About Me

My name is James Davies, I am a Journalist with experience producing local news, entertainment, politics and opinion content. I aim to accurately capture my voice within my work whilst also presenting current issues within each of these fields.

I am a graduate of Aberystwyth University, holding a BA(Hons) in Film and Television Studies and English Literature.

I have  worked at the Cambrian News, Wales' biggest selling weekly newspaper. And now work at the Cornish Times and Cornish and Devon Post. Working as a reporter to cover local news for a weekly print schedule.

My Latest Work

Rally for Trevalga postponed following meeting with potential celebrity buyer | thepost.uk.com

The Rally for Trevalga event which had been organised for this weekend has been postponed following discussions with a potential buyer of the estate.

The event, which aimed to place the “Battle for Trevalga” in the wider contexts of the challenges faced by Cornwall, such as its threatened heritage and lack of affordable housing for local people has been postponed until further notice.

Soldier to take on new challenge | thepost.uk.com

Richard hopes to use the money raised to purchase a holiday home for Veterans Coastal Retreats, a charity set up by Richard himself in 2020 he said: “It may not seem like much, but I think everyone deserves a chance to take a little time away – either on their own or with their family.

" I am a proud Cornishman and know how lucky I am to live in such a beautiful place with award winning beaches and brilliant hospitality."

Looe Live cancelled for another year due to cost of living | cornish-times.co.uk

LOOE live festival, which has been out of action due to the pandemic is set to miss another year

Looe Live festival 2022 is no longer going ahead this September due to rising running costs. In a post on their Facebook page, the organisers posted: “It’s with heavy hearts we announce that Looe Live 2022 is cancelled and won’t be going ahead as we planned this September.

“The team’s worked tirelessly over the last three years, throughout the most challenging of times."

Emergency appeal to save Aber food surplus project | cambrian-news.co.uk

Not for profit social enterprise, Aber Food Surplus, based on Chalybeate Street, recently turned to Aberystwyth Town Council in the hope of securing vital funding needed to keep operations running. Aber Food Surplus is an organisation that aims to tackle food waste whilst also providing “Pay as you feel meals,” making sustainable food accessible to all.

Aber Food Surplus needs a sum of over
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