Monday, 27 June 2016

Perranuthnoe Film Night

Thursday 30th June at 7pm in the Church Room
(Refreshments at the interval)

Thursday, 16 June 2016

Unattended Tent

Can anybody help with information?

There is an unattended tent erected just off of the footpath in our newly seeded front field - they have already damaged the grass with a fire. Has anybody seen the occupants. Does anybody know the phone number for the community police officer?

Thanks Christine

Sunday, 12 June 2016

MISSING: Can you help?

Two kayak wheel trolleys have gone missing from Perranuthnoe beach yesterday. They were on the top of the rocks on the right hand side as you come down the slip. They were there from about 10am on Saturday 11 June but were gone when the owners returned around 5.30 - 6pm

It is understood from people on the beach that some children were playing with them.

If anyone has any information at all please could you leave a comment or contact us through Facebook, Twitter, Perranuthnoe Website or telephone 01736 710565.

Alternatively, if someone has taken them they can be easily returned and left outside The Old Chapel, Perranuthnoe anonymously.

Please share this so that we can try and recover these two trolleys to their owner.

Tuesday, 7 June 2016

Thoughts On The Roads In Perranuthnoe‏

Dear all,

Your Parish Council is still trying to get something done about problem parking in our village.

Some years ago, a scheme requiring double yellow lines throughout the village and along the access road was proposed, but it met with opposition from some businesses and some residents. Because there was no consensus, the scheme could not go forward.

The option of having double yellow lines still divides opinion, so we are trying to find some possible alternatives.

As an alternative start point for a scheme, how about at least designating some "no parking allowed" passing places on the village access road and some no parking areas at key "pinch points" in the village?

Or, does anyone have any other ideas or suggestions?

Could residents please email me at with ideas. I'd appreciate inputs by June 15th, so that I can collate everything and communicate back to you on options.

In particular, if we go ahead with the suggested alternative, please help identify where passing places should be and where the key "pinch points" are within our village.

Your inputs will help me to go back to the PC with a concrete proposal as an alternative to blanket yellow lines.

If residents wish to form a committee on this topic, then I can facilitate this as well.

Thanks for your time,
Theresa Strawson