Parish Council Services
St Endellion Parish Council provides a range of services, as shown below. If you have any comments, or require more information, please contact the Parish Clerk, by clicking the link email parish clerk.
Parish Council Meetings
The Parish Council hold a 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.
Port Isaac Playing Fields
Port Isaac Playing Fields are owned and managed by the Parish Council. The area is open to members of the public to use but NO DOGS are allowed on the playing field area. Dogs are allowed on the field below The Main Car Park where the ‘poop must be scooped’!
The Parish Council manages the public toilets on The Main car park on Trewetha Lane; the New Road car park and the public toilets on Roscarrock Hill.
The Main (Trewetha Lane) Car Park
Entering along the B3267 you will find our Parish Council run car park on your right, ‘The Main’ Car park. A staggered, open plan car park with 139 spaces in the main site (including 5 disabled bays), with an additional 40 bays in an overflow site accessed at the back. The site is open 24/7, patrolled and It is now possible for visitors to purchase parking tickets in advance. For details, see the Parkonomy website https://parkonomy.com/en/book/655/port-isaac/main-car-park-trewetha.
Tickets purchased in advance for The Main (Trewetha Lane) Car Park do not guarantee a parking place?
Up to 3 hours £3
All day (expires at midnight) £5
All day and night (expire 9am following day) £7
24 hour ticket £10
No concessions and No free parking.
There are toilet facilities on site, which is adjacent to the public playing area (no dogs allowed) with views across to Tintagel.
The field on the lower side of the overflow area is suitable for dog exercise. Please pick up after your dog. Access to the village is along the main road.
Cornwall council tickets, Season, Weekly, Rover or otherwise, are NOT compatible with our parish council car park.
At The Main (Trewetha Lane) car park, visitors will find a catering kiosk and at the New Road car park a small shop both are open during the tourist season.
Footpaths and Verges
A large number of the footpaths and grass verges are maintained by the Parish Council.
The Parish Council maintain more than 50 public seats around the parish, many donated by residents and visitors in memory of loved ones, so there is always somewhere to sit and enjoy the many beautiful views.