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Cornwall Council votes to approve partial funding of stadium

BBC Local News Tuesday, 17 April 2018 ()
Cornwall Council votes to approve partial funding of stadiumBBC Local News: Cornwall -- Stadium for Cornwall backers are hoping to get another £3m of funding from the government.
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