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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 »

Report on Mayor’s Sunday

Posted on: 25th January 2023

Report on Mayor’s Sunday that went ahead last Sunday, 22nd January, delayed from September due to the death of the Queen. We did not have a parade, because given recent weather it seemed to risky to plan but the feedback from those attending was very positive regarding the Service at Church, arranged and led byRead More »

Cornwall Council By-Election for People of Long Rock, Marazion and St Erth

Posted on: 9th January 2023

Cornwall Council by-election is on the cards for the people of Long Rock, Marazion and St Erth, due to their Conservative Councillor lacking the time to represent them. Background leading to by-election. We, as a constituency party, are busy talking to our Members to find the best candidate we can to ensure that people can voteRead More »

Liberal Democrats Response to the Crisis Facing our NHS and Social Care

Posted on: 8th January 2023

Liberal Democrats response to the crisis facing our NHS and Social Care is best summed up by others; Andrew George, who most of you will know and a long term health campaigner locally and Daisy Cooper, MP, our party spokes person on Health and Social Care. FROM DAISY COOPER, M.P Let’s be frank, the NHSRead More »

Community Minded Numbers Person Needed

Posted on: 2nd January 2023

A community minded numbers person is needed by Lands End Peninsula Community Land Trust; a registered Charitable company, that owns/ leases/ provides land and buildings for community benefit. Ideally, the Trust would like to find someone willing to take over as Treasurer, with a view to becoming a full Trustee at our next AGM, inRead More »

More Help With Energy Bills

Posted on: 22nd December 2022

More help with energy bills through Alternative Fuel Payments and Energy Bills Support Scheme. The Alternative Fuel Payments is for those who rely on heating schemes like LPG, biomass boilers, oil or coal. The Government says households will receive £200 automatically via their electricity supplier – I have no idea how your energy supplier willRead More »

Housing Report and Statement from Andrew George

Posted on: 17th December 2022

If money for second homes went to first homes instead we’d have all but solved Cornwall’s housing problems   The Conservatives have handed more than £385 million in tax subsidies to second homers in Cornwall in the last decade. If that had been granted for the delivery of first homes for locals instead there’d beRead More »

St Petrocs Launch Winter Appeal at Carol Concert

Posted on: 6th December 2022

I was honoured, along with several other Mayors from Cornwall, to attend the Carol Concert in Truro that launches St Petrocs winter appeal to enable them to continue supporting homeless folk and now helping those at risk of homelessness. If you want to support their work – and remember they say we are all justRead More »

Protest Against Cabinet Driving through Elected Mayor Proposal

Posted on: 3rd December 2022

St Just Town Council passed a resolution several months ago supporting the view that, if as part of the Devolution Deal for Cornwall, Cornwall Council is looking to change how we are Governed by bringing in an all powerful Mayor for Cornwall then it should be residents of Cornwall not a few Councillors (some ofRead More »

Community Grants Available in West Penwith for range of Environmentally Linked Projects

Posted on: 20th November 2022

            The Penwith Landscape Partnership community grants scheme is for groups and organisations who create positive and lasting change for the people and landscapes of Penwith. We are interested in hearing from you if you deliver activities within any of the following areas: Ancient Sites Access Arts influenced by theRead More »

Remembrance Sunday 2022

Posted on: 13th November 2022

Remembrance Sunday 2022, had extra poignancy to many as The Queen was no longer with us to lead the proceedings in London and through our TV screens. For me it is another of those 1sts without my dad, although I know December will be the big one when he will not be at the ChristmasRead More »