10 March 2021
Congratulations to Kirsty Arthur, Joan Beveridge and Steve Hynes, who have all been elected, unopposed, to St Ives Town Council, Nastassia Player, who has been elected unopposed, to St Erth Parish Council and to Gareth Looker who has has been elected, unopposed, to Helston Town Council.
It’s fantastic news that we already have so many people already in place. And Kirsty can sigh in relief as she is now firmly established as Mayor Elect in St Ives. She now gets to meet Joe Biden this summer!
There’s still so much you can do to help – DO GET INVOLVED
Thank you so much for standing up for your communities … and getting through all the paperwork!
6th May 2021
All Towns and Parishes
Police and Crime Commissioner
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“It is so good to see that the St Ives CLP is bringing in reinforcements to bolster-up what was our small, but wonderfully successful and knowledgeable team, of really superb Local Politicians.
The future opportunities and the happiness of the old (like me) the Mums and Dads and all the Children will continue to be a prime consideration for our Labour Politicians.
Our Labour Team will raise the quality and extend the breadth of everyday experiences and add considerable aesthetic and financial security for all those living and working in our most beautiful County.
Out will go humdrum and worry and in will come excitement, opportunities, satisfaction and happiness.
Thank you all so much for picking-up this challenge on our collective behalf.”
Harry Lees – member in Mullion & St Keverne and our amazing TULO
Facebook Comment 22/03/21
Nicole Broadhurst on Facebook
For Penzance Promenade
Hello. Someone on the doorstep asked me to give them a potted history of who I am and why I'm standing. (Ok, it wasn't that polite but it was a valid question. So, here is the first part of the See More
Marion Joan Beveridge on Facebook
For St Ives West Towednack
Out leafleting on the Penbeagle Estate this morning and got to see the Firefighters at St Ives Community Fire Station doing a training exercise. Lots of shouting of numbers and carting big, heavy ladders around. All very impressive!
I'm delighted to be elected-unopposed onto St Ives Town Council alongside my colleagues Steve Hynes and Kirsty Arthur, who will, of course, be Mayor of St Ives, as of May. Yay! We live in exciting times. Can't wait to get See More
Poverty can shorten your life expectancy by 10 years, with the well off enjoying an additional 20 years of good health. In St Ives we have the richest and the poorest living alongside each other, whilst most months of the See More
Nastassia Player on Facebook Page
For Long Rock, Marazion
and St Erth
It is really easy to vote from home, but you must register first. Visit www.earlyvote.labour.org.uk or www.cornwall.gov.uk/the-council-and-democracy/elections/different-ways-to-vote/#post See More
St Ives CLP on Facebook
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Call to All Volunteers! Just 3 weeks to go We need a hand or two to get our leaflets out there. And Do SHARE this! Please get in touch with your candidate (or anyone else you'd like to help) directly See More
Early Success! Congratulations to Kirsty Arthur, Joan Beveridge and Steve Hynes, who have all been elected, unopposed, to St Ives Town Council, Nastassia Player, who has been elected unopposed, to St Erth Parish Council and to Gareth Looker who has See More
February 23rd was Annual Budget Day for Cornwall Council.
Labour Councillors, Stephen Barnes, Dorothy Kirk, Jayne Kirkam and our own Cornelius Olivier, decided to vote against the Council Budget Plan for 2021-22, including a 5% rise in Council Tax.
“We are well aware of how badly Councils have been let down by government and we don’t disagree with everything the Lib-Dem?Independent controlled Administration has done or are trying to do. Far from it. But.
We don’t think they are doing enough or doing things in the right way and they need to listen to constructive criticism.”
Cornelius Olivier’s Facebook Post