St Agnes and Perranporth

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St Agnes & Perranporth 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

Future dates to be confirmed

Standing agenda items:   

  • Community Network Panel Members update

Microsoft Teams Meetings

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Panel agendas and notes

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 Kathryn Rees
Address: 8 Wheal Golden Drive, Holywell Bay, Newquay, ZR8 5PE
Telephone Number: 01637 830220
Email address: crantockclerk@hotmail.co.uk

Crantock Parish Councillors

To view Register of Interests please select individual Councillor

Website:  Crantock Parish Council 

Clerk: Mr David Hawken
Address: Pengoon, Treguth Close, Holywell Bay, Nr Newquay, TR8 5DD
Telephone Number: 01637 830947
Email Address
cubertpc@btinternet.com

Cubert Parish Councillors

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Website Cubert Parish Council 

Clerk: Ms Tatiana Cant
Address: Chyanhale, Ponsmere Valley, Perranporth, Cornwall, TR6 0DB
Telephone number: 01872 572727
Email addressclerk@perranzabuloe-pc.gov.uk

Perranzabuloe Parish Councillors 

To view Register of Interests please select individual Councillor

Clerk: Lee Dunkley
Address: 17 Vicarage Road, St Agnes, Truro, TR5 0TL

Telephone Number: 01872 553801
Email Addressclerk@stagnes-pc.gov.uk

St Agnes Parish Councillors 

To view Register of Interests please select individual Councillor

Website: St Agnes Parish Council

Clerk: Miss Janet Ritchie
Address: Eversfield, Wheal Kitty, St. Agnes, Cornwall, TR5 0RH
Telephone Number: 01872 552757
Email Address
stallenpc@btinternet.com

St Allen Parish Councillors

To view Register of Interest please select individual Councillor

Website:  St Allen Parish Council

Clerk: Mrs Kathryn Rees
Address: 8 Wheal Golden Drive, Holywell Bay, Newquay, Cornwall, TR8 5PE
Telephone number: 01637 830220
Email address: stnewlyneastclerk@live.co.uk 

St Newlyn East Parish Councillors

To view Register of Interests please select individual Councillor


Website: St Newlyn East Parish Council

 

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