Clerk Update – July

Clerk Update – July

Now that we are easing out of lockdown, there is the usual summer buzz about the parish. This is a welcome relief for many and a great boost for our local economy. Many local residents though are concerned about the sudden influx of visitors which is making our...
Visitor to the rescue

Visitor to the rescue

Huge thanks to this chap who’s visiting Perranporth and happened to be on the top of Chapel Rock  when the flag pole snapped. It had rusted through and someone was holding onto it in the high winds when it toppled over. He managed to save it from crashing down...
CoastSnap Beach Monitoring

CoastSnap Beach Monitoring

You can help to collect coastal data for Perranporth Beach. Plymouth Coastal Observatory alongside the Environment Agency and Cornwall Council and other local authorities are rolling out CoastSnap sites for key beaches in the Southwest of England. The CoastSnap...
Police support for community

Police support for community

The Office of the Police Crime Commissioner has made funds available to selected parishes to help tackle anti-social behaviour over the next 10 week period. We have been working with them to agree a package of measures: additional monitoring hours of our CCTV system,...
Annual Return – 2019-20

Annual Return – 2019-20

The Parish Council has completed its annual financial report for 2019-20. Any parishioner is entitled to view the year’s financial records during the period 15th June – 24th July. Please contact the office to make an appointment if you would like to come.
Watch out for Covid scams

Watch out for Covid scams

Sadly there are lots of people who are being caught out by scammers trying to exploit the Coronavirus pandemic by extracting money. Please be really, really careful and do not give money to anyone you don’t know and trust. Be #ScamAware. See poster
Clerk Update – July

Clerk Update – June

We hope you are all keeping well and safe in these changing and still uncertain times. The Parish Council has continued to be a busy place as we respond to developing circumstances and help to prepare for the ‘new normal’ while still maintaining our usual services and...
No overnight stays!

No overnight stays!

A clear message that it’s NOT OK to stay overnight. The Parish Council has employed a security firm to carry out regular patrols and move on people in tents or camper vans who shouldn’t be there. Cornwall Council and Devon & Cornwall Police statement....
Council Update on services

Council Update on services

It has been a busy bank holiday weekend and we are saddened by the deaths and casualties at sea which have taken place in Cornwall. The Parish Council is liaising with the Surf Life Saving Club, RNLI and St Agnes Parish Council. Our current understanding is that the...