Older people, and those of any age with a disability, who qualify for a concessionary bus pass will be able to travel for free at any time on Cornwall’s buses from 01 April.
Plastic Free Falmouth were delighted to receive their roll-up banner to promote awareness of the problem of single use plastic. The Deputy Mayor, Councillor Tony Parker, purchased the banner for the group and said ‘I am pleased to purchase a roll-up banner from my Councillor Community Chest for Plastic Free Falmouth for the group to use at community events.
Deputy Town Mayor Councillor Tony Parker hosted afternoon tea and cake on behalf of the Boscawen Fields Action Group to thank Cormac workers for recent works undertaken at Boscawen Fields which have greatly improved the area.
On 12th January 2019, Falmouth Pilot Gig Club launched their new Pilot Gig ‘Arwenack’ at the Watersports Centre in Falmouth, Cornwall.
Club members past & present plus supporters gathered at the water’s edge to see the brand new Cornish Pilot Gig built by Peter Williams and blessed by Revd. Jon Robertshaw from The Mission to Seafarers which was launched officially for her first outing on the water.
Deputy Mayor Councillor Tony Parker stated it was a pleasure for me to attend, be part of the occasion and represent Falmouth Town Council and the Community.
The Town Council has agreed its spending plans for 2019/20. This includes the identification of the Skatepark development at Dracaena as its priority, and sees a contribution of £100,000 to assist the external funding of the scheme. Further details of the budget can be viewed at the following link:
The Town Mayor was surprised to be the subject of a presentation himself at the Council meeting this week. Deputy Mayor Councillor Tony Parker presented Grenville Chappel with a Council plaque to mark his efforts as Co-ordinator for the Beacon Regeneration Project.