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Peninsula Voices

Peninsula Voice was first published in 1982 and for many years provided a platform for views and opinions that did not appeal to the local papers. Peninsula Voices is its successor on the World Wide Web and the people behind it have tried to make it a very flexible site so that it can be developed over time and in response to your thoughts and suggestions. The more feedback you give them, the more they can make it a site that suits everybody.

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Trencrom Dowsers

Trencrom Dowsers was formed in late 2011. It aims to have a good mix of talks/presentations/discussions on dowsing and closely related subjects, as well as visits to interesting sites for practical dowsing experience. New members are welcome and can attend two meetings before formally joining the group. New members at a novice level are required to commit to attending a British Society of Dowsers’ beginners’ course.

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01736 786 506

Greenpeace Cornwall

Greenpeace defends the natural world and promotes peace by investigating, exposing and confronting environmental abuse, and championing environmentally responsible solutions. Greenpeace Cornwall mounts public campaigns and varies them around Cornwall to give everyone a chance. Contact them via the national website.

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West Cornwall Friends of the Earth

Friends of the Earth stands for three ideas:
There is a tomorrow and we need to use the planet like there is a tomorrow. This means living within the limits of the natural world.
Everyone gets a fair share. Everyone, everywhere, now and tomorrow, deserves to have a good life.
We need to change the rules so that the economy works for people and the environment, not pit one against the other.

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01736 366 876

Penzance Seafront Forum

Important decisions are being made about the harbour and seafront of Penzance. Many people feel that it is the sea that gives Penzance its identity yet the seafront and harbour have been neglected, despite being the key to the economic, cultural and social well being of the town. The Penzance Seafront Forum is a new initiative to enable the community to work together on a future vision for the seafront and harbour.

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