Church Hill, Fore St, Jubilee Rd, Pensilva – Closed – 23rd Feb to 11th March 2015

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The County of Cornwall (Church Hill Fore Street Jubilee Road and Road From Jubilee Road To Foredown Park Pensilva) (Temporary Prohibition of Through Traffic) Order 2015

Notice is hereby given that Cornwall Council has made the above Order dated 19th February 2015 prohibiting the use by through traffic of the undermentioned lengths of road at Pensilva. This restriction is necessary for surface dressing preparation and road marking renewal works. Exemptions are provided in the Order for emergency vehicles.  It is expected that the Order will be in effect from 23rd February to 11th March 2015 (24 hours weekends included)

Roads Closed

  • Church Hill for its entire length
  • Fore Street for its entire length
  • Jubilee Road for its entire length
  • Road From Jubilee Road To Foredown Park for its entire length

Alternative Route

From the south west end of the closure take a northerly direction along the B3254 to the junction with Higher Road and then take an easterly direction along Higher Road  and Princess Road to the north east end of the closure; and vice versa

Matt Stribley, Traffic Manager

For further information please contact: Simon Trevains, CORMAC Solutions Ltd, Tel: 0300 1234 222

 

The County of Cornwall (Shute Lane Pensilva) (Temporary Prohibition of Through Traffic) Order 2014

Notice is hereby given that Cornwall Council has made the above Order dated 27th November 2014 prohibiting the use by through traffic of the undermentioned length of road at Pensilva. This restriction is necessary for leaking mains pipe repair works. Exemptions are provided in the Order for emergency vehicles.  It is expected that the Order will be in effect from 1st to 3rd December 2014 (24 hours)

Road Closed

Shute Lane between grid references SX 29420 67924 and SX 29474 68009

Alternative Route

From the northern end of the closure take a north westerly direction to the junction with Tenacres Lane and then take a north easterly direction along Tenacres Lane to the junction with St Ive Road.  Take a south easterly direction along St Ive Road to The Forge at Gang and then take a south westerly direction to the next road junction.  Take a westerly and south westerly direction to end of the closure; and vice versa

Matt Stribley, Traffic Manager

For further information please contact: South West Water, Tel: 0844 346 2020

Christmas and New Year Waste Collections, 2014/15

There will be no rubbish, clinical waste, recycling or garden waste collections on Christmas Day or Boxing Day.

If your garden waste or recycling collection is due on Christmas Day or Boxing Day, it will be collected on Saturday 27 December.

Rubbish and clinical waste will be collected on the scheduled collection day the following week.

The table below shows how collections are affected, to view your households full collection calendar go to www.cornwall.gov.uk

Date Rubbish/Clinical Recycling/Garden
Christmas Day

Thursday 25

December

No collection

Next collection on

Thursday 1 January.

No collection 

Next collection on

Saturday 27 December.

Boxing Day

Friday 26 December

No collection

Next collection on Friday 2 January.

No collection

Next collection on

Saturday 27 December.

 These are the only collection days that are affected over Christmas, all other collections will remain unchanged.

Household Waste and Recycling Centres.

The Household Waste and Recycling Centres will be closed on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day.

Christmas trees

We will collect real Christmas trees in the weeks starting 12 January and 19 January.  Put your tree out on your normal rubbish collection day on the alternate week to your recycling collection. The trees will be collected for free and then shredded and composted.

You can also take your tree to the Household Waste and Recycling Centres.

 

Christmas cards

There are various charity collections for Christmas cards.  You can also put them in your cardboard bag as part of your household recycling collection.

 

Envelopes

Envelopes can go in your household recycling collection.  White envelopes should go into the paper bag, coloured or brown envelopes should go with the cardboard.

Wrapping paper

We can take wrapping paper that isn’t coated with foil or plastic.  Please put all non-shiny wrapping paper in bag for paper, and remove any sticky tape, string or ribbons.

Cardboard

Over Christmas there are a lot of extra cardboard boxes. Flatten the boxes and put them in the orange cardboard bag.

