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Parish News

23 Jun 2019

The County of Cornwall (Whitsand Bay) (Clearway) (Revocation) Order 2019 The County of Cornwall (Caradon) (Millbrook and Kingsand/Cawsand) (Restrictions on Waiting) (Amendment) Order 2019 The County of Cornwall (Portwrinkle) (Residents’ Parking Places) (Amendment) Order 2019 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Cornwall Council proposes to make the above Orders to regulate traffic in Rame Peninsula. The effect will be to introduce, amend and revoke waiting restrictions along the lengths of road specified

25 Jan 2019

Councillor Vacancy

Councillor vacancy 

24 Jan 2019

Councillor Vacancy

LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT 1972
MAKER WITH RAME PARISH COUNCIL
NOTICE OF VACANCY
IN OFFICE OF PARISH COUNCILLOR
1. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to Section 87(2) of the Local Government Act 1972
that ALEX HUKE has ceased to be a member of Maker with Rame Parish Council and that a
casual vacancy exists on the Council.
2. If, within 14 days (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 the
said vacancy is made in writing to the Returning Officer of Cornwall Council at the Council
Offices, St Austell Information Service, 39 Penwinnick Road, St Austell PL25 5DR (phone
01209 614373) by TEN (or more) electors for the said Parish an election will be held to fill
the vacancy.
3. If the Returning Officer receives fewer than ten written requests for an election by
14th February, 2019 the Parish Council will fill the vacancy by co-option.
DATED this 25th day of January 2019
(Signed) .........................................................................
Clerk to the Parish Council
Mrs S Visick
Clerk to Maker with Rame Parish Council
Mewstone House
8 Coombe Park Close
Cawsand
Torpoint
PL10 1PW

18 Dec 2018

Invitation to apply for Cleaning of Public Conveniences in Kingsand and Cawsand

Maker with Rame Parish Council

 

Invitation to apply for Cleaning of Public Conveniences in Kingsand and Cawsand

 

Maker with Rame Parish Council is seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified contractors for the provision of cleansing and management services at 3 public conveniences in Kingsand and Cawsand, comprising gents, ladies, disabled facility and unisex facilities, from 1st February 2019 to 1st February 2020.

 

To cover the following:

1.       Daily cleaning of toilets

2.       Disposal of all sanitary and hazardous waste

3.       Reporting of minor maintenance issues to the Parish Council.

4.       Monthly play park inspection.

 

The Parish Council will retain responsibility for maintenance of the public conveniences and provision of all consumables.

 

Applicants must provide:

Details of appropriate insurance.

Risk assessments for all activities associated with the contract.

 

Additional information available on request, informal discussion are welcome.

 

Applicants expressing an interest writing to:

Sandy Visick

Parish Clerk

Maker with Rame Parish Council

8 Coombe Park Close

Cawsand

PL10 1PW

Email: makerwithramepc@gmail.com

 

 

Closing date for receipt of applications is 10th January 2019.

17 Oct 2018

New Road

FAO Maker with Rame Council:

 

Following further testing of the mortar on the existing retaining wall along New Road, Cawsands we have established that the mix is a lime mortar. Due to planning conditions we are required to build the wall to match as closely as possible, this will mean that the programme will increase from 12 weeks to 19 weeks (including a 2 week shut down period at Christmas).

 

Unfortunately due to the width of the road we will not be able to open the road over the Christmas period to HGV and large vehicles, however we will look to open the road under traffic lights for light vehicles.

 

Thanks,

 

Paul Maycock | Engineer

CORMAC Solutions Ltd. | Structures Department

pamaycock@cormacltd.co.uk | Tel (ext): 01872 326848 | Tel (int): 496848

www.cormacltd.co.uk

 

Main Building, Western Group Centre, Radnor Road, Scorrier, Redruth, TR16 5EH

 

CORMAC

info@cormacltd.co.uk   cormacltd.co.uk

30 Apr 2018

Cawsand Surgery

News about Cawsand Surgery.

30 Apr 2018

Casual Vacancy

Your chance to join this Parish Council and have an input into where you live. 

