St Just-in-Penwith
Town Council

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St Just, Britain’s most westerly town and former centre of mining in West Penwith, lies within the parish of St Just-in-Penwith which also includes Pendeen and the surrounding villages / hamlets of Boscaswell, Botallack & Truthwall; Bojewyan, Carnyorth, Tregeseal & Nancherrow, and Trewellard. The Town Council offices are located in the centre of St Just opposite the Plain-an-Gwarry.

Latest News

Dog Fouling in the Plain-an-Gwarry

6th March 2015

The Plain-an-Gwarry is owned by the Town Council and it is for the use of all the residents in St Just.  At the present moment mindless individuals are letting their dogs foul within this grassed area and they are spoiling it for the vast majority of p …

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Casual Vacancy on the Town Council

12th February 2015

A casual vacancy has arisen on the Town Council following the recent death of Monty Nicholls.  For further details please click on the link.

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