Welcome to Sithney Parish Council Website which is aimed at local people and visitors.
If you would like to add your event or advise us of a local group in Sithney please contact the Clerk by email – email@example.com or by telephone 07855774357.
Sithney Parish Council is not operating under normal circumstances, due to Government advice. Please see the ‘Agenda’ page for the most up to date information.
Therefore the council has had to pass a resolution for delegated power decision making. It is a statutory requirement that a register is kept for every decision authorised by the Clerk under the Emergency Delegation and that it is updated regularly on the website. The following are decisions that have been taken by the Clerk as Proper Officer of the council under the Emergency Scheme of Delegation as a result of the Coronavirus Bill 2020 and associated Government Restrictions.
|OFFICER DELGATED DECISION REGISTER 2020|
|The following are decisions that have been taken by the Clerk as Proper Officer of the council under the Emergency Scheme of Delegation as a result of the Coronavirus Bill 2020 and associated Government Restrictions. The Register is made in accordance with the 2014 Openness of Local Government Bodies Regulations.|
|For further details, please contact the Clerk by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Information exempted under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and the General Data Protection Regulations marked * will not be published.|
|Date of Decision||Reference Number||Decision Taken By||Financial Value||S137 Yes or No||Details|
|01.04.2020||SPC/001||Clerk in consultation with Chairman Cllr P Martin and Cllr Mrs Linda Penrose (Authorised Signatory), and all other Cllrs by email.||£102.81||No||Payment for Pension contribution as per Contract|
|01.04.2020||SPC/002||Clerk in consultation with Chairman Cllr P Martin and Cllr Mrs Linda Penrose (Authorised Signatory), and all other Cllrs by email.||£1,176.00||No||Payment for removal and relocation of Granite Picnic Bench. Work has already been completed.|
|01.04.2020||SPC/003||Clerk in consultation with Chairman Cllr P Martin and Cllr Mrs Linda Penrose (Authorised Signatory), and all other Cllrs by email.||£1,344.00||No||LMP work that has already been agreed and carried out.|
|01.04.2020||SPC/004||£59.99||No||Reimbursement of Costs for Office 365 already paid by clerk.|
|07.04.2020||SPC/005||Clerk in consultation with Chairman Cllr P Martin and all other Cllrs by email.||No||No||PA20/01659 High Barn Gwavas Hill Lowertown – Erection of a two storey extension within the current footprint of the building to house an upstairs kitchen and new entrance hall and utility room downstairs. Sithney Parish Council supports the proposed extension as it is felt that it is modest and fits within the current footprint and should not impact on the amenity of neighbouring properties.|
|07.04.2020||SPC/006||Clerk in consultation with Chairman Cllr P Martin and all other Cllrs by email.||No||No||PA20/01067 Chapel Field Crowntown – Construction of dwelling and associated works. Sithney Parish Council Objects to the application in that SPC question the “rounding off” of the settlement and feel that it would be of little value to the parish.|
|07.04.2020||SPC/007||Clerk in consultation with Chairman Cllr P Martin and all other Cllrs by email.||No||No||PA20/01885 – Former Tennis Courts – Reserved matters application for the construction of 2 dwellings and garages (PA17/00260) former tennis courts Crowntown. Sithney Parish Council supports the application as it is felt that the design and access statement appears to broadly follow the comments on the original planning approval and it is also felt that the dwellings would fit in with existing building within the area.|
|07.04.2020||SPC/008||Clerk in consultation with Chairman Cllr P Martin and all other Cllrs by email.||No||No||PA20/01335 Crown Inn Crowntown – Change of use from A4 (public house / guest house) to C1 (guest house). Sithney Parish Council supports the application as the continued use of the building as a public house appears to be unviable and the attempt to sell was unsuccessful, therefore the proposal would appear to be a reasonable alternative.|
|28.04.2020||SPC/009||£302.81||No||Payment for Pension contribution as per Contract|
|28.04.2020||SPC/010||£960.00||No||LMP work that has already been agreed and carried out.|
|28.04.2020||SPC/011||£64.80||No||Clearing of area behind old Bus Shelter, work has already been carried out.|
|28.04.2020||SPC/012||£364.91||No||CALC Membership 2020/2021|
|28.04.2020||SPC/013||£270.00||No||Asbestos Survey for old bus shelter. Legal requirement, work already carried out.|
|28.04.2020||SPC/014||Clerk in consultation with Chairman Cllr P Martin and all other Cllrs by email.||No||No||PA20/01947 – Merther Farm Merther Lane Sithney TR13 0RP – Extension to agricultural shed. Sithney Parish Council did have some concern as to the fact that the building
will double in size. However, it also noted that it is being added to an existing building, will be for the storage of agricultural machinery and that the nearest dwelling is Merther Farm itself. Sithney Parish Council therefore RESOLVED to support the application, 6 Cllrs in Favour, 1 Abstained from Voting.
