Parish Councillour retires

March 31st 2020

Mick Hanley retired from St Erth Parish Council on 31st March after over 18 years as a Councillor. The Parish Council and community are very grateful to Mick for his input over the years and Mick was a driving force behind many issues, including the Parish and Neighbourhood Plans and the ‘20 is Plenty’ speed campaign. His interest in design and heritage proved invaluable when considering planning applications. Mick has served the community with thoughtfulness, intelligence, commitment and good humour and can be deservedly proud of everything he has achieved.’

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