Category: News

Councillor Sue James, news from the area.

FRIENDS OF ST JUST LIBRARY EVENT Millennia of dark Skies – a History of Astronomy in West Cornwall A talk by Carolyn Kennett at St Just Library, Thursday 12th March 2020  Doors open 7:00 pm for refreshments, talk starts at …

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News from the Tin Coast Partnership and how you can shape what it is doing. There’s a series of workshops for local businesses and community groups taking place in March and April, they are open to all and free to attend. If any …

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Community Governance Review public consultation update – this is how local Town and Parish Councils are organised to represent local communities. Should some merge? Should new Councils forms? How well do you feel represented locally and how well can the …

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What do you think of Cornwall’s Air Quality? Take part in the latest survey. From now until Wednesday, 15 April, Cornwall Council is carrying out an online survey where you can let them know whether you think the measures being …

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Local Residents Say: Cornwall is becoming greener, cleaner, safer and a better place to live – which has to be a good news story! The Liberal Democrats on Cornwall Council are committed to tackling climate change and making Cornwall a …

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Become a Green Liberal Democrat, whether or not you are a member of the Liberal Democrats. They are leading campaigns within and beyond the mainstream party and more candidates are becoming members. Campaigns include beating Climate Change, opposing to fracking …

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Some good news to start 2020, from Cornwall Council with the potential to reduce carbon emission and fuel poverty, increase funding for local services and provide more jobs. A rural Energy Innovation Zone (EIZ) to pilot a new regulatory approach …

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Woodland Trust The tree-o-meter on Cornwall Council website Let Cornwall Council know of any trees you have planted Forest for Cornwall; getting involved Age UK electric vehicles Make Your Climate Pledges Visit Cornwall Council’s Climate Emergency Page

Cornwall Council is calling on residents to make New Year’s resolutions to cut their carbon in 2020 and help tackle the climate emergency. The Council is asking people across Cornwall to consider taking up practical ideas suggested by the Eden …

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The first trees in the Forest for Cornwall project have been planted near Saltash. This was a project I was proud to announce and promote when I was in the Cabinet. The Woodland Trust has praised Cornwall Council for taking …

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