Truro’s community hubs project is extended for further 12 months

Truro City Council has announced details of its plans to continue the delivery of community hubs through the Sunshine Café model over the next 12 months. As part of its commitment to creating a “Great Little City” for people to live, work and visit, the council’s community development service delivers a wide range of activities […]

Truro City Council appoints new permanent Town Clerk

Truro City Council has appointed David Rodda MBE as the new permanent Town Clerk for Truro. David, previously the Interim Town Clerk, was appointed to the permanent role following a robust recruitment process which attracted applications from a number of high-quality candidates from across the UK. The City Council had been without a permanent Town […]

Denzil has gone to Chelsea

You can view a short film about the hedgehogs and Denzil’s restoration here : Five and a half weeks ago one of Truro’s famous wooden hedgehogs left his roundabout home in the centre of the city to have a much-needed makeover. Now, fully restored to his former glory, Denzil has gone on yet another journey […]

Welcome to new Truro City Councillor Zach Griffths.

Zach, who has been formally co-opted on to the Council as the new ward member for Tregolls, was previously an emergency medical technician with Southwest Ambulance Service in Dorset. After working with the Red Cross as a Volunteer First Responder/Community Educator and responding to humanitarian crises around the world, including the Syrian Refugee crisis in […]

Mayor of Truro is re-elected to serve for a second year

14 May 2024 Councillor Carol Swain has been re-elected to serve as Mayor for Truro for a second year at the annual mayor making ceremony held at Truro Methodist Church on Monday, 13 May,  Originally from Lancashire, Cllr Swain trained as an accountant after obtaining an honours degree in Mathematics from the University of Oxford. […]