16 Apr 2018

RCT update

Registered Charity 1066389
Company Number 03440492
The Trustees
The Nissen Huts, Maker Heights
TORPOINT, Cornwall, PL10 1LA
trustees@makerheights.org.uk
Rame Conservation Trust (RCT)
RCT is a buildings preservation trust (registered charity no. 1066389) with the purpose of conserving
the heritage assets at Maker Heights for public benefit. More information is available on the RCT
website (1) including its Governing Documents (2) and a detailed account of its purpose.
Conserving heritage assets
Historic England defines heritage assets:
‘Some parts of the historic environment are important to society as a whole or to a group within
it and merit some level of protection or consideration. These are called our heritage assets.
They are the elements of the historic environment that we value for more than their money’s
worth. The generations that follow us are most likely to value them too, for the same or similar
reasons. It has therefore long been accepted that we have a responsibility to look after them.’
(3)
Our Heritage Values
RCT recognises all heritage values at Maker Heights:
● Natural environmental value
● Archaeological value
● Historic value
● Aesthetic value
● Communal value
Maker Heights has outstanding significance
The significance of a site is the sum total of its Heritage Values. At Maker Heights this sum indicates
that the significance of the site is outstanding .
Conservation Principles
Our Conservation Principles guide this charity’s activities:
1. The historic environment is a shared resource
2. Everyone should be able to participate in sustaining the historic environment
3. Understanding the significance of places is vital
4. Significant places should be managed to sustain their values
5. Decisions about change must be reasonable, transparent and consistent
6. Documenting and learning from decisions is essential

The land and buildings at Maker Heights are valued by local people and by the nation
RCT has responsibility for a wide range of heritage assets at Maker Heights; both natural and
human-made. All are set within a unique historic landscape, and designated by Natural England as
Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) (4) and (5).
Historic England has designated Redoubts Nos 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 as Scheduled Ancient Monuments,
and the buildings of the central Barracks complex as Grade II* Listed Buildings. Many of the
structures are on the national Heritage at Risk Register (6) because they are in need of conservation
work.
Maker Heights is a large and complex site and all these protective designations, along with the
unique historic landscape, mean that RCT works within a tight regulatory framework.
RCT creates public benefit
Like all charities, RCT exists to create public benefit (public wealth) and at Maker Heights this
includes public access, experience, enjoyment and public education.
RCT leases the site for educational use
The majority of the site at Maker Heights is leased by RCT from Edgcumbe Estate for educational
purposes. The lease agreement includes 12 hectares of semi-improved grassland and four
Scheduled Ancient Monuments (Redoubts Nos 1, 3, 4 and 5). The trustees are fully committed to
demonstrating that this charity is a reliable custodian of the land and buildings it leases from
Edgcumbe Estate. We are improving land and water management, employing best practice in the
conservation of buildings and the natural environment, and increasing learning opportunities at the
site.
RCT owns the Barrack Block
RCT owns the freehold of the Barrack Block - a Grade II* Listed Building. The freehold was retained
by RCT during a disposal of charity assets carried out by former trustees in 2015. RCT is now
providing workspaces in the Block to local people, and the rental revenue is directed into the rolling
conservation cycle (inspection - repair - maintenance - capital investment).
RCT is investing in Maker Heights
Conserving Maker Heights and managing the site to sustain its heritage values requires investment in
the forms of care, time, knowledge, experience, effort, day-to-day management, and funding. This
charity is fulfilling its purpose at Maker Heights, and the involvement of many people and
organisations is making this possible. We are receiving a huge amount of support and wish to thank
everyone for their generosity.
RCT is working in partnership with Historic England, Natural England and Cornwall AONB
At the outset we recognised that partnership working would be vital if we are to fulfil our purpose and
ensure best practice at the site. The advice and guidance of our partners is much appreciated, and is
contributing a great deal to our proposals for Countryside Stewardship, our applications to grant
funders (including Heritage Lottery Fund) and our contributions to the Conservation Management
Plan.

