China Clay

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China Clay Community Network Cornwall Councillors

Councillor Dick Cole - St.Dennis and St.Enoder
Councillor Peter Guest - Roche and Bugle 
Councillor Matthew Luke - Penwithick and Boscoppa
Councillor Mike McLening - St.Stephen-in-Brannel 

China Clay Community Network Panel

The Community Network Panel discusses issues affecting the community network area and agrees ways to progress them. It also seeks to build working relationships between local partners.

Panel meetings are open to the public and the press. Our public guide to community network panels explains how the meetings work and rules for reporting and filming meetings.

The panel includes local Cornwall Councillors and representatives from town and parish councils within the community network area. The panel can invite local organisations and service providers, like the Police and health services,  to join them at their meetings.

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Future panel meeting dates

  • Monday 9 August 2021 - 7pm via Microsoft Teams (link will be available in the agenda below)
  • Monday 11 October 2021 - 7pm (online/ venue to be confirmed)
  • Monday 6 December 2021 - 7pm (online/ venue to be confirmed)
  • Monday 7 February 2022 - 7pm (online/ venue to be confirmed)
  • Monday 4 April 2022 - 7pm (online/ venue to be confirmed)
  • Monday 13 June 2022 (AGM) - 7pm (online/ venue to be confirmed)

Microsoft Teams Meetings

Please see the links below which explain how to join a Microsoft Teams Meeting, and guidance on how to participate in a Microsoft Teams Meeting.

Panel agendas and notes

 If you would like any earlier agendas or notes, please use the contact details below to request them.

Cornwall Council Community Chest Scheme

For information on the Cornwall Council Community Chest Scheme please follow the link.

Past Councillor Community Grant Payments

Town and Parish Council information

Changes or amendments to Parish and Town Council information

Please email us at ptcchanges@cornwall.gov.uk to let us know about any clerk changes or amendments.

To let us know about casual vacancies please use our Contact the elections team form.

Please select a Parish or Town Council to view their information:

Clerk: Mrs Julie Burdon
Address: Rocholme, 1 Treburdon Drive, Roche, St Austell, Cornwall, PL26 8QB
Telephone Number: 01726 890983
Mobile: 07899718000
Email Addressclerk@rocheparishcouncil.gov.uk

Roche Parish Councillors 

To view Register of Interests please select individual Councillor

Website: Roche Parish Council

Clerk: Lynn Clarke
Address: The Claytawc Building, Fore Street, St. Dennis, Cornwall, PL26 8AF
Telephone Number: 01726 821700
Fax Number: 01726 828131
Email Addressclerk@stdennisparishcouncil.org.uk

St Dennis Parish Councillors

To view Register of Interests please select individual Councillor

Clerk: Mrs Amanda Kendall
Address: Foxleigh, Treviglas Lane, Probus, Truro, TR2 4LH
Telephone number: 01726 883614
Email address: clerk@saintenoderparishcouncil.org.uk

St Enoder Parish Council Parish Councillors

To view Register of Interests please select individual Councillor

Website: St Enoder Parish Council 

Clerk: Linda Ranger
Address: St Stephen in Brannel Parish Council, Office 2, Brannel Room, 22 Fore St, St Stephen, St Austell, PL26 7NN
Telephone Number: 01726 823003
Email address:  clerk@ststepheninbrannel-pc.org.uk

St Stephen-in-Brannel Parish Council Parish Councillors

To view Register of Interests please select individual Councillor

Website: St Stephen-in-Brannel Parish Council

Clerk: Mr David Stevens
Address: Rockhill Business Park, Higher Bugle, St. Austell, PL26 8RA
Telephone number: 01726 851001/01726 850280
Fax number: 01726 851001
Email addresstreverbynpcouncil@gmail.com

Treverbyn Parish Councillors

To view Register of Interests please select individual Councillor

Website: Treverbyn Parish Council

Community network useful information

About community networks

Find out about community networks, what they do and what they are responsible for

Devolution

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Community emergency planning

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