The Government has announced that play equipment can re-open from 4th July 2020. The Parish Council is working hard to meet the guidance issued by the Government. You will notice some differences when you visit our parks in future. All the equipment is being safety checked and will be thoroughly disinfected with Anti Bac prior to re-opening. We are having to remove our picnic tables as we are being asked to deter different households from congregating in close proximity. We also have to remove our gates and other touch points. Some equipment such as swings will be removed in order to maintain the social distancing required by the Government. Signage will be in place and we ask you to please read that prior to using the equipment and also to maintain the social distance rules at all times. We will provide Sani Stations in our play areas for your use. We also ask you where possible to use wipes to clean the equipment before use. Thank you for working with us to keep everyone safe :)
Kenwyn Parish Council
1 Nancevallon Mrs K J Harding
Higher Brea Clerk to the Council
Camborne Tel: 01209 610250/0800 234 6077
TR14 9DE e mail email@example.com
Kenwyn Parish Council wishes to thank all the volunteer groups right across the Parish for all the hard work, dedication and incredible generosity shown to residents of Kenwyn Parish during the current Covid-19 Pandemic.
It is truly remarkable how these groups have come together in very little time to support our more vulnerable residents throughout this difficult time.
We are aware of many tasks being fulfilled, from shopping to DIY, transport to medical appointments, dog walking, donations of food and other items and of course to ensure all members of the community are safe and not in need of anything.
It is absolutely amazing and we just want to say a massive thank you to everyone involved. It makes us all very proud of our parish and our communities.
Well done and if we can assist further with anything please contact us on the above numbers.
Kenwyn (Cornish: Keynwynn) is a settlement and civil parish in Cornwall, United Kingdom. The settlement is a suburb of the city of Truro and is situated half-a-mile (1km) north of the city centre. It gives its name to one of three rivers that flow through the city.
The parish of Kenwyn is bounded by the following Parishes; on the north by St Allen, on the east by St Clements, on the south by Kea, from Greenbottom to the A30 road to Chiverton by Chacewater and on the west by St Agnes and Perranzabuloe
Truro College, Royal Cornwall Hospital Treliske, Richard Lander School, Gloweth and Threemilestone are all part of Kenwyn Parish as are Penstraze, Greenbottom, Shortlanesend, Tregavethan and Idless. Within the largest settlement in the Parish - Threemilestone, there are several local businesses including a Post Office, Convenience Store, Chemist, Take Away Food facilities and hairdressers. The village is also served by a Doctor's Surgery and a Dentist. The local Methodist Church is in the centre of the settlement as is Threemilestone Community Centre and Social Club. There is also a pub. Threemilestone Primary School is situated in Polstain Road, Threemilestone.
Threemilestone Industrial Estate houses a large variety of businesses as does the Retail Park at Greenbottom.
Gloweth has expanded massively over the last 10 years both in terms of housing, Educational and Health Facilities. Truro College is a very successful educational facility as is the new,state of the art, Richard Lander School that has been constructed on land at Higher Besore.
Shortlanesend is served by a Post Office/Shop and a local Pub. A primary School is situated in the Village as is a Village Hall.
Kenwyn Parish Council owns playing fields in both Threemilestone and Shortlanesend. It owns a number of bus shelters and the Village Hall at Shortlanesend.
The Parish Council consists of 14 councillors, 6 for Threemilestone Ward, 4 for Gloweth Ward, 3 for Shortlanesend Ward and 1 for the Greenbottom Ward. (Details can be found of Councillors page). The Council meets twice a month on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday in each month at Shortlanesend Village Hall at 7pm.
During the current 'Lockdown' period due to Covid-19 all meetings of the parish council will be held on Monday evenings starting at 7pm on 18th May 2020. It is hoped to continue with these virtual meetings on 8th & 22nd June and on 6th & 20th July 2020. The parish council will consider Government Guidance after this time. Dates and agendas can be found on the Meeting, Dates, Agendas & Minutes page.
The Parish Council also has important involvement in a more strategic role with conservation, environmental issues, local housing surveys, planning and forward planning briefs.