Kenwyn, Truro
(178 crimes in May 2022)
Newquay
(178 crimes in May 2022)
Brea
(174 crimes in May 2022)
Chyandour, Penzance
(145 crimes in May 2022)
Heamoor
(143 crimes in May 2022)
Beacon, Knave-Go-By
(143 crimes in May 2022)
Bodmin
(134 crimes in May 2022)
Falmouth
(133 crimes in May 2022)
Trythogga, Penzance
(131 crimes in Apr 2022)
Camborne
(130 crimes in May 2022)

Saltash: behind the smoke and mirrors lies a cruel, jealous, vindictive town

Living in or moving to Saltash, Cornwall

Saltash, on the face of it appears to be a middle class, family orientated town which welcomes visitors with open arms… But, behind the smoke lies a cruel, jealous, vindictive town, that can strip the few decent residents bare in seconds, should they ever show any level of decency in public. The shop owners reflect […]

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Heamoor, Cornwall, unknowingly venturing into the lion’s den

Living in Heamoor

Imagine it. You’ve just finished an epic, 300 mile bike ride. You’ve raised £2500 for Cancer Research; you’re ecstatic, you’re feel infinitely happy. Then, it all goes wrong. Heading to the final campsite, you turn left rather than right at the roundabout. That’s what happened to us: four teenagers on bikes unknowingly venturing into the […]

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Redruth

Well, you could say that Redruth is a small mining town in the heart of Cornwall, set around a red river and beaches. But step afoot in the town centre and you will be hit with an influx of 6 toed buck tooth Irish *******, who won’t just take you for everything you have, they’ll […]

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Torpoint

There used to be a link on here about Torpoint, but I can no longer find it. I have also noted that on many of the entries, the authors have tried to fit in as many words over 6 lettters long that they can. I don’t know if this is an attempt to prove that […]

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Penzance (Pen Sans)

I’m not a big one on violence but I witnessed one of the funniest **** retributions at the weekend. Saturday morning, Penzance main street, people doing their Christmas shopping, stopping and chatting on corners; all very nice and civil. I was chatting to a mate when I heard this engine revving (well, more of an […]

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