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Home page, John Rawling and Parish Diary were Updated on 24 June 2015

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No More Here Group

An action group has been set up in regard to the proposed Turbine below, the group are called ‘No More Here’  – the aim is to try and co-ordinate local residents responses to this new application. A Website has been set up to provide further information www.NoMoreHere.co.uk. There is also a Facebook community page here Facebook Community Page No More Here. You can also contact the group by email at this address help@nomorehere.co.uk

Proposed 77m Wind Turbine and Screening application

With regard to a future planning application to Cornwall Council for the erection of a single wind turbine, approximately 77m height to tip, on land to the east of South Petherwin, the May 15th deadline has now passed but if you wish to keep up to date on the progress of this proposal you can check with the No More Here Group at www.NoMoreHere.co.uk.

Email planning@cornwall.gov.uk

or write to:

Planning, Attention Chloe Pitt,

Cornwall Council

County Hall

Treyew Road



The  screening application reference number  is PA15/01625

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Recycling Collection dates

Both rubbish and recycling are collected on a WEDNESDAY. Rubbish is collected every week; recycling and garden waste (for subscribers) on alternate weeks.

Defibrillator Table Top Day Great Success.

The SPED committee were all kept busy on Saturday Morning, Feb 7th 2015 with the SPED Table Top fund raising day. A regular flow of locals and visitors, some from as far away as Boyton! arrived to buy from the table top stalls and join in the raffle for the top prize, the Valentine Cake, donated by Louise Finn.
Committee chairman, Phil Fox and Paul Barham manned the kitchen, pouring well over fifty cups of tea and coffee. " It was wonderful to see so many people enjoying a cup of tea, homemade cake and a good old chat. We were all surprised and encouraged by the turnout and support for this worthwhile project. I would like to thank both all those who attended as well as the table top sellers and the committee. "

The day raised over £330 .

For more info on SPED contact: Alison Barham..01566 777561

Two new pages added giving a little nostalgic insight into the South Petherwin Methodist Chapel  WI Hall, original playing field and the main road through the village.

South Petherwin Defibrillator Valentine Fundraiser.

Temporary Part time Clerk to South Petherwin Parish Council

Dawn Rogers is covering for the vacant position of Parish Clerk on a temporary basis until the appointment of a new clerk. She can be contacted at this email address: spparishclerk@gmail.com

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Building of the Community Shop South Petherwin Community Shop having been completed

South Petherwin Community Shop nearing completion

The construction of the screen wall for the community shop has been completed and with all the electrics nearly finished bar some wiring, the facility is now ready for the shopfitters and BT who are expected to start their side of the work week commencing 22nd June. Everything is on track to be ready for the official opening on Monday July 20th, at 14:00. You can keep track of progress by visiting the shops facebook page here.

Launceston Library we need your opinion!

Cornwall Council are reviewing library service provision and have asked if Launceston Town Council would discuss the possibility of taking on the Launceston Library. We need to know the opinions of the community because if we take on this service it would reqire an increase to the precept (the tax paid by you to Launceton Town Council) We also need the opinion of members of local parishes in order to understand how the library is used and how it could be funded. Please take just a few minutes of your time to complete this short survey. Feel free to share. Click here to go to the survey.