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St Hilary Parish Council
If you or other ‘at risk’ neighbours need help with shopping and other essentials, please contact:
Roger Calfe, Parish Clerk, on: 01736763311 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Peter Behrens, Chairman, on:
07817350179 or email@example.com
Penny Jane Coordinator on 07747305841
Belinda Carling Coordinator on 01736 761860
They will arrange assistance for those ‘at risk’ who are self isolating
Also: Visit the St Hilary Parish website and refer to the ‘Emergency Plan’
stay home stay safe
The following information has been posted by Cornwall Council.
In line with Government restrictions all fourteen Household Waste and Recycling Centres in Cornwall are now closed until further notice. Residents of Cornwall are urged to act responsibly and are reminded not to dump waste or recycling outside the gates, as this constitutes fly tipping which carries serious penalties. CCTV is used to detect this and Cornwall Council will not hesitate to take enforcement action as required. Kerbside collections of household waste and recycling continue as usual
In line with Government restrictions all Library sites are now closed, and the mobile library service has ceased until further notice.
Library members who have books or other materials on loan should keep them at home. They can be renewed as many times as needed online www.cornwall.gov.uk/library or on the 24 hour telephone line 0845 6076119 (please check your contract for charges to 0845 numbers). But overdue charges will be waived during this time. Some reminders for returns and renewals may have been issued before the closures so please ignore these notifications. Please do not leave bags of books etc. outside libraries or post books through letterboxes. Thank you for keeping them safely at home for the time being.
Subject: Dogs on leads
We’ve had complaints about dogs ‘running wild’ and people ending up in closer contact with the dog owner than they want. So we’re putting the following out on Social Media, and looking into the possibility of putting some signs up in ‘hot spots’.
To help observe social distancing, we are strongly advising dog walkers to keep their dogs on leads when in public areas or on beaches. Should one dog go up to another, or towards other people, and the owner has to retrieve it there is a risk of closer contact than is safe. Please observe this simple rule to help prevent the spread of Covid 19.
Rob Nolan CC
Councillor for Truro Redannick
Portfolio Holder for Environment and Public Protection
Emergency Plan for St Hilary
Please follow the link below to view information on St Hilary’s Emergency Plan.
UPCOMING AND ONGOING EVENTS
The Car Boot Sale runs every Wednesday from April to October. There is plenty of parking on the fields and people attending are asked not to park in Packet Lane or Prussia Cove Road as this causes problems and obstructions for local farmers and deliveries who constantly use these roads.
NEIGHBOURHOOD DEVELOPMENT PLAN
The Parish Council have been tasked with the putting together a Neighbourhood Development Plan. This will become part of Cornwall Council’s Planning guideline. The Parish Council has held public meetings and surveys to determine what you, the people of the Parish, want the Parish to look like in 2030. For more information see our Neighbourhood plan page