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Posts Tagged ‘St Just’

Remembrance Sunday 2022

Posted on: 13th November 2022 | by Sue James | Posted in From the Mayor

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 »

3,100 Hectares of Moorland and Adjacent Farmland to be Designated SSSI

Posted on: 11th November 2022 | by Sue James | Posted in Blog

3,100 Hectares of moorland and adjacent farmland to be Designated SSSI in West Penwith. See my News Post for details Whilst we must do all we can to prevent further species loss, the dilemma is for our farmers’ who need to earn a living from feeding us. I’m not going to pretend I fully understandRead More »

Mayor’s Sunday Re-Scheduled to January

Posted on: 23rd September 2022 | by Sue James | Posted in From the Mayor

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 »

What About Mayor’s Sunday 2022?

Posted on: 2nd July 2022 | by Sue James | Posted in From the Mayor

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 | by Sue James | Posted in News

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

Town Vitality Fund – Developing St Just Town Vision and Implementation Plan

Posted on: 26th June 2022 | by Sue James | Posted in From the Mayor

Town Vitality Fund – Developing St Just Town Vision and Implementation Plan, initial engagement phase took place last week, with many running local businesses, residents from within the town and the wider Parish getting involved. If folk are wondering how this came about then the starting point was a bid to the Town Vitality FundRead More »

St Just Platinum Jubilee Events

Posted on: 20th May 2022 | by Sue James | Posted in From the Mayor, News

I hope you got to enjoy some of the Platinum Jubilee Events around the Parish. The screenshots of the posters, below, will remind you what went on. St Just Church have a range of things – a service, an exhibition of wedding dresses and ringing the church bells! On Thursday 2nd, I will be joiningRead More »

St Just & Pendeen Buses

Posted on: 26th April 2022 | by Sue James | Posted in From the Mayor

St Just & Pendeen Buses are not making bus users happy right now but is explained by Cornwall Council as follows: “Thank you for contacting us regarding the Local Bus Services in Penzance, specifically the new Tin Coaster operated by First Kernow. To offer some background; First Kernow is a Commercial operator in Cornwall andRead More »

Housing Update – Wearing my Land Trust Hat

Posted on: 17th March 2022 | by Sue James | Posted in Blog

I’m conscious I have not said much on here since my blog last October – if you missed it, catch up here. Never sure what hat I’m wearing but both as a local Town Councillor and Chair of a Community Land Trust, I’ve been beavering away. Thanks to a grant from St Just Town CouncilRead More »

Modular Homes …Would Your Consider Living in One?

Posted on: 1st August 2021 | by Sue James | Posted in Blog

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 »