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Crest of St Germans Parish Council

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Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 S.14: Temporary Prohibition of Traffic

Location:         Cutmere Bridge To Barapill Farm, Tideford

Timing:           31st August 2022 to 2nd September 2022 (24 hours)

Contact:          Richard Davies, Cormac Solutions td on 0300 1234222

Please click the following link to view a map and associated documents

Kind regards,

Streetworks 

Transport and Infrastructure Service

Cornwall Council Tel: 0300 1234 222


Rural monthly bulletin can be found here


Residents are invited to have their say on crime and anti-social behaviour


Please be careful in the heat


Urgent work will be carried out this week by Cormac on a section of the wall along The Causeway path in St Germans due to safety concerns. I will provide further updates when they are known. (12 July 2022)


Free to attend - Every 2nd Tuesday of the month pop along to the well-being hub at the Eliot hall in St Germans; Wellbeing hub details for August 2022

These hubs are a fantastic way for people to access support and advice that can help them enjoy their life to the full. We’ve already been able to provide people with practical advice through the hubs, but also an opportunity to socialise which is so important for our wellbeing. In August the mobile library and a Disability Employment Advisor from the Job Centre will be attending.


Cornwall AONB Management Plan 2022-2027


Citizens Advice Summer 2022 newsletter


RECYCLING drop off point for lots of items not taken at kerbside (click on this link to see extensive list of items) - Next collection from Eliot Arms Car Park St Germans August 7th between 10:30-11:30 2022. See website (Date to be confirmed)


Please take time to read the Parish Councils 2022 year end financial documents under the Documents section and then Financial on this website.


A38 Carkeel to Trerulefoot public consultation on-line response can be found here (closes 22 July 2022)


Sustainable funding available from Tamar Valley AONB


Village hall funding


Citizens Advice Spring 2022 results for this area


Cormac verge maintenance 2022


Cormac grass cutting overview 2022


Tamar Valley News Bulletin May 2022


Forest for Cornwall Spring 2022 newsletter


Did you know there is a free computer from Citizens Advice Cornwall installed in Scholars in St Germans where you'll be able to speak to an adviser face-to-face online. You don't need any technical knowledge because staff will be available to assist you. The computer is in a secure area so no-one will be able to overhear your conversation. To make an appointment please contact Scholars.


Cllr Ewerts Community Chest fund is open again for community project grants - please contact cllr.kate.ewert@cornwall.gov.uk for more details


Homes for Cornwall movement


Community funding available


New bus timetable effective 10 April 2022 (75A) can be found here


Heightened level of cyber threat - a message from the National Cyber Security Centre. Details can be found here


Please see our Useful Links page for support for Ukraine details


We also have a vacancy for a Parsh Councillor for the ward of St Germans. details can be found here


Cornwall Council are currently running varous consultations for you to comment on here Let's Talk Cornwall


A free and varied education programme available at Maker Heights, Rame - Monuments matter to people


Please remember you can report many things to Cornwall Council yourself here


Response to consultation on the draft leisure resources strategy


Any Police concerns in St Germans Parish the Saltash Neighbourhood Team can be contacted on ciosnbmsaltash@dc.police.uk


Let's Talk Climate Action


Cornwall Climate Care latest documentary film


20 is plenty


Cornwall Wildlife Trust


What is a Parish Council?


Saltash Foodbank Annual Report 2020-2021


Kernow connect: Services for young people


Healthy Cornwall training options


Cornish buildings at risk newsletter

So what does a Cornwall Buildings at Risk look like?

Highways England - A38 Trerulefoot to Carkeel Safety Package - if you have any further comments or would like any additional information please access the Highways England website Highways England - RIS 3 Schemes and use our feedback tool called ECHO (Every Customer Has an Opinion) that allows customers and stakeholders alike to comment on sections of highway that may be causing a concern or simply to provide positive feedback on the experience, please feel free to share this ECHO link with your stakeholders and colleagues. The page will be open until December 2021. Alternatively please do not hesitate to email A38TCSafetyPackage@highwaysengland.co.uk


Cornwall Council is managing and marking ash dieback trees at St Germans Closed Churchyard. How they manage their trees can be found here. Any queries email: forestry@cornwall.gov.uk or telephone the Parish Council.


Health Works for Cornwall


Workplace travel grants available


Carbon neutral Cornwall 2030 Climate emergency


Plymouth City bus timetable (and type in your village in the service finder box)


Forest for Cornwall - Look at St Germans Parish's Tree canopy 15%. Ideas for increasing contact the Clerk


Extra funds available in Cornwall addressing climate emergency


Cornwall Council has declared a Climate Emergency and Cornwall Climate Group have circulated this film highlighting issues in Cornwall


Ash dieback information

Residents in St Germans Parish may receive a letter from CORMAC about raising awareness of the disease ash dieback in ash trees. If you have ash trees on your property please take note of the letter and your responsibilities. Thank you. Also see 2 specific links below:

Information on managing your trees from Cornwall Council here

Information from Cornwall Council on ash dieback here


BEWARE of FAKE NHS Covid-19 vaccine text alerts - the texts appear to be from the NHS and states the recepient is eligible to receive the vaccine. You are then asked to click on a link to an application form. STOP! The webpage is very similar to the NHS. Remember the NHS will NEVER ask for your payment details.


Latest statistics for St Germans is we are only recycling 28.81% of our waste. 22% of whats put in the weekly black bin bags is actually recyclable at the kerbside with 43% being genuine waste. In light of the Climate Crisis, can we try to do more to recycle. If you need help with what can be recycled use Cornwall Councils A-Z look up what can be recycled (search by item) (2021)


Carbon neutral Cornwall 2030 HIVE (Watch the replay. Enter email address and then choose from the Schedule, top left of the screen).


Free support for businesses in Cornwall


SUEZ offering free recycling plant tours


Community resilience fund from the Police


Please respect the countryside code


More Information

Latest Parish Council News

Monday 5th September 2022 is the next full monthly Parish Council meeting at 6:30pm in Polbathic hall. (Please note this is the August meeting). Everyone is welcome.


**The Parish Council purchased for the May Tree committee a steel framed marquee (6m by 3m) and a gazebo (3m by 3m) during 2020. These can be borrowed by St Germans parishioners for events (with conditions). Please contact the Clerk with your enquiry or speak to a member of the May Tree Committee.**


COVID-19 - On behalf of your Parish Council may we take this opportunity to send you and your families our best wishes, please do follow government guidance, encourage others to do so and stay safe.


St Germans is a rural parish in East Cornwall, extending north west along the valley of the river Tiddy from the village of St Germans. The village takes its name from the St Germans Priory, which was possibly founded by St Germanus in 430 AD shortly after the Roman withdrawal. The 12th century priory church replaced an earlier Anglo-Saxon building and was used as the cathedral of Cornwall until Truro Cathedral was built in the 19th century.

Adjacent to the church is Port Eliot, the ancestral seat of the Eliot family and the Earls of St Germans.

The railway station in the village is on the main line from Penzance to Plymouth. There are direct trains to London. The A38 trunk road passes north of the village, connecting to the motorway network at Exeter.

In the past St Germans was a busy fishing village and port and the quay is now home to the Quay Sailing Club.

Bethany is a small hamlet about 2 miles from St Germans. Originally a farming community and surrounded by farmland, each house has its own story to tell.


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