7 February, 2014

Locals will have seen from the West Briton and heard on the grapevine that a huge leisure complex is planned for the Pool area. I still remember Camborne Cinema closing, re-opening as a Laser Tag for a while, and then after a while of being desolate, being turned into flats. The Regal in Redruth is […]

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Keep it on the High Street

by Anna Pascoe on 20 October, 2013

I was delighted to read recently in Business Cornwall magazine that Camborne Chamber of Commerce has reported promising trading figures for the town shops. In total, 77.5% of businesses answered their survey saying that their trade had remained constant or increased above last years levels. This is great to hear and needs those who live […]

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Camborne, Redruth and Hayle Lib Dem Summer Socials

by Anna Pascoe on 11 June, 2013

Well, it took long enough, but it looks like some semblance of a summer is finally here! This means its time for the local Lib Dems series of summer socials. Camborne, Redruth and Hayle summer socials are usually an informal event, taking place over a couple of hours of an evening or weekend . These […]

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Camborne Town Looks Forward to Trevithick Day

by Anna Pascoe on 23 April, 2013

I was taken to my first Trevithick Day in a pushchair by my mother and father. Years later, I have yet to miss Camborne’s festival day and am looking forward to the 30th annual event, taking place this Saturday, April 27th. Raising civic pride and bringing the community together are two of the Trevithick Day […]

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I often joke, that if I don’t get elected during the next cycle of elections, then I’ll turn my efforts to trying to win in Rio 2016 instead! Who can forget those long summer days last year, when we were all glued to the television screens cheering on Team GB and seeing that fantastic medal […]

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Camborne Town Council – New Website Coming Soon

by Anna Pascoe on 18 February, 2013

It is my great pleasure to announce that Camborne Town Council will soon be launching a brand new website. I am the Chair of the Website Redevelopment Task and Finish Group, and our main aim is to create a new site that is really user-friendly and engaging for local people. We are currently discussing the […]

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