Welcome to Carlyon Parish Council website
We hope you will find this an interesting source of information. Please contact us if you have any comments or would like to contribute.
November Parish Council Meeting
Please note that the date of the Council's November meeting has been changed to Tuesday 22 November (1800hrs at Charlestown Primary School)
The Parish Council is exploring the idea of devising a parish plan and will be holding a public meeting on Tuesday 11th October. For more details see Neighbourhood Plan Poster
The Parish Council will not be meeting in August. The next meeting will be on 20 September in Charlestown Primary School.
Seagulls can be a real nuisance when you put your rubbish out for collection. The Parish Council has a supply of seagull-proof sacks in which you place your bags of rubbish. The sacks are free to residents of the parish. If you would like a sack, please contact the Clerk.
Change of Meeting Venue
The July ordinary meeting will be held in Tregrehan Methodist Centre on 19 July at 6.00pm.
The Parish Council is seeking tenders for
(a) Maintaining Carlyon Bay Recreation Field
(b) Cutting Public Rights of Way in the parish
For an information pack for either/both of these contracts, please contact the clerk. The closing date is 10th March 2016
The Parish Council has a vacancy. If you have an interest in your community and would like more information about the role of a councillor, please contact the Clerk.
Parish Council Meeting
The Parish Council will not be meeting in August. The next ordinary meeting will be on Tuesday 15th September in Charlestown School at 1800hrs.
The Charlestown Post Office Hosted Outreach Service opens for business on Tuesday 11th August in The Pattern Hall, Foundry Parc, Charlestown and will operate every Tuesday and Thursday between 09:00 and 13:00. Parking is available outside the hall.
The service is being run by Glenn Cosway, the subpostmaster of Holmbush Post Office and will offer the same range of services as his Holmbush Post Office with the exception of foreign currency.
A defibrillator has now been installed outside Personal Best on Beach Road. Our thanks go to Liam Cartwright for running the London Marathon to raise funds for FLEET.
The Chairman and Mrs Hermes welcome HRH The Princess Royal to Carlyon Bay where she attended a reception at the Carlyon Bay Hotel for the Home Farm Trust.
26th June 2015