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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 »

Modular Homes …Would Your Consider Living in One?

Posted on: 1st August 2021

Modular Homes …Would Your Consider Living in One? They are not traditional build but, I believe they are more sustainable, in terms of building materials and much faster to deliver. The housing crisis that is pushing locals out of their communities and making those living in private rented accommodation feel nervous and insecure does callRead More »

St Just Town Council Needs You!

Posted on: 31st July 2021

Following the resignation of one of our new Town Councillors, due to a change in circumstances, St Just Town Council needs you! Could you serve our wonderful community? Town Council usually meets twice/ month but there are other sub-committees and things that might require a Town Councillors time between meetings. Also, before each town councilRead More »

Support Our Businesses and Community, Continue Wearing Your Mask; Be Considerate

Posted on: 17th July 2021

Support our local Businesses and Community,  by continuing to wearing your mask; it’s a minor inconvenience but will ensure we stay considerate and safer. Some very local facts are that we have more people in St Just and Pendeen who are either testing positive or are in touch with someone testing positive, than probably anyRead More »

Trewellard’s Mineshaft

Posted on: 3rd July 2021

If you have ventured along the coast road to Trewellard then you will have notice traffic control and high fences. Unless on foot, bicycle or a passenger, you might not have managed to see what is going on. I’ll give you the end of the story, it is a huge great mineshaft, before going backRead More »

COVID Support is still there for Residents and Businesses

Posted on: 26th June 2021

Cornwall Council has a support pack for those who are having to self-isolate; don’t just struggle in silence and remember the local Daisy Chain network is still there for you if you live in the St Just Parish. covid-information-self-isolation-pack June 21 If you struggle to access from here then do email me and I’ll sendRead More »

Eco Driving Record Breaking Attempt

Posted on: 23rd June 2021

I acted as a witness to Fergal McGraph and the BBC and AA Teams seeking to break 2 Eco Driving records, finishing at Land’s End on 4 July 2021.   I must admit, when asked to attend, as Mayor, to witness their arrival, I was a little unclear of the purpose other than perhaps wantingRead More »

Midsummer Bonfire

Posted on: 23rd June 2021

Attending the Midsummer Bonfire at Chapel Carn Brea on 23 June 2021, organised by the Old Cornwall Society was my first Mayoral duty. It was a bit chilly but quite a few turned out to keep the tradition alive. Several of us had worked hard to learn Cornish and a Cornish speaker attending reckoned IRead More »

New Mayor and Deputy Mayor for St Just Town Council

Posted on: 23rd June 2021


Sue as a Local Town Councillor Speaks

Posted on: 5th June 2021

As your local Town Councillor I am going to try to set out my communication thoughts and plans. First, I do intend to keep this website going and I do intend to still put out local newsletters but posts and emails might not be so frequent as before. If you look along the tabs onRead More »

Could You Change a Childs Life?

Posted on: 24th May 2021

Could you change a child’s life? If you have room in your heart and home for a child that needs love and a secure and safe place to live then don’t hesitate to find out more about fostering. Fostering in Cornwall Although not since living in Cornwall, when we were younger, my husband and IRead More »