The Town Council would like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and Peaceful New Year. The office will be open again on Tuesday 2nd January 2018.
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Cornwall Hospice Care and the Marazion Fundraising Group, have thanked the Mayor of St Just for his contribution of £100 towards the licence, from the recent shoot at Bosvargus Farm, held by Mr Paul and Mr Bernard Grose. The overall total donated was £350. These funds will be used to continue the work at St Julia’s Hospice and care for the patients. The photos show Mayor Brian Clemens presenting the cheque to Fran Phillips just before the Council meeting on 4 December 2017.
Following the Neighbourhood Plan meeting in St Just last month, we appreciate your expression of interest in being involved in taking the Neighbourhood Plan forward, and we are writing now to update you. We are sorry it has taken a few weeks, but we wanted to be able to tell you what is to happen next.
There will be a further public meeting on Wednesday 17th January 2018, in Pendeen Parish Hall commencing at 7pm. Please see the meeting poster. At that meeting, James Hardy (our Community Link Officer) will explain the detail of the four groups:
- The Steering Group will be responsible for the Project Plan and management
- The Built Environment and Natural Environment Groups will investigate and gather views on these topics
- The Community Engagement Group will communicate and keep records of all that happens
Participation in the groups should be seen as a two-year commitment, to see it through.
We hope to have the Chair of another Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group in the west of the county come to give us a brief talk of how they got their neighbourhood plan going.
Then we will divide into four groups, to share thoughts and establish how each group will move forward.
We look forward to seeing you at the meeting. We attach a poster if you are able to publicise this as widely as possible. Thank you. Meanwhile, if you have any queries or comments, please do not hesitate to contact us via the Locum Clerk, Mr Cas Leo, phone 788412 or call into the Council Office Monday-Wednesdays, or email email@example.com
Councillors on the Team
(Zoe Baxter, Marna Blundy, Sue James, Jonathan Manser, Constance Moore, Farmer Morris, Geoff Roberts, Debbie Shephard)