St Erth

Parish Council

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St Erth is a small village in West Cornwall, situated situated along the River Hayle. The “original” crossing of the river Hayle was here providing the main route through to Penzance from Hayle, Camborne, etc. It is twinned with Ploulec’h in Brittany.

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All Council & related Committee meeting information including minutes and agendas that can be viewed online along with upcoming meeting dates.

Information about planning permission in the parish with links to online applications. You can search by Planning Application number and also find out when the Council will consider a specific application.

Latest Community News

Public Transport Reimbursement

Public Transport Reimbursement

Short term help for local workers and businesses using the St Erth Park and Ride during G7We are offering a public transport reimbursement scheme to employees and workers who need access to the St Ives area for work during the G7 summit. Access and parking by car will...

North Car Park Closed at St Erth Station

North Car Park Closed at St Erth Station

Residents may be aware of containers  appearing and the sudden closure of the north car park. The closure of the North car park is G7 related. It is being used for welfare facilities and accommodation for GWR Control cabins.  This means that the railway can be more...

G7 Summit Event Latest Newsletter

G7 Summit Event Latest Newsletter

Over the coming days as we near the G7 Summit event, residents and communities in Cornwall may see visible training taking place on land, in the air and on the water; particularly near the key venues. This forms part of our planning and preparations to deliver a safe...