Treverbyn Parish Council was formed in 1983 to serve a parish which is essentially rural with extensive areas of China Clay workings and sites of previously worked tin and copper mines. Much of the land was principally owned by the Clay companies and these clay workings have been a dominant feature of the landscape and formed the character of the area. The larger centres of population, Bugle, Carclaze, Penwithick, Stenalees and Trethurgy, housed mainly workers within the industry and the smaller hamlets of Bowling Green, Carthew, Carluddon,Rescorla, Rosevear, Ruddlemoor and Scredda have their own individual identities within the mining community.
It is important to protect our environment, reinstate our wildlife, and keep our footpaths open so our heritage can be enjoyed by many more generations to come, and this the Parish Council has worked towards since its formation in 1983. The Parish faces many challenges over the next few years. Treverbyn Parish has a uniqueness all of its own and we are adamant we do not want to lose this heritage and the Parish Council therefore firmly oppose any proposed alterations to our Parish boundaries in the Local Government Boundary Review.
PARISH COUNCIL - COUNCILLOR VACANCIESTreverbyn Parish Council are looking for enthusiastic, engaged and passionate members of the community to stand as a Parish Councillor. Do you want to make a difference? Have new ideas? Have concerns about the community? Becoming a Parish Councillor might just be for you! The work of a voluntary Councillor is exciting and rewarding, expressing your democratic voice in making decisions on local community issues, services and projects. Full Council meetings are normally held on the second and last ...
23rd November 2023
Remembrance Sunday - 12th November 2023REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY - 12th November 2023You are cordially invited to join us in a Service of Remembrance to be held at the Parish War Memorial, Treverbyn on Sunday November 12th 2023. Everyone is welcome, including family and friends together with all local organisations. The parade will start from the old Stenalees W.I Hall at 10.35am before the commencement of the Remembrance Service at the Treverbyn War Memorial. We hope to see as many people as possible supporting the Parade and Service to re ...
9th November 2023
Bodmin Road, St Austell - Road SubsidenceThe Parish Council has this morning, received notification that the road, southwards just below The Waterwheel Inn in Trethowel, has subsided. Do take care when using this stretch of road.
2nd November 2023
Stenalees Bowling Club Redevelopment - Public Consultation NoticeStenalees Bowling Club Redevelopment - Public Consultation Notification - Tuesday 7th November, from 4pm until 7pm. South West Community Builds and Stenalees Bowling Club are inviting you to our public consultation at Stenalees Bowling Club on Tuesday 7th November 2023. We would like to show you the plans to extend the green into 6 rinks and to build a new and modern clubhouse. Everyone is invited to discuss the plans and have their say on what they would like to see for the new building. We wou ...
2nd November 2023
Parish Council - Councillor VacanciesNotice is hereby given pursuant to Section 87(2) of the Local Government Act 1972 that due to resignations vacancies for new councillors have risen in both Bugle & Penwithick wards of Treverbyn Parish Council. If by December 1st (excluding Saturdays, Sundays, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Good Friday and Bank Holidays after the date of this notice) a request for an election to fill said vacancies is made in writing (by hand or post) to the Returning Officer at the address below by ...
1st November 2023
NEW Bugle Pharmacy Leaflet - (Please note the updated phone number)
1st November 2023
Roche Road (Bugle) - Temporary Closure of Public Car-ParkOur public car park on Roche Road, Bugle will be closed on Thursday 19th October for public use for the purpose of maintenance and tidying of overgrown foliage to improve its appearance. It would be greatly appreciated that owners of vehicles that regularly use the area can make other arrangements. Hopefully with your co-operation this can be completed in one day.
