St. Erme Community Emergency Plan

Our community emergency plan

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St Erme Parish Council and members of the community are working together to be better prepared for dealing with emergencies such as snow, major fire, or any other incidents that could have an effect on the community. We were approached by Cornwall Council in 2010 to pilot community emergency plans and were the first community in Cornwall to complete and test its plan.

We have 70 volunteers and wardens with different skills who can help in an emergency incident.

If you are interested in volunteering or want to find out more about the St Erme Emergency Plan, contact us using the details on this page.

We aim to bring together our volunteers and wardens once a year to discuss issues and update the emergency plan.

St. Erme gets a defibrillator for the village (December 16)

The Community Emergency Plan group has secured funding and has now installed a defibrillator at Trispen Post Office and Stores.

The group will be offering local people to come forward and undertake some training on using the defibrillator and CPR, so keep an eye out for dates for this training which will be advertised soon.

If you want to know more about this project or would like to become involved in the Community Emergency Plan group, in the first instance, please contact Sally Trethewey clerk to the  Parish Council.

Here is a link to the full article produced in the St. Erme Village Voice newsletter. Preparing for emergencies and a defibrillator for the village