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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.

Town Mayors Christmas Card Competition

Town Mayor Councillor Steve Eva and the Mayoress Mrs Vicky Eva accompanied by the Town Clerk Mark Williams attended Falmouth Primary Academy School to declare the winners of the Mayors Christmas Card competition.

The Town Mayor stated ‘this years standard was so high that we had to choose two designs, one by Amber and one by Lily-May. Myself and the Mayoress were amazed at the discipline showed by all the pupils in assembly and we would like to thank the Headmistress Claire Smith for allowing us to attend the school on Monday’.

Falmouth Town Council Christmas Tree

Town Mayor Councillor Steve Eva invited pupils from Falmouths Primary Schools to decorate the Town Council Christmas Tree. Pupils from each school were invited to make ten Christmas decorations and three pupils from each school were invited to present the decorations and help decorate the tree which is situated in Falmouth Town Council Reception for all to see. Falmouth Primary, King Charles, St Marys, Marlborough and St Francis Schools participated.

Climate Emergency

Falmouth Town council having declared a climate emergency, have been looking at simple ways to begin implementing small changes to the way we do things in our community. Some of these projects, will take a little longer to make them sustainable and we are certain will be well received, but some we can implement immediately.

One of those is our Terracycle crisp packet recycling scheme.


Falmouth Town Council is responsible for the maintenance of Falmouth Cemetery including the upkeep of all grassed areas, walls, paths & buildings. It is the responsibility of the next of kin to ensure that memorials are kept in good order and that mowers and machinery are not obstructed by incorrectly positioned flower containers and other tributes. With this in mind, the Council has regulations to keep the burial grounds in a clean and well-ordered condition – the best mark of respect.

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