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How to report things to Cornwall Council

Posted on: 10th August 2016

How to report things to Cornwall Council on-line, through the Cornwall Council website, can be found through the poster link below. Never assume the Council knows about a damaged road sign, pot hole or broken street light. If you notice it then put a report in and see how quickly it is fixed and reportRead More »

Bring on a General Election for Real Change

Posted on: 23rd September 2022

Whilst many might say we have a new monarch, a new Prime Minister and a new Cabinet in charge of the country, I say bring on a General Election for real change. Having said that, locally I sincerely hope voters will wake up to the fact that having a Conservative M.P has done little forRead More »

Mayor’s Sunday Re-Scheduled to January

Posted on: 23rd September 2022

Mayor’s Sunday re-scheduled to January 22nd, so get the date in your diary, especially if you represent a local community organisation. I’d also add, if your organisation did not get an invite to the event arranged for 18th September, that is likely because we have the wrong contact details so, do let Julie in theRead More »

Our Resilient, Creative and Independent Town of St Just

Posted on: 20th September 2022

“Our Resilient, Creative and Independent Town of St Just”, came in as the headline to a piece in the press about our wonderful Town. I will confess, every time Daisy and I was asked in different ways to describe our Town, those were my key words! The Headline also picked up the other key messageRead More »

Funds For Cornwall’s Residents Worried About Energy Prices

Posted on: 2nd September 2022

Funds are available for Cornwall’s Residents to improve the energy efficiency of their homes, important when folk are worried about rising energy prices. Cornwall Council and Community Energy Plus have produced leaflets about the scheme and there are links to these below the screenshots.                   CC SustainableRead More »

Mayor’s Sunday 18 September 2022 – POSTPONED

Posted on: 4th August 2022

UPDATE 11 SEPTEMBER 2022: In light of the death of The Queen, the decision has been made that Mayor’s Sunday cannot proceed. Discussions are ongoing about when it can fit into the Church and Civic Calendar but it might be delayed until 2023. My biggest regret is that I had wanted to help 2 ofRead More »

A Vision for St Just

Posted on: 4th August 2022

A Vision for St Just, along with an implementation plan and hopefully some routes to funding is underway through LDA Design. The story so far…. The team got loud and clear the need to do something about parking and a few other themes are emerging albeit that opinion in our community and amongst our businessesRead More »

St Just Town Council Expresses Interest in Devolution of Carnyorth Outdoor Activity Centre

Posted on: 8th July 2022

I want to update folks and I’ll likely add to this post next week and the reason for that will become clear as you come towards the end. First of all, if you are wondering why I and the Town Council are engaged in conversations about taking on responsibility for an outdoor activity centre thatRead More »

What About Mayor’s Sunday 2022?

Posted on: 2nd July 2022

What About Mayor’s Sunday 2022? Well that is a question I’m asking myself! Last year I did it a bit different, holding a Community rather than a Civic Event. Whilst I got lots of positive feedback, there were a few grumbles. So, I’m posting it here so there is time to influence BUT I’m sortRead More »

Community Hub Comes to St Just – Reducing Isolation, Improving Health & Wellbeing

Posted on: 2nd July 2022

Community Hub Comes to St Just – Reducing Isolation, Improving Health & Wellbeing Please share with neighbours, friends and family who might benefit.

A bit of Politics, for a change!

Posted on: 26th June 2022

It seems a good week to have a bit of a Political blog! I got involved in the by-election campaign in Tiverton and Honiton, delivering leaflets, knocking on doors and ringing people. There were strong indications that even some of the most committed Tory voters had had enough of Prime Minister Johnson and/ or hisRead More »