If the boxes are too big, flat pack them, tie them in a bundle and put them out next to your recycling. If you have very large amounts of cardboard, you can either take it to your local Household Waste and Recycling Centres or put it out for the kerbside collection over a couple of weeks.

Tin Foil

Put scrunched up tin foil into the sack for plastic bottles and cans.

Chocolate and biscuit tins

You can put chocolate and biscuit tins out for recycling in the sack for plastic bottles and tins. We can only accept metal sweet and biscuit tins. We can’t take the plastic tubs.

Additional recycling

If you have more kerbside recycling then usual, please put it out in carrier bags.  Glass bottles and jars must be put in a rigid box.

Food waste

Many of us tend to over cater at Christmas, and this shows in the amount of food and extra rubbish we collect in the New Year.

The best way to reduce food waste is to write a shopping list and stick to it.

Think about how many people you will be feeding and just buy enough for them. Remember, if you don’t like sprouts, you don’t have to buy them!

 

Stolen Sarisen Mechanical Landrover 110

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From Rebecca Payne
Stolen – Early hours of Thursday morning from Higher Road Pensilva, Landrover 110 distinctive sign written vehicle, winch on front, worklights on back also all of my husbands tools and diagnostic equipment (mobile mechanic) also stolen in same timeframe were power tools from Mendology garage doors.
We believe the Landrover was taken at around 3AM, it was then sighted at between 7 and 8AM on the lanes between Golberdon and Callington.
My husbands business and livelihood has been taken in one go, because it is such a distinctive vehicle we believe it is likely to be hidden somewhere and at the moment we suspect it could still be in the Golberdon area.
Please report sightings of the vehicle also be on the look out for toerags selling expensive good make tools (snap on, mac tools e.t.c).

UPDATE – Rebecca Payne The landy was found on Saturday pm by someone that had seen our post on fb, obviously the contents have gone.
We along with David Rogers of Mendology garage doors are offering a total reward of £1500 for information leading to a conviction and a sizeable amount of the contents returned.
We believe the stolen items are likely to be in the local area, these people are not professional thieves, they seem to have forgotten a few things.

UPDATE – A white transit van has been seen selling tools in the Pensilva / Callington area. Please tell the police if you come across it.

Honda Stepwagon P227 KBC

Anyone (like the owner) who knows anything about a Honda Stepwagon, Registration number, P227 KBC, which has been parked or abandoned for some considerable time on the Village Hall Car Park, in Church Hill, Pensilva.

Please contactPhil Browning, Environmental Crime Enforcement Officer

Public Protection & Business Support(Area 4)

Cornwall Council, Dolcoath Avenue , Camborne, Cornwall , TR14 8SX
Tel: 01726 223519- Internal: 423519- E-mail: philip.browning@cornwall.gov.uk
www.cornwall.gov.uk

 

Cornwall Council stages first live online Q & A session as public invited to quiz Cabinet Member on budget

This year Cornwall Council is embracing digital channels as part of its budget consultation process to encourage as many people as possible to join in the conversation.

Earlier this month the Council published its proposals for saving £196m over the next four years.  The unprecedented scale of the savings required means that all areas of the Council are affected by the draft proposals.  However, rather than simply ‘salami slice’ every service, the authority has developed a four year plan which will help protect the three key priority areas identified by the public and Members during last year’s budget consultation.  These are services for the most vulnerable in society (including vulnerable adults, children, older people and the poorest), public transport, and road repairs and maintenance.

We want to hear the views of local residents, businesses and partners on where cuts and savings could be made and to come up with any suggestions for increasing income.    As part of this consultation we are holding 19 consultation events across Cornwall during October to enable people to find out more about their budget proposals and to have their say.  Details of the consultation events are available from our website.

As well as broadcasting a live webcast about the budget on the evening of September 30 from the Council Chamber, we are also hosting a live, two hour online question and answer session on Thursday, 25 September when Alex Folkes, the Council’s Cabinet Member for Finance and Resources, will be available for people to ask questions on the budget and the future of Cornwall.

