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Live Emergency Exercise at Land’s End Airport

Posted on: 7th November 2013 | No Comments

Please note that there will be a mandatory live emergency exercise at Land’s End Airport on Wednesday 13th November 2013.  This will commence at approximately 1000 hours and will involve a simulated aircraft incident.  Outside emergency services will attend the incident and this will involve an area not actually on the airfield, but to the north of the site.

Please do not be alarmed at the site of flashing lights etc. in the vicinity.  It is estimated that the exercise will finish approximately 1630 hours.

 

Chris Pearson

Airport Manager/SATCO

Town Council to seek Co-options

Posted on: 22nd October 2013 | No Comments

LOCAL ELECTIONS (PARISHES AND COMMUNITIES) RULES 1986

 ST JUST TOWN COUNCIL

 NOTICE OF VACANCIES

 IN THE OFFICE OF TOWN COUNCILLOR

 TO BE FILLED BY CO-OPTION

 

As the Returning Officer received insufficient nominations for an election by the due date of 10 April 2013, those candidates were elected uncontested.  The Town Council will now fill the three remaining casual vacancies by co-option. Read More »

Buses for St Just and Pendeen

Posted on: 15th October 2013 | No Comments

An update from Cornwall Councillor Sue James on the potential threat to local bus routes can be found here

Gews Farm Development – Public “Drop in” Session Arranged

Posted on: 7th October 2013 | No Comments

Details of the public “drop in” session to be held in the Town Council Offices can be viewed by clicking on the link

The link provides rental details and contact information.

Project Proposed to help the Long Term Unemployed in St Just and Pendeen

Posted on: 12th September 2013 | No Comments

Led by the Work Skills Training Academy of Cornwall College, a Partnership project is looking to businesses and community projects in St Just and Pendeen to join them in improving the employment skills of those affected by long term unemployment. The project is ambitious in looking to train people in the skills required by local businesses and provide people with meaningful qualifications locally. Some people might start with voluntary work but could end up with the skills to start their own business and employ others! Read More »

Proposed Runway Works at Land’s End Airport

Posted on: 2nd September 2013 | No Comments

The Isles of Scilly Steamship Company would like to extend an invitation to all neighbours, local businesses and interested parties to discuss the hardening of the runways at Land’s End.

This invitation follows the initial meeting held at the Airport on the 19th June and will discuss in more detail the timeframes, the drainage solutions and how the works will be undertaken. These improvements, which will be undertaken later this year, are essential to secure the links to the Isles of Scilly and local employment in West Penwith. Read More »

Students from Cape Cornwall to the Rescue

Posted on: 13th June 2013 | No Comments

On Saturday 25 May 2013, two students from Cape Cornwall School came to the assistance of an elderly lady who had fallen near Geevor Tin Mine. Read More »

Meet Your New Cornwall Councillor

Posted on: 11th June 2013 | No Comments

Sue James your newly elected Cornwall Councillor will be holding “Meet your Councillor” sessions on the 3rd Saturday at Centre of Pendeen and the 4th Saturday at British Legion, St Just of each month from 11.00 am until 12.00 pm.  Its your chance to have an informal chat over a cup of tea or coffee on issues affecting you.

 

New Aims for Cornwall Council

Posted on: 11th June 2013 | No Comments

Click on the following link to see the main Council_aims of the new Cornwall Council.

Dreadnought South West Association present…….

Posted on: 28th May 2013 | No Comments

Oxygen

A new play by Natalie McGrath celebrating the centenary of The Great 1913 Suffrage Pilgrimage, which saw thousands of women march across Britain to Hyde Park. The play looks at how women¹s rights have changed in the last 100 years, how protest has changed and seeks to examine if there has been any realistic shift in power to ensure that women¹s voices are heard in society. Read More »