Plans in place to make more of The Moor in Falmouth

Plans in place to make more of The Moor in Falmouth

Plans in place to make more of The Moor in Falmouth

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Plans are underway to make more use of the public piazza on The Moor by staging a series of events.

Town manager, Richard Gates, said the first will take place during half term week in February when games’ days will be held to encourage people to the area.

“We are very mindful that the biggest challenge with The Moor is that people walk through it and do not stop,” said Mr Gates. “We want to create ideas that make people stop and keep them there for longer.

“We are trying to get more groups using it and create a hub, an area, that people will want to use over 2014.”

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4:48pm Thu 23 Jan 14

Gillian Zella Martin 09 says...

I think it is a great idea, what happens though about building work when the conversion to apartments takes place?
I think it is a great idea, what happens though about building work when the conversion to apartments takes place? Gillian Zella Martin 09
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6:53pm Thu 23 Jan 14

seacom says...

Just transfer some of the Events Square events to the Moor and give Falmouth back its center, or would this be to easy ?
Just transfer some of the Events Square events to the Moor and give Falmouth back its center, or would this be to easy ? seacom
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9:11am Fri 24 Jan 14

molesworth says...

Sounds good to me Seacom. The Events Square is too windy for me and Mrs M in any case.
Sounds good to me Seacom. The Events Square is too windy for me and Mrs M in any case. molesworth
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