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Angarrack Defibrillator

Angarrack Defibrillator cabinet | Angarrack Inn | Steamers Hill | Angarrack 24/7
Chain of Survival
South Western Ambulance Service Foundation Trust covers 10,000 square miles, 20% of mainland England

Angarrack is proud to announce that after the successful fundraising Angarrack now has a defibrillator available 24/7 for public access. It's on the wall outside the Angarrack Inn on the Steamers Hill side of the pub.

You don't need special training to use it as the machine and 999 ambulance service will talk you through what to do (though training will help make you more familar with the machine and CPR compressions)

Chain of Survival

Chain Of Survival - Pastel (2)  read more »

191015 | Hayle Town Council | Cornwall Community Governance Reviews

 

 

 

Council Corner
October and November 2019

Cornwall Council’s Community Governance Review

Following the Boundary Review that occurred last year, Cornwall Council is now part way through a consultation looking at all parish and town boundaries and warding arrangements throughout the county. Hayle Town Council made an initial submission to Cornwall Council, as part of the first phase of the consultation.

Hayle Town Council agreed that it was neither appropriate nor relevant to consider the potential impact of moving houses in or out of its parish in terms of Council Tax, it based its proposals purely on which community the residents of the properties would most identify with.  read more »

190924 | Police cars in west Cornwall get life-saving defibrillators

Police cars in west Cornwall get life-saving defibrillators

Police cars in west Cornwall get life-saving defibrillators

Published by Sarah Yeoman at 12:34pm 24th September 2019. (Updated at 8:00pm 24th September 2019)

Police cars in west Cornwall are now equipped with life-saving defibrillators - thanks to the latest donation from a local charity.

Officers across the Duchy now have 23 of the machines that deliver an electric shock to restart someone's heart.  read more »

190921 | 18 cases of potentially deadly dog disease, Lungworm in Cornwall

18 cases of potentially deadly dog disease in Cornwall

18 cases of potentially deadly dog disease in Cornwall

Published by Sarah Yeoman at 7:00am 21st September 2019. (Updated at 7:46am 21st September 2019)

A warning is going out to dog owners as it is revealed there have been 18 cases of a potentially deadly disease in Cornwall.

According to new research millions of people are unaware of lungworm, which is spreading across the country.  read more »

Hayle Growth Area Masterplan : Consultation Document

Hayle Growth Area Masterplan : Consultation Document The Creation of a New Neighbourhood September 2019
Image 1 : Aerial photograph of the site
Figure 1 : Site Allocations Development Plan Document extract
Figure 2 : Masterplan option 1 : High Lanes A30 junction
Option 1 Tolroy: Figure 3 : Masterplan option 2 :Tolroy A30 junction
School option 1: Figure 5 : Primary School sub- option 1 location
School option 2: Figure 6 : Primary School sub- option 2 location
Image 3 : New health facilities Image 4 : New primary school Image 5 : New sports provision Image 6 : New main street and connected street network Image 7 : New employment space integrated positively into the townscape Image 8 :Example of a Local Centre/
Figure 7 : Access Hierarchy
Figure 8 : Plan showing the potential location of local and neighbourhood centres
Image 9 : Natural play facilities within an eco-valley park and new play areas Image 10 : Community orchards and growing areas Image 11 : Hillside country park Image 12 : Wetland/ sustainable drainage and boardwalks Image 13 : The creation of wildlife cor
Figure 6 : Landscape & footpath/ cycle access strategy
Images of exemplar/ Cornish office & employment developments: Image 15 :Hayle marine renwewables : PBWC architects. Image 16: St Austell Print Works : Image 17 : Commercial / industrial developments ( Redruth) Image 18 : Hayle Foundry : Stride Treglown Ar
Image 15 : Illustrative masterplan overlay showing the employment areas next to the A30 1 2 1 2 Employment Area next to the A30 Mixed use area ( employment with residential )
Creating Better Townscape Figure 22 & 23 : (Below ) : Examples of 3 bedroom terrace houses Image 20 : Commercial Road, Hayle : Main Street frontage Image 21 : Nansledan, Newquay Image 22 : Penpol Road, Hayle : terraces Image 23 : Contemporary interpretati
Figure 24 & 25 : (Above ) : Examples of 2/3 bedroom smaller terrace houses Image 24: St John’s Street, Hayle : terraces Image 27 : Contemporary interpretation : Chichester Figure 26 & 27 : (Above ) : Examples of Paired Villas Image 26 : Queen’s Way. Hayle
Image 27: Illustrative masterplan 1 Predominantly Residential 2 New Primary School option 3 Mixed Use (employment and residential) 4 Employment 5 Multi-use green space
Image 27: Illustrative masterplan (east) 1 Predominantly Residential 2 New Primary School option 3 Mixed Use (employment and residential) 4 Employment 5 Multi-use green space

Hayle Growth Area Masterplan : Consultation Document
The Creation of a New Neighbourhood
September 2019

Contents

1. Introduction
2. Consultation
3. The Vision
4. The Concept Masterplan
5. Delivering Infrastructure
6. Green Infrastructure
7. Delivering Employment Space
8. Creating Better Townscape
9. Next Steps
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Hayle Growth Area Masterplan Consultation

Hayle Growth Area Masterplan Consultation

Hayle Town Council and Cornwall Council would like to see higher quality development coming forward in Hayle.

