Home / Business / Education / Health & Social Care / Helston & South Kerrier / Media / Premium / Rolling news / St Austell & Mevagissey / Truro & Roseland local news / St Austell D-Day hero among Cornwall’s New Year Honours awards St Austell D-Day hero among Cornwall’s New Year Honours awards Posted By Rashleigh MacFarlane on 28th December 2019 By Rashleigh MacFarlane A D-Day veteran from St Austell has been awarded an MBE in the New Year Honours list. Harry Billinge, 94, is often seen fundraising for the British… To view the rest of this article, please subscribe to Cornwall Reports Related Posts Cornwall’s 2017 New Year honoursSeveral people from Cornwall have been recognised in the 2017 New Year Honours list. The… Cornwall's pro-democracy campaigners head to St Austell for protest march and rally tomorrowBy Anne North Cornwall can expect to see another pro-democracy protest tomorrow (Tuesday) on the… Carbon monoxide poisoning incident at Nanpean, St AustellThree people, two adults and child, have been taken to hospital by ambulance with suspected… Wetherspoons plans hotel expansion in St Austell28th March 2018 By Richard Whitehouse Plans to build a three-storey hotel extension to the… This article has 1 comment I am very happy for him and others who just get on with it with no fuss, but it makes a total mockery of the whole thing that IDS has got a knighthood. So the man responsible for universal credit and endless misery gets recognised for his contribution to society – I assume his contribution to population to population control via early death!! Comments are closed.