Welcome to the Menheniot Parish website

If you want to find out what’s going on in the parish, what’s going to happen or even what happened in the distant past, this is the place to look. The site is provided by, and maintained through, the Parish Council.

 

Welcome to our new parish councillor, Janice Turner.

At its public meeting held on 21 July 2016, councillors voted to co-opt Ms Janice Turner as councillor to serve the parish until the next election that will be held in May 2017. 

 

On this web site you will find details about the Parish itself, it’s history, news, events, activities, groups and societies, the businesses, the parish councillors and parish council meetings. The site is provided by, and maintained through, the Parish Council. If you think that something is missing or wrong, please let us know.

 

Blue Badge holders can park for free from 1 July 2016

From 1st July 2016 Blue Badge holders can park for free in a Cornwall Council car park if they have a vehicle that is adapted for the benefit of the driver to use or they are registered on the Cornwall Council exemption scheme. Click here to register and get more information. 

Indian Queens and Landulph Refurbishment

Preparation work for National Grid refurbishment starts January 2016. Click here for more information.

Doddycross Pump House Update June 2016

All done and dusted! Thank you Paul Snell for completing so quickly and to Cllr Phil Seeva for topping up the funds to pay for the repair..

PUMP HOUSE

About

Menheniot (Cornish: Mahunyes) is a civil parish and village in Cornwall.  The meaning of the name is “sanctuary of Neot”.  The village has a primary school, a pub, a shop and a post office.

Groups & Activities

Details of the various groups operating and activities available in the parish can be found here.

Events

Events going on in and around Menheniot parish are posted here