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St Michael's Mount from Perranuthnoe Thank you for visiting Perranuthnoe Parish Council's website. This website is run and maintained by the Parish Council for villagers in Perranuthnoe, Goldsithney, Rosudgeon and the surrounding areas. We hope you find this website helpful and that it provides a useful link between the community and the Parish Council.  

Latest news

Perranuthnoe Parish Community Award winners announced

Earlier this year Perranuthnoe Parish Council agreed to create an annual award to recognise individuals who have distinguished themselves through work in the community.Nominations were requested from across the parish which includes the villages of Perranuthnoe,Goldsithney,Rosudgeon and nearby hamlets and a number of nominations received were considered by a sub committee of the Parish Council. The Community award was made to Mike and Jean Berris from Goldsithney who have a tremendous track record of working in the community.They were instrumental in the reestablishment of the Goldsithney Charter Fair, which has now become a very successful annual event and have played key roles in supporting St Pirans Hall, the local village hall and the Conker club a local group that raises money for local community activities.

Mike and Jean were very appropriately presented with their award at this years Charter Fair by Cllr Andy Moore Chairman of Perranuthnoe Parish Council. Cllr Moore said ‘Mike and Jean are worthy first winners of this award, they have given great service to the local community and have really made a difference.We are really pleased to have so many nominations in our first year and is very encouraging to see the strength of community support and activity across the parish.

Proposed Traffic Scheme Open Meetings April 2017

Open meetings were held in Goldsithney and Perranuthnoe on 19th and 20th April 2017 to obtain public comments on a proposed traffic scheme for both villages. These proposals follow discussions by the Parish Council on complaints received from the public. The open meetings were part of a process to collect views on how traffic issues can be dealt with in the village. The informal consultation was carried out because your Parish and Cornwall Councillors want to hear the public’s views so that any changes can be fed back to the Design Team before any proposals are finalised, and formal Highways consultation takes place. The Parish Council aim to discuss comments received at their May meeting and have asked for comments to be sent to the Parish Clerk (e-mail: james.jacoby@yahoo.co.uk) by Monday 1st May. Click on the links to view the proposals:

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Forthcoming events

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