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St Just Library and New Home to the Town Council
View of Cape Cornwall and the coastline near St Just
The small village of Trewellard near St Just
The coastal tin mine buildings of Levant
View across fields to the village of Kelynack
Geevor Tin Mine and Museum
The Crowns tin mine ruins near Botallack village
Cornish hedgerows at the village of Botallack
Hill top view showing Lands End Airport
View from Nancherrow Hill towards Tregeseal Valley
St Just Library
View of Cape Cornwall
Trewellard Village
Levant Tin Mine
Kelynack Village
Geevor Tin Mine
The Crowns Tin Mine Ruins
Botallack Village
Land's End Airport
View from Nancherrow Hill
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St Just Town Council – the Most Westerly in Britain

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 Market Street, St Just, next to the doctors’ surgery and the Fire Station and opposite the public car park, in the Library building.

Next Meeting Details

Meeting Date

Date: Monday 3rd October 2022
Type: Ordinary Meeting

Time: 7.00 PM Meeting
Venue: St Just Library

General Meeting Information

The Town Council meets twice a month usually the second and fourth Monday’s of the month. Meetings last no longer than three hours and any unfinished business is carried over until the next meeting.

Council meetings are chaired by the Town Mayor and in his / her absence the Deputy Mayor presides. The public have fifteen minutes at the beginning of each meeting to put a question to the Council provided that due notice has been given to the Town Clerk.

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