Burns Night Supper

Callington and District Twinning Association presents

Probably the Best Burns Night Supper South of the Border

Saturday 27th January

Callington Town Hall

7.00pm for 7.30pm

Welcome drink, Piper, Selkirk Grace, Address to the Haggis, 3 course meal, The Immortal Memory, Scottish Dancing, Fun & Laughter – Tickets £17.00 available from Callington Town Hall or from any Twinning Association Committee member

Burns Night poster 2018

Worried about your hearing?

Action on Hearing Loss are holding a monthly ‘Hear to Inform and Support Service’ in Callington Town Hall on the third Thursday of the month between 10.00am and 1.00pm.

You can have your hearing checked, get advice on hearing equipment and talk about support in your local area.

Do you have hearing loss or tinnitus or know someone who does.  Come and see us!

If you have any questions please contact Jason or Rosie

Phone:  01752 228657 or email: Jason.sculthorpe@hearingloss.org.uk or Rosie.goodman@hearingloss.org.uk

H2IAS poster A4 – Callington

Notice of Co-Option

TOWN COUNCILLOR VACANCY

With reference to the public notice published on 14 November 2017, in respect of a casual vacancy on this Town Council, Cornwall Council has confirmed that no requests were received asking that an election be held so Callington Town Council can now co-opt a new Councillor.   If you are interested in becoming a Town Councillor, please pop into the Town Council office and collect a Councillor Pack or click on the link below.

Notice of Co-option December 2017

Provision of Services 2017

 

Town Councillor Vacancy

Town Councillor Vacancy

We currently have a vacancy for a Town Councillor, details of the application process and important dates are shown on the Notice of Vacancy below.

If you are passionate about where you live and would like to represent the local community then why not become a Town Councillor?  You do not need to be a member of a political party, we need all different types of people from all different types of background 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.

What’s involved?

The Town Council meets three times a month on a  Tuesday evening at 6.30pm  in the Council Chamber within the Town Hall complex.  The first Tuesday of the month is usually a Planning meeting followed by our Town Hall and Premises meeting.  The third Tuesday is another Planning meeting followed by our Outside Services Committee meeting.  On the fourth Tuesday of the month our Finance and General Purposes meeting takes place followed by the Town Council’s Full Council meeting.

There may be additional work dependant on the projects you become involved with.  Training in all aspects of being a Town Councillor is available.  The role of a Town Councillor is entirely voluntary and Councillors are not paid for being part of the Town Council.

If you are interested, please follow the application process within the document below.

Notice of Vacancy

Public Presentation in St Mellion

Safe Passageway for cyclists and pedestrians between Callington and Saltash

Monday 20th November 2017

6.30pm to 7.30pm

kindly hosted by

St Mellion International Resort

PL12 6SD

 

Cornwall Council has completed a feasibility study that considers options for improving the route for cyclists and pedestrians between Callington and Saltash. Members of the public are invited to attend a presentation of key outcomes and recommendations from the report.

There will also be an opportunity for the public to make comments and suggestions about the potential scheme.

SP public presentation 201117 press announcement

For further information, please contact:

St Mellion Parish Clerk on 07539 480 310

or email clerk@stmellion-pc.gov.uk

 

Community Mural

REFRESHING MURAL PROJECT

A new Callington Town Council sub-committee has been formed to allow the project to reinvigorate the Callington mural trail.

The remit of the sub-committee will be to work on behalf of Callington Town Council to fulfil the objectives as laid out below by applying for grant funding in order to work alongside professional artists to execute the necessary work.

Objectives

 To make Callington a destination based on public works of art;

To engage the community with the murals;

To restore existing murals;

To replace existing murals;

To generate new murals.

The outline plan is to raise awareness of the intrinsic value of the murals; raise funds to support a small-scale mural competition; agree a mechanism for making grant applications; run the competition; carry out a visual review of the existing murals; identify lost murals and create a listing and categorise; scope the necessary work to save those murals which are salvable and investigate possible funding sources to carry out the restoration of murals and complete the work.

Once the first part of the project is complete, it is intended to then apply for funding to generate new murals and launch a new project, which might include aspects of artwork other than murals.

The Committee is looking for anyone within the community who would be interested in joining in this exciting project. You need not have any artistic flair yourself, just the desire to help see the regeneration of the Mural Trail. The first meeting will be held in Callington Town Hall on Monday 6th November at 7.00pm. For further information, please contact Rick Lumley on 01579 382705 or by email (richard.lumley@callington-tc.gov.uk).