Hall for Cornwall closes until 2020 for major refurbishment

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3rd June 2018 By Graham Smith The Hall for Cornwall closed last night (Saturday) for a two-year £20 million refurbishment project. Chris Pomfret, chair of the building’s trustees, said that…


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  1. I am commenting on the Doomsday Scenario article as this facility does not appear to be available directly beneath said article. It reminds me of when I was young and lived in Eastbourne, Sussex, and we were taught that if an atom bomb was to be dropped on London then we were to head to the foot of the cliffs at Beachy Head as the fall out radiation from the bomb only travelled in straight lines and we could safely shelter there. It also reminds me of the pronouncement of scientists, when atom bomb tests were being exercised, that they would alter the axis of the Earth. Well, despite the foregoing Doomsday scenarios, I am still alive! Perhaps, as added security, I should buy a rowing boat to take me to “safer” waters should the latest prognostication occur.

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