Certain infectious diseases are notifiable to the Health Authority. These are investigated by the consultant in communicable disease control (CCDC) or by officers of Cornwall Council.
We investigate notifications of infectious diseases, particularly food poisoning and certain other food borne illnesses which are notifiable. These notifications come to us via:
and other local authorities.
Last updated: 05/03/2021 15:15:32
Many people are worried about the cost of living crisis and how they will cope this winter. Cornwall's charities and community groups have combined forces to make it easier to find practical help and support with a network of 35 Community Hubs across the county offering winter support.
Exact services and opening times vary from location to location but the kind of support you might expect to find at a Community Hub includ.....
Last updated: 03/11/2022 11:35:23
What we do
We deliver a range of services to increase the resilience of communities across Cornwall. We work in partnership with:
Devon and Cornwall Police
South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust
We each plan for emergencies and how to respond to them.
We provide Cornwall Fire and Rescue Services and work with local partners to:
identify emergency risks
plan for emergency scenarios
respond rapidly and ef.....
Last updated: 05/10/2022 10:23:18
The Saints Trail
Any temporary closures in place on the Saints' Way can be found on the Temporary Closures of Public Rights of Way page.
The Saint's Way Trail follows a varied course through valleys, woodlands, pastures, moors and villages. You can expect to see some of the most varied and beautiful scenery in the county. All inhabited by countless species of flora and fauna.
The surrounding countryside includes rolling pastures of ancie.....
Last updated: 24/08/2022 08:17:39
Final Full Council meeting of 2022 to take place next week
The appointment of members to the Standards Committee, the detail behind the creation of the new Cornwall and Isles and Scilly Join Health and Wellbeing Board, and the latest capital programme update will all be discussed when Cornwall Council meets next week.
The full meeting will take place at County Hall in Truro on Tuesday, 29 November, starting at 10am.
Also on the agenda at the meeting will be three items referred t.....
Last updated: 23/11/2022 09:33:02
Do you like to talk about books?
Our reading groups meet informally in libraries, find out about reading groups that take place in your local library or staff can help you set up your own group.
What do we offer?
FREE reservations on sets
A group ticket lets you borrow books for 12 weeks
If required an introduction to reading groups by staff
Top ten tips
Online group support
Reading groups for everyone contains news, .....
Last updated: 14/09/2022 07:33:58
Traffic management for large events
Most events, depending on the location, will require a traffic management plan, with a full risk assessment. It must clearly identify all risks to the travelling public, visitors and employees attending the event.
If your event could cause serious traffic disruption or road safety problems, it may not be allowed to go ahead. So it’s important to produce a detailed plan and involve the police and us at the earliest oppo.....
Last updated: 20/07/2021 10:36:22
Privacy Notice - Education Business Partnership
Cornwall Education Business Partnership, part of Together for Families Directorate, Cornwall Council, New County Hall, Truro, TR1 3AY, Data Protection Registration Number: Z1745294 is committed to protecting and respecting your privacy.
Cornwall Education Business Partnership may change this policy from time to time by updating this page. You should check this page regularly to ensure that you are aware of any changes.
Last updated: 08/04/2021 14:30:06
We webcast and record all of our most popular council meetings.
Meetings of Cornwall Council, Cabinet and Committees are taking place at:
County Hall, Truro
Chy Trevail Council offices, Bodmin
Dolcoath Council offices, Camborne
Please check the agenda front page for meeting venue details.
We will give access to members of the public at meeting venues
We will provide remote access using MS Teams if members of the publi.....
Last updated: 30/11/2022 07:16:12
Stand Up for Cornwall
We’re campaigning for a fairer funding deal for Cornwall as we believe the current funding formula is fundamentally unfair.
If Cornwall was funded at the same level as some parts of London, it would be £212 million per year better off. That equates to an extra £387 for every resident. With a rapidly ageing population, demand for our public services is rising at an unprecedented rate.
Despite this, the Council has continu.....
Last updated: 23/07/2021 13:23:18