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Posts Tagged ‘National Trust’

Some sensitive planning applications about

Posted on: 21st August 2016 | by Sue James | Posted in Blog

Some sensitive planning applications about in the St Just/ Pendeen areas. I consider myself as quite good at weighing up evidence objectively and taking a range of conflicting views and opinions into account. However, sometimes my heart does sink as I feel that some applications will attract much attention and whatever the outcome, there willRead More »

On the Tin Coast

Posted on: 12th March 2016 | by Sue James | Posted in Blog

On the Tin Coast is a phrase that I hope many businesses will soon adopt in the St Just and Pendeen areas. In fact, if the ambitious partnership project takes off, I suspect neighbouring Parishes will want to get in on the idea! The partnership, being led by the National Trust, is looking to promoteRead More »

Cllr Sue James Looking Forward to 2016

Posted on: 31st December 2015 | by Sue James | Posted in Blog

Cllr Sue James looking forward to 2016, the challenges and opportunities for St Just-in-Penwith. Challenges:  Securing the future of St Just Library so it remains a treasured and key part of community life but is sustainable and able to adapt. Looking after the Leat in Pendeen and possibly other community spaces in need of some tenderRead More »

The Leat, Pendeen

Posted on: 29th November 2015 | by Sue James | Posted in Blog

The Leat, Pendeen has been restored to a former glory by people power! This story begins with Arthur Matthews coming to see me to express concern that The Leat was looking overgrown and wanting to know what could be down about it. Arthur was a great source of the history of the project and hisRead More »

Locals & National Trust Volunteers Wade in to Improve Our Village Pond

Posted on: 18th October 2015 | by Sue James | Posted in Blog

Locals & National Trust Volunteers wade in to improve our village pond, at the Leat, Pendeen. Last Thursday it was great to join locals committed to our pond but have the workforce boosted by National Trust volunteers. This came about because I bumped in to Lindsey Butterfield, a Ranger with the National Trust and saidRead More »