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181001 | Copperhouse gate refurbishment

Copperhouse gate refurbishment will ensure Hayle continues to be protected from flooding

This autumn the Environment Agency will carry out refurbishment work on the Copperhouse Gate.

The gate is a critical part of the Angarrack Flood Alleviation Scheme which provides flood protection to 138 properties in the Copperhouse area of Hayle. The refurbishment will ensure that the existing level of flood defence is maintained for a further 30 years.

Work will be carried out by Environment Agency contractors BMMJV and will begin this November. Refurbishment of the gate will take approximately 7 weeks and during this time an area of the North Quay will not be accessible to the public.  read more »

190726 | FBHDG | One more post on the old Hayle Co-Op, Soon to be Home Bargains. As most people will know they have now shut the

Chris Parker is feeling angry.

One more post on the old Hayle Co-Op, Soon to be Home Bargains.  read more »

140109 | 436 STANDING AGENDA ITEMS a) Hayle Harbour Update


        a)  Hayle Harbour Update

Councillor Bennett reported that he had attended a meeting with the Harbourmaster and
others regarding a proposal for a ‘harbour taxi’ from North Quay, Hayle to St Ives and
possibly to Lelant Quay too. It had been considered that the harbour taxi would be a fun
activity for local people who might want a boat ride over and a walk/bus ride back to Hayle.
  read more »

130228 | News from John Bennett Hayle Town Councillor


28 February 2013. The sluice gates that once controlled the flow from Copperhouse Pool have been saved thanks to an initiative by Cllr. Anne-Marie Rance and Hayle gardener Mike Kemp. They are shown here being installed on the King George V Memorial Walk thanks to North Quay contractors Carillion.

130225 | News from John Pollard Cornwall Councillor Hayle North


Copperhouse Pool

I was recently sent a copy of a letter I wrote to the Cornishman in 1993! It argued against the selling by Peter De Savery of the Pool to the RSPB, warning that access and the right to use the waterways would be restricted. Well as we all know the Pool was sold and access has been restricted and I have campaigned against it ever since!  read more »

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