Falmouth Town Council have released details of their July budget showing that they spent a total of £228,412.84.

The largest individual payments went towards the design of the new skatepark (£29,700) and ordering children's play equipment for the bowling green (£25,490.41).

A new fire alarm system for the Municipal Buildings cost £19,800 and a new intruder alarm set them back £11,400, whilst £11,296.75 was paid towards Cornwall Council's pension scheme.

Maintenance work to CCTV cameras on Arwenack Street cost £1,000 and a lunch at Princess Pavilion for the South West in Bloom awards cost £360.

Grounds and facilities manager Simon Penna got a new iPhone case costing £12.99, and the council paid £2,392.50 as a 50 per cent deposit for two picnic tables and benches.

A total of £135 was spent on business cards for councillors, and £8,996.55 was spent on public toilet maintenance and business rates.

This year's Christmas lights cost the council £3,500.

Falmouth Stroke club were given a grant of £650 along with Scruffy Mutt Theatre who received £900.

It cost the council £600 to hire the Mackinnon and Saunders exhibit for the Falmouth Art Gallery.

The budget can be read in full on Falmouth Town Council's website in the agenda for the last meeting of the Finance and General Purposes committee.