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 Ban on the Plain-an-Gwarry

24th April 2015

The Town Council  at its meeting on 7 April 2015 took the unanimous decision to ban dogs from the Plain-an-Gwarry, St Just due to the potential health risks to the public following an increase in dog fouling in that area.  The Plain-an-Gwarry, is a pro …

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Library and One Stop Shop Service Consultation

2nd April 2015

    2 April 2015 – Briefing note from Cornwall Council   Following agreement on the Council’s four year budget plan, approved in February, Cornwall Council is having to review the library and one stop shop service. As part of the £176 million …

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