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Landrake Parish Council
The A38 running through Landrake Village

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Nature Afternoon and Cream Teas

On Saturday 2 July, from 2-4pm, the Church of St Michael is holding their Nature Afternoon with Cream Teas. This is a family friendly event. Explore the biodiversity in the churchyard, do a family quiz, join the nature hunt and take part in the lucky dip. There will also be a Plant Swap Stall, a DIY Flower Arranging table and Cream Teas for all. FREE ENTRY!

20th June 2022

Certificate of Exemption 2021-22

Certificate of Exemption 2021-22

Landrake with St Erney Certificate of Exemption 2021-22

13th June 2022

Notice of Exercise of Public Rights 2021-2023

1. Date of announcement______12th June 2022 ______________________(a)
2. Each year the smaller authority prepares an Annual Governance and
Accountability Return (AGAR). The AGAR has been published with this notice.
It will not be reviewed by the appointed auditor, since the smaller authority has
certified itself as exempt from the appointed auditor’s review.
Any person interested has the right to inspect and make copies of the AGAR,
the accounting records for the financial year to which it relates and all books,
deeds, contracts, bills, vouchers, receipts and other documents relating to
those records must be made available for inspection by any person interested.
For the year ended 31 March 2022, these documents will be available on
reasonable notice by application to:
(b) Mrs Karenza Heald
24 Hounster Drive, Millbrook, Cornwall, PL10 1BZ

Tel 07854 984936
Email clerk@landrakeparishcouncil.gov.uk
commencing on (c) __Monday 13 June 2022 _______________________
and ending on (d) ___Friday 22 July 2022 ________________________
3. Local government electors and their representatives also have:
 The opportunity to question the appointed auditor about the accounting
records; and
 The right to make an objection which concerns a matter in respect of which
the appointed auditor could either make a public interest report or apply to
the court for a declaration that an item of account is unlawful. Written notice
of an objection must first be given to the auditor and a copy sent to the
smaller authority.
The appointed auditor can be contacted at the address in paragraph 4 below for
this purpose between the above dates only.
4. The smaller authority’s AGAR is only subject to review by the appointed
auditor if questions or objections raised under the Local Audit and
Accountability Act 2014 lead to the involvement of the auditor. The appointed
auditor is:
PKF Littlejohn LLP (Ref: SBA Team)
15 Westferry Circus
Canary Wharf
London E14 4HD
(sba@pkf-l.com)
5. This announcement is made by (e) Karenza Heald, Parish Clerk

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12th June 2022

Vacancy for Caretaker

Vacancy for Caretaker

The Council's appointed maintenance contractor has recently notified the Council of his retirement.

A vacancy has therefore arisen to appoint a replacement contractor who's role will be to keep the village clean and tidy and to assist the Council with general maintenance work.



Interested parties are invited to submit their tender applications.

How to apply
• Submit your CV or summary document detailing your previous experience.
• Details of your relevant qualifications for the role
• Availability of work in the parish (please advise of any commitments which may limit your hours)
• Expectation of contracted pay
• Two references, which must not be a relative or member of the Parish Council
The above information should be sent to Karenza Heald, clerk@landrakeparishcouncil.gov.uk.
Closing date: 8pm on Sunday 8th May 2022.


Prior to be offered the role the Council will require:
• Receipt of at least one satisfactory reference
• Evidence of a valid UK driving licence
• Confirmation you are eligible for employment in the UK
• Details of any criminal records.
• A copy of your Public Liability insurance.

The Council would like to take this opportunity to thank Mr Lamerton for many years dedicated service.

The closing date is Sunday 8th May 2022.

Caretaker infromaton

1st May 2022

Cornwall Council - Please stay weather aware this weekend

Cornwall Council - Please stay weather aware this weekend

Storm Eunice has made it's presence felt across Cornwall today. We're working hard with our partners to remove fallen trees, clear up debris and clearing our highways.

While the worst of the storm has passed, we are still expecting strong winds to continue over the weekend and there is cold weather due this evening.

To keep up to date with the very latest information please follow our Twitter page Twitter.com/CornwallCouncil

If you experience any weather related issues over the weekend here's how to report it:

To report flooding, contact the Environment Agency Incident hotline on 0800 80 70 60 (24 hour). Be flood aware and prepare if you can, and know what to do if your home starts to flood or call the Environment Agency on 0345 988 1188 (24 hour).

If you wish to report damage to roads or pavements that is causing an immediate danger, or roads blocked by fallen trees, please call the council on 0300 1234 222 (24 hour) or use our report it form online.

Call 105 or visit www.powercut105.com to report if you have a power cut.

If you find yourself in a situation where you believe you are in danger, please call 999.

You can report a fallen tree by calling 0300 1234 222 (24hrs).

Make sure you're scam aware too!
There may be some people taking advantage of the situation. Rogue traders may be out offering their services to help clear up. If you suspect something, inform our trading standards team.

If you have to travel tonight and over the weekend, we are out clearing things as fast as we can, please remember there may still be debris, so take extra care.

