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

St Erth Riverside Regeneration and Community Access Project

St Erth Riverside Regeneration and Community Access Project

The Parish Council would like your views on its proposed project for the Hayle Riverbank between St Erth bridge and the Green Lane Gauging Station.  This section of the path is a popular permissive walk which, like other sections along the riverbank, has suffered over...

Vestry Rooms consultation

Vestry Rooms consultation

The Vestry Rooms, situated in Fore Street, is a Grade II listed building owned by St Erth Parish Council which is exhibiting significant issues such as damp penetration, woodworm activity, severe timber decay, and a deteriorating roof.  It is currently not used by the...

Grant funding available

Grant funding available

At its recent meeting on 5th February 2024, the Council updated its Grant Policy - see below.  As part of its annual budget the Parish Council sets aside a small amount for grants, as it recognises the importance of supporting groups, organisations and charities that...