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).
Communities in St Austell will have a greener Truro Road as local pupils from Pondhu Primary School, along with officers from Cornwall Council, have been planting trees today at the former Karensa site which stored equipment for social care services. Cornwall Council decided that to protect the public the derelict building on Truro Road, which […]
The people of Cornwall were asked to vote, and thanks to you Jubilee Pool has won national recognition as the proud winner of the national Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) 2017 People’s Choice Awards. The award recognises engineering excellence from across the UK, with 12 regional winners competing against each other for the national title. […]
The NHS and local government in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly are agreed that the way services are currently commissioned and provided won’t address the changing the needs of their local communities. Doing more of the same is financially unsustainable and will not guarantee that quality and safety of care will improve. All agree […]
Cornwall Council is asking residents for their views on proposals to add food waste to weekly recycling collections and to collect any remaining waste that can’t be recycled on a fortnightly basis. This system is used extensively by other councils in England and Wales and would help increase Cornwall’s recycling from its current rate […]
Cornwall Council will be meeting with representatives of the Office for National Statistics and other stakeholders in London tomorrow (13 December 2017) as part of the authority’s ongoing campaign for people in Cornwall to be given the chance to identify themselves as Cornish in the 2021 Census. Following the decision by the UK Government to […]