. Welcome to Mawnan Parish Council


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please remember – any text in GREEN on this site links you to more details if you click directly on it.

The Parish Council has a Vacancy by Co-option (that means a space).   If you want further details click here or show up at the meting on 20th December.

 

Remembrance Service 2018

Thanks you to the large number of people who swelled the Memorial Hall to almost bursting point on Sunday morning.

Fortunately we managed to avoid any of the passing showers and were grateful to those who accompanied the group in it’s transit down to the Millennium Cross and the formal laying of wreaths.

Special thanks to the hall ladies, WI& Local History Group for their wonderful refreshments, an eye-catching display of community poppies and the personal and local remembrances of the village’s history during the war.


Speedwatch for Mawnan?  

unfortunately because of the results of the recent traffic & speed survey Police support for a Speedwatch project group in Mawnan has been withdrawn.

Graveyard Signage Project

As part of an ongoing project by the Parish Council to help visitors and parishioners alike locate the graves of individuals we have installed a new sign up at St Mawnan Church and have left a  hardcopy of our “Finding a Memorial” information in the lychgate below the sign as well as it being available on the parish website.

If you do note any changes, omissions or something that need correcting please contact the parish clerk – changes can be done in a couple of days usually.

Many thanks to Cllrs David Nash & Graham Marsden who have been involved in mapping, recording and designing all of this project information.


 

For details on any current contracts & quotes OR details on our graveyards please look under “Council Services” on the main SERVICES menu bar.  

We are looking to restore the seats in the churchyard.  Please check out the Tenders & Quotes  or Mawnan Graveyard pages for information.  We are looking for advice just as much as a works quote on this.


Message from PCSO Fuller …

I am just letting you all know that Friday 21st September 2018 will be the last day that I serve with Devon and Cornwall Police as a PCSO as on Monday 24th September I will be starting my training as a Police Constable. It has been a pleasure working with you all over the past 3 to 4 years while I have been looking after the rural parishes, I wish you all well for the future and we may well be in touch again at some point in the future.

Until 21st September I will still be dealing with any issues within your area but after that date you will need to contact PC Mat Cummins or PC Helen Newton, they can be contacted on falmouth@dc.police.uk

Regards

Ashley

PCSO 30640 Ashley Fuller
Email 101@dc.police.uk for non-urgent reports and queries


 

Remembrance Service 2017

Unfortunately this year we got rained on but not enough that the Service of Remembrance did not go ahead.  Thank you to Rev Johanna Clare for the readings and to the Brownies, Guides and young members of our parish who laid commemorative crosses for those lost in the parish in both World Wars.  Special thanks to Izzy who played a wonderful rendition of the Last Post at very short notice.


Check out the  NOTICEBOARD  section under information where we hope to be able to add details of all of the communications sent to the clerk which might be of interest to anyone in the parish.


We are keeping the front page for current information.  Older stories can be viewed on our news archive page.