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Committed to the preservation and enhancement of the beautiful and historic Cornish town of Falmouth.

The Falmouth Civic Society was formed in 1972 and since that time the Society has played its part in bringing influence to bear on the planning process to secure the preservation of the maritime and architectural history of the town whilst at the same time supporting renewal where appropriate by sympathetic and complementary development.



The latest blue plaque which is in honour of Robert Were Fox 1789-1877 at Rosehill House, now part of Falmouth University. He was a Victorian Quaker philanthropist, inventor and natural philosopher

blue plaque


Our latest newsletter

Minutes of Committee Meetings

We are raising money to replace the Fitzroy Barometer and restore its housing, See poster


Recording of talks on NEWS page also the latest newsletter.

Our response to Supporting Housing Delivery & Public Service Infrastructure Consultation

Latest Planning Applications

Minutes of 2021 AGM

Our walking trail of Falmouth.

Click here to download or print.

Click here for links to more detailed information on sites.

We have also produced a German version for our many German visitors.


Dates for your diary

Princess Pavilion Christmas Lunch 6th December 12.30 for 1.00pm


Falmouth's Neighbourhood Plan

Falmouth Neighbourhood Plan Referendum result: 3,471 ‘yes’votes (93.6%) 228 ‘no’ votes (6.1%), 6 votes rejected. Turnout 21.08%. The Plan is now is part of the development plan and carries full weight in Planning decisions.

List of Falmouth's Opeways

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