18th February 2022

Cornwall Council - Look out for vulnerable friends and family

Cornwall Council - Look out for vulnerable friends and family

We're asking our residents to look out for their vulnerable neighbours, relatives and friends this evening at Storm Eunice leaves at least 27,000 properties in Cornwall without power.

Storm Eunice has left in its wake a lot of damage and disruption – including power outages for many households across Cornwall.

While the power companies are doing everything they can to get households back on grid, and the council and our partners are working hard to clean up the debris and damage left by the storm, there will be residents who, this evening don’t have power at home.

https://www.powercut105.com/

18th February 2022

Cornwall Council - Fire safety in a powercut

Cornwall Council - Fire safety in a powercut

If you’re facing power cuts because of Storm Eunice, please think about fire safety and follow our simple advice
Switch off any appliances that may be a risk if they turn back on when the power comes back, and you aren’t nearby (such as straighteners or hair dryers).
Use a torch or battery-powered candle for light sources. Try to avoid using real candles if possible, but if you do, follow our advice: Candle safety - Cornwall Council
If you’re using portable heaters to stay warm, please use them safely. Don’t place them too close to people, furniture, or curtains and don’t cover them with anything, like clothing.
Don’t bring barbecues into your house to use for cooking. They’re a serious fire and carbon monoxide risk.
While the TV is off - test your smoke alarm.

18th February 2022

Cornwall Council - Worried about money?

Cornwall Council - Worried about money?

The costs of many of our everyday essentials are rising, and putting more pressure on our finances.

If you, or someone you know, needs some support there's a number of things the Council might be able to help with:
- Crisis Care awards
- Support to pay Council Tax
- Help and advice with energy bills
- Help with access to emergency food
- Free school meals
- Sign posting to support with debt
- Healthy Start scheme

Find out what help

18th February 2022

Vacancy for Landrake with St Erney Parish Council

Vacancy for Landrake with St Erney Parish Council

LANDRAKE WITH ST ERNEY PARISH
COUNCIL
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to Section 87(2) of the Local Government Act 1972 that due to the resignation of Rachel
Price, a vacancy has arisen in the Office of Councillor for the above Parish Council.
If by 10 March, 2022 (excluding Saturdays, Sundays, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Good
Friday and Bank Holidays, after the date of this notice) a request for an election to fill said
vacancy is made in writing (by hand or post) to the Returning Officer at the address below by TEN
electors for the said Parish, an election will be held to fill the said vacancy, otherwise the vacancy
will be filled by co-option.
If an election is called, it will take place not later than 17 May, 2022.
Dated 18 February, 2022
Kate Kennally
Returning Officer
Electoral Services
3rd Floor, South Wing
County Hall
Treyew Road
Truro
TR1 3AY

18th February 2022

Emergency Weather Warning - Red Alert 18th February 2022

Emergency Weather Warning - Red Alert 18th February 2022

A major incident has been declared after a red weather warning was issued for parts of Cornwall for Friday, February 18.

Cornwall Council and its partners are working together to prepare and are ready to respond to reports of damage.

Storm Eunice is set to bring damaging winds across the whole of the peninsula, with the worst affected areas, including the whole of the North Cornwall coast, set to see the peak of the storm between 7am and noon on Friday.

This is an extremely powerful storm. We are urging you not to travel unless absolutely necessary, and to stay away from exposed coastal areas. If you do have to make an essential journey - be prepared and expect disruption with possible road closures. Keep a look out for fallen trees and debris.

The Met Office red warning, the highest level that can be issued, means there is a risk to life from flying debris. Other impacts could include:

- extremely high winds, with gusts of up to 80/90mph even 100mph around the coast and beaches especially around high tide (7am Friday morning)

- widespread and major disruption to travel, with all forms of travel impacted (road, rail, air, sea, ferry)

- structural damage

- mobile homes being overturned

- communications and power outages

- uprooted trees

- very hazardous conditions for the public

- temporary structures (e.g., trampolines) being lifted and blown onto roads and railways

large waves and beach material being thrown onto coastal roads, sea fronts and homes, including flooding of some coastal properties.

A major incident has been declared after a red weather warning was issued for parts of Cornwall for Friday, February 18.

Cornwall Council and its partners are working together to prepare and are ready to respond to reports of damage.

Storm Eunice is set to bring damaging winds across the whole of the peninsula, with the worst affected areas, including the whole of the North Cornwall coast, set to see the peak of the storm between 7am and noon on Friday.

This is an extremely powerful storm. We are urging you not to travel unless absolutely necessary, and to stay away from exposed coastal areas. If you do have to make an essential journey - be prepared and expect disruption with possible road closures. Keep a look out for fallen trees and debris.

The Met Office red warning, the highest level that can be issued, means there is a risk to life from flying debris. Other impacts could include:

extremely high winds, with gusts of up to 80/90mph even 100mph around the coast and beaches especially around high tide (7am Friday morning)

widespread and major disruption to travel, with all forms of travel impacted (road, rail, air, sea, ferry)

structural damage

mobile homes being overturned

communications and power outages

uprooted trees

very hazardous conditions for the public

temporary structures (e.g., trampolines) being lifted and blown onto roads and railways

large waves and beach material being thrown onto coastal roads, sea fronts and homes, including flooding of some coastal properties.

17th February 2022