Have you experienced illegal parking? Who do I contact about illegal parking issues?

Callington Town Council have no jurisdiction over parking in the town and therefore are unable to help or resolve any illegal parking problems.  Cornwall Council are responsible for these issues and can be contacted on 0300 1234 222.

Click on the link below for more information and further details on how to contact Cornwall Council.

https://www.cornwall.gov.uk/transport-and-streets/parking/parking-fines-and-enforcement/

 

 

New Town Councillor

Mike Moore has lived in Callington for over 16 years and has lived locally for almost 50 years.

He has been involved in various community activities including Callington Town Forum (Chairman for 10 years), Caradon (Southwest Cornwall) Neighbourhood Watch Forum (Chairman for 8 years), and the Devon and Cornwall Community Watch Association (DaCCWA board member and trustee for 7 years). I am also a Police Volunteer.

Current activities related to Callington Council include an active membership of the Callington Neighbourhood Plan (NHP) Steering Group.

Mike says: ‘I love living in Callington and hope to contribute to both the Council and the local Community, particularly by drawing upon my knowledge and experience in dealing with societal and environmental problems, which are often closely interwoven; and how they may affect our urbanised environment, and health and wellbeing in our town.’

For more information about Cllr Moore, please click on the link below:

Callington Market – Sunday 6th October

The third Market is being held in the Pannier Market, Callington on Sunday 6th October from 10.00am – 3.00pm.

There are over 30 traders, all under cover, with some that attended last month and some new for this month.   Refreshments will be available to eat in or take away.

Come and visit, have a browse and enjoy the market atmosphere.  Perhaps event get ahead and buy some Christmas presents!

Parking is FREE in all car parks!

We look forward to seeing you.

Public Market Meeting

The Town Council has been delighted with the support shown towards the Town Market initiative and would like to hold a public meeting to receive feedback good or bad.  The Town Council has committed to holding six Sunday markets this year and at the mid-way point we would like to hear what has worked well, what needs tweaking and constructive criticism, before we make plans for the future.

All are welcome to attend this meeting scheduled for Tuesday 10th September at 6.30pm in the Council Chambers.

The purpose of this meeting is to take on-board the comments, in order to make informed decisions at a later stage.

If you are unable to attend, please do send an email with any comments to clerk@callington-tc.gov.uk before the meeting.

 

Day Services Drop-Ins for September 2019

Cornwall Council is gathering people’s views and experiences related to day services support in Cornwall.
We will be holding a further five drop-in events on the following dates:

Hayle – Tuesday 10th September
1pm-4pm – Hayle Community Centre, 58 Queen’s Way, Hayle, TR27 4NX

Falmouth – Thursday 12th September
10am-1pm – Dracaena Centre, Dracaena Ave, Falmouth, TR11 2ER

Wadebridge – Friday 13th SeptemberDrop-Ins Poster September (003)
10am-1pm – John Betjeman Centre (Concern Wadebridge), Southern Way, Wadebridge, PL27 7BX

Treverbyn – Monday 16th September
10am-1pm – Treverbyn Community Hall, Treverbyn Road, Stenalees, Cornwall, PL26 8TL

Bude – Wednesday 18th September
9am-12pm – Parkhouse Centre, Ergue-Gaberic Way, Bude, EX23 8LD

Please come along and let us know what you think about day services.   You can find our day services survey and further information on our website: www.cornwall.gov.uk/dayservices
Contact us:

Email: dayopportunities@cornwall.gov.uk     Phone: 01872 224265

Callington Honey Fair – Wednesday 2nd October 2019

Following the success of last year’s family friendly Honey Fair Callington Lions are extending the same theme for this year.

Traditionally, Callington’s annual Honey Fair has something for everyone with the Streets filled with a variety of stalls displaying local and national produce.

In addition, this year there will be family entertainment including clowns, animals to pet, face painting, live music on a bigger stage and much, much more.

Also new this year hopefully will be:

local school bands and musicians

Children’s pasty making – Free!   (kindly sponsored by Helluva Pasties)

It will be extended into the evening with street entertainment for all the family to enjoy, including Rowland’s Fun Fair.

This is ‘Bee-sides’ the favourites of the Cornwall Bee Keepers displays, with their live bees and honey products, ‘Teas with the Bees’ and Children’s Art Competition. Don’t forget you can follow the trail of the Honey Fair Shop window displays, where the theme this year is ‘Vintage’.

Don’t Forget – you can use the free Park and Ride at St Mellion Resort – thanks to the support from St Mellion International

If you are a charity or stall holder it is still not too late to book your place, please see:  http://www.callingtonlions.org.uk/honeyfair.html

or Telephone: 0844 963 2446

PS: Don’t forget Honey Fair Bingo Night in the Town Hall. This will be on Friday 4th October, doors open at 7pm.

 

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FORE STREET – PARTIAL ROAD CLOSURE

Festive Light Repairs

Fore Street will be partially closed in August on Tuesday 27th, Wednesday 28th and Thursday 29th for essential repairs to the festive lights in the Town.   Access will be for buses and emergency vehicles.

Why these repairs you may ask?  The electrics for the Christmas lights have been causing some problems for a few years, in fact, last year they flickered on and off whenever there was any wind.  Those of you with long memories will know that some of these electrics are thirty years old!

Callington Town Council now has the funds to repair the electrics and these repairs will take place on the dates above.  A ‘rolling’ road closure will be put in place so that only part of the road will be closed at any one time. The Town Council has employed a professional company to handle the road closure ensuring that everything is kept legal and safe.

Our local electricians will be using a hydraulic platform and will be carrying out the works one section at a time.   If you have any queries or question please contact the Town Council office on 01579 384039.  Thank you for your co-operation.

 

****CHANGE OF DATE****

NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN PUBLIC CONSULTATION

The Public Consultation due to be held in the Committee Room, Town Hall from Tuesday 6th August to Friday 20th September has had to be rescheduled. Once dates have been finalised we will announce them on our website, social media pages and in the Callington News,

Sorry for any inconvenience.

Callington Town Market

The second Market is being held in the Pannier Market, Callington on Sunday 4th August from 10.00am – 3.00pm.

There are over 30 traders, all under cover, with some that attended last month and some new for this month.   Refreshments will be available to eat in or take away.

The weather is going to be fine so come and visit, have a browse and enjoy the market atmosphere.  Perhaps event get ahead and buy some Christmas presents!

Parking is FREE in all car parks!

We look forward to seeing you.

Mining News Update

Strategic Minerals (SML) News

In May 2016, SML entered financial arrangements with New Age Exploration Limited (“NAE”) and, ultimately, acquired 50% of the Redmoor tin/tungsten exploration project through subscribing for shares in Cornwall Resources Limited, the joint venture operating vehicle that holds the Redmoor licence. There have been a few news releases by Strategic Minerals in the last couple of weeks relevant to the project / company:

  1. Equity Fundraising on 25th June. The key points were, “A modest placing has been successfully undertaken of £890,000 as we await the anticipated receipt of over US$4 million from a customer for magnetite from our New Mexico operation in the USA.”
  2. Redmoor Acquisition Update on 27th June. The key point was, “The settlement arrangements for the acquisition of the remaining 50% of Cornwall Resources Limited, holder of the Redmoor Tin and Tungsten project, have been renegotiated in light of changes to the Company’s expected cash flows and we look forward to closing shortly.”
  3. Q2 Cobre Magnetite Sales on 15th July. The key point was, “Major magnetite client continues to express intention to pay US$4 million with legal proceedings expected to commence soon should payment not be forthcoming”

Plans for further drilling at Kelly Bray is being planned which may start in 2019 or early in 2020.