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Temporary Closure of Services

Following the need for social distancing as part of the coronavirus response efforts some of the Council’s face to face and other services will be unavailable temporarily. The Falmouth Information Service on The Moor will be closed to the public after Friday (20th March) and public toilets will be unavailable after Friday (27th March). Falmouth Library and Falmouth Art Gallery will be closed from 1pm on Saturday 21st March. You can continue to contact the Council electronically or by telephone. 01326 315559.

Statement as to Persons Nominated

As a consequence of the Covid-19 virus and the need for social distancing, the Returning Officer at Cornwall Council has taken the decision to suspend the scheduled by-election for the Town Council Penwerris Ward which was due on 9th April 2020. We understand the election will take place on a new date to be announced.

St Nazaire Services of Remembrance - 29th March 2020 - Cancellation Notice

In view of the anticipated level of the Coronavirus contagion and the Council’s duty of care, it is with great regret that it has been decided by the Mayor of Falmouth, Councillor Steve Eva and Eric Dawkins of the St Nazaire Society to cancel the St Nazaire Services of Remembrance on Sunday 29th March. A graveside service was scheduled for 9.00am at Falmouth Cemetery and the main Service of Remembrance was scheduled for 11am on the Prince of Wales Pier. We plan to reschedule these Services of Remembrance later in the year.

8th/9th Falmouth Cubs Visit the Mayor

8th/9th Falmouth Cubs visited the Mayor recently to find out what the Mayor does and to take a look at all the Civic regalia. The youngsters enjoyed asking the Mayor lots of questions and looking around the Chamber and Parlour. The Mayor commented “this is a lovely engaging group of youngsters and it is great to see them getting involved in community groups at such a young age.”

Falmouth Primary Academy Visit the Mayor

Members of Falmouth Primary Academy’s School Council visited the Mayor recently to find out what the Mayor does and to take a look at all the Civic regalia. The youngsters enjoyed asking the Mayor lots of questions and looking around the Chamber and Parlour. They even held a mock Council meeting in the Chamber discussing the important issues around reducing rubbish and increasing recycling.

Biodiversity Lecture in Falmouth, Saturday 21 March 2020

Falmouth & Penryn Churches Together are hosting a lecture and discussion on the Biodiversity Crisis which on SATURDAY 21 MARCH 2020 at 10.00 at Falmouth Methodist Church, The Moor, Falmouth. The lecture will be given by Professor John Spicer, Marine Biologist at Plymouth University and is free to attend. Coffee and tea will be provided and there will be the opportunity for attendees to discuss the issues raised.
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