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JOB OPPORTUNITY - ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION AND ENFORCEMENT OFFICER

GRADE 4 SCP 7 - 11
£19,554 - £21,166

The Council provides environmental services in an innovative way and is seeking to recruit the above role. This could be two part-time or one full-time role depending on the candidates.

Working closely with groups and partners including Cornwall Council, Town Management, Cormac Solutions, Universities, waste contractors, the Police, community groups and others this role will assist the delivery of education and awareness campaigns to the public.

Contacting The Police

Several residents have asked their Councillors about contacting the Police. Sarah Newton MP contacted Inspector Thompson who has provided the below information which you might find helpful when Reporting Crime and Contacting the Police:

In order to contact the police the methods below are best practice:

Mike Rangecroft thanked for his contribution to Falmouth

Falmouth’s previous Town Mayor Grenville Chappel recently thanked Mike Rangecroft for his contribution towards the vitality of the town, with a celebratory lunch in the Mayor’s Parlour. Grenville said; “ Falmouth Town Council wanted to thank Mike for all his hard work and commitment to developing a great number of successful events in Falmouth over so many years. The Council wishes Mike all the best in his retirement”. Mike came to Falmouth in 1960 having being assigned a ship as a first trip navigating apprentice with the BP Tanker Company.

Garden Hand Tools Repair and Reuse Project

Transition Falmouth are currently promoting the Garden Hand Tools Repair and Reuse Project run by the Conservation Foundation.

Up to just recently, the only dedicated collection point in Cornwall for old, broken and unwanted garden hand tools has been at the Eden Project, but now there are 4 more - including the Falmouth/Penryn Household Waste & Recycling Centre located off the A394 between Mabe and Longdowns.

Prislow Fields Improvements

Town Mayor Councillor Steve Eva, Deputy Mayor Councillor Minson and Councillor Parker, Belinda Edwards (CC Landscape Architect), members of Cormac, Community Volunteers and residents celebrated the completion of improvements at Prislow Fields on Saturday. The improvements were funded by local developments in the area and carried out by a partnership of Cornwall Council, Cormac and Falmouth Town Council in consultation with local residents.

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