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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.

The Falmouth Community Fridge

The Falmouth Community Fridge is back.

New location:
The Council Office on Falmouth Moor. (The Old Post Office, TR11 3QA).

The opening hours are Monday to Friday, 9am until 5pm.

Such is the nature of food surplus we cannot guarantee that there will always be food items available but due to the central location people can just pop in while in town and see what there is



Falmouth Town Council uses a proactive approach in the management of its tree stock. We engage an expert consultant to periodically carry out full inspection surveys for each of our sites, to assess the risk of significant harm from a tree or branch fall.

The Council undertakes to replace trees in numbers in excess of those that need to be felled and has an annual tree-planting programme which sees many trees of the interesting unusual variety planted over each Autumn/Winter season.

Woodland Fair by The Friends of Tregoniggie

The Friends of Tregoniggie will be hosting an event in the woods on 30th April at which they will be present to talk to people about the project or they can contact Karen Hall, Project Advisor from Cornwall Council, directly at karen.hall@cornwall.gov.uk

The event will start at 11 am till 3 pm. You will find them between the Two Bridges and the Venton Road entrance (TR11 4JU). There will be plant sales, tea, coffee, cakes, woodland craft, discussions and much more!

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