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Posts Tagged ‘Pendeen’

Homes for rental available soon in Pendeen

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

Homes for rental available soon in Pendeen due to Cornwall Housing buying 3 houses and 2 bungalows from Lands End Peninsula Community Land Trust. These will be allocated through the Council’s Homechoice register. For details of how to view and apply: Coming Soon Croft Mear, Homes to rent

Cllr Sue James Encourages Local Community Wanting to Welcome Refugees

Posted on: 17th September 2015 | by Sue James | Posted in Blog

Whilst statements from the Leader of Cornwall Council are a good starting point, I am giving little nudges to do more. I have committed to supporting Tiny Soul (a group based in the Town Hall in St Just) in their efforts to reach out to vulnerable mums & babies, with their knitted gifts. Whilst not setRead More »

90% mortgages available for affordable homes in Pendeen

Posted on: 27th January 2015 | by Sue James | Posted in Blog

90% mortgages available for affordable homes in Pendeen. Lands End Peninsula CLT Ltd are proud of their first housing scheme for local people. The six 2 bed homes are excellent value at £116,500 and have to be viewed to be fully appreciated. I and fellow Board members would love to see you at the endRead More »

Have you spotted all the scarecrows around Pendeen?

Posted on: 28th September 2014 | by Sue James | Posted in News

Have you spotted all the scarecrows around Pendeen? What a joy!! Thank you to The Childrens’ Ark. They made me smile and stop a while.  

Cornwall’s Local Plan Final Consultation

Posted on: 4th September 2014 | by Sue James | Posted in News

Cornwall’s Local Plan final consultation starts today. Edwina Hannaford, the Council’s Cabinet Member for Environment, Heritage and Planning, said “The Local Plan is an important planning document that will give strategic direction to development and guide planning decisions in Cornwall over the next 15 years. It will set out the main set of planning policiesRead More »

Good Food in West Cornwall

Posted on: 26th August 2014 | by Sue James | Posted in Blog

Good food in West Cornwall is in plentiful supply but there are a few cafes, pubs, restaurants and take-aways that do not strive hard enough to reach the high, safe standards we would all hope for. Last week I went out with the officer responsible for food safety checks locally. Although he has been inRead More »

Safe Places in St Just and Pendeen

Posted on: 28th February 2014 | by Sue James | Posted in News

Safe Places are where people with learning difficulties can go if they are feeling that others might upset or hurt them. Places taking part in the scheme have a sticker in the door saying it is  a safe place. So far the following have signed up to the scheme: PENDEEN Doctors surgery and The North InnRead More »

Half Term Local Event: Cornwall Open for Tourism

Posted on: 11th February 2014 | by Sue James | Posted in News

Geevor Tin Mine 16 – 23 February, Pendeen  An award winning museum situated on the dramatic Cornish coastline and one of the largest preserved mine sites in the country and a Cornish Mining World Heritage Site. Here you can experience an 18th century underground tour, get hands on in the interactive “Hard Rock Museum”, explore the abandoned buildings, walkRead More »

The Weather

Posted on: 8th February 2014 | by Sue James | Posted in Blog

It is always said that us Brits love talking about the weather. At the moment, there is plenty of weather to talk about! I do hope everyone is surviving without too many problems. However, I’m sure everyone is getting rather fed up! I found myself wishing for cold weather this week, minus the wind. IRead More »

Plea to dog owners to dispose of dog poo bags properly

Posted on: 26th January 2014 | by Sue James | Posted in News

Dog owners across Cornwall are being called upon to ensure they clear up after their pets but also that they properly dispose of the dog poo bags. Cornwall Council Senior Environmental Health Officer Kevin Brader says: “We are receiving reports that whilst dog owners are picking up after their pets, they are then leaving theRead More »