Category: News

Councillor Sue James, news from the area.

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

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

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

Cornwall Council Gets Tougher Over Road Safety Around Schools

Cornwall Council gets tougher over road safety around schools following increasing concerns from the public and head teachers. People dropping their children off to school and stopping in the ‘keep clear zone’ could face penalty notices as new tougher parking

Opportunity for Cornish Businesses to Explore Benefits of Electric Vehicles & Infrastructure

Opportunity for Cornish Businesses to explore the benefits of electric vehicles & charging infrastructure to the future of their business. The Cornwall New Energy project (CNE) is a unique initiative that supports small and medium-sized businesses in Cornwall and the

Cornwall Council is consulting on how Developers money should be spent

Cornwall Council is asking for views on how money raised from a new levy on commercial development should be used to pay for the facilities needed to help communities across Cornwall. The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL), which will apply to

Penwith Landscape Partnership is Kicking off with a Volunteer Taster Day at Mulfra

Penwith Landscape Partnership is kicking off with a volunteer taster day at Mulfra – all comers welcome. If you want to know more about the project down West then Penwith Landscape Partnership project post update A better quality poster for display

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ST JUST LIBRARY AND TOWN COUNCIL VISION We wish to ensure the continuation of the St Just library service in the existing premises, which is suitable and accessible and can be adapted for shared use with the Town Council. We

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Invite from Penwith Landscape Partnership Project

Now many of the project staff are in post the project is getting underway and needs local people to volunteer to improve access and understanding of our landscape plus much, much more!   PLP Newsletter # 6 Catch up of who