We are Menheniot. Take the survey

As part of its submission to Cornwall Council, Menheniot Parish Council would like your opinion of how it represents the needs of its residents and what you think about life in the parish. This survey opens on 9 May and will close at midnight on 2 June 2019.

There’s more background information at the start of the survey so you can be clear about what the issues are. Please take a couple of minutes to take it and speak with any of our councillors if there’s anything you don’t understand or have concerns about. You can reach them through the Clerk’s Office on 01579-342437.

Follow this link to the survey and if you would prefer a paper copy, drop us an email with your postal address and name or call into the Spar shop. Councillors will be attending the Old School coffee morning on Thursday 16 May from 10am, and all day during the European Elections on Thursday 23 May from 9am.

 

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Community Governance Review 2019

Cornwall Council is carrying out a review of parish council boundaries. This is happening across the county, and every parish council is obliged to consult with its own residents about whether or not they want theirs changed.

Liskeard Town Council wants to change its boundary with Menheniot, along the north-western part of the parish that would include the settlements of Bolitho Farm, Island Shop, Tencreek Farm, Tencreek Cottage, Cartuther Barton and Keyes. This would take out about 590 acres of housing and farmland from Menheniot, the equivalent of about 8% of all land in the parish. You can read about their proposals in Liskeard’s Notes  here and download a map here showing the areas that might be affected (Cloak Park is not included). At the Menheniot Annual Parish Meeting held on 9 May 2019, the Liskeard Town Clerk presented this statement.

The Parish Council needs to have your opinion on the proposals, and understand how they might affect you. At it’s Annual Parish Meeting that was held on Thursday 9 May, the 40 residents who attended voted unanimously to reject Liskeard’s proposals. If you would like to receive our newsletter, send your email address to the Clerk’s Office, and we will keep you in touch with what is happening. (10/05/19)

 

Letter to Liskeard Town Council

Acting on behalf of all Menheniot residents, the Chair of the parish council has delivered this letter to the Mayor and Councillors of Liskeard stating his position on the current boundary review. Liskeard Town Councillors will be debating the outcomes from the Menheniot Annual Parish Meeting at their Planning Committee meeting in the Liskeard council chamber next Monday 20 May at 7.30pm. This letter will be discussed at their Finance Committee meeting the following evening, 21 May also at 7.30pm in the council chamber. (17/05/19)


 

Notice of conclusion of audit 3 September 2018

The parish council’s auditors have approved the accounts and governance statements for the year 2017/18. Download a copy of the certificate here which includes details of when you can make inspection of the annual return.

Report It

If you have problems with potholes or waste collection, bus shelters or planning, here’s a quick guide to who-does-what and how to take action.

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Menheniot Neighbourhood Development Plan 2017/18

In May 2017, the council appointed Steve Besford-Foster as project manager for the Menheniot neighbourhood plan. We are in process of setting up a steering group that will oversee the project, and engage with our residents to get the widest range of opinions on the plan. The steering group will be holding regular monthly meetings from September 2017 onwards. If you’d to stay connected to our work, send us an email and we will include you in our mailing list for bulletins. The plan has it’s own dedicated website. Visit it here, and bookmark it for future reference. You can also find us on social media. Search for #MenheniotPlan on Twitter or follow us on Facebook.

Menheniot Council Privacy Notice

Your privacy is important to us and we take great care to protect it. We will only share your data in very specific circumstances when we have your consent. Follow this link to download the council’s General Privacy Notice. If you have any questions about the privacy of your personal data, contact the Data Protection Officer using this webform.

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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