The Council recognises the interest, opportunities, questions and concerns this program has generated in the local community and along with our e-newsletter, information will be posted on the mining update page on this website. Click on the link below or the ‘News’ tab at the top of the Home page.
Meeting Minutes & related documents related to this project will be also be available here as downloadable pdfs over the coming months.
Don’t have a garden or space to grow fruit or vegetables? Then why not apply for an allotment. There are two sites in Callington, one near the Health Centre on Haye Road and the other by the Fire Station on South Hill Road.
There are vacant plots on both sites. Annual rent is very affordable at £25 a year with water included.
Give Jo a call on 01579 384039 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Callington Town Council has a vacancy for a temporary Grounds Maintenance Operative
working part time (Mon-Wed) for a period of approx. 6 months.
For an informal discussion about the role please contact the Facilities & Maintenance Manager (07397 539284).
Job Specifications and Application Forms available below.
Applications close at noon on Monday 27th March 2017 with interviews being held that week.
All qualification computer courses are now FREE at your local Link into Learning centre.
Would you like to find out how to use a computer or
improve your knowledge of computers and what they can do for you?
FREE Functional Skills in ICT
There are courses from absolute beginners to
intermediate and advanced skills.
Our experienced tutors will find a course at the right level for you.
Link into Learning, The Pannier Market, Callington
Drop into the centre or leave a telephone
message on 01579 383323
Mining maps can be viewed from 5.00pm in the Town Hall on Thursday 16th February, prior to this meeting.
CALLINGTON TOWN COUNCIL HAVE CALLED
A PUBLIC MEETING TO BE HELD IN THE
TOWN HALL 7PM ON
THURS 16TH FEBRUARY 2017
THE OBJECT OF THIS MEETING WILL BE TO DISCUSS THE EXPLORATION DRILLING IN KELLY BRAY HISTORIC MINING AREA
A total of around 20 holes are currently planned and to depths of up to 500 metres. The drilling programme is expected to take about 6 months. Local landowners have been contacted concerning access to their land and communication sessions for local residents have been held at the Swingletree pub during December and January, by Cornwall Resources Ltd
Maps about the drilling locations will be on display at this meeting.
So please try to attend and make your views known to the Town Council and take the opportunity to ask any questions or explain any concerns you have to Jeff Harrison, the Mining Consultant.
We appreciate that this may be a very well attended event and ask that any questions are limited to 3 minutes per person, allowing as many people as possible the opportunity to express their views.
THANK YOU IN ANTICIPATION OF YOUR ATTENDANCE
Want to help your local community? Passionate about where you live? Are you interested in how your Town Council operates?
Town Councillors are people elected to the Town Council to represent their local community – you do not need to be a member of a political party. We need all different types of people so that the Town Council reflects the community it serves, so whatever your age, background or skills you could be the perfect person, you just need some time, enthusiasm and commitment. Callington Town Council meet three times a month on the first, third and fourth Tuesday, in the evenings. There are four committees, Planning, Outside Services, Town Hall and Finance and General Purposes. A Full Council meeting is held on the fourth Tuesday every month.
If you are interested, please contact the Town Clerk on 01579 384039 or
Our Town, Our Street, Our Home
What is precious to you about your home? How can we best attract an support new businesses, commerce and retail outlets? How can the town be maintained as a safe environment for our children? How can we best provide and preserve affordable housing and secure jobs? How can we build on our strong sense of community?
Following the analysis of the questionnaire, broad brush stroke suggestions have been made as to how we can best tackle the concerns which were raised in the returns.
Now is the time for detail to be addressed and there will be plenty of opportunity to voice your opinions; speak to your local town councillors or members of the Neighbourhood Plan Steering Committee.
Please take every opportunity to attend meetings or make your opinions heard by contacting the Town Clerk at:
Callington Town Hall, New Road, Callington PL17 7BD email: email@example.com 01579 384039
REMEMBER: we all want Callington to be the best place to live, learn, work and play!
Callington and District Twinning Association invite you to join with them to celebrate St Piran’s Supper on Saturday 25th February 2017
Callington Town Hall 7.00pm
Three course meal plus entertainment
Entry by ticket only £16.00
Contact Dorothy on 01579 363854 or email firstname.lastname@example.org