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Annual Parish Awards
Clarence Coombe Memorial Award
The Council wishes to recognise outstanding achievements, by person or persons who have served Carn Brea Parish.

The Clarence Coombe Memorial Award is in memory of the late Clarence Coombe, a well-respected Councillor who served Carn Brea Parish for many years.
The award will be presented to a nominee, who has served in Carn Brea Parish and who has given lifelong service, performed a heroic deed, or attained individual achievement through work, study, conquest of illness or disability etc.

Marise Levenson Award
The Marise Levenson Memorial Award is in memory of the late Marise Levenson. The award recognises the contribution of young people in the community, and will be presented to a young person under the age of 18 who has served in Carn Brea Parish and who has contributed to the local community through charitable acts, altruistic caring acts or unrecognised achievements etc.
2024 Annual Parish Awards Poster
CBPC Local Achievement Award
The Local Achievement Award is to recognise the contribution by an individual where they have gone above and beyond for an individual or group in their local community.

How To Nominate
Proposals should be made in writing by letter or email to the Clerk stating the award nominated for and reasons for the nominations.

All nominations should be received by 5th April 2024
Clerk to the Council

Scryvynyas dhe Consel

Andrew Moyle-Browning

Treloweth Community Hall, Moorfield Road, Pool, Cornwall, TR15 3QB

Tel.no: 01209 313014

Email: clerk@carnbreaparishcouncil.gov.uk
Emergency First Aid Training 3rd Date Poster
Carn Brea Parish Council Emergency First Aid Training Day

NEW DATE - SATURDAY 16TH MARCH 2024

Treloweth Community Hall 9.00am - 5.00pm inc lunch break
Please bring your own packed lunch

Light Refreshments provided during the day

Spaces are Limited

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO BOOK YOUR PLACE:

01209 313014

admin@carnbreaparishcouncil.gov.uk
Climate Change
Carn Brea Parish Council have declared a Climate Emergency and recognise the need to make changes to their own practises. We will also work to support others to make changes which will help to reduce carbon emissions, tackle climate change and protect our environment.

Carn Brea Parish Council are part of the Camborne, Pool, Illogan and Redruth Climate Change Network where we are represented by Cllr. Barrie Watkins.