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ST TUDY PARISH COUNCIL
Following the completion of the transfer of the land for the new St Tudy Cemetery, the Parish Council, on behalf of all the residents of St Tudy parish, would like to say thank you to Philip Mutton for the generous gift of the land, including the fences, hard-core track, beech planting and gates. Thanks are also due to Sproulls Solicitors for their hugely discounted fee for handling the legal work.
The Parish Council have agreed to rent the new allotment field from Oak Park (St Tudy) Limited at their requested £300 per year, an increase from the £100 rent for the allotment field prior to the development of Meadow View. Two sizes of allotment will be made available for rent by the allotment association, 10x10m, and a smaller 5x8m. Improvements to the rabbit proofing of the allotment field will be paid for by the Parish Council.
It is hoped that safety road markings in St Tudy will have been renewed by the time you read this. We also plan to put a few more ‘20 Is Plenty’ signs in the village in an attempt to slow traffic.
There was a successful launch of the St Tudy Neighbourhood Plan process at the Annual Parish Meeting held on the 29th May, and the village has now been designated as a Neighbourhood Area. A local team in association with St Tudy Parish Council is working on getting the plan underway, but process needs your help as residents of the parish. We need to know what you think, and ask you questions about your life in the parish so that we can make a plan for St Tudy that includes you. On the Parish Council website, on the ‘Local Plan’ page, there is the facility to sign-up to be on the mailing list as a consultee for the St Tudy Neighbourhood Plan. Just click on the ‘Join with the St Tudy Neighbourhood Planning’. We will continue to share the progress preparing the Neighbourhood Plan with you through this Magazine.
Attending Council Meetings
St Tudy Parish Council meetings are held in the committee room in the village hall and you are welcome to attend. We always start with a public session where anyone can speak to the meeting. Access to the committee room is via the pedestrian gate to the right of the main hall entrance and not through the hall. There is no meeting in August and the September meeting is at 7:00 pm on the 25th September.
(This, and much more news, is in the current magazine)