Friday, 16 October 2020

Malicious Theft And Damage

Over the last two weeks and on several occasions in the middle of the night, several properties on St Pirans Way have had their parking cones stolen. 

They have been taken over several nights and apparently some were seen thrown in the hedge on the way out of the village this (Friday, 16/10/2020) morning, they had been glued together. 

This is malicious theft and damage and has been reported to the police.

If anyone sees anything suspicious or knows anything about this please let the police know. The case number is CR/087393/20

It's not a nice thought that someone is prowling around the village with malicious intent in the middle of the night!

Stay safe everyone.

Thursday, 15 October 2020

Harvest Service

 Harvest Service Perranuthnoe Church


Drop off at Yvonne's or will collect.

Dried Goods


Tin Soups and Vegetables




Friday, 2 October 2020

A Message from the Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group

As many of you will know, over the last few years the Parish Council and community volunteers have been working on developing the Perranuthnoe Parish Neighbourhood Plan. We would like to thank everyone who has contributed to this process.

The Plan gives us a chance to guide how planning decisions are made here, an opportunity to play a real role in shaping the future of this Parish. It can help to achieve the sort of development that local communities want, and to protect the resources and places that are most valued.

Consultation on the draft Plan has been extended to November 10th

We would like to thank all those who have taken the time to share their thoughts and comments on the draft Plan, and to encourage those who have not yet done so to provide their feedback.

All relevant documents and information can be found on:

Please use the Feedback Form to let us know:

 -  which are the issues and policies in the draft Plan which you feel are most important

And / or

  - what do you feel is missing or incorrect and why

Thank You! ... Let’s forge a stronger Parish together!

David Barlow
Perranuthnoe Parish Clerk

Tuesday, 22 September 2020

Anyone Need Any Hardcore

I have about a tonne (a good trailer load) of hard core if anyone in the village is about to embark on a patio/garden project and can make use of it!

Tell: Michaela 01736 758208

Friday, 4 September 2020

Volunteers Needed To Rake Up The Churchyard

Residents of Perranuthnoe

It's your churchyard.

The church yard has now had its annual cut.

Volunteers are invited to come at your leisure, any time soon, to rake up the cut grass . Half an hour of your time may be all that is needed to do a small share.

If you could rake up a section and leave it in a small heap by a path, it will be taken to the main heap at a later date. This makes it obvious to others which bit you have done.

It should be a sunny weekend so the perfect opportunity to help.  Or come later in the week if it's not finished. So please come and do your bit for the Community. 

Thank you in advance 

Susan Dodds

Questions 07752843743

Friday, 28 August 2020

A Message from the Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group

Thank you to everyone who has shared their thoughts and comments on the draft Parish Neighbourhood Plan. This is just a reminder to anyone who hasn’t yet done so, that the deadline for comments is coming up at the end of the month.

Please do take a few minutes to provide your feedback, it’s your Plan and it’s important that it provides planning guidance that will work positively to make sure that future development here benefits the Parish community, and protects the resources and areas that are important to you ....but the Steering Group won’t know unless you tell them!

It is really important that you tell the Steering Group:

 - if the draft Plan’s policies cover the issues which you feel are important here? If so please confirm which policies you feel will be most beneficial to the Parish and why.


 - if there are important planning issues that the Plan’s policies don’t address properly, or don’t address strongly enough? If so what and why?

The Feedback Form can be downloaded from the Neighbourhood Plan website along with the Neighbourhood Plan itself, an ‘At a Glance’ summary of the Plan’s policies, and all other relevant documents.

Thank you .... Let’s forge a stronger Parish together!

Open Studios - Starts Saturday 29th August


Friday, 17 July 2020

Key Worker Needs Accommodation

My name is Mark Charlton and I am a specialist gardener at the new Trenow Fields permaculture project. 
I have been in temporary accommodation for the past month but now need to find a new place. I've just heard about an incredible cohousing community in Marazion so things are moving. They're hoping to complete in September so just a few more months to find a place for! I am a non-smoker and work full time. I am seeking low budget accommodation within striking distance of Perranuthnoe.

If anyone can help please comment below.

Thank you


Friday, 3 July 2020

FREE Stairlift

I own Parc and Praze and we are cleaning up the house. There is a stairlift in the house that is no longer needed and I wondered if someone in the village could use it. I'm happy to give it to them for free and have it delivered to their house for installation.

It is a Stanna Stairlift and in perfect condition.  It is a straight run of lift that covers 13 standard stairs.  Hopefully this can be useful for someone in the village.

If anyone is interested I can be contacted by;



Mobile: 07768361776

Thank you


Friday, 26 June 2020

Perranuthnoe Car Park Update

As you may already be aware the car park is now open!

Unfortunately, after all the moaning about it being closed people are still parking around the village only now it is to avoid the parking fees. Parking outside peoples homes and along the road down in to the village is NOT ON and causes unnecessary congestion.

Please think twice before you leave your car parked where it shouldn't be parked. No one wants to be the cause of a nasty accident or, God forbid death due to roads being blocked by selfish parking. Our roads are not wide enough for this sort of behaviour. THINK, ambulances, fire engines, busses, delivery vehicles.

And a special note to the surfers, SLOW DOWN!

If this virus & lockdown has taught us anything surely it is to be more thoughtful about our actions and show more compassion for others?

Stay safe