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It’s great to see the bells returned to the historic clock tower in Truro Municipal Buildings. City Hall and the clock tower were badly damaged by fire in 1914, which left only the side of the tower that faces Boscawen Street remaining in its original granite form. The bells were removed while work was carried […]

Great day for Truro as South West in Bloom judges visit the city

Yesterday was a great day as we welcomed judges Nigel Bloxham and Richard Beale to the city for this year’s South West in Bloom competition. Truro certainly showed itself at its very best, with wonderful floral displays and incredible examples of environmental initiatives and community involvement. Huge thanks and congratulations to the Truro in Bloom […]

Getting ready for South West in Bloom 

Next week judges from South West in Bloom will be coming to Truro to see our great little city. We are very proud of the city’s achievements in both the South West in Bloom and Britain in Bloom competitions, having won Gold Awards, including Champion of Champions Gold Medals, in both events in the past, […]

Mayor joins Shopwatch meeting

Truro Mayor Carol Swain joined representatives of up to 20 Truro businesses for a Shopwatch meeting this week. Hosted by Truro BID, the meetings provide an opportunity for local businesses to share city centre crime related topics, local knowledge and issues. Also joining the Mayor at this week’s meeting were representatives from the police, Truro’s […]

Children’s Day

Well done to everyone involved with this year’s Children’s Day It was great to see so many children and families taking part in this year’s Children’s Day event. With even more entertainment and activities than ever before, including exciting mountain bike stunt shows, skateboarding demos, have a-go sessions, lovely dance performances and fun stalls, there […]

Treffry Road Community Wood and Orchard  

Treffry Road Community Wood and Orchard   We are incredibly proud of the community fruit and nut orchard and native woodland which the City Council has developed on land adjacent to the Treffry estate.   Led by our Parks, Amenities & Facilities Officer Richard Budge, our countryside rangers have done an amazing job in creating a […]