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New Flag for Falmouth Cemetery

Local resident Gary Brooks-Adams and his wife Kim have been taking their daily lockdown exercise in Falmouth Cemetery which they have found very peaceful. During their walks they noticed that the flag being flown in the War Graves section was looking a bit tired and very kindly offered to donate a new flag. The Mayor, Councillor Steve Eva, met with Mr Brooks-Adams to hoist the new flag and to thank him and his wife for their kind and thoughtful donation.

Dear Resident

Just like you all, the Council have found itself having to adapt and do things differently over the last few months. I want to update you on the next stage of re-opening our services.

Information Services - Re-opening 6th July 2020

We are pleased to announce that the Information Services will be re-opening from the 6th July 2020 with revised opening hours of 10.00 - 16.00 - Monday to Friday.

We will be open for recycling containment collection, signposting, and referrals only. Unfortunately for the safety of our customers & staff we will not be able to take any form of payments although we can direct you to your nearest Pay Point (listed below).

Re-Opening of Play Areas

The Council, in line with government advice, will be re-opening it’s play areas. Kimberley Park play area will be open from Saturday 4th July (the tree house will remain closed), the Bowly and Trescobeas from Monday 6th July. Users of these play areas and their parents will be asked to give each other room, observe social distancing guidelines, follow the routes and keep their hands cleaned. Please also dispose of your rubbish sensibly.

Tribute to Dame Vera Lynn

The Mayor Councillor Steve Eva has paid tribute to Dame Vera Lynn who passed away today aged 103.

Councillor Eva said ‘As an ex-serviceman I am very sad to hear of the death of Dame Vera Lynn who held a special place in the hearts of all servicemen, past and present, young and old. I had the privilege to meet Dame Vera in 1977 whilst serving in the Royal Navy and her songs are as poignant now as they were during the 1940’s. May the Forces Sweetheart rest in peace’.

Photo courtesy of The Royal British Legion


The Town Council is looking to re-open public toilets before the town centre returns to trading activity on 15th June.

The toilets at Prince of Wales Pier, Grove Place and Kimberley Park will open on 8th June and be available seven days a week between 9am and 5pm. The Town Council has provided an enhanced cleansing regime and users are reminded of the social distancing and hand cleaning requirements.

Cornwall Council Advice - What to do if you are extremely vulnerable and need help

9 April 2020

Extremely vulnerable residents who need help getting food supplies or medical prescriptions - either because they are in the high-risk, ‘shielded’ group or have other specific difficulties - are being urged to get in touch with Cornwall Council or Volunteer Cornwall. The Council together with NHS Kernow and Volunteer Cornwall are supporting communities across Cornwall to ensure residents who need help during the COVID-19 pandemic are getting assistance.Residents who can get help could fall into different groups depending on whether they are shielded or not:

Cornwall Council - It’s time to prove that Cornwall really is Proud to Care!

27 March 2020

People who need care and support in Cornwall are calling on everyone who can, to urgently step up and apply for a role in Cornwall’s care sector.

The call for more carers comes as Cornwall faces an unprecedented demand for care and support during the Coronavirus emergency.

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