Author: Sue James

Wozzon in St Just with this ‘ere Tri-Service Safety Officer Coming?

  Eight new Tri-Service Safety Officer (TSSOs) joined the Council earlier this month and are currently undergoing their induction training. That means we will have 10 permanent TSSOs across Cornwall located in communities and rural areas that would benefit from

Proposal to Protect West Cornwall’s Dark Skies

Proposal to protect West Cornwall’s dark skies had an inaugural meeting of local Councillors, astronomers, a representative of the National Trust, our local MP and a Cornwall Council planner to advise. If achieved, it is recognised by the planning authority

The Leat, Pendeen, gets some Love!

The Leat, Pendeen, has had some love from National Trust and other local folk. Last Friday a team of National Trust volunteers joined a few of us as locals and Nobby from Madron, to give The Leat, Pendeen some attention.

Grant still available for local community projects

Grant still available for local community projects around St Just and Pendeen. This year I have helped very local projects, like the volunteers improving access to St Just church cemeteries and access to computers and the Internet at The Centre

Cornwall Community Flood Forum Conference

Cornwall Community Flood Forum Conference is taking place in Truro on 2 November and is FREE! Don’t miss out on finding out how you community can prepare for storm events to reduce their impact and speed up your recovery. To

It’s Time to Have Your Say on Cornwall Council’s Budget Proposals

It’s Time to Have Your Say on Cornwall Council’s Budget Proposals – what are your priorities? What would you cut, what services would you protect and where would you spend more money? Cornwall Council plays a huge part in many

Cornwall as a Place of Sanctuary

A Sanctuary in Cornwall conference has been arranged for 1 December. The event aims to discuss the importance of Cornwall as a place of Sanctuary. This is an invite to every school, business, community group and organisation to declare their place

Time to ponder Cornwall Council Budget – What are your priorities?

Time to ponder Cornwall Council Budget – What are your priorities? Budget Engagement – have your say on Cornwall Council’s budget Those who get their local news through headlines on social media will be picking up on outrageous headlines about council

Bringing Together Council’s & Health Childrens’ Services – What do you think?

Bringing together the Council’s & NHS Childrens’ Services has been being discussed under the banner of One Vision. Although the integration of Adult Social Care and NHS services has gained massive public scrutiny, few seem to be engaging over these

Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse Coming to Cornwall

Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse is coming to Cornwall in November and this post has links to documents that will tell people exactly what it is about and how they can come forward to give their evidence. The panel