Hayle and St Ives

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Hayle and St Ives Area 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.

Future panel meeting dates

  • 19 April 2021 - 7pm, Link to meeting
  • 7 June 2021 - 7pm, location to be confirmed
  • 6 September 2021 - 7pm, location to be confirmed
  • 1 November 2021 - 7pm, location 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 Crisis Scheme

The Community Chest gives grants to not-for-profit projects supporting local communities across Cornwall.  Each Cornwall Councillor has a small grants budget for projects in their area.  The main aim this year is to support projects responding to the Covid-19 pandemic.

We know that many small groups without a constitution are helping to respond to the crisis. We encourage these small groups to apply for a grant to support their local community work.

Groups with a constitution should first apply to Cornwall Community Foundation's Emergency Fund. Cornwall Council contributed £100,000 to the fund. Cornwall Community Foundation can offer grants between £1000 and £10,000.

The Community Chest may also be able to support:

  • Groups that are facing funding issues due to the crisis
  • Community projects that are not related to the crisis

To find out more, please email communitynetworks@cornwall.gov.uk

Applications for this year are now closed

Councillor Community Grant Payments

Town and Parish Council information

Clerk: Mrs Vida Perrin
Address: Parish Office & Community Facility, Copper Meadows, Reawla, Gwinear, Hayle, TR27 5FN
Telephone number: 01736 850129
Email addressclerk@ggpc.org.uk

Gwinear-Gwithian  Parish Councillors

To view Register of Interests please select individual Councillor

Website: Gwinear-Gwithian Parish Council

Clerk: Eleanor Giggal
Address: Hayle Community Centre, 58 Queensway, Hayle, Cornwall, TR27 4NX
Telephone number: 01736 755005
Fax number: 01736 755005
Email addresstownclerk@hayletowncouncil.net 

Hayle Town Council Councillors

To view Register of Interests please select individual Councillor

Website: Hayle Town Council

Clerk: Fiona Drew
Address: The Vestry Rooms, 25 Fore Street, St Erth, Hayle, TR27 6HT
Telephone number: 01736 757575
Email address
clerk@sterth-pc.gov.uk

St Erth Parish Councillors 

To view Register of Interests please select individual Councillor

Website: St Erth Parish Council

Clerk: Louise Dwelly
Address: The Guildhall, Street An Pol, St Ives, Cornwall, TR26 2DS
Telephone number: 01736 322601
Email addresslouise.dwelly@stives-tc.gov.uk

St Ives Town Councillors

To view Register of Interests please select individual Councillor

Website: St Ives Town Council

Clerk: Emily Fraser
Address: 14 Heather Lane, Canonstown, TR27 6NQ
Telephone number: 07736 274477
Email addressclerk@towednackparishcouncil.gov.uk

Towednack Parish Councillors 

To view Register of Interests please select individual Councillor

Website: Towednack Parish Council 

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