Hayle River Project – 2nd Community Workshop – Wednesday 29th June

June 20th 2022
Cornwall Council is working with the Environment Agency to create a plan for the future of the Hayle River (including this section).  Following the first Workshop in April, they will now be presenting a range of intervention options for current footpaths and ideas for flood protection and habitat creation.   To decide upon the conceptual outputs of the project, Cornwall Council is holding a second workshop to present its draft plan and gather feedback from the local community.  All welcome – please come and hear from the project team and share your thoughts.
Date: Wednesday 29th June 2pm – 7pm
Location: St Erth Methodist Hall, TR27 6HL
There will be two workshops at 2pm and 6pm (1 hour) and drop-in sessions will also be held from 3pm to 6pm.
For more info scan the QR code or visit: letstalk.cornwall.gov.uk/hayle-river-community-project
For those unable to attend the workshop, we will ensure the content is uploaded to the Let’s Talk Cornwall page around the time of the event.

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