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Council Minutes, Parish Magazine and Home Page, Updated on 20 February 2015
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.
South Petherwin Defibrillator Valentine Fundraiser.
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
A screening application has been put in for another 70m wind turbine between South Petherwin and Daw's House, 1.1 km from Launceston. PLEASE NOTE as a screening application this is not open for public comment, that will be when/if an actual application is made. However comments can be addressed to the applicant. Read the PLEASE READ note on the planning application documents section for more information on this. The planning application number is PA15/01625. The location is a field east of East Petherwin and to my assessment within a few hundred meters
of the soon to be erected Beacon turbine.
South Petherwin WW1-100 group Remembers.
Sapper Arthur Edward Wonnacott the first from this Parish to die in the First World War. Royal Engineers Born Dawes House Lane, South Petherwin 1892. Died France, Festubert, January 1915.
On Sunday 18th January 2015 a short memorial service on behalf of Sapper Arthur Edward Wonnacott, of the Field Company Royal Engineers, was conducted by the Reverend Ann Brown at St Paternus Church. The service concluded with a recording of the Last Post . "It was a simple but touching service. The sound of the last post particularly moving. While the numbers attending were few it was a dignified start to the roll call of the fallen over the next four years". Commented Phil Parsons.