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Safer, Cleaner, Greener: Falmouth Town Council challenges environmental crime

Why on earth would you want to destroy Cornwall’s stunning natural environment and make life unpleasant for residents and visitors by dropping litter in the streets or discarding unwanted rubbish in the countryside?

Falmouth Town Council’s message for June as part of its year-long Safer, Cleaner, Greener public information campaign is that it will challenge anyone who does that in its crackdown on environmental crime.

Safer, Cleaner, Greener: Falmouth Town Council encourages responsible dog ownership to keep our streets sweet and our beaches beautiful

As a nation of dog lovers, many of us enjoy the benefits of owning and caring for a canine companion, but it is important that we do so responsibly if we are to protect ourselves, our pets and the wider community.

This is Falmouth Town Council’s message for April as part of its year-long Safer, Cleaner, Greener public information campaign.

The first major issue relates to the picking up of poo.

Safer, Cleaner, Greener: Falmouth Town Council encourages responsible refuse and recycling management in fight against marine pollution

If we manage our refuse and recycling responsibly, we can all make a positive difference to the cleanliness and safety of our coastal town, and be proactive in the fight against marine pollution.

This is Falmouth Town Council’s message for March as part of its year-long Safer, Cleaner, Greener public information campaign.

Safer, Cleaner, Greener: Falmouth Town Council’s topic for February is how to deal with anti-social behaviour

Following the launch of Falmouth Town Council’s year-long Safer, Cleaner, Greener public information campaign in our pages last month, the hot topic for February is how best to deal with incidents of anti-social behaviour.

Anti-social behaviour is defined in law as that which ‘causes, or is likely to cause, harassment, alarm or distress to one or more other persons not of the same household as the perpetrator' and is one of the biggest problems affecting Cornwall’s communities today.

Work Routes Branch Out In Falmouth

After helping 500 local people start working, the Work Routes Falmouth team is delighted to confirm that they are launching several new Outreach locations that will even more enable members of the public to access their service. A working partnership with Falmouth Town Council and the council’s Children and Family Services has been developed to ensure more jobseekers get the support they need to start working again. An expert Employment Adviser will be based at • Falmouth Town Council offices on Falmouth Moor from 2pm to 5pm every Tuesday
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