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19/1/22 – Platinum Jubilee celebrations

Perranuthnoe Parish Council has agreed to help fund celebrations in the Parish this June to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. A four-day Bank Holiday weekend (Thursday June 2 – Sunday June 5) culminates with The Big Jubilee Lunch on the Sunday.

If you have ideas and the will to be involved in some way, please contact a member of the Council and we will start to plan activities:

Perranuthnoe and Trebarvah: contact Peter Linton 07831 553055

Goldsithney: contact Gail Angove 07990 528757

7/1/22 – Perran Lane from Perran Cross into Perranuthnoe – advance notice (Sun 9 Jan)

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

Location:        Road From South Road To Perran Lane, Perranuthnoe

Timing:           9th January 2022 (06:00 to 16:00 hours, Sunday only)

Contact:          Sunbelt Rentals on behalf of Openreach – Tel: 03700 500 792

The above closure has been approved.   Please click the following link to view a map and associated documents:

29/11/21 – Road Closure, Trevean Lane, Rosuddgeon – advance notice (12 Dec)

The above closure has now been approved.
Location:         Trevean Lane, Rosudgeon
Timing:            12th December 2021 (07:00 to 16:00 hours, weekends included)
Contact:          Sunbelt on behalf of Openreach – Tel: 03700 500 792
Please click the following link to view a map and associated documents:

26/11/21 Christmas rubbish and recycling collections

There will be no changes to collections this year as Christmas Day and Boxing Day fall on a Saturday and Sunday.

Christmas tree collections – After Christmas, Cornwall Council will collect non-artificial Christmas trees up to 6ft tall. Residents should cut their tree in two if larger than 6ft. The trees will be shredded and composted.

People with subscriptions to Cornwall Council’s garden waste service should put their real Christmas tree out on their normal garden waste collection day. People who don’t have a garden waste subscription should put their tree out on their rubbish collection day between Monday 10 January and Friday 14 January 2022.

People can also take their real Christmas trees to their nearest Household Waste and Recycling Centre. Decorations and pots should be removed before trees are recycled.

Household Waste and Recycling Centres will be open 9am to 4pm throughout the festive period except for Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day.

05/11/21 Notice of Intention to close Fore Street in Goldsithney

Event:        Goldsithney Remembrance Day
Date:         Saturday 13th November 2021  (10:55 to 11:15 hours)
Please click the following link for a map:

13/10/21 – Notice of Intention to close Fore Street and South Road, Goldsithney

The below event road closure request has been received.
Event:            Goldsithney Christmas Lights
Date:             3rd December 2021 (18:00 to 21:00 hours)
Please click the following link for a map:
Link to intention notice:

7/10/21 – Notice of Intention to close Trevean Lane

Please note that this is only an Intention Notice and as of yet an Order has not been issued.
Please respond with any feedback by 21 October 2021.

Location:         Trevean Lane, Rosudgeon
Timing:            12th December 2021 (07:00 to 16:00 hours)
Contact:          Sunbelt on behalf of Openreach – Tel: 03700 500 792
Please click the following link for a map:

Issued by: Streetworks, Transport and Infrastructure Service, Cornwall Council
Tel: 0300 1234 222

22/9/21 – The new Outdoor Gym is open

The outdoor gym is now fully installed and ready for use! The seven pieces of equipment, located by St Pirans Hall and funded by the Parish Council, are for use of over-14s.

Photographs of the installation

This from the manufacturer: “The Urbanix outdoor gym fitness range consists of real gym equipment designed to work with different muscle groups and provide genuine cardiovascular benefits. The equipment incorporates a patented hydraulic system that can be set to eight different levels of difficulty (up to 150 kg). This means that the user’s body weight does not influence resistance, unlike first-generation outdoor fitness equipment. Users adjust the resistance and thereby the difficulty level to suit their physical abilities and ensure a tailored and progressive workout. The bi-directional hydraulic system creates resistance in both directions of movement with a wide range of motion to allow the muscles to be completely extended and contracted. Designed using premium materials, such as metal posts, EPDM elastomer handles and Polysafe™ seats, Urbanix stations are the perfect solution for creating long-lasting sports areas.”

Manufacturer images

Any problems or faults with the equipment should be reported to the Parish Clerk, Gail Angove, 07990 528757 or email