15 Apr 2018

MAJOR ROAD CLOSURE

Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 S.14: Temporary Prohibition and Restriction of Traffic

Location:         New Road, Cawsand (closure), Hat Lane Cawsand, Road From Little Treninnow To Hat Lane Millbrook, Road From Radford Lane To Military Road Millbrook (temporary one-way restriction)

Timing:           16th April to 9th July 2018 (24 hours, weekends included)

Contact:          Daryoush Toorneini, CORMAC Solutions Ltd, Tel: 0300 123 2222

The above closure and one-way restriction has been approved.   Please click the following link to view a map and associated documents:

https://roadworks.org?tm=104652082

Applicants are reminded that they have undertaken to notify all interested parties known to be directly affected by the closure and restriction including, if appropriate, bus companies and all frontagers on the lengths of the road such as local residents and businesses as well as other traders who may have to make deliveries and/or collections in the area.

Applicants and contractors are reminded that they are responsible for the provision, erection, maintenance and removal of all necessary signing.

Kind Regards

Streetworks 

Transport and Infrastructure Service

Cornwall Council

Tel: 0300 1234 222

 

 

The Old Ship Inn, Cawsand

 

Community Share Offer

 

Dear Friends and Neighbours,
 
We are very pleased to announce the opening of our Community Share Offer to buy and rebuild the Old Ship Inn, Cawsand. Our thanks to everyone who has shown an interest in this idea; the support we’ve received has been absolutely amazing. The plan is confirmed:

  • Four decent, secure flats for local people at reasonable rents

  • A new community space with a pub, a café, a children’s area and Village Information

  • A heritage centre for Cawsand

Once completed, the whole thing will be self-financing and secure indefinitely.
We now get to the nitty-gritty! Please help us succeed:
 

  • Put some money in. If you’re able to invest, we can offer shares for any amount from £100 to £25,000. These are not donations – you can get your money back again, you will get 3% interest when we’re in profit, and if you pay UK tax you can claim 50% of your investment back in Tax Relief. The Terms & Conditions for all these are in our Share Offer Document.

 

  • Forward this e-mail on. Please have a think about other people you know who might want to invest. We’ve trying hard to reach all those who care about Cawsand, but of course we don’t know everyone – if you think that friends or family might want to support us, please let them know.

 

  • Don’t forget our Letters of Support. We’ve already got over 300 letters – please keep them coming in, they are vital for our fundraising efforts. You can see a suggested wording here.

 
We now have a short video about the Old Ship and or project, made by two talented young people from the village. Please have a look: VIDEO LINK
 
How to invest
The Share Offer opens this week, Thursday 15th March to raise the finances for a new body, The Old Ship Inn Cawsand Limited. This is how it works:

 

  • Please read the Share Offer document, which lists all the terms of the offer and explains the risks involved.

 

  • For details on how the project will work, see our Business Plan, which includes the stages of the project and the finances.

 

  • For the legal structure that governs the new organisation, see the rules.

 

 

More information
You can ask questions and find out more as follows:

  • At our Public Meeting on Thursday 15th, 7pm in the Institute, Kingsand

  • Phone us on 01752 658516

  • E-mail us to admin@thepeninsulatrust.org.uk

  • Come in to the Rame Centre in Millbrook, open 10.00 – 4.00pm in the week, 10.00 – 1.00pm on Saturdays

  • Visit the Old Ship building on any Saturday, 10.30 – 12.30

 
Closing Date
The Share Offer closes on 10th May, which is pretty soon! Also, if you’re interested in the 50% Tax Relief, it’s only available for the first £150,000 of investment- after that, the rebate drops to 30% (which is still good!!!)
We will be sending out regular updates on our progress. This is a very exciting, if nerve-wracking moment – we hope that we can raise the money, and we are very grateful to everyone for their help.
 
With best regards to all,
 
The Peninsula Trust team
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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13 Mar 2018

Mobile Banking

MOBILE BANK TIME CHANGES

THE NATWEST MOBILE BANK WILL BE CALLING AT THE QUAY, MILLBROOK AN HOUR EARLIER THAN USUAL: FROM 10.30 am - 11 am COMMENCING TUESDAY MAY 22ND 2018.

