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210204 | There will not be an election on Thursday May 6th for Hayle Town Council due to there being insufficient candidate numb

There will not be an election on Thursday May 6th for Hayle Town Council due to there being insufficient candidate numbers.

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210204 | February and March 2021 | Council Corner - Election arrangements for Hayle Town Council 2021

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April/May 2021

Election arrangements for Hayle Town Council 2021

The next election for all seats on Hayle Town Council will take place on Thursday 6 May 2021.

The voting and election process is organised and managed by Cornwall Council and all registered residents of Hayle Parish should have already received notification and voting forms through the post. This will also include details of the polling station for your area, whichwill be open from 7am to 10pm that day.  read more »

Hayle Town Council elections 6 May 2021

Hayle West (10 seats)

Hayle East (5 seats) - Angarrack is in Hayle East Ward

Images via https://map.cornwall.gov.uk/website/ccmap/?zoomlevel=5&xcoord=157634&yco...

 

Arrangements for Hayle Town Council

Hayle Town Council has seats for 15 councillors, which between them, serve 2 wards in the Parish area of Hayle, which includes Phillack and Angarrack.

Following the Electoral Review in 2019 and the more recent Community Governance Review the ward boundaries of the Parish have changed so that the following seats will be contested in the 2021 elections:  read more »

210329 | Meet entrepreneur who started up business despite pandemic; Rachel Leaver launched Baba’s Mezze with Outset Cornwall

Meet the entrepreneur who started up a business despite the pandemic

With help from start-up programme, Outset Cornwall, Rachel Leaver launched her business, Baba’s Mezze  read more »

210324 | Three years later: government promises to act on second homes tax loophole

Three years later: government promises to act on second homes tax loophole

Posted By Julia Penhaligon on 24th March 2021

By Julia Penhaligon  read more »

210322 | Hoaxer leaves planning application notices Wetherspoon pub and 'gentlemen's club' in Hayle-look like Cornwall Council

Hoaxer leaves planning application notices for Wetherspoon pub and 'gentlemen's club' in Hayle

They look exactly like the notices issued by Cornwall Council  read more »

210317 | Cornwall Council may take Government to High Court over Levelling Up - £100m if stayed in EU or Johnson honoured pledge

Cllr Dwelly said: "Why does that first year matter? There are two words - Covid and Brexit. This is the worst possible time for Cornwall to go down.

"In Devon there are eight authorities which will each get £3m from the fund so in Devon they will have £3m times eight which is £24m. Cornwall will get just £3m.

"I can't see how you can look at what is coming next year to be anything other than a huge disaster.  read more »

210308 | First residents move into new affordable homes in Marazion - Some 40 affordable homes have been built in Marazion

Natalia Rotaru with her daughter and mother at their new home in Marazion
The first residents have started moving in at the new LiveWest affordable homes in Marazion
A memorial stone has ben erected on the development in tribute to HMS Warspite whose last resting place was near to Marazion

First residents move into new affordable homes in Marazion

Some 40 affordable homes have been built in Marazion

9 March 2021 Natalia Rotaru with her daughter and mother at their new home in Marazion

By Olivier Vergnault

Natalia Rotaru with her daughter and mother at their new home in Marazion (Image: LiveWest)  read more »

210228 | Breakdown of Covid vaccinations in Cornwall by cluster area

28th February  read more »

210216 | Shielding support for new and existing clinically extremely vulnerable residents | additional 4,333 adults in Cornwall

Shielding support for new and existing clinically extremely vulnerable residents

Cornwall Council,?NHS Kernow?and Volunteer Cornwall?are reassuring?all clinically extremely vulnerable residents?that?support?is?available?as more people are asked to shiel  read more »

210216 | Pick up after your pet urges Cornwall Council

Pick up after your pet urges Cornwall Council

From Cornwall Council:

Cornwall Council is reminding people to pick up their pet’s mess following an increase in reports of dog fouling during lockdown.

Under the Antisocial Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act it is an offence to allow a dog to foul in a public place and fail to remove the faeces.  read more »

210112 | Holiday home owner tried to get £10,000 Covid-19 grant had no right to; Ombudsman said Cornwall Council not at fault

Holiday home owner tried to get Covid-19 grant he had no right to

The Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman said that Cornwall Council was not at fault in refusing a holiday home owner's claim for a £10,000 Covid-19 business grant  read more »

210211 | Cornwall Council Cabinet recommends budget which invests in residents' priorities | 1.99%, +3% Gov adult SC £1.52/week

If budget is adopted, council tax will rise by 1.99%, plus an extra 3% for the Government precept for adult social care. This is equivalent to an extra £1.52 a week for the average property (band D).  read more »


210211 | Business leaders call for more support | discretionary funding awarded to Cornwall and Scilly does not reflect the area

Business leaders call for more support


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210209 | Cornwall Council calls for urgent financial support for Cornish businesses after grant applications soar

Cornwall Council calls for urgent financial support for Cornish businesses after grant applications soar

210209 | ARG Covid grant in Cornwall may be cut by half due to demand

9th February  read more »

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