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St Keyne and Trewidland Parish Council

Welcome to the official website of St Keyne & Trewidland Parish Council

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On our website, you will be able to find out all you need about the council's work and the services it delivers to residents and visitors of our community.

If you are looking for information about this council, you can view and download a handy guide to what it does, or browse along the menu at the top of this page.

If you are looking for details of what services Cornwall Council provides, such as recycling, planning and planning enforcement, potholes and fly-tipping, visit their website at cornwall.gov.uk.

Introducing your new parish council

26th June 2021

Dobwalls & Trewidland Neighbourhood Plan Referendum 4 April 2024

The Dobwalls & Trewidland Neighbourhood Plan goes out to our Trewidland residents for voting on Thursday 4 April 2024. Follow the link to read more about it.

Details of the Plan

27th February 2024

Next Council Meeting Wednesday 13 March 2024 7pm St Keyne village hall.

Agenda and reports for this meeting are published on the 'Meetings' section of this website. Everyone welcome. View and download a civic calendar of meetings for 2024 below.

Download document (pdf)

The Informer - February edition out now

The February edition is being delivered right now!

If you haven't had your copy yet, drop us an email and we'll get one out to you informer@stkeynetrewidlandpc.org.uk.

The Informer No2 Feb 2024

8th February 2024

Salt & Grit Bins - how to use them

The parish council has 9 salt bins across the parish that residents can use to clear any public path, pavement or road if the ground is icy or if you think itís going to freeze over. Itís not for people to use on their own private driveway, garden path or business premises.

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Salt & Grit FAQs

12th December 2023

Report it!

If you have any issues with potholes, dogs, abandoned vehicles, graffiti, flytipping or planning, the easiest way to report it to Cornwall Council is to go online. Cornwall Council will acknowledge your complaint and give you a reference number so that you can track its progress.

If you have an issue with trees or hedges that are growing over the pavement, the parish council can take action for you. Download the quick guide below.

Download this guide to logging your complaint (pdf)

Overhanging trees and bushes

How the parish council spends your money 2024/2025

At their public meeting on 8 November 2023, councillors voted to approve the parish council budget for 2024/2025 and to set a precept (local council tax) that will be charged out to residents in the coming year. This note explains what the councilís budget for next year is and sets out how it manages residentsí tax receipts.

The precept for 2024/2025 has been agreed at £12,618. This is the same as it is in the current year

How the council spends your money 2024-25

31st January 2024

Community Emergency Plan updated November 2022

The council's Community Emergency Plan has been updated to include the new ward of Trewidland and is available to download below The plan is not designed to deal with local emergencies affecting only one householder or when the emergency services can deal with it without parish council involvement.

Download document (pdf)

10th November 2022