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.

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.

Cornwall Council Boundary Review July/August 2017

The Local Government Boundary Commission is consulting with residents on proposals to reduce the number of divisional councillors (Cornwall councillors) from 113 to 87Follow this link to read more. The consultation will end on 7 August 2017.

New co-opted parish councillors

At its public meeting on 15 May 2017, the parish council co-opted two new councillors to the vacant seats: Mr Tony Ball and Mr Will Sneyd.

General Election 8 June 2017 result

Sheryll Murray (Con) 29,492 ELECTED

Gareth Derrick (Lab) 12,050

Phil Hutty (LD) 10,346

Martin Corney (Green) 1,335


Application for preferred contractor listing 28 November 2016

Menheniot Parish Council is inviting contractors, individuals and voluntary groups to be listed as preferred contractors for a range of works that are needed to maintain facilities and roadways within the parish boundary.

Being a preferred contractor means that the council will have your company details on file so that when we need work carried out, we already have a list of possible contractors to choose from.  It does not mean that you are an exclusive contractor or have priority rights when we do choose.

Some of our contract work extends over a period of years, whilst other work could be short term, as in the case of emergency repairs. If you would like to be included on our current list, please complete the details attached and return it to us.

This is the scope of work for which we need to employ outside contractors. On request, we can supply detailed specifications for each of the contracts below.

Preferred Contractor Listing

Indian Queens and Landulph Refurbishment

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




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 going on in and around Menheniot parish are posted here