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ADMINISTRATION ASSISTANT (TOWN TEAM) VACANCY

Role: Administration Assistant (Town Team)
Reports to: Town Manager
Salary: Grade 3 SCP 9-11 (£25,119 - £25,979)
Contract: Permanent Contract 18 hours (£12,220 – £12,989 pro rata)
Three days per week, including Thursday & occasional weekends

About the job
This is a part-time role, based in our busy Town Management Team in the Town Council Offices on the Moor, Falmouth.

FRONT OF HOUSE BAR & BARISTA (PRINCESS PAVILION) VACANCY

Front of House Bar & Barista, Princess Pavilion, Falmouth
Salary £12 p.hr.
Casual contract, variable hours. Up to three posts available.

About the job
We need friendly, engaging bar and café staff to work at the Garden Room Café and Bar at the Princess Pavilion, Falmouth. This is a busy bar and café environment and you’ll need to be hard working and great with customers, and your colleagues.

ADMINISTRATION ASSISTANT (GENERAL OFFICE) VACANCY

Role: Administration Assistant (General Office)
Reports to: Administration Officer
Salary: Grade 3 SCP 9-11 (£25,119 - £25,979)
Contract: Permanent Contract 32.50 hours per week (£22,064 - £22,819 pro rata)
Monday to Friday

About the job
This is a part-time role, based in our busy General Office and Front Desk in the Town Council Offices on the Moor, Falmouth.

Falmouth Town Council Secures £500,000 Shared Prosperity funding to Transform Kimberley Park Lodge into a Vibrant Community and Media Hub

 

Falmouth Town Council is pleased to announce the commencement of the Re-Source project, an exciting endeavour set to transform Kimberley Park Lodge into a bustling community hub for media, education, and connection. This transformative initiative has been made possible through a £500,000 grant from Cornwall Council from the Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Good Growth Programme, which it manages and is funded by the UK Government’s Shared Prosperity Fund (SPF).

CONSULTATION ON MOVING THE RISING BOLLARD FROM CHURCH STREET TO THE ENTRANCE OF MARKET STREET

 

 

A consultation has launched on proposals to improve the effectiveness of the walking and cycling zone in Falmouth Town Centre.

Since May 2021, Market Street (at the junction with Killigrew Street) and Church Street have been closed to through traffic between 11am and 4pm. However, following complaints about a rise in the number of vehicles using the road between the restricted hours and discussions with the local community, Cornwall Council and Falmouth Town Council are proposing to:

Exploring the future of Church St Car Park

Over the last six months, Falmouth Town Council and its partners have overseen the implementation of initiatives designed to make Falmouth town centre safer and even more appealing to residents and visitors alike. These initiatives include the priority pedestrianisation of Market Street and exploring the possible different uses afforded by Church St Car Park.

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