St Erth

Parish Council

Konsel Pluw Lannudhno a’gas dynnergh

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

New: Community Larder

New: Community Larder

A new community larder has been set up in the Lichgate ( the black gates next to the Parish Church) Help  yourselves and please: Take what you NEED Leave what you DON’T Donate what you CAN Opening times Daily 10am-4pm (not Christmas Day and Boxing Day) A big thank you...

Footpaths 111/7/2 & 112/52/4  at Carbis Mill

Footpaths 111/7/2 & 112/52/4  at Carbis Mill

The Parish Council has been advised that the Countryside Team at Cornwall Council have recently put up secure fencing to enable the footpaths to be walked from Relubbus to Carbis Mill and back or from St Erth to Carbis Mill and back, but to ensure that the dangerous...

Census 2021

Census 2021

Households across Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, alongside the rest of England and Wales will soon be asked to take part in Census 2021. The census is a once-in-a-decade survey that gives the most accurate estimate of all the people and households in England and...