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Tree Felling By South West Water In St Erth

St Erth Parish Clerk, Peter Rylett, told the Cornishman that "St Erth Parish Council has received numerous complaints from residents who are understandably concerned and upset by the large-scale destruction of mature trees by South West Water. It is believed that 30 or more trees have
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St Erth In The News

A recent article about developments in St Erth from The Cornishman. St Erth In The News
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Welcome To St Erth Parish Council

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • When does the council meet?

    The Council usually meets on the first Tuesday of every month at the Vestry Rooms, Fore Street St. Erth. Public participation commences at 7pm.
  • How can I find out if I am eligible to vote?

    You need to be on the electoral register to vote. To find out more information about the register in Cornwall and whether you are on it click here.
  • I need to make enquiries about a burial and associated fees.

    St Erth Parish Council is responsible for the Chenhalls Road cemetery. You can find out more about fees by clicking here.
  • How do I get an allotment?

    The Parish Council provides 10 allotment plots on land at Vicarage Gate for residents of the Parish and operates a waiting list. Currently, the larger plots are £35 per annum and the smaller plots are £25 per annum. If you would like to be included on the waiting list or have any questions about fees etc. please contact the Clerk.
  • How do I contact South West Water

    If you need to contact South West Water please phone: Sewage etc: 0344 346 2020* Debt helpline : 0800 083 0283 Accounts : 0344 346 1010*

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