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).
People across Cornwall are being urged to take a stand against hate crime by finding out more about the services available from organisations in Cornwall, how people can support victims of hate and how hate can be reported to these organisations. A series of events across Cornwall will be highlighting the issue during ‘We Say […]
Cornwall Council is using National Adoption Week (16-22 October) to highlight the need in Cornwall for potential adoptive parents willing to open their homes to sibling groups. Around 40 children a year are placed in loving homes in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, and those who are siblings wait longer than single children for […]
Joseph Buckingham (31) of Woodend Road, Plymouth pleaded guilty at Bodmin Magistrates Court on 12 October 2017 to fly-tipping in a country lane just outside Bodmin in April 2017. Mr Buckingham was previously convicted of a similar offence at Bodmin Magistrates Court in October 2016. For this latest offence, Mr Buckingham was ordered to […]
A Cornwall Council scheme has loaned more than £2m to property owners to bring over 100 formerly empty homes back into use over the past 4 years. Cornwall Council cabinet member for homes Andrew Mitchell says: “One of our Cabinet priorities is to help tackle the housing shortage by bringing empty properties back into […]
Cornwall Council is asking people in Launceston for their views on declaring the town an Air Quality Management Area. This is an important first step in improving air quality as it ensures there is an action plan for the town and opens up funding opportunities for measures that could help to improve local air quality. […]