|28.04.2020||SPC/015||Clerk in consultation with Chairman Cllr P Martin and all other Cllrs by email.||No||No||PA20/02591 – Land Adj To Cudna Barn Cudna Lane Crowntown TR13 0AD – Construction of four dwellings (full application following outline approval decision PA16/08395) (Decision PA18/00344) with variation of condition 2. Sithney Parish council noted that the site plan was to be altered in order to add the garage to unit 4, but felt the amendments sought to the previous full planning approval were not significant and so RESOLVED that Sithney Parish
Council supports the application, 4 Cllrs Supported, 3 abstained.
|28.04.2020||SPC/016||Clerk in consultation with Chairman Cllr P Martin and all other Cllrs by email.||No||No||PA20/01885 – Former Tennis Courts Crowntown Helston Cornwall TR13 0AD – Reserved Matters application for the construction of two dwellings and garages (PA17/00260). The planning officer has confirmed that the changes to the planning application are relatively minor. Sithney Parish Council therefore RESOLVED to Support this application, 4 Cllrs Supported and 3 Abstained from voting.|
Coverack Bridges Phone Box/Defibrillator
You may have noticed the new, shiny, refurbished, telephone box in Coverack Bridges. We are pleased to inform you that the Defibrillator has now been installed and is fully operational.
Defibrillators save many hundreds of lives in the UK each year and when used quickly can increase the chances of surviving a heart attack by up to 70%. We hope you agree that this is a valuable resource for our area.
Should you know of someone that is struggling to, or has stopped breathing due to a suspected heart attack, first phone 999 and call for an ambulance. Then, if you are able to leave them with someone who can start to administer CPR, go to the phone box and collect the defibrillator and take it to where the person is situated. The machine will give clear audible instructions as to how to use. There is no lock or code required and no training is necessary.
We would like take this opportunity to thank the following people who have contributed to the success of this project:
D A Giles Ltd – In particular Lee Graham
Paul Hoskin – Abstract Art
Andy Brown – AP Brown Ltd
James Townsend – Sixprint
Paul Hanson – Peninsular Signs
Sithney Parish Council
The latest advice from Public Health England
Public Health England continues to lead on advice for the public. You can find information on the NHS website – NHS website.
Public Health England has also published guidance on social distancing for everyone in the UK and protecting older people and vulnerable adults.
There is also an Information about Coronavirus (COVID-19) page on the Cornwall Council website with useful links and general information. The sites shown on this page are regularly updated with the latest national guidance.
Volunteer Cornwall – “Flu Friends”
They are currently creating a list of volunteers to help those self-isolating, will complete services such as food shopping.
Opening branches an hour early from 8am to 9am for the elderly and vulnerable to do their banking.
Helston Community Emergency Plan (Helston town council)
email@example.com (Use Volunteer in subject title) or 01326 572063
Collect food shopping, post mail, collect urgent supplies, give a regular friendly phone call or check in. Volunteer service.
Coast Coffee Bar – Considering service
https://www.coastthelizard.co.uk/ 01326 290400
Door to door food delivery service.
Lizard area only.
St Keverne Village Store
01326 280207 Free delivery in & around the village locally.
Three Tuns, St Keverne
https://www.threetunscornwall.com/ 01326 281101
Free delivery for food takeaway orders.
Lifeboat House Restaurant, Coverack
https://thelifeboathouse.co.uk/ 01326 281400
Take-away menu due to be increased & the possibility of meal delivery in the future.
Star Inn, Porkellis
01326 340237 Due to introduce a take-away menu
The Cornish Harvest
https://www.cornishharvest.co.uk/ 07972 042389.
Deliveries -Helston, Porthleven, Gweek, Ashton, Breage, Mullion, Cury, Ruan, Cadgwith & The Lizard.
Hot meals and drink for delivery in Helston
Coffee Bean, Helston
Offering a delivery service, likely to be after closing time.
Camborne and Redruth Area
Trevaskis Farm – From next week if not sooner
https://www.trevaskisfarm.co.uk/ 01209 713931 Home delivery service of hot food or food delivery i.e. tins of food and pasta, pasties. Anyone interested to email them directly.
Will cover a 5-mile radius only.
Crib Stop, Camborne. – 01209 715900. Food deliveries.
Baker Toms – 01209 218989 Food deliveries.
Miss Molly’s Tea Room
01209 718196 Fresh homecooked delivery service – meals on wheels for local community. Daily order sheet available online.
01209 210982 Elderly shopping from 8.00 until 10.00 a.m. on a Wednesday morning 18.3.20. Online shopping orders
https://smokeyjoesofcornwall.co.uk/ 01209 821810.
Hot meal deliveries to commence on 23.3.20 but will deliver now if emergency. Blackwater, Scorrier, Mt Ambrose, Redruth, Mt Hawke, Perranporth, Portreath, Porthtowan. Speak to them they will help.
Bassett Arms, Portreath
01209 842077. Takeaway meals including Sunday Roast, currently unable to provide a delivery service but would be happy for local collections via a volunteer.
Jen’s Diner, Redruth – 01209 212477. Free food deliveries.
Praze Village Shop Camborne
Supporting vulnerable or self-isolating in local area as much as possible.
Praze area only.
