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Vacancy for Parish Councillor - Carnon Downs ward

No nominations or requests have been received for an election for Feock Parish Council for the Carnon Downs ward vacancy, therefore there remains a vacancy on the Council. In accordance with the Representation of the People Act 1985 s21 920 b), the Parish Council has been instructed by Cornwall Council to fill the vacant seat by co-option. More information about the Parish Council and current projects can be found on our website www.feockparishcouncil.co.uk For more information about the role of a Parish Councillor and the co-option process please contact Debra Roberts, Parish Clerk on 01872 863333 or email debra@feockparishcouncil.co.uk or call into the Parish Council Office, Old Market Hal

Roadworks in Carnon Downs

Please be aware that Smithy Lane and Knights Meadows in Carnon Downs will be closed from today to 22nd November for resurfacing works.

A39 overnight closure for roadworks

The A39 will be closed from Arch Hill to Treluswell overnight from 7pm to 7am, from tonight until Friday 17th November for gully cleaning works.

Cars racing on bypass

We have received complaints regarding cars racing on the Carnon Downs bypass at night, between Carnon Downs and Devoran. The Police’s advice is that residents should report this via 101 at the time and if there are police in the area they will attend.

Feock ward vacancy

We are delighted to announce that Hilary Freeman was co-opted to the Parish Counc il at the meeting on Monday, filling the casual vacancy that has existed in Feock ward since the uncontested election in May. Welcome Hilary!

Message from Devon & Cornwall Police - Off-road vehicles using footpaths

We have received a number of reports by members of the Public about people using Off-road vehicles on Off-road paths within the parish. This is a problem that has in some places been ongoing for a number of years and is very difficult to try and tackle. The Off-road vehicles reported have varied from off-road buggies to 4X4 cars to off-road motorbikes and they are often being used in places where it is illegal to do so. The problem has caused issues for residents that live near to the problem such as noise nuisance and also damage being caused to their property such as smashed windows. It is illegal to ride any motor vehicle on any public right of way other than a general road or a public By

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