VIDEO: Music video supports Long Rock crossing campaign
A Long Rock man has created a music video in support of the campaign to save the pedestrian railway crossing which is ongoing in his village.
The video entitled The Yellow Ribbon, is a four minute long piece which explains the reasons why the crossing should be reopened.
It was created by campaigner Andrew 'Ollie' Oliver, who also goes by the name of Doc Mustard.
It focuses on the recent campaign which has seen residents in the village leave yellow ribbons and messages of support on the crossing.
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The mexico pedestrian crossing was closed last year following advice from Cornwall's deputy coroner into the inquest of Jeanette Nicholls, who died at the public byway in 2011.
There has been fierce opposition to the closure.
Cornwall Council are due to hold a meeting regarding the future of the crossing at County Hall on Wednesday November 27.