A Public Meeting held at the Village Hall on Saturday 30th September 2017. Notes regarding views from the public on the desirability, or otherwise, of a bypass for Grampound (attended by approx. 100 residents).
Cornwall now has one of the lowest rates of new HIV diagnosis across England and the rate of late diagnosis, which has been a problem in Cornwall for some years, is now dropping faster than the national rate. The rate of HIV testing coverage is also significantly better than the national average at 77.3% vs […]
Results of the 2017 Cornwall Council resident survey show that while most people are satisfied with their local area as a place to live, the authority has room for improvement in changing satisfaction levels of residents. Overall, 82% of residents surveyed were satisfied with their local area as a place to live, however this varied […]
Work is continuing today to repair the main road into Coverack and support the local residents and businesses which were affected by the devastating flash floods which swept through the village on Tuesday evening. Yesterday the Council confirmed that it expected the road to re open early next week, significantly earlier than originally predicted, and […]
With recovery efforts still in full swing, the main road into Coverack is expected to open next week after devastating floods hit the small community, significantly ahead of the original projected timescales. The news was shared with residents at a meeting hosted by Cornwall Council and held at the Paris Hotel in Coverack this morning. […]
Bodmin Town Council are pleased to announce that CCTV is now being monitored by Cornwall Fire, Rescue and Community Safety (CFRCS) Service at their brand new Critical Control Centre in Tolvaddon. CFRCS Service have been monitoring CCTV for 8 town and parishes since July 2016 and is pleased that Bodmin will become the ninth town […]