What St Endellion Parish Council are responsible for!
St Endellion Parish Council in North Cornwall covering the villages of Port Isaac, Port Gaverne, St. Endellion, Trelights and the surrounding area. The Council provides a range of services, as shown on the Parish Council Services page. If you have any comments, or require more information, please contact the Parish Clerk, by clicking the link email parish clerk.
The Parish Council hold a Full Council meeting on the second Monday of each month at 7.00 p.m. to discuss any business and review planning consents and other parish business. There is also a second Full Council meeting on the fourth Monday of each month. For full details of the matters to be discussed please see the agenda.
The Parish Council is soliciting expressions of interest from interested parties to operate a catering concession at the Trewetha Lane car park.
Please contact: Mrs Gillian Thompson, Parish Clerk
12 Bonython Drive, Grampound, Truro, Cornwall, TR2 4RL.
Do you have problems getting to the library because of a disability, poor health, accident or caring responsibilities?
The Home Library service will deliver books, Large Print books and Talking books to your door – FREE!
For more information phone 0300 1234 111, visit www.cornwall.gov.uk/library or fill in a form at your local library.
Royal Voluntary Service.
Could you lend a hand?
Just a few hours a month is all it takes to make a difference. Why not share your love of books with isolated and lonely older people in your local community by becoming a Home Library Service volunteer.
If you would like to find out more, please get in touch.
Mobile – Text VOLUNTEER TO 60777
Telephone – 01209 705159
Get involved with volunteering. Just visit www.royalvoluntaryservice.org.uk/volunteer to find out more.
MINUTES OF THE ANNUAL COUNCIL MEETING HELD IN PORT ISAAC SCHOOL MONDAY, 8th MAY 2017 @ 7pm
NOTICE AND AGENDA OF THE ANNUAL COUNCIL MEETING TO BE HELD IN PORT ISAAC SCHOOL MONDAY, 8th MAY 2017 @ 7pm.
Members of the public and press are invited to attend this meeting of the Council.
Photographs by Sally Stratton