Would you like a walking buddy?

Cornwall Neighbourhoods for Change are looking for 50 people who would like to have a walking buddy in Camborne, Pool, Illogan, Redruth and the Mining Villages.

You would be supported to go out on small social distanced walks.

Increase your confidence and activity levels for you and your walking buddy.

Finding yourself isolated …

Unpaid carers do you want to understand your benefits and entitlements?

Free zoom course for unpaid carers.

CAB (Citizens Advice Bureaux) will be delivering a session that will give an overview of the support and financial assistance available to carers including; benefits for carers and the people they care for, changes of circumstance, NI contributions, pensions and acting on someone’s behalf.

Why is this important?
Illegal off-road riding and driving cause real damage to the landscape, heritage sites and can harm livestock. The use of off-road vehicles without authority is an offence, causes anti social issues and in some cases the vehicles are uninsured and illegal for use on the road.

The Census will continue to take place during these uncertain times and there are temporary jobs available across the region. The way some of the roles are completed may change, and everyone’s health and safety will be paramount.

If you know anyone who may be interested in these roles please tell them to visit censusjobs.co.uk for …

The Parish Council has been made aware that a number of households in the parish have received a leaflet on the Rum Maturation Planning Application.  For clarity, we do not know who produced or distributed this.  It has not come from the Parish Council.  

Whilst our Clerk is always happy to receive comments on planning …

This planning application  PA20/09415 will be discussed at the next meeting on Thursday 19th. Please follow the link below if you wish to look at the application.

http://planning.cornwall.gov.uk/online-applications

The document below contains details of the project from the developer.

Rum Maturation Project Download

Gwennap Parish Council has a requirement for seven council members, and due to recent departures are are currently hoping to co-opt a new council member to maintain our number.

If you would like to take part in some of the decisions made in your local area, we would encourage you to consider joining the parish council.

If …

PART-TIME PARISH CLERK AND RESPONSIBLE FINANCIAL OFFICER – 20 HOURS PER WEEK

(Salary SCP 9-12, starting salary from £20,344 pro rata, depending on experience, in line with NALC recommendations for part-time Clerks)

We are looking for an excellent communicator, administrator and manager to support the work of the Parish Council.

The Council works proactively for its parish residents …

The Parish Council is currently operating without a Clerk. Please bear with us while we recruit a new Clerk for the important role in the Council. In the short term we will be dealing with essential business only and running a waiting list for non-urgent queries for when we have the administrative support that we …

Censure Statement made at the meeting of Gwennap Parish Council 20th February 2020

At a meeting of Gwennap Parish Council held on 20th February 2020, the Council resolved to adopt the outcomes of the Decision Notice CCN013/19/20 issued by the Monitoring Officer in respect of a breach of the Council’s Code of Conduct. Councillor Lanyon is …