Here at CornwallLive, we feel the impact of the coronavirus crisis, as does much of the county.
Cornwall is a region that prides itself on its community spirit and that has historically relied on it through all kinds of hardships.
This is why CornwallLive launched our CornwallTogether campaign today – urging all of our readers to work together and take care of each other as the region struggles to get through the current situation.
Now, more than ever, we want to tell the positive stories that shine in the darkness of this global pandemic.
We will be there to honor the heroes, whether in our NHS or in our local communities, who go above and beyond to keep people safe.
We will be there to defend local businesses that need our support.
We will also, of course, cover all developments around the coronavirus to provide you with the most accurate and up-to-date information and advice from reliable sources to the best of our ability.
This will include the advice and support of some of the larger charities and organizations operating in Cornwall.
Cornwall is a large county and we have an elderly population living in remote areas. Along with independent businesses, these are the people who will need us the most in the coming months.
The Cornwall Together campaign invites our readers to:
We have launched new services to keep in touch with you in these unknown times.
We will also send newsletters twice a day, as well as the latest news, by email.
Our app, which can be downloaded for free from the App Store, will also offer last-minute alerts and remains the fastest and easiest way to read our articles.