St Mewan proposals to annex St Ewe Parish are withdrawn

16th July. Cornwall Council has received St Ewe Parish Council’s Submission (available to download here) for no change (ref: 2019070086) for the Community Governance Review for Cornwall. It will be passed to the Electoral Review Panel and they may have additional questions, in which case they will be in touch again.

4th July, 9.00 pm — JUST IN: Thank you to everyone who contributed to an excellent result! Judging from the extraordinary meeting of St Mewan Parish Council this evening, it appears that the semi-urban parish of St Mewan PC has a very different definition of viability and sustainability than the rural parish of St Ewe. Thankfully St Mewan listened to all those ‘boots on the ground’ that showed St Mewan what community cohesion and future viability mean for St Ewe.

St Mewan has retracted both proposals to annex St Ewe parish and we all agree to continue as the best of neighbours.

Thank you St Mewan PC for listening to the heartfelt reason of St Ewe parishioners.


1st July JUST IN: There is a new St Mewan Parish Council proposal to Cornwall Council to enlarge its borders:

The St Mewan working party recommends to its parish council that St Mewan:
• form an “enlarged St Mewan Parish” by annexing all of St Ewe parish.
• 2 councillors on St Mewan parish council would represent all of St Ewe Parish.

Come to the St Mewan PC extraordinary meeting at
Sticker Football Club, 7pm, 4th July
PL26 7EN

St Mewan PC, Agenda 4th July
St Mewan PC, Draft CGR Submission to Cornwall Council July 2019
St Mewan PC, Annexation Maps  (4MB document – pertinent maps copied below)

Do you want decisions for St Ewe parish to be made at St Mewan Parish Council?

Contact Christine Wilson: annexation of all of ST EWE parish

St Ewe Parish Council must respond to Cornwall Council’s Community Governance Review panel about this proposal by mid-July.

St Ewe Parish Council would like to know what the residents affected by St Mewan’s proposal think.

St Mewan Parish Council made this proposal (below) in may and it was discussed with representatives from St Mewan Parish Council and representatives from Grampound with Creed Parish Council during the Public Session of an extraordinary meeting of St Ewe Parish Council held Tuesday, 28 May – Draft Minutes.

Link to St Ewe Parish Council’s consultation letter delivered to residents and businesses affected by the proposal: consultation letter.

St Mewan previous (May 2019) proposal.
Email the parish council with your thoughts:

A new Affordable Housing project is underway for St Ewe!

St Ewe Affordable Housing

St Ewe Glebe Terrace, July 2017

The Housing Survey completed in July this year identified 26 households that would benefit from St Ewe Affordable Housing. See the SEAHL webpage for the housing survey report.

At its meeting on 12 November the Parish Council resolved to pursue more affordable housing for St Ewe. Anyone interested in affordable housing in St Ewe Parish is welcome to attend the

Tuesday, 27 November, 7.00 pm
St Ewe Village Hall

See you there!

St Ewe Housing Needs Survey

ST EWE HOUSING NEEDS SURVEY – closing date was 20th July 2018

Thank you to everyone who participated in the survey!

In order to find out more about the housing need in ST EWE PARISH, this survey should:

  • demonstrate the need for affordable housing,
  • provide vital information to help plan new developments, and
  • demonstrate the level of community support for new development.

Cornwall Council is now collating the data and they will make their final report in due course.

For information about this survey and how it will be used you can visit:

Request for photos of traffic problems

St Ewe Parish Council has the opportunity to request signage for the problem roads and ‘pinch points’ in the parish, but permission for the signs may not be granted without evidence.

If you have a photograph of large vehicles – buses, lorries, etc – stuck in the lanes in the parish, please forward them to the clerk, with:

  1. A DATE and
  3. WHAT HAPPENED (for example, how long it was stuck and how it got out)

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Tree Wardens in Cornwall

Message from Cornwall Council:

Dear Parish

You may or may not be aware of the tree warden scheme that the Tree Council has been running since 1991. More information can be found here on the Tree Council website. There are already a number of tree wardens within Cornwall and following a number of enquiries we are seeking interest in revitalising and extending this initiative within Cornwall to interested parishes.Continue Reading Tree Wardens in Cornwall

Planning application PA18/00499 withdrawn for more consultation with the parish.

PA18/00499 Outline planning application for up to 4 residential dwellings – Land West of St Ewe Village Hall, School Hill, St Ewe, Cornwall PL26 6EY.

The case officer reported “the applicant has decided to withdraw the application and intends to have further discussions with the Parish Council.”

The Parish Council will keep you posted regarding this application, via this notice page and also in the Agendas to its meetings, which are open to the public. Members of the public may have their say during the Public Session at the beginning of each parish council meeting.

Extraordinary meeting 19 Feb for planning PA18/00499, houses next to the Village Hall

St Ewe Village Hall

The parish council will discuss this planning application and consider its consultee comments on Monday 19 February at 7.00 pm in the Village Hall. Members of the public are cordially invited to the Parish Council meeting and may comment if they wish during the Public Session at the beginning of the meeting.

PA18/00499 Outline planning application for up to 4 residential dwellings – Land West of St Ewe Village Hall, School Hill, St Ewe, Cornwall PL26 6EY.

A link to online information for this application is HERE.
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Inauguration of refurbished Kestle Kiosk

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!

Kestle Kiosk, St Ewe Parish

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