Cornwall Council is currently undertaking a public consultation as part of a Community Governance Review for the whole of Cornwall, to ensure community governance arrangements at parish level reflect the identity and interest of your local communities and work as conveniently and effectively as possible. The public consultation runs until 24 March 2020. Please click here to see details of upcoming Public Meetings. For further information regarding the Community Governance Review please click here. Any questions please contact the Clerk: firstname.lastname@example.org
Last winter Cornwall Council gritting crews covered 75,000 miles of road – more than three times around the globe – and used around 14,000 tonnes of salt to keep Cornwall’s roads moving as freely as possible.
Following feedback from town and parish councils, Cornwall Council will be sending you an info-graphic in the near future with facts and figures about the winter maintenance service and Cormac’s operations.
In the meantime, there are three ways you can keep up to date with the areas to be salted over a 24 hour period:
As in previous years, there will be no rubbish and recycling collections on Christmas Day or Boxing Day.
Collections due on Christmas Day:
These details will be posted to residents of Cornwall as part of their collection calendar. Further information is available at www.cornwall.gov.uk/christmas.
Cornwall Council will collect real Christmas trees (under 6ft) for composting on the weeks beginning 6 January and 13 January. They will collect trees on the alternate week to your recycling collection. Please place your tree out for collection beside your rubbish. If you have any questions, please contact Waste and Recycling team on 0300 1234 141.
The time of your Christmas and New Year collections may vary, but the day remains the same unless your collection is due on Christmas Day or Boxing Day.
News & Events
This is where we will post all news and events relating to Marhamchurch Parish Council, as well as updates from Cornwall Council.