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July 2012

Falmouth Cemetery Records now available to view online

Falmouth Town Council’s burial records for Swanpool Cemetery are now available to view from the Town Council’s website completely free of charge. Members of the public are now able to search across all of the cemetery records and perform their own genealogy searches. The online database of deceased records can be viewed by name or year and scanned images of the original pages from the historical cemetery registers are also available for viewing.

Falmouth is among a record breaking 1424 parks and green spaces to receive a Green Flag Award

Kimberley Park has received a Green Flag Award which is a national award for public and community parks and green spaces which recognizes well-managed, high-quality green spaces. It is one of three Falmouth Parks to be so recognised in 2012.

To celebrate the success a Green Flag will be raised in Kimberley Park on 18th July prior to Love Parks Week which runs from the 21st to 29th July.

Falmouth School Council

Falmouth School Council held their meeting this month at the Council Chambers in the Municipal Buildings in Falmouth.

The Student Council members were joined by The Town Mayor Geoffrey Evans C.C, Councillor Gerald Quin-Chee, Councillor Allyson Biggins, Town Clerk Mark Williams, Community Police Team Members Sgt Chris Miles and PC Matt Cummings and heard about the types of decisions made in local politics and found out about local policing.