Mayor for Cornwall

August 17th 2022
At its meeting earlier this month, St Erth Parish Council agreed to support the call for a referendum regarding whether there should be a Mayor for Cornwall.  In the Council’s view, such an important change to how Cornwall is governed should not be decided by a simple majority of Cornwall Councillors in one meeting.  If anyone would like any more information on the call for a referendum please see the independent Let Cornwall Decide Facebook page.

Should Cornwall Council choose not to hold such a referendum then SEPC believes that it is essential that all Town and Parish Councils be consulted, to allow us the opportunity to consult our residents directly to enable you to have a say in this important decision.

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