The Town Council Offices will be closed from 12pm on Friday 22nd December 2017, re-opening on Tuesday 2nd January 2018.
Best wishes for the festive season from all at Camborne Town Council
“Nadelik Lowen ha Blydhen Nowydh Da”
An exciting and challenging opportunity to provide ICT systems and Support Services detailed to Camborne Town Council. Potential bidders are to ensure they possess the relevant knowledge, experience and equipment within their organisation to perform all aspects of the contract for the Council when considering the quotes / tenders. Full details are given under the "Active Tenders" tab on the menu bar.
Welcome to the very first edition of 'Going Up!'.
As part of our campaign to improve public awareness of the Town Council initiatives, we've transformed the old "Camborne Hill' newsletter to create all-new, handy sized publication.
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We are pleased to inform you that the fountain has been re-filled and is up and running. At this time it is not possible to gauge any damage to the bacterial sensors until the results of the latest sample testing are finalized but the pump appears to have escaped any damage.
Police investigations into the recent act of vandalism continue.
The Members and Officers of Camborne Town Council are pleased to welcome Councillor John Morgan, who was co-opted at a meeting of the Full Council on Thursday 29th June 2017,to fill the vacancy in the Treswithian Ward. John is a member of the Conservative Party.
A ground breaking project which involves eight West Cornwall town councils working closely with Cornwall Fire, Rescue and Community Safety Service and Devon and Cornwall Police to use CCTV to reduce crime and anti social behaviour, and protect vulnerable people in their local communities was officially launched on Monday, 19 December.
Cornwall Fire & Rescue Service are offering a free Home Fire Safety Check to all residents that submit a request. This is an excellent opportunity for all home owners for a free safety inspection of their home conducted by trained specialists in the field.
A copy of the request, along with the contact number to call, is attached below for your information
After 19 years of outstanding service, in all winds and weathers, Dave Summers has decided to leave Camborne Town Council's Amenities Team and begin to enjoy a well-deserved retirement with his wife Doreen. The Mayor expressed the gratitude of all Councillors, past and present, for his hard work and willingness to "go the extra mile" on behalf of the Council and it's parishioners.
It is with great sadness that we heard the news that former Town Councillor and Chair of the Town Council passed away peacefully on Saturday 10th September.
Councillor Godolphin was first elected to the Town Council in November in 1994 and remained a dedicated representative for the Camborne South Ward, until she retired from service in July 2005. Councillor Godolphin was elected as Chairman of the Council in May 1998 and her hard work and commitment was recognised by her fellow Members when she was re-elected for a further year in May 1999.