Food and Drink Festival moved to September

The St Ives Food and Drink Festival, due to take place in May, has been re-scheduled to 17th-19th September. The organisers say the decision has been made because of concerns around covid-19. “We continue to stay abreast of government guidelines and have found that...

G7: The opportunity to create a lasting legacy, says MP

In a message to constituents, St Ives MP Derek Thomas has welcomed the decision to bring the G7 summit to Carbis Bay. He said: “Prime ministers and presidents from the world’s leading democracies will enjoy the warmest of Cornish welcomes when they meet at Carbis Bay...

St Ives Bay Line art competition launched

The Devon and Cornwall Rail Partnership and Great Western Railway are offering an opportunity for artists to get involved with a public art commission along the St Ives Bay Line. Carbis Bay station, on the St Ives Bay Line The challenge is to design ‘direction of...

Library services continue during lockdown

St Ives Library is continuing to offer services to users during lockdown, including a six-day-a-week click and collect service. Books can be ordered online — then go to the library to collect them from the lobby or entrance. You can also return items as well. There is...

G7 2021: Leaders should ‘walk barefoot on beaches’

Every world leader should take time to take off their shoes and walk on our beaches when they come to the G7. That’s the opinion of Sir Tim Smit, founder of the Eden Project, interviewed on BB Radio 4’s PM programme. He said: “You’ve got more wrecks than you can find...

Carbis Bay to host G7 Summit in June

Prime ministers and presidents from the world’s leading democracies will come together in Carbis Bay in June when the UK hosts the G7 Summit. Carbis Bay beach, on Saturday morning, 16th January 2021 The G7 comprises the UK, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the...