Welcome to Gwennap Parish.net
This site is provided as a free service to Gwennap Parishioners and the public in general by Gwennap Parish Council to improve communication on matters important to the community. Routine and interesting information is also provided on this site.
Neighbourhood Development Plan
All the latest information is available on our Neighbourhood Development Plan page here.
Next meeting of the Parish Council
The next meeting of the Parish Council will be held at the new Gwennap Parish Rooms, Richard Jory Playing Fields, Pulla Cross on 15th September at 7pm.
Members of the public are welcome to attend all Parish Council meetings, so please come along and see the new hall.
Mintutes from recent meetings are available from the Parish Council page of this website
Our Summer parish newsletter has now been published. Download and have a read, by clicking the image to the right. The parish brings out a new newsletter each quarter and previous newsletters can be found here.
If you have any stories, adverts or events you wish to see featured in our newsletter, please get in touch.
We are also looking for people to help hand-deliver the newsletter to various areas of the parish.
If you would like to have your articles or pictures published in the Autumn edition of the newsletter, please send them to Kevin Furnish at firstname.lastname@example.org before 9th September 2016.
There are plenty of ways to get involved with things around the parish. The parish council holds meetings every month. At the beginning of every meeting Parishioners are invited to speak and give their opinion on any matter they wish.
This site is provided for your benefit. We are always trying to improve the content here so if your have any comments or suggestions then please feel free to contact us.
Fly tipping is a real problem in and around Gwennap Parish. If there is an unsightly mess tipped in an area near you, phone Cornwall Council on 0300 1234141. This is a number specifically for fly tipping. They will want to know what sort of rubbish it is, and the exact location, so a road name, post code or distance from a known landmark will help.