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Lost & found!

We have various pieces of lost property that have been found in Devoran Park over the last few months. These are two pairs of glasses, a pair of sunglasses, a key (found in Retallack Park), a baby Annabelle doll, a crabbing line and a Cornwall Athletics Club jumper. If they're yours please collect from the Parish Council Office in Devoran, thank you!

"Your Choice" 2017/18 Funding now open!

The Parish Council runs a grant scheme available to local groups and charities, this is a Participatory Budgeting Scheme which gives local residents a say in which local groups and charities the Parish Council supports, by allowing them to vote online and on paper voting slips. ​ An application form and the funding criteria can be downloaded using this link or hard copies collected from the the Parish Council Office in Devoran. The timetable for the grant process is as follows: Applications open - Friday 27th January 2017 Deadline for return of applications - Friday 31st March 2017 Parish Council short-list applications - Tuesday 4th April 2017 Public meeting to present projects and public v

Penhaligon's Friends donation from Carols Around the Tree event

Devoran Pre-School have asked us to share this letter they received from Penhaligon's Friends to thank everyone in the community for their kind donations to the charity for refreshments served at the Carols Around the Tree event held just before Christmas.

Thank you to Sunbeams & Carnon Downs Film Club

The Parish Council would like to say a huge thank you to Sunbeams Playgroup and The Carnon Downs Film Club for their very generous donations to help fund a defibrillator to be installed in the phonebox on Forth Coth in Carnon Downs. The Lions Club and Parish Council have funded a heated weatherproof cabinet to house it and the defibrillator will be installed shortly. Below is a link to a video which shows exactly how the defibrillators that the Parish Council have installed in Feock and Devoran (and shortly Carnon Downs) actually work, please don't be afraid of them, they are so clever that they won't allow a shock to be delivered to someone who does not need it!

Feock Trails Day Saturday 18th February

On Saturday 18th February 2017 meet your neighbours or walk with friends and family on our Community Walks Day. Detailed maps will guide you along one of nine footpath trails, each of which displays and celebrates the outstanding natural beauty and rich history of the Parish. A free pack of new trail leaflets and information about the walks will be available at venues around the Parish on the day from 10am to 2pm • Carnon Downs Village Hall • Devoran Village Hall • St Feock Church & Community Hall • Penpoll Chapel Hall Just pick up your information pack and choose a walk. All those registering on the day will be entered in a fun Prize Draw, and are welcome to j

Fancy being a Councillor?

This year the Cornwall Council and Town Council Elections 4 yearly elections are being held on 4th May. Cornwall Council are holding a Councillors Fair on Saturday 28th January 2017 for anyone wishing to stand as a Councillor either for your Town, Parish or Cornwall Council. If anyone is interested in standing for Feock Parish Council and would like to find out more about what the Council does please feel free to call into the office in Market Street in Devoran or contact the Parish Clerk on More details can be found here about the Councillors Fair

Real Christmas tree recycling

Cornwall Council will collect real Christmas trees in the weeks starting 9 January and 16 January 2017. Please put your tree out on your normal rubbish collection day on the alternate week to your recycling collection. The trees will be collected for free and then shredded and composted. You can also take your tree to the Household Waste and Recycling Centres. Christmas recycling information and tips Christmas cards There are various charity collections for Christmas cards. You can also put them in your cardboard bag as part of your household recycling collection. Envelopes Envelopes can go in your household recycling collection. White envelopes should go into the paper bag, coloured or brow

Bonfires - reminder to be neighbourly

Residents are reminded that there are restrictions on burning of certain materials and that bonfires can be un-neighbourly and unnecessary and may also be unlawful. Suitable re-cycling facilities exist locally and if these are not convenient or easily reached, or the items are too large for you to transport yourself, Cornwall Council run a scheme for collection of items which cannot be disposed of with normal household waste or re-cycling. More details on your nearest recycling centre can be found here This is a far more neighbourly and environmentally friendly option for

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