The annual Parish meeting is your chance to come and have your say. Give feedback, ask questions, let us know about any areas of concern. From 7:30pm at Millennium House, Thursday 24th May .
Just a quick announcement that for the accounts of year ending March 2017, the audit has been concluded. Download PDF copy of the notice 2017.
In order to carry out long overdue and necessary repairs to the Millennium House Car Park, St Ive Parish Council intend to seek approval from the Public Works Loans Board for the funding of the works. St Ive Parish Council will continue to undertake cost cutting measures within the daily operation of Millennium House, in order to minimise any adverse effect on the annual Precept for the Budget of 2017/18.
Today the Millennium House Coffee Shop has opened for business, run by volunteer councillors and members of the public — Marlene Carr, Kathleen Parkes, Ruth Hicks, and Trish Thomas. You’ll find tea, coffee, cakes and friendly surroundings.
Opening hours are currently in line with the adjoining post office, but may be extended at a later date:
- Tuesday 9am-1pm
- Wednesday 9am-12pm
- Friday 9am-12pm
Additional volunteers are welcome, but the best thing you can do to help out is simply to come along and grab a bite to eat. Show the council that this is a viable solution by making use of it!
Thank you to all the volunteers helping to bring life back to this valued part of our community centre, and we hope to see you there.
Quethiock Lane, St Ive will be closed from 24th to 28th October 2016 for water infrastructure work. South West Water will be working in the road outside Gorfenna all week.
For people who spend most of their time at home, keeping warm in winter (and cool in summer!) is an important part of staying healthy and happy.
Community Energy Plus has recently embarked on a new project called Smart Warmth to help vulnerable and low income householders keep warm in their homes so that any health issues are not made worse living in cold or damp conditions. I would be most grateful if you would please promote these grants to your clients in order to help them enjoy warmer, healthier homes.
How you can see information about these grants
A leaflet about Smart Warmth Grants and the advice and support offered by Community Energy Plus is here Smart Warmth Grants
People may qualify if they live in a low income household which is struggling with its energy bills and a member of their household suffers from a long term health condition.
What types of things can be funded?
A variety of practical measures to help you keep homes healthy and warm in the winter (and cool in the summer!) and reduce energy bills, including:
- Heating repairs (eg broken boiler)
- Window repairs or replacement
- Draught proofing
- Extractor fans and dehumidifiers
- Chimney balloons and chimney sweeping
- Hot water cylinder jackets and pipe lagging
- Portable heaters (eg oil filled radiators)
The measures and help available will be dependent on individual need and circumstances and must be for home improvements which cannot be funded by other sources.
We can’t fund anything that is the responsibility of a landlord but for more information about what might be eligible, please give them a call.
How long is the funding available for?
Limited funding is available now and must be spent by October 2016, funding is allocated on a first come first served basis.
How can people apply?
Contact Community Energy Plus on Freephone 0800 954 1956 or 01872 245566, alternatively email at: email@example.com
There will be a public meeting on Thursday 4th August 2016 at 7pm in Millennium House to discuss planning application PA16/00182 from Ocean Housing for 46 new dwellings on land between Amanda Way and Pensilva Industrial Estate, St Ive Road, Pensilva, Cornwall.
For detailed plans Link to Cornwall Council Planning Search use Reference: PA16/00182
The Parish Council is looking at bus stops for the A390 near Parkfield, St Ive. The smaller will be more likely to be affordable and therefore actually installed. If you have comments, please also tell the Parish Clerk. I normally see people waiting here to head West towards Liskeard via Pensilva. Do we need another for going towards Callington?
1st Pensilva Scout Group
From the Group Scout Leader: Barry Hocking
It is with regret that I announce the closure of the 1st Pensilva Scout Group.
Efforts to increase our youth membership and adult support have not resulted in achieving the number required to enable us to continue.
In consultation with the East Cornwall District Commissioner it was agreed that the Group would close after the meeting on 9th July.
There are groups in Callington, Stoke Climsland, Menheniot, Liskeard and Upton Cross. Information about joining these groups is available by email: