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October 2018


Representatives from Falmouth attended the Southwest in Bloom awards in Yeovil and came away with a number of prestigious awards. Falmouth was awarded the RHS Gold medal in the most competitive category of the day and were up against many other towns, 5 of which also achieved Gold medal standard. Falmouth came out as overall winners and awarded the Portman Cup which should see Falmouth entered in the Champions of Champions category for 2019. Falmouth shared the Sargent Trophy awarded to the town ‘for outstanding effort and dedication from a main entry”.


Safer, Cleaner, Greener: Falmouth Town Council offers advice about abandoned vehicles. With the introduction of charges for the disposal of redundant vehicles and a fall in the value of scrap metal, there has been a significant increase in the number of vehicles being abandoned across the UK.

First Poppy Laying

The Mayor, Councillor Grenville Chappel, laid the first poppy at the Remembrance Garden, The Municipal Buildings on Friday to mark the start of this year Acts of Remembrance. A small service was attended by Councillors, Veterans and members of the public. This year’s Acts of Remembrance marks 100 years since the end of the First World War.