We’re doing a bit of a spring clean on the site at present, so please bear with us. Contact the clerk if you find any broken links or info is now missing.
please remember – any text in RED on this site links you to more information
Our NDP has now entered the next phase with Cornwall Council publishing it for legal compliance and comment. The consultation has been extended to 10 weeks due to COVID19, so it will end on 29th July. This link will take you to the legal compliance report and decision notice.
PA21/00012/NDP is now being consulted on and once this has concluded the plan will be independently examined before going to a referendum in the autumn (hopefully).
The future of Parish Council meetings ..
As of 24th June we hope to be back having actual, physical meetings in the Memorial Hall. We will have to abide by current legislation about numbers and safety measures. We hope to be able to undertake some form of recording so that the number people who have been catching up online can still keep up.
Summary on COVID restrictions from 17th May
- Gathering limits will be eased. Outdoor gatherings will be limited to 30 people and indoor gatherings will be limited to 6 people or 2 households (each household can include a support bubble, if eligible).
- New guidance on meeting friends and family will emphasise personal responsibility rather than government rules. Instead of instructing you to stay 2m apart from anyone you don’t live with, you will be encouraged to exercise caution and consider the guidance on risks associated with COVID-19 and actions you can take to help keep you and your loved ones safe.
- Indoor entertainment and attractions can reopen with covid secure measures. Capped capacity live events can take place – but check with your venue for specific details.
- Indoor hospitality venues such as restaurants, pubs, bars and cafes can reopen.
- Organised indoor sport will be able to take place
- All holiday accommodation will be open (including hotels and B&Bs).
- Up to 30 people can now attend weddings, wakes, christenings and other commemorative events
- The rules for care home residents visiting out and receiving visitors will change, allowing up to five named visitors (two at any one time), provided visitors test negative for COVID-19.
- All higher education students will be able to access in-person teaching.
- Travel restrictions are opened – but with separate rules in place based on destination.
The Parish Council will once again try to keep the flow of information going using the parish and community websites, so please check these regularly for information. www.mawnan.org.uk or http://www.mawnanparish.co.uk/community/mawnan-parish-15232/home
If you know of an ongoing breach, feel someone or something happening in the village is unsafe or goes against the current restrictions please report this to the dedicated Enforcement team- email firstname.lastname@example.org . They will assess the report and pass onto the most appropriate service from the police to family care to the volunteer support sector and guarantee a 48 hour to response. The police are patrolling and have extended powers so you can also report breaches to then online using the form they provide.
Please stay safe.
Mawnan Parish Council