IT WILL CONTINUE TO STOP AT SALTASH COUNCIL CAR PARK AT THE EARLIER TIME OF 12.45 am - 1.30 pm ON TUESDAYS.

AS THE NATWEST LISKEARD BRANCH IS CLOSING THE MOBILE BANK WILL ALSO NOW BE STOPPING IN THE CAR PARK BEHIND THE CURRENT BRANCH FROM 3.15pm - 3.45 pm EVERY TUESDAY.

PLEASE NOTE: ALL THESE CHANGES ARE FROM WEEK COMMENCING MONDAY MAY 21st 2018.

 

12 Jan 2018

Tender for grass cutting contract

12 Jan 2018

Tender for grass cutting Rame Church

12 Jan 2018

Tender for Swim buys

22 Oct 2017

Local Government Boundary Commission

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19 Sep 2017

Notice of Vacancy

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Pursuant to section 87(2) of the Local Government Act 1972 that ALISON HALL has ceased to be member of Maker with Rame Parish Council and that a casual vacancy exists on the council.  

10 Sep 2017

MAKER CHURCH ROAD

Dear Residents of the Rame Peninsula,

The Maker Church Road long awaited repair, is now complete.   Maker Parish Council would like to give a big thanks to all the organisations who kindly donated to the cause.

Maker Parish Council, Millbrook Parish Council, Friends of Maker Church, the Earl of Mount Edgcumbe, Community Chest fund and Mount Edgcumbe Country Park. Roadform Civil Engineers who reduce the cost considerably and particularly to Mr Chris Parsonage and Chris Wilton (Chair of Maker with Rame PC) who were both instrumental in making this happen.

03 Jul 2017

Cornwall Council resident's survey 2017

Residents' Survey 2017

Dear City, Town and Parish Council colleagues


The Council is currently undertaking a Residents' Survey. The survey is being carried out on our behalf by Marketing Means, an independent research company, which was selected by competitive tender. The survey is being sent to 27,000 households across Cornwall, selected at random, and asks questions about Cornwall Council and the services we provide.

With a new Council just elected, this survey is asking the people it has been sent to - what is important to them and their community about the place where they live and what they think about the Council, the services we provide and if we represent value for money.What people who complete the survey tell us will influence what we prioritise, both in our budget plans for the next four years and as we create a longer term vision for Cornwall.

Over the next few months we will also be providing other opportunities for everyone to shape our proposals and we will be listening to what our residents, businesses and partners tell us to help make sure our plans reflect the needs of Cornwall now and in the future.We are also currently undertaking a second Stakeholder Survey which will be sent to stakeholders, partners and key organisations, by email.

Please see below FAQs to help you in case you are asked about the Residents’ Survey.

Frequently Asked Questions:
I have been sent the residents' survey - what do I need to do?
If you have been sent the residents' survey, we need just one person at your address to fill it in, and this can be anyone who is aged 16 or above.
Please follow the instructions in the letter and either complete the questionnaire enclosed with your letter and send it back in the envelope provided or complete it online using the unique code in your letter.

If I am going to be sent the survey - who will it come from?
The survey is being carried out on our behalf by Marketing Means, an independent research company. The letter will have Cornwall Council's logo and address on it and will be from Adam Paynter, Leader of Cornwall Council.

How have people been selected to receive the survey?
We need replies from a wide cross section of people so that we get a representative view across Cornwall as a whole; therefore the survey is being sent to 27,000 households across Cornwall, that have been selected at random.

How can I get help completing the survey?
If you would like assistance in completing the questionnaire or would like the information in another format or language, please call the Marketing Means helpline on Freephone number 0800 849 4019.

I have questions about the survey - who can help?
If you have any questions or concerns about the survey, please email: haveyoursay@cornwall.gov.uk or phone: 0300 1234 100.

I want to check if the survey I have been sent is from the Council - who can help?
If you have been sent a survey and are not sure if it is real or a scam, please email: haveyoursay@cornwall.gov.uk or phone: 0300 1234 100.
The survey is being carried out on our behalf by Marketing Means, an independent research company.

