TALENTED young musician Josie Whale, of Launceston, has been invited to take part in the National Youth Brass Band of Great Britain Easter course again this year. Josie, aged 15, a student of St Joseph¹s School, Launceston, is attending the course at Taunton School from Sunday, April 13 to Sunday, April 20. This will be … Continue reading
Nick Clegg, Deputy Prime Minister, visited Launceston as part of a tour to big up the thousands he has granted for the Cornish Language (you know, that one nobody speaks). I was allowed five minutes to question him about things, which he tactfully edged around and didn’t answer; just like a real politician. Other than … Continue reading
While working at the Cornish and Devon Post I was able to subedit work done by work experience kids. I set one, Ruth Musson, a creative writing task for a feature on a local man who is publishing director at Son Christian Media Ltd, which publishes magazines Sorted and Liberti. She did well, although it … Continue reading
WANT to brawl in beautiful anime style with characters from every fighting demographic one could dream of? Of course you do… Nexon Europe is pleased to announce the opening of the new official Lost Saga website (lostsaga.nexoneu.com), ahead of the game’s Open Beta Test, which starts at the end of April.
The Pokemon Company International is offering a free Easter gift of Magmar on Pokemon X and Electabuzz for Pokemon Y from April 4 for a limited time — and all you need to do to get them is visit your local Game store! The redeemable codes for the characters will be printed on cash … Continue reading
I was invited along to this year’s Lumia Live session with Ella Eyre last night (details below). It was good fun, the intimate concerts take place in random venues; there is little cooler than antique fairground rides. Dingles, Lifton, did not disappoint, and nor did Ella herself. She was a charming young thing with loads … Continue reading