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Notice of Conclusion of Audit

Posted on: 18th September 2018 | No Comments

The external audit of the Town Council’s accounts was completed on 6 September 2018.

To view the official notice of the conclusion of Audit and the Annual Governance and Accountability Return for the 2017/18 Financial Year, see the links in the Documents Section of this website. The 4 sheets will also be on the Noticeboard from 18 September 2018.

St Just in Penwith Library

Posted on: 18th September 2018 | No Comments

The Town Council  has submitted its Business Case to Cornwall Council following the 3 September 2018 Meeting.  The Council plans to take over the Library on 1 April 2019 under the authority of Section 101 of the LGA 1972. The Library will be funded on the assumption of raising its demand for the Precept to Cornwall Council in 2019/2020 by 20% rising to 30% in 2021; for the Library related activities. The Business case was accepted by Cornwall Council subject to Director’s approval. The Minutes of 3 September 2018 (TC 104) show more details. Both Councils are working towards this objective, but no legally binding agreement has been entered into by either Council at this stage.

Announcement from St Just Town Council July 31st 2018

Posted on: 1st August 2018 | No Comments

Following several years of discussion, the Town Council would like all residents to know that negotiations are now proceeding well with Cornwall Council to purchase the Library building, part of which will become the Town Council Office, with the remainder continuing to provide the Library Service.
There is much work to be done in the next few weeks and months, but we are hopeful that the purchase may be completed in the first half of 2019. There will be an update on Monday 3rd September at 6.45pm, open to the public, immediately before the Full Town Council meeting at 7.15pm.


Posted on: 23rd July 2018 | No Comments

St Just Town Council is inviting quotations from interested parties / companies for its grass cutting and maintenance contract which is due for renewal in July 2018. This a three year contract. The successful tenderer will be required to submit proof of adequate Public Liability Insurance and appropriate certification for use of power tools, if required.

The areas of work include the following locations:-

Plain-an-Gwarry, St Just – Cutting and removal of grass. Two cuts per month throughout the growing season (Apr to Sept). One cut per month for the remaining months. Quotation to include grass feed (twice per year).

Boscaswell Corner Gardens – Cutting and maintaining grassed area. Prune, weed and keep in general good order plants / shrubs, including removal of all waste. Maximum cuts 18 per year.

Pendeen Car Park & Toilet Area – General border & plant maintenance. Max 18 visits per year. (To include the Millennium Stone and flower bed situated behind the bus stop). Removal and disposal of waste from site.

St Just Toilet block, Lafrowda Car Park – General border & plant maintenance. Max 18 visits per year. Removal and disposal of waste from site.

Closed Churchyards, St Just – Maximum six cuts per year. Grass to be removed from site. Work to be carried out under direction of St Just in Bloom. Wild garden area to be remain uncut.

Carnyorth Bus Shelter – To keep in good order area around the bus shelter. Max 4 cuts per year. All waste to be removed from site.

Tenders to be submitted to Cas Leo, Locum Town Clerk by no later than 6 August 2018.

For further information please contact Cas Leo on 01736 788412 or by emailing

St Just Town Council
Council Offices
1 Chapel Street
St Just
TR19 7LS

St Just in Penwith Town Council – Mayor Allowance 2017/8

Posted on: 20th June 2018 | No Comments

The remaining funds from 2017/8 Mayor Allowance were divided between three local charities before the Council meeting on 18 June 2018. Cheques presented to The Miners Chapel – David James, Pendeen Silver Band – Bryan Stevens and Douglas Woolcock Trust who shared £778 between them. Cheques were presented by Mayor Brian Clemens.

External Auditor Return 2017/18

Posted on: 11th June 2018 | No Comments

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St Just in Penwith Town Council are required to send the documents below,doc20180606093534 doc20180606093629 doc20180606093654  to its External Auditor along with the Exercise of Public Rights Dates*. These documents will be displayed on the Noticeboard and Website from Monday 11 June 18 to Friday 20 July 2018:

Annual Internal Audit Report 2017/18.
Annual Governance Statement 2017/18
Accounting Statements 2017/18.


Posted on: 24th May 2018 | No Comments

The new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on 25 May 2018. The Town Council is carrying out a review of the data it handles and produces. The Town Council do have a lawful basis for processing certain data in the exercise of its public functions in law. However we have limitations and need to ensure we take measures to protect personal data and remain within the GDPR. We have carried out a review of the material we handle and produce; including on the website. We will be further reviewing other data sets in the coming months. 

Mayor and Deputy Mayor re-elected

Posted on: 24th May 2018 | No Comments

On Monday 14 May 2018 Councillor Brian Clemens was re-elected Town Mayor. Mrs Marna Blundy was re-elected Deputy Mayor. The Mayor would like to thank all the Community Groups/Charities who were able to attend on the evening to talk about their work and how the Community Grant Funding received last year, would assist them.

St Just Town Mayor Brian Clemens joins Trythall School for their ‘Peas for Bees’ afternoon.

Posted on: 26th March 2018 | No Comments

FREE online training course use an AED (Automatic Exterior Defibrillator)

Posted on: 6th March 2018 | No Comments

The Town Council has supplied and maintains two defibrillators, one outside Costcutter in Pendeen and one outside the Town Council Office in St Just. These are accessible 24/7, and are for use in a cardiac arrest.

Although no training is necessary to use an AED (Automatic Exterior Defibrillator), some people are concerned that they wouldn’t know what to do. We can recommend a FREE online training course which you can do in your own time in your own home, or at St Just Llibrary or the Centre of Pendeen if you don’t have your own internet access.

These online courses are quick and helpful, presenting facts simply and clearly, and giving you little quizzes at the end of each of two modules. You can download the answers to the quizzes after doing them, and you even get a certificate when you have completed the course!

The first two modules have 5 units each. Module 3 has videos of two real-life examples of CPR and AEDs being used. I found these films particularly valuable in demonstrating what I had learned in the modules, and would really recommend you watch them.


Follow this link to see all the free online first aid courses available:


and this link for the specific AED course:


These are free and easy to access (just ensure you don’t click any of the adverts by mistake!) and you have only to register an account with them. These courses can give you more confidence to cope in an emergency.

Go on, give it a try – and let us know how you get on.


St Just Town Council

March 2018