Fancy becoming a Cornwall Councillor?

Fancy becoming a Cornwall Councillor?

Cornwall Council elections are being held on Thursday 6 May 2021, and there’s an opportunity to find out more about being a Cornwall Councillor at a special online event on Saturday 16 January. Cornwall Councillors make a huge difference to the quality of life for...
Welcome Jo!

Welcome Jo!

At the Parish Council meeting last night, councillors agreed to co-opt Jo Pentecost to fill the casual vacancy. There were 5 excellent candidates to choose from – which was not easy. Jo has been a frequent visitor to Perranporth since her childhood and moved here...
Parish Councillor Vacancy

Parish Councillor Vacancy

Please consider standing as a parish councillor to represent your community. We have a vacancy in the Perranporth Ward due to the sad loss of Councillor Viv Hill. The opportunity has now passed for residents to request an election and no such request has been made. If...
Remembrance Sunday

Remembrance Sunday

Arrangements for Remembrance Sunday: The Church and the Parish Council have been working together to ensure that we all have the opportunity to remember those who have fallen in conflict. Rules put in place for our safety mean that things have to take place in a...
Parish Councillor Vacancy

Parish Councillor Vacancy

There is currently a vacancy for a Parish Councillor to join the team following the sad passing of Viv Hill earlier this year. Residents have the opportunity to request an election – as per the notice. However, no elections can be held at the moment and the next...
Clerk Update – October

Clerk Update – October

Now we have heard the latest government guidelines as we move into the autumn, the Parish Council is here to support the local community through these uncertain times. Covid-19 We have worked with Cornwall Council and the Office of Police and Crime Commissioner to...
Bench installed – Goonhavern

Bench installed – Goonhavern

Thanks to Mike Male for installing this new bench in Goonhavern. Now locals can pause for a breather on a brand new bench. Things are starting to return to normal and it’s good to be working through the list of outstanding maintenance issues around the...
More reporting means more policing

More reporting means more policing

The best way to tackle these problems with anti-social behaviour in Perranporth is to have a greater police presence here. As we all know, funding for the police has been cut back and it will take a while to recover. In the meantime, we need to make it clear that we...
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...