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191015 | Hayle Town Council | Cornwall Community Governance Reviews

 

 

 

Council Corner
October and November 2019

Cornwall Council’s Community Governance Review

Following the Boundary Review that occurred last year, Cornwall Council is now part way through a consultation looking at all parish and town boundaries and warding arrangements throughout the county. Hayle Town Council made an initial submission to Cornwall Council, as part of the first phase of the consultation.

Hayle Town Council agreed that it was neither appropriate nor relevant to consider the potential impact of moving houses in or out of its parish in terms of Council Tax, it based its proposals purely on which community the residents of the properties would most identify with.  read more »

190914 | Community Governance – do we still need the parishes? Bude Area

Community Governance – do we still need the parishes?

1900 | Effects seen at Carbis Bay during gusty E.N.E. winds , dst rising to at least 240 ft

 
These 
aeolian deposits are most strongly developed on the northern coast, where 
large areas are permanently cut off from the operations of the plough. 
The most considerable of these fronts St. Ives Bay, forming the Lelant, 
Phillack, Upton, Gwithian and Godrevy towans. Another extensive 
tract constitutes the Perran Sands, and isolated patches continue as far as 
Newquay. Further to the north the solid rocks forming the promontory 
of Trevose Head are severed by the towans extending from Constantine 
Bay to Perleze Bay, and opposite Padstow a tract of sandhills extends from 
St. Michael to the Dunbar. Smaller patches occur at Gunwalloe and 
along the southern coast.
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1757/1822 | Submarine forest of Mounts Bay noted by Rev W Borlase, hazel, and to a smaller extent of alder, elm and oak

So far back as the year 1757 the submarine forest of Mounts Bay was 
noted by the Rev. W. Borlase, and was subsequently described by Dr. Boase 
in the year 1822. The latter represents it as buried beneath deposits 
of sand and gravel, the removal of which by the sea is constantly laying 
it bare the outward prolongation of the vegetable bed extending beneath 
the sea. Between Penzance and Newlyn he notes a bed of vegetable 

1 See W. A. E. Ussher on ' The Recent Geology of Cornwall ' (articles reprinted from the Geol. 
Mag.), 1879 > anc * the Post-Tertiary Geology of Cornwall (printed for private circulation), 1879.
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190606 | 24b Renewal of existing dogs on beaches restrictions to come into effect from April/May 2020

24 CLERK’S REPORT/CORRESPONDENCE/CONSULTATIONS/MEETINGS/INCIDENTALS

b) Consultations

a) Correspondence

(i) To consider the correspondence from the Public Protection Department of Cornwall Council seeking views on Public Spaces Protection Orders:
Renewal of existing dogs on beaches restrictions to come into effect from April/May 2020  read more »

Gwinear Gwithian and Hayle North/South | Initial data sets for parishes | CGR

 Initial Data Sets for Parishes

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190507 | Cornwall (Electoral Changes) Order 2019 laid in draft in Parliament | Local Government Boundary Commission

Map Of The New Division Boundaries
Changes to Hayle Town Council
Latest Information:
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Governance / Boundary Review Cornwall - via Gwinear-Gwithian Parish Council

March 2019

Cornwall Council has launched a consultation on the CGR here – https://www.cornwall.gov.uk/council-and-democracy/elections/community-governance-reviews/

February 2019

Community Governance Review (CGR)

Following on from the Electoral Boundary Review, Cornwall Council (CC) will now start the CGR. The CGR is a review of the governance arrangements of all of the parishes in the CC area.  read more »

Friends of the Towans

Friends of the Towans

Gwinear & District Footpaths & Bridleways Association | GDFBA

Gwinear & District Footpaths & Bridleways Association via https://m.facebook.com/gwineardistrictfootpathsbridleways

190329 | Minutes of Special Meeting Monday 29th April 2019 | Gwinear Gwithian Parish

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Minutes of the Special Meeting of Gwinear-Gwithian Parish Council held on Monday 29th April 2019 at the Hall for

Gwinear, Gwinear Churchtown, Gwinear, TR27 5JL commencing at 7.00pm.

Present Councillors A Burt D Cupples
                            T Homes R Norman
                            L Pascoe M Pryor
                            M Smith (Vice Chairman) J Tovey
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March 2019 Cornwall Council has launched a consultation on the CGR

March 2019

Cornwall Council has launched a consultation on the CGR here – https://www.cornwall.gov.uk/council-and-democracy/elections/community-governance-reviews/  read more »

190208 | Connor Downs resurfacing works road closure extended - Gwinear-Gwithian Parish Council

Connor Downs resurfacing works road closure extended - Gwinear-Gwithian Parish Council

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Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 S.14: Temporary Prohibition of Traffic  read more »

190211 | Parish Council funds its seventh defibrillator - Gwinear-Gwithian Parish Council

Connor Downs Academy presentation. Photo – School Council Representatives years R to 6 inclusive/RRMC Co-Founder & Chair Elizabeth Williams, Co-Founder & Secretary Paul Williams and Principal Trainer Leon Hosking.  Photo taken by RRMC Photographer Les Hos
The following map shows the location of all the public access defibrillators across our Parish:-

Parish Council funds its seventh defibrillator

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Connor Downs Academy presentation.  read more »

AUTUMN-WINTER EVENTS – Oct 2018 - March 2019 | Friends of the Towans

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FRIENDS OF THE TOWANS’
AUTUMN-WINTER NEWSLETTER & EVENTS 2018-19
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Dynnargh dhe’n wiasva Konsel an Bluw Gwynnyer – Godhyan

 
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