Using the Council’s existing live chat facility, Cover it Live, people will be able to take part in the live, online conversation both through our website and the main social media channels.  There will be no complicated sign on process, people will simply be able to visit their platform of choice and s_ubmit a question or suggestion.  The chat will then be shared across all the channels; live.

On 25 September Facebook users should go onto the Cornwall Council Facebook page where they can join the chat live between 12-2pm, while Twitter users can join in the same conversation using the hashtag #haveyoursay .  On Facebook, users will have to click on the Cover it Live tab found directly underneath the page’s cover photo to access the chat.

For those not on social media but with access to the internet, the chat will also be available on the Council’s Have Your Say web pages at http://www.cornwall.gov.uk/council-and-democracy/public-participation-and-consultation/cornwall-council-budget-engagement-2014/

Or better http://www.cornwall.gov.uk/council-and-democracy/councillors-and-democracy/webcasts/

Or best http://www.cornwall.public-i.tv/core/portal/webcast_interactive/145271

“This is the first time we will be hosting a live online chat across all the main digital channels “ said Alex Folkes.  “More and more people are now choosing to have their say throughFacebook, Twitterand our website and this will give them the opportunity to ask questions and receive an immediate response . 

I am certainly looking forward to taking part and I hope as many people as possible will log on and join in the online conversation”.

Ends

Matt Bond

Communications Specialist

Customers and Communities Service

Communities and Organisational Development

Cornwall Council

101 Consultation Survey

Our Community Police Officer, Garth Hatt, has passed us this message.

Tony Hogg, Police & Crime Commissioner for Devon, Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly is asking the views of members of the public on the 101 non-emergency police number. Below is a link where you can take part in the 101 consultation and provide your views.

Please note this consultation closes on Monday 8 September 2014.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/HCK2968

High Down Wind Farm Community Fund, St Ive – Recruiting panel members

Following message received from Cornwall Community Foundation

The Cornwall Community Foundation invests and manages funds and distributes grants on behalf of individuals, companies, charitable trusts and statutory agencies to meet needs in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.

As you might be aware The Cornwall Community Foundation are now administering the High Down Wind Farm Community Fund for the benefit of the St Ive area. We also administer 4 other solar farm community gain pots across Cornwall as well as a few wind farm community gain pots.

Please find attached the application form and guidelines, the aims of the fund are as follows: The High Down Wind Power Community Fund shall exist for the promotion of projects, with priority given to the Parish of St Ive, with potential for the improvement of environmental education in the face of climate change, highlighting the need for sustainability, for renewable energy and energy efficiency, or which address problems of rural isolation, especially for younger members of the community or projects which otherwise address local needs.

We are recruiting panel members and wondered if you would be interested in becoming a panel member? We aim to spend the money in a one off funding round at the end of Spring or beginning of the Summer 2015, however if the money is not spend we might have to organise another funding round. So as a panel member all you would have to do is commit to one, if not two panel meetings to review applications, make decisions on awards and help to publicise the funds.  

We hope to recruit the Chair and one other from the local Parish Council, the local Cornwall Councillor (possibly), two others from the community, and the Cornwall Rural Community Charity’s local Capacity Building Officer.

I would appreciate if you could pass this information to the Parish Councillor’s and members of the community that would be interested (only looking for two members of the local community) along with the attached application form and guidelines for them to view regarding the fund.

Please note it does not have to be a Parish Councillor that represents the parish just someone with good knowledge.

I look forward to hearing from you and thank you in anticipation.

Best wishes

Donna

Donna Martyn · Grants Manager · Cornwall Community Foundation

Suite 1, Sheers Barton, Lawhitton, Launceston, Cornwall PL15 9NJ Tel: 01566 779333 ·Fax: 01566 779333

Information for Grant Applications Below

High Down Wind Farm Community Fund guidelines

High Down Wind Farm Community Fund application form