Marsha Wells, Beacon Stores
01209 612314. Food delivery x 2 days per week
Inn for All Seasons
http://www.innforallseasonscornwall.co.uk/ 01209 219511.
Take away meal (cost of meal plus re-usable box @ 50p). Between 12.00 & 2.00 p.m.
Country Health Food Shop, Redruth
01209 215012. Phone & they will take orders with free deliveries for Redruth & surrounding areas. Wide range of food – eggs, beans, lentils, coffee, tea, plus shampoo & conditioner
The New Camborne Deli
Deliver sandwiches, jacket potatoes but can also supply ham, cheese, eggs and a range of store cupboard essentials.
Tyacks Hotel, Camborne – 01209 612424. Meal deliveries.
Camborne Day Centre & Forget me not tearooms – are open.
Corner Café, Mt Hawke – 07855754152. Home deliveries.
Cornish Food Box Company
01872 211533. Free food delivery
Shire Inn, Camborne
https://www.shireinn.co.uk/ 01209 712691.
Local meal deliveries – carveries Tuesday to Sunday
01209 215052. Local deliveries of shopping prioritising over 70’s. Payment by cash or cheque.
https://www.taxiincamborne.co.uk/ 01209 717171
Over 70s free taxi service to Iceland to complete food shop during isolation period.
Camborne area only.
Contact manager on 01209 831199 or 07787998084
For elderly locals who are self-isolating, happy to pick up prescriptions, small shops or anything that needs dropping to houses.
C.F.S. (Cornwall Funerals Services)
Scott Waters 01209 211684 has offered help with transport for elderly people – Redruth area.
Warrior Discount, Tuckingmill
01209 715500 Home deliveries (small charge depending on area) – Gas bottles, white goods, cleaning products, toilet & kitchen rolls, etc.
Raw4pawz, Redruth – 07854025015. Free deliveries of raw dog food.
Cows & Sows Farm Shop – 07866 178556. Free deliveries to customers.
Elsewhere in Cornwall
Victoria Inn Threemilestone
https://thevicinn.com/ 01872 278313
Aiming to have a takeaway and food delivery service around local communities for those self-isolating.
01209 860081. Free delivery of food on Wednesdays & Fridays – 4mile radius of Penhalvean shop.
01209 861713. Free home deliveries for food, calor gas & log deliveries.
Spar Shop, Stithians
01209 861675. Volunteers & Local Scouts Group are offering to help with deliveries.
http://www.norwayinn.co.uk/ 01872 864241
Aiming to have a takeaway and food delivery service around local communities for those self-isolating.
Postcard bid to help self-isolating neighbours
St Austell Printing Company announced it will be printing these postcards designed by a local in its Printshop for free. You are welcome to take as many as you need and distribute them around your town or village in an act of kindness.
McFaddens Butchers and Bakers and Premier Stores – West Cornwall
Created food packs available to deliver for those self-isolating
The Middle Shop, St Clare
Daily deliveries of milk, bread, fruit and veg. Deliveries if required or take phone orders to be collected.
The Coldstreamer, Gulval
Takeaway food menu and deliver to doors for free
Mount View Hotel and Pub, Longrock
Pub is delivering meals from the menu to people self-isolating, prices start at £4 with free delivery.
Facebook Groups – Constantly updating new groups/services
Covid-19 Mutual Aid Helston & Surrounding Areas
Covid-19 Mutual Aid Penzance
Cornwall Coronavirus Care
COVID19 Day to Day help – East Cornwall
Here to Help Cornwall Public Group.
Want to firstname.lastname@example.org – People able to offer support, location & what they are able to do i.e. welfare checks, food/med deliveries, etc.
Covidmutualaid.org/resources – Small local groups of people setting up independently to support vulnerable people in their local area.
LMP Scheme –
Do you regularly walk footpaths or Bridleways in the parish and would like to report a missing sign or overgrown path. If so please get in contact with the clerk – email@example.com
Sithney Millenium Map –
We have signed and unsigned Millenium Maps of Sithney – if you would like one please get in contact with the clerk.
Sithney Parish Council Facebook Group – Is now up and running and we would welcome members from the parish.
Sithney Parish Council Declare a climate emergency
Please see details on this in file below.
Climate change and carbon neutral Cornwall
SECTION 137 GRANT
Sithney Parish Council is empowered under Section 137 of the Local Government Act 1972 to incur expenditure which in the opinion of the Council is in the interests of the parish, or any part of it, or is in the interest or all or some of its inhabitants. Each group may only make one application in a financial year. The Policy can be found under Procedures in the main menu.
Millennium Maps – We have a number of Millenium Maps to purchase (Copy below) which are available from Picture and Things, 79 Meneage St, Helston TR13 8RB. Signed £8.00 and Unsigned £4.00.
Cornwall Council Report It –
You can report many things online to Cornwall Council by clicking on the link below.
- Report a pothole, street works, electrical or highway problem
- Report a missed waste collection
- Report dog fouling
- Report abandoned vehicle
- Report graffiti
- Report fly tipping
- Report breach of planning control
- Report a change of circumstance