Category: News

Councillor Sue James, news from the area.

Update from Penwith Landscape Partnership

Update from Penwith Landscape Partnership Click the link to access a full version of the Newsletter and do consider getting involved! Newsletter No 8  

St Just Town Council Elect New Mayor and Deputy

St Just Town Council elected a new Mayor and Deputy Mayor at their AGM on Monday 13 May 2019. At last Monday’s Annual Meeting, Councillor Brian Clemens was thanked for his service as Mayor of St Just for the past

Cornwall Council is encouraging residents to get composting!

Green-fingered residents across Cornwall are being encouraged to cut down on waste by composting as International Compost Awareness Week is celebrated. Composting is an inexpensive, natural process that transforms kitchen and garden waste into a valuable and nutrient rich food for gardens

Where Sea Meets Land Poetry Evening – St Just Library

Cornwall Council – 10 years of transforming and sustaining public services

      Cornwall Council – 10 years of transforming and sustaining public services, in the face of reducing funding from Government. Ten years ago this month, Cornwall Council came into existence, as Cornwall County Council and the six District

Local Tin Coast Partnership looking for a Project Manager

Local Tin Coast Partnership looking for a Project Manager, a fixed term contract post with The National Trust as the host employer. Job Summary The ‘Tin Coast – Connecting people to landscape’ project needs an enthusiastic and experienced project manager.

Funding For Groups Wanting to Clean up Their Town

Funding for groups wanting to clean up their Town has just been allocated by Government, to Cornwall Council with a short time for us to allocate it to groups in our communities. Cornish communities are being offered up to £2,000

Cornwall to host the first stage of the UK’s largest cycle race, The Tour of Britain, in 2020

Cornwall is set to receive a boost to the economy next year when it hosts the first stage of the 2020 Tour of Britain, with riders travelling 170km through the Cornish countryside, starting at Penzance and ending in Bodmin. The

Be part of the West Penwith Conversation, telling our story to the world!

Be part of the West Penwith Conversation, telling our story to the world!   If you want to put up a poster, here is a better pdf copy: Community Conversation

Young People Want Politicians to do More to Protect the Planet

Around 300 young people gathered today at New County Hall to call for more action on climate change. Cornwall Council’s portfolio holder for the environment, Sue James, and Deputy Leader Julian German met the organiser of the event and some