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Mebyon Kernow Supports the Stadium for Cornwall
Cornwall Council election hopeful Lance Dyer explains the party's support for Cornish sporting facilities.

After a year of outstanding sporting achievements at the London Olympics and Paralympics (where Cornish competitors won more Gold medals than Australia!) we were promised a sporting legacy like no other. So far, in Cornwall there seems little sign of this!

However, from the start,  Mebyon Kernow has been supportive of the project to build a Stadium for Cornwall, the plans of which have now been submitted to Cornwall Council for approval. Last year when the party put forward a motion supporting investigating funding the construction of the stadium by Cornwall Council, Mebyon Kernow leader Cllr Dick Cole said:

“Cornwall should have the same facilities that other parts of the UK take for granted. And why shouldn’t Cornwall have a purpose-built sporting stadium like elsewhere?"

Mebyon Kernow would like to see the people of Cornwall with modern first class sports facilities they can be proud of, and as the future home of the Cornish Pirates and the planned involvement of Truro-Penwith College in the scheme and it's use for gigs and other events it will  provide a facility all in the Duchy can use and be proud of.

MK will continue to support S4C.
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