16th October 2023
Bugle Pharmacy is now OPEN*Bugle Pharmacy is now OPEN*To all local residents of Bugle and surrounding villages, Bugle Pharmacy, your new local pharmacy, is now up and running. Offering both private and NHS pharmacy services to the local people. Bugle Pharmacy, Plot 1, Rockhill Business Park, Higher Bugle, St Austell. PL26 8RA. TEL: 01726 851974. Opening Hours: Monday to Friday: 9am - 1pm and 2pm - 5:30pm. Saturday: 9am - 1pm
9th October 2023
Menear Farm - Solar PV and Battery Storage ProposalDue to the valuable feedback received for the Menear Solar PV and Battery Storage project, Anesco have extended the deadline for feedback for the project for an additional week, up until the 29th of September 2023. All details of the project can be found on https://anesco.com/menear-solar-farm/ where there is also a section to provide online feedback.
21st September 2023
Trethowel Residents AssociationOn Friday 1st September, the 'Trethowel Residents Association' was officially launched. At a packed Rockhill Business Park Meeting Room, nearly 40 residents met to throw their weight behind its formation. A proactive, positive and informative discussion was had to discuss various issues facing the hamlet, notably the primary focus being the tackling of excess speed through the hamlet. The constitution was adopted and an elected committee voted in. For anyone requiring any further information, pl ...
13th September 2023
Invitation to Public Consultation Event for the Menear Solar PV and Battery Storage Project - Land at Menear Farm, Trethurgy. PL25 3JTEvent Details - Date: Tuesday 12th September 2023. Time: 2pm – 6:30pm (Drop-in sessions). Location: Treverbyn Parish Council Office, Rockhill Business Park, Higher Bugle, St. Austell, PL26 8RA
Lower Molinnis / Red Lane Neighbourhood Watch GroupThe Lower Molinnis / Red Lane Neighbourhood Watch Group has now been launched. Following a successful inaugural meeting attended by a large number of residents, a positive and most proactive discussion was had. The Group will continue to meet on a monthly basis. For anyone requiring any further information, please contact Mr Steve Landles via Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
10th August 2023
Chris RoweWe are very sad to announce the death of former councillor Chris Rowe.
He was a founder member of Treverbyn Parish Council from it's formation, Chairman from 2002 -2013 also serving as a County Councillor before leaving in 2013.
Always an enthusiastic , hard -working member who genuinely cared for the community.
Appointment of a Part - time Deputy ClerkThe Parish Council are seeking to appoint part-time Deputy Clerk.
Applicants need to be a good communicator, administrator and manager to support the work of a busy Council for up to 20 hours per week.
Salary in accordance with NALC & SLCC recommended rates and subject to qualifications and experience.
For further information or to submit a current CV please contact: David Stevens, Rockhill Business Park, Higher Bugle, St Austell PL26 8RA.
Tel: 01726 851001 Email: email@example.com
Closing date for application: February 14th 2023.
Pharmacy for BugleAt their meeting on Tuesday January 10th 2023 at Rockhill Business Park at 7.00pm the Parish Council are to receive a presentation from a representative of Banns Pharmacy , who already have outlets in the area at Roche, St Dennis and St Stephen. If you have any thoughts on this matter you are welcome to attend and comment.
Salt BinsThe Parish Council are very aware of the issues caused by the recent spell of Arctic weather. We would like to emphasise that all our 30 plus salt bins were checked to have adequate supply of gritting salt during the month of November.
Sadly most of this has been used or disappeared prior to the icy spell that this weekend brought.Our regular suppliers are currently out of stock because of the unusual demand but have promised delivery within the next two weeks.
We are very sorry for any inconvenience caused.
Any person interested in the vacancies for Parish councillors are advised to contact the Parish Clerk for further information.
Exploring our footpathsMany of the Parish boundaries originated from the Treverbyn Manor, which was the Gill Estate. Most of the Parish footpaths were probably used by the Estate workers to get to and repair properties, and to get to work in the China clay pits. Below you can download a list of the parish footpaths and there is also a link to the Cornwall Council interactive map show public rights of way. The photo gallery on our website also shows scenes from some of these walks.
New Community GreenspaceWe are seeking your ideas for ways to improve an area of public greenspace adjacent to the Carluddon Roundabout and ESAM building.
21st July 2022
Imerys trespass warning as lockdown restrictions easeImerys have issued a press release in relation to trepress in which they remind the