To help achieve this a masterplan is being prepared which offers the opportunity for the Town Council, Hayle residents and Cornwall Council to take a proactive approach to how it believes development in this area should come forward.  read more »

Hayle Growth Area Masterplan

Hayle Town Council and Cornwall Council would like to see higher quality development coming forward in Hayle.

To help achieve this a masterplan is being prepared which offers the opportunity for the Town Council, Hayle residents and Cornwall Council to take a proactive approach to how it believes development in this area should come forward.

190828 | Dogs on beaches PSPO consultation 2019

How can I have my say on future PSPOs for dogs on beaches?

As part of the consultation we have developed a PSPO (Dogs on Beaches) consultation survey.

Please complete the survey to give your opinion on the future shape of PSPO’s for dog on beaches in Cornwall.

The consultation will run for 12 weeks from 27 August until 19 November 2019.

Once the survey closes, we will analyse the responses and report back to the Council.

The intention is that the Council will consider a report in January 2020 on PSPO’s (Dog on Beaches). This report will include the results of the consultation.  read more »

190828 | Should we have dog friendly beaches?

 

Should we have dog friendly beaches?

Wednesday, 28 August 2019 - Environment

by Cornish Times  read more »

190802 | Saints Trails to be exhibited

Dogs on beaches Public Space Protection Orders Cornwall

What are the current Public Space Protection Orders (Dog on Beaches) in Cornwall?

The current list of PSPO’s shows the PSPO’s that were introduced in 2017, the previous orders and the previous orders for the former Carrick area.  read more »

190606 | 24b Renewal of existing dogs on beaches restrictions to come into effect from April/May 2020

24 CLERK’S REPORT/CORRESPONDENCE/CONSULTATIONS/MEETINGS/INCIDENTALS

b) Consultations

a) Correspondence

(i) To consider the correspondence from the Public Protection Department of Cornwall Council seeking views on Public Spaces Protection Orders:
Renewal of existing dogs on beaches restrictions to come into effect from April/May 2020  read more »

190606 | 17.a Railway Timetable, lack of regular stops at Hayle Station

17 TO DISCUSS MATTERS RAISED DURING PUBLIC PARTICIPATION 16 MAY 2019  read more »

Council Corner | August & September 2019

Council Corner       

August & September 2019

New Councillor                                             

In May Councillor Trevor Harding joined the council, representing South Ward. We welcome Trevor to the team and his co-option appointment means that we now have a full complement of members. His and all councillors’ contact details are listed on the council’s website page.  read more »

190606 | 18 Presentation from Neil Farrington of Community Energy Plus (CEP), Regarding Tidal Range Generation

18 TO RECEIVE A PRESENTATION FROM NEIL FARRINGTON OF COMMUNITY ENERGY PLUS (CEP), REGARDING TIDAL RANGE GENERATION

The mayor welcomed Neil Farrington to the meeting and he in turn introduced his colleagues Steve Jermy, of James Fisher Marine (formerly Mojo Marine) and Graeme Hunt, of CEP, who would soon be taking over from Neil’s current role of Project  Development  Officer.  Neil explained that he would soon be leaving CEP altogether but that he would still be working on this project but working in Hayle from the Renewable Energy Hub on North Quay.  read more »

A training session has been arranged for 6pm on Friday 12th July 2019 at the community centre

A training session has been arranged for 6pm on Friday 12th July at the community centre.

This will be the final one.

Space is limited to 12 [due to high demand a few extra places available!] if you would like to book one please click here.

Come along and learn to potentially save someone's life.

 

Harbour Fest Hayle

Harbour Fest Hayle 2018
Hayle Harbour Fest

190606 | Edward Hain was in receipt of subsidies whereas Hayle Day Care Centre is no longer subsidised

The adult day care package at Edward Hain was also discussed at the Network Meeting and concerns were expressed that it is not delivering the remit it was set up for ie providing interim care for elderly people coming out of hospital before returning home but actually acting as a Day Care Centre for St Ives residents. He felt that there was inequality especially as Edward Hain was in receipt of subsidies whereas Hayle Day Care Centre is no longer subsidised. It was confirmed that the St Ives Day Care Centre had closed and that Hayle Day Centre was now providing a full service for St Ives based users, including travel.

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