Radio Scilly & This Is Scilly News - Wednesday 1st May

Figures released by the Council show that consumption over the last ten weeks has been consistently down on 2018, peaking at 29% less in the first week of March.

Figures released by the Council show that consumption over the last ten weeks has been consistently down on 2018, peaking at 29% less in the first week of March.

St Mary's residents used up to 29% less water in late winter and early spring 2019 than at the same time last year. 

A new TV show is looking for anyone making a major move from the mainland to the Isles of Scilly. 

The series is about people who leave a busy town or city for a new life in a more rural area or on an island to improve their quality of life. 

Islanders and visitors are invited to join children from Five Islands Academy for the annual celebration of May Day this afternoon.

Staff and children have been working hard on the traditional songs and dances for the ancient spring festival.

Will Lethbridge has today’s headlines.