If I complete the survey - will my personal details be safe?
Your survey answers and personal details will be treated in the strictest confidence and used for research purposes only. We will not pass them on to any other organisation. It will not be possible for any individual person or address to be identified from the survey findings or in the results that will be published this autumn.

Can I complete the survey if I work for Cornwall Council?
If a Cornwall Council employee receives a survey, they can complete the survey as a resident of Cornwall.

I haven’t received the Residents’ Survey, how can I take part?
You can’t take part in the Residents’ Survey unless you have received a letter with a questionnaire; but there will be other opportunities to have your say on our draft Budget and Business Plan later this year.

Kind regards

Adam Paynter
Leader of Cornwall Council

 

Get in touch

Email:
communities.devolution@cornwall.gov.uk

www.cornwall.gov.uk
 

29 May 2017

Second Home Restrictions

Two more Cornish communities have voted in favour of neighbourhood plans containing policies intended to prevent new-build properties being used as second homes. In referendums held earlier this month, residents of the Rame Peninsula and the St Minver area endorsed the neighbourhood plans drawn up for their communities.

The ‘yes’ votes follow a referendum last year, in which a neighbourhood plan for the Cornish resort of St Ives – including a policy that would require new homes to be occupied as the buyer’s main residence – was backed by local residents. In November, a High Court judge threw out a developer’s legal challenge against the plan. The Rame Peninsula Neighbourhood Development Plan says that up to 40% of the homes in some of the peninsula’s areas are second homes. (Source: Planning Resource) This year Rural Housing week will take place between 3 and 7 July: Rural Housing Week Information. The week will consist of local activities organised in rural communities throughout the country by rural organisations, supported by the National Housing Federation and finish with a national conference in London.

29 May 2017

Political Party Manifestos: What They Mean for Town/Parish Councils

Political Party Manifestos: What They Mean for Town/Parish Councils

14 May 2017

Vacancy for Parish Councillor

Fancy becoming a Parish Councillor.

Do you have a passion for where you live?

Do you believe that your community should have a real say in local services?

Would you like to make a difference in your area?

Do you like solving problems and finding local solutions?

Can you go the extra mile?

07 May 2017

Neighbourhood Plan Referendum results

Sorry I have only just made contact with you all. The CC website crashed yesterday through too much demand, and the NP referendum results were not declared until 6.00pm yesterday, and I got home really late. This morning (Saturday) I had to be in Truro at 9.00am to try and facilitate the agreement of a new administration for the Council and Cornwall. It will take me weeks to negotiate this, so please bare with me. The next few weeks I will be camped in Truro, trying to get the best deal for the area.

 

Anyway, I have just got back, and this is the first chance I have had to give you the NP result.

 

Turnout was 2,102 around 55%

 

1,834 Yes 88% of the vote

 

241    No 11.5% of the vote

 

The Plan will now be adopted!

 

To put things into context, St. Minver Parish (Rock, Polzeath,etc) had their referendum and count after, and they had a similar ‘Principle Residence’ policy to ours, but they only had 665 Yes and 154 No on a 51% turnout.

 

Well done to everyone for your hard work on this Plan, we got there in the end……..( I think a social evening is in order, if someone would like to organise ?)

 

Thank you, one and all

 

Best Wishes

 

George

25 Apr 2017

Rame Peninsular Notice of Poll

Cornwall Council Election of a Unitary Councillor

Rame Peninsular Division

03 May 2017

Neighbourhood Plan Referendum

Please vote for your Neighbourhood Plan 4th May 2017

22 Dec 2016

Xmas Waste Collection

Boxing Day (Monday, 26 December) is the only collection day that is affected over Christmas and New Year - There will be no rubbish, clinical waste, recycling or garden waste collections on Boxing Day, 26 December. Rubbish and clinical waste due to be collected on Boxing Day will be collected on Monday 2 January. If your recycling or garden waste collection waste is due on Boxing Day (Monday 26 December) it will be collected on Saturday 31 December. All other collections will remain unchanged.

07 Dec 2016

Lions Santa Sleigh

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