Latest news items from around the Newquay area from Cornwall Council:
Residents and visitors are being encouraged to shop locally this festive season as Cornwall Council continues to offer one day’s free parking in paid-for car parks across Cornwall during the festive season.
Residents will be able to park for free locally on one day selected by their City, Town or Parish Council to support trading in town centres. This Saturday 16 December shoppers can take advantage of free parking all day in Falmouth, Bude, Helston, Penzance, Wadebridge and Torpoint.
Free parking has already taken place this festive season in 61 car parks across Cornwall and in Truro the two Park and Ride sites were also free. With many c...
Ever dreamed of teaching exercise classes on one of Cornwall’s beautiful beaches or running a gourmet food and drink van in a country park or overlooking a harbour?
Cornwall Council has 40 new pop-up sites available for lease in some of Cornwall’s most iconic locations, opening doors for both new and existing businesses.
Businesses will be able to tender for an incredible range of locations covering the length and breadth of Cornwall, from Penzance Promenade and Smeatons Pier in the west to Saltash waterfront and Kit Hill in the east and Widemouth Bay and the Camel Trail in the north.
Councillor Sue James, the Council’s Cabinet Member fo...
Local people and visitors to Newquay will soon have a better looking Trenance Park as Cornwall Council have started works to remove the silt from part of Trenance Lake and improve the current design.
Cornwall Council invested in Trenance natural play area last year and is now investing in the lake to provide a longer term solution to the sediment build up and improve the natural habitat and environment for residents and visitors.
To ensure disturbance to wildlife is minimised and to ensure best practice Cornwall Council is liaising with the Environment Agency.
Trenance Lake is currently three connected lakes, the boating lake, and smaller ...