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Neighbourhood Plan consultation is now open

The Neighbourhood Development Plan has now been checked for legal compliance by Cornwall Council and the Cabinet member and the 6 week consultation period starts on Thursday 29th June and will end on Thursday 10th August 2017. ​​ Copies of the Neighbourhood Plan documents can be downloaded here or hard copies can be viewed in the Parish Council Office in Devoran, at Carnon Downs Doctors Surgery or at Cornwall Council Truro One Stop Shop at Pydar Street. ​ If you have any comments on the Neighbourhood Plan you can email these to neighbourhoodplanning@cornwall.gov.uk referring to the application number PA17/00016/NDP or write to The Head of Planning & Regeneration (Neighbourhood Planning), Cor

Bees in Devoran Park

There are bees nesting just along from the slide in Devoran Park, on the dusty path on the bank (that has been worn down by little feet!) they appear to be masonry bees which were nesting in the park last year. Their nest is in the dry ground and they have made small holes so please be careful of them.

Zip wire is closed at Retallack Park

The zipwire needs some repairs so for the time being it is closed off. Our contractor will be carrying out repairs early next week so it should be back up and running again soon but in the meantime please do not use it. Thank you

The swallows have returned to Retallack Park

The swallows that were nesting in Retallack Park (Feock) last year have returned! They are nesting in the playhouse part of the wooden play equipment, if possible please could children stay out of that piece of the equipment just whilst the babies are being raised. The rest of the play equipment is open as normal. Thank you.

"Your Choice" voting results announced!

The Parish Council met on 13th July 2017 to hear the results of the public vote for the 10 local projects who had applied for funding. We are delighted to announce that all 10 groups have received funding towards their projects! ​ As the amount of funding applied for far exceeded the budget allocated, the Council agreed that the groups who came in the top 5 of the public vote should receive the full amount of funding they had applied for and the other 5 groups would receive £100 each towards their project. Congratulations to all the groups and a huge thank you to the 370 people who took the time to cast a vote as well as to the groups who came to the Electors Meeting to present their project

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