For the princely price of a pound, St Ewe Parish Council bought this old telephone box and, with a good bit of work by local volunteers, Terry, Allan & Alison, Kestle’s Kiosk is looking great. It was officially opened by local artist John Trend, who painted the lovely map that has already helped a few walkers through the hamlet. In the bleak midwinter, a cheerful lighted Christmas Tree has also been seen inside!
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ST EWE PARISH COUNCIL
NOTICE OF CO-OPTION TO THE PARISH COUNCIL
One vacancy remains after the uncontested election of seven councillors for St Ewe Parish. Two new councillors were co-opted at the 15 May meeting.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, as provided by Section 21 of the Representation of the People Act 1985, that St Ewe Parish Council may fill the vacancy by co-option at its next meeting to be held on
24 JULY 2017.
If you have any questions, ring Cllr J Lockyer, 01726 844 276.
6th May 2017. The last pipe.
24th April 2017. Other side of bridge.
The Parish Meeting is also known as the Annual Meeting of the Electors, chaired by the Chairman of the Parish Council. The Police usually attend and give a short report, and the Parish Council Chairman will deliver his/her annual report.
Any member of the community is welcome to come and have their say.
Parish Groups are invited to give a report on their activities (under 3 minutes please). If an organisation sends its report to the Clerk, it will be included in the Minutes of the meeting and it can be longer.
The Parish Meeting is followed by the Annual Meeting of the Parish Council and then an Ordinary Meeting of the Parish Council.
Have you seen the missing finger which used to point toward Grampound? It fell off around Christmas time.
Unfortunately, if it is not found the cost of replacing it will probably be quite high, so if you know anything about it, please contact the clerk – or any of the Parish Councillors. Thank you!
Clerk to the Parish Council
01208 831 283
NOTICE of the uncontested election of the following seven
Parish Councillors for St Ewe Parish
The councillors will take office on 9th May 2017.
The next meeting will be the Annual Meeting of the Parish Council on 15 May 2017
(held after the Annual Parish Meeting) in the St Ewe Village Hall at 7.00 pm.
St Ewe Parish Council will then be looking to co-opt three more councillors. If you have any queries, please contact a councillor or the Clerk.
Allan Brooks, Kestle House, Kestle, St Ewe, St Austell PL26 6EP
Diane Clemes, Tregilgas Farm, Gorran, St Austell PL26 6ND
John Dickinson, Western Barn, Bosue, St Ewe, St Austell PL26 6EU
Trevor Harman, The White House, St Ewe, St Austell PL26 6EY
Trevor Johns, Poldark, Polmassick, St Ewe, St Austell PL26 6HA
Janet Lockyer, Mill Cottage, Polmassick, St Ewe, St Austell PL26 6HA
Will Richards, Trudgian Farm, St Ewe, St Austell PL26 6EU
More information about the election on the Cornwall Council website HERE.
NOTICE of the candidates for election to Cornwall Council
in the St Mewan Division
The election will take place on Thursday 4th May 2017
Robin TEVERSON, Thornparks House, Tucoyse, Polmassick, Tregony TR2 5SJ
Cherilyn WILLIAMS, Park Cottage, Portmellon, Mevagissey, St Austell PL26 6PL
The Conservative Party
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The election of parish and county councillors is Thursday, 4th May 2017.
What is a Parish Councillor?
You can find out more about the process at the Cornwall Council website:
Click here for guidance for Candidates.
Nomination papers are available now from Will Richards or from the One Stop Shop in St Austell.
The Papers must be turned in by 4.00 pm on 4th April 2017. You should give yourself time to have the papers checked. Make a appointment to turn in your nomination papers so that you know all is in order.
Feel free to speak with your parish councillors about what it means to be a councillor for St Ewe Parish: a list of St Ewe Parish Councillors.
New scheme to allow some Blue Badge holders to park for free in Cornwall Council car parks
29 June 2016
Blue Badge holders, with a registered disabled vehicle that qualifies for free tax, are able to register their vehicle to park for free in Cornwall Council car parks from 1 July.
Have your say
We bought them for £1 each! Now, what are we going to do with them? Contact a parish councillor or the clerk with your ideas about how to use these Red Telephone Boxes. You can also come to the next Parish Council Meeting on –
Monday, 11 July, 7pm at the Village Hall.
Would you like your Parish Council (using your taxes) to spend £2,000 – £3,500 for a defibrillator in one or both of the telephone boxes? Would you like to fund raise for this equipment?