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RFA ARGUS ARRIVES BACK IN THE UK AFTER SIERRA LEONE DEPLOYMENT

The Royal Fleet Auxiliary ship RFA Argus has arrived back in the UK having completed its deployment to Sierra Leone where it supported the fight against Ebola.

Her embarked helicopters from 820 Naval Air Squadron departed on Monday 6 April and have arrived back at RNAS Culdrose; and the ship arrived back into Falmouth today, 7 April at 0800.

Town Team – Multi-Skilled Operative Vacancy

GRADE 2/3
SCP 10 – 17
£14,338 – £17,372

The Council is changing the way it provides environmental services and building and asset maintenance and management, and is seeking to recruit the above role.

The Town Team will be proactive in delivering improvements within the community as well as being quickly reactive in resolving defects.  The team will strive for excellence in maintaining the community’s assets including municipal buildings, cemeteries, play areas, sports facilities and public gardens.

Christmas Lights Switch On 2014 Nominations

This year once again we are seeking nominations from a worthy member of the local community to light up Falmouth on Thursday 4th December at 7pm on the Moor.  If you have any nominees please forward their details and the reason why you feel they deserve the chance to switch on Falmouth’s Christmas lights. This can either be via email Ruth@falmouth.co.uk  or telephone the Town Team office (Town Management/BID) 01326 313553.

Falmouth Tall Ships Regatta Evaluation 2014

Following the successful Falmouth Tallships Regatta 2014 Visit Cornwall are now evaluating the event and would be grateful for your feedback to help them understand the importance of events such as these to Falmouth and Cornwall. The survey will only take a few minutes to complete and the information will be used to help with the planning of future festivals. All responses are anonymous and no individuals will be identified through the survey.

Former Post Office

Following community consultations around the future delivery of Council services from The Moor, and the community’s request for more meeting space, Falmouth Town Council have taken the ground breaking step of acquiring the former Post Office. This is to ensure the iconic building was not lost to residential development. It will also enable the Council to provide public meeting rooms and space. It will also ensure The Moor remains as the hub for the delivery of municipal services.

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