Falmouth Breakfast Briefing: Wednesday 16th September

  Posted: 16.09.20 at 09:15 by Kurt Robson

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Welcome to the Falmouth Nub News Breakfast Briefing! A one-stop-shop for the essentials of our town today!
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Today’s Falmouth sunrise:
7:00

Today's Falmouth sunset:
19:29
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High Tide:
17:19

Low Tide:
11:42
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Today's weather:

Early morning fog soon clearing inland, though may persist longer along northern coasts. Otherwise, another very warm day with clear skies and plenty of sunshine. Winds picking up slightly later in the day. Maximum temperature 27 °C.
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Pollen count:
Tree: Low
Grass: High
Weeds: Low
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Pharmacy opening times:

Day-Lewis Pharmacy, Killigrew Street: 09:00-13:00 and 13:30-18:00
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Today's supermarket openings:

Co-op Food - Clipper Way: 07:00 - 20:00
SPAR Albany Road: 7:30 - 11pm
Tesco Express Discovery Quay 6AM–11PM
Iceland 9AM–6PM
Tesco Metro 7AM–10PM
Sainsburys 8AM–9PM
Lidl 8AM–10PM
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Song lyric of the day:

Babylon back in business
Can I get a witness
Every girl every man
Houston, do you hear me?
Ground control, can you feel me?
Need permission to land

Robbie Williams - Rock DJ
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Riddle of the day:

Which word that begins with the letter I, and by adding the letter A, becomes another word that is pronounced the same?

Previous Answer:

Which of the following words don't belong in the group and why? CORSET, COSTER, SECTOR, ESCORT, COURTS (Courts. All of the others are anagrams of each other.)

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