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. 

Sticker Car Park Permits 

Permits are required to park in Sticker Car Park between the hours of 1800-0900, they are £1 each.

To apply for your permit please complete one of the following forms and  return with your registration document (V5). This can be either emailed deputyclerk@stmewanparishcouncil.gov.uk or delivered to Tre Bethan, The Chase, Sticker, PL26 7HL.

Permit renewal can be made by emailing the Deputy Clerk the permit numbers you wish to renew, confirming all details are the same.  Bacs to St Mewan Parish Council - 60-83-01 Account No: 20384890 and enter the Reg No on the Bacs payment or cheque to St Mewan Parish Council. 

Resident Permit Application

Visitor Permit Application 

If you have difficulty downloading or need the form in a different format please phone either the Parish Clerk 07464 350837 or Deputy Clerk 07749 246925, who will be able to assist. 

Please ensure you wait until your permit is received before parking in Sticker Car Park or you may be fined.

New applications will require approval, therefore please do no submit any payment as we are unable to refund. 
 

 


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St Mewan Parish Council Community Award Winner for Sticker with Hewas water 2022/2023

St Mewan Parish Council Community Award Winner for Sticker with Hewas water 2022/2023

Published: 30 Mar 23

COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER AWARDS 2022/2023 The last of three St Mewan Parish Community Volunteer Award Winners 2022/23. Polgooth with Trelowth, Sticker with Hewaswater and Trewoon. A lovely welcoming lunchtime spent meeting with the St Marks Winter Warmer Team in Sticker who have won this year’s St Mewan Parish Community Volunteer Award. The Team opened the doors to St Marks Church Hall through the winter months and have personally contributed in offering their culinary delights with a selection of 3 homemade soups, bread rolls, beverages, and biscuits all for £2.00! The purpose of this was in response to the energy crisis, to welcome individuals who may want a friendly chat in a warm and comfortable space through some cold winter months. It was especially rewarding that one lady had learnt some valuable information, just through friendly chat about entitlement to financial support because where she lives is off the Gas Grid. One delighted visitor, well done ladies. Oh, and by the way the James Martin Cream of Cauliflower Soup was at the winning post this week 😊 There was a lot of nominations this year and whilst you may not have scooped the win, St Mewan Parish Council continue to value all individual volunteers and groups who regularly contribute to making their community a better place. So, a big thank you to everyone who does their bit. Read More...

St Mewan Parish Council Community Award Winner for Trewoon 2022/2023

Published: 30 Mar 23

COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER AWARDS The second of three St Mewan Parish Community Volunteer Award Winners 2022/23. Polgooth with Trelowth, Sticker with Hewaswater and Trewoon. Nicola Bunney and Sandra Heyward work tirelessly, with other volunteers, to collect surplus food from partners that they no longer need and distribute this to the community via “pop-up” Community Larder days on a weekly basis, thus reducing hunger and food waste. The ethos of this volunteer-led Community Larder is about caring for the person and or families within the community as a whole, anyone who needs a helping hand up, rather than a handout, particularly in these difficult times. Well done to you all. There were a lot of nominations this year and whilst you may not have scooped the win, St Mewan Parish Council continue to value all individual volunteers and groups who regularly contribute to making their community a better place. So a big thank you to everyone who does their bit. Read More...

St Mewan Parish Council Community Volunteer Award Winner for Polgooth with Trelowth 2022/2023

St Mewan Parish Council Community Volunteer Award Winner for Polgooth with Trelowth 2022/2023

Published: 16 Mar 23

A super morning spent meeting with 25/170 members of Polgooth Community & Garden Club who have won this year’s St Mewan Parish Community Volunteer Award. They meet once a month and everyone is made to feel very welcome with a typed schedule of what is planned for the months ahead. Chatting to some people, who even happen to live in neighbouring parishes, the meetings are invaluable as they are not just about gardening but helping individuals overcome social isolation. They continue to build a strong based community spirit with all their planned events and have recently raised £500 to assist financially in the renewal of the new floor in Polgooth Village Hall. Well done! There was a lot of nominations this year and whilst you may not have scooped the win, St Mewan Parish Council continue to value all individual volunteers and groups who regularly contribute to making their community a better place. So a big thank you to everyone who does their bit. Read More...

Planning

13 Mar 24 - 18:00

Full Council

13 Mar 24 - 19:00

Full Council

10 Apr 24 - 18:00 to 18:45

Annual Parish Assembly

Full Council

10 Apr 24 - 19:00

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