St Breock Parish Council...... Keeping the Parish informed
  St Breock Parish Council......                                                                        Keeping the Parish informed


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Posted 17th October 2018 - A new Bus Shelter at Burlawn.
A much needed all weather Bus Shelter has been installed at the crossroads Burlawn.

Local residents approached St Breock Parish Council, as to the possibility of providing an all-weather Bus Shelter which would give a much-needed element of security and safety. The Parish Council agreed to support this project and approached Queensbury Shelters for costings. An application was then made to the St Breock Wind Farm Community Fund 2018 for a grant of £9,000 and were successfully awarded this sum in May 2018.

After various consultations and inspections with both Highways and Queensbury Bus Shelters, the Bus Shelter was installed on the 27th September 2018 much to the delight of residents.
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Posted 18th November 2017 SCOTT MANN MP -  ADVICE SURGERIES
Please see poster for more information and how to book
Scott Mann surgeries.pdf
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                                                     Important Notice


                                    Neighbourhood Plan Draft Presentation


The St Breock Parish Council is arranging for a display of the above neighbourhood plan to be held at the Paddock Room at Hawksfield on Wednesday 15th and Thursday 16th February between 7pm and 9pm on both days.

This is the 'draft' document consisting of 94 pages and it is going to be on display so that the local community have a chance to read it and send back their comments to the plans 'steering committee ' This is the only public display that will be undertaken locally.  The deadline for the return of the residents comments is the 17th February,  It is entirely up to the community as to whether or not they wish to attend the Hawksfield evenings but this is the only opportunity they will have to see the document displayed and to have their say. I understand that the next document that will be produced will be the actual Neighbourhood Plan which will then go out for ' public ' consultation.

Their are 'hard copies ' of the document available at Wadebridge library and the Town Hall for the public to read. The Parish Council are putting a notice in the local paper to advertise the two evenings at Hawksfield so that the local community within the three parishes involved in the 'plan' have the opportunity to come along and see it in a more open format.


posted 10th February 2017














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Cornwall Council is seeking your views on its draft Renewable Energy Supplementary Planning Document (SPD).
The SPD contains planning guidance on a range of renewable energy technologies, covering matters such as landscape, cumulative impact and heritage impacts. It also seeks to prioritise community ownership of renewable energy and promotes community engagement in the early stages of the early stages process.
Underpinned by the principles established in national policy and Cornwall’s emerging Local Plan, the aim of the guidance is to ensure the appropriate management of renewable energy deployment across Cornwall in a way which contributes to the emergence of a new model for local energy - one where local people can benefit over the long term.
The new planning guidance is now public and available on the web
With kind regards
Helen Couch
Town and Parish Council Advisor
Customers and Communities
Cornwall Council
Tel : 01726 223601 or Mobile : 07973 497431 Internal : 423601
Email :
I only work part-time. My hours are normally - All Day : Monday, Tuesday,Wednesday. Thursday - morning.  
Postal Address: St Austell One Stop Shop, 39 Penwinnick Road, St Austell, PL25 5DR




Are you interested in access to the countryside in Cornwall?


We are looking for enthusiastic, committed people who can help develop opportunities for public access to the countryside in Cornwall.


Cornwall Countryside Access Forum provides advice to Cornwall Council and other appropriate bodies on how to make the countryside more accessible and enjoyable for open-air recreation, in ways which also address social, economic and environmental issues.


Cornwall Council is responsible for appointing members to Cornwall Countryside Access Forum and applications are currently being sought from candidates for vacancies on the Forum which will become available from July 2015.  Successful candidates will be appointed for a period of 3 years.  Cornwall Council is required to ensure that there is a balance of users, landowners and other interests on the Forum.


Public meetings of the Forum are held four times a year, generally on a Tuesday afternoon, although attendance at working groups and site visits may also be necessary.


The appointments will be effective from the Forum’s Annual Meeting to be held on Tuesday, 28 July 2015.



Further details and an application form are available from:

Representative of the Secretary to CCAF

Cornwall Council

Contact: Lynne Beardsmore, Telephone 01579 341243

email or visit and download an application form


The closing date for applications is Friday, 8 May 2015










St Breock Parish Council will be holding their next meeting on Wednesday 19th May 2021 commencing at 7.00pm

This will be preceded by the Annual Meeting at 6.30pm. 

Please note: This will be a "face to face" meeting held at the Royal Cornwall Showground Wadebridge (room to be advised). COVID measures will be in place. 


Our meetings are normally held on the 2nd Wednesday of the month.

 Members of the Public are welcome however, please note,  if you wish to speak (3 minutes) at a meeting you MUST notify the Clerk as detaikled above. 


 Keep safe!



   Parish Council Meeting information  

You can contact us as follows:

Mr R.V. Jarratt - Chairman

.Cobweb Cottage, Burlawn, Wadebridge.PL27 7LD.

T: 01208 813738.


Ms Jacqui Peskett (Parish Clerk).

A2, Victoria Advent House,

Station Approach, Victoria,                 Roche


PL26 8LG

T: 01726 210138


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