Welcome to the official website of St Mewan Parish Council

St Mewan ( Sen Mewan ) is a civil parish and village in South Cornwall.

The village is approximately one mile (1.6km) west of St Austell. It is a small settlement comprising of the parish church, a school and nearby farms. St Mewan parish includes the villages of Sticker with Hewas Water, most of Polgooth with Trelowth, and Trewoon.

St Mewan Parish Council is responsible for an electorate of approximately 3000 people, with 13 Councillors  who serve as the local authority that makes decisions on behalf of the people in the parish.

It is the first tier of local government closest  to the community and the people. For this reason they are a vital part of any community .

We hope you find the website informative, however if you want any further information please do no hesitate to contact the Parish Office. 

 

 


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About St Mewan

Councillors

Councillors

Meetings, Minutes and Agendas

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Neighbourhood Plan

Neighbourhood Plan

Cornwall Council

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Devon and Cornwall Police

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Useful Contacts

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New Bus Shelter on Trelowth Rd in Polgooth

New Bus Shelter on Trelowth Rd in Polgooth

Published: 29 Jun 22

The Parish Council are delighted to report a new shiny bus shelter has been installed on Trelowth Rd in Polgooth with grant funding. A new timetable will also be erected. Read More...

Reporting Footpaths, Bridleways & Stiles made easier!

Reporting Footpaths, Bridleways & Stiles made easier!

Published: 28 Jun 22

The Parish Council hopes we have made things easier for reporting any issues or concerns. Identifying footpaths, bridleways etc can be confusing as to who is responsible. Using the Parish Council website please go to the ' St Mewan Info' toolbar, drop down to Parish Footpaths, Bridleways and Stiles. Clicking on the map will identify the path number and clicking on the schedule list underneath will show what the Parish Council are responsible for. Any item not identified on the schedule is a Cornwall Council matter which you can report direct. As a guide, footpaths should be trimmed to a width of 1.5 metres and bridleways should be thinned to a width of 2.5 metres. Thank you. Read More...

Car Park Permits

Published: 23 Jun 22

Permits will be available for the Sticker Car Park soon. Read More...

Full Council

13 Jul 22 - 19:00 to 21:00

Ordinary Council Meeting

Rights of Way

20 Jul 22 - 18:00

Planning

27 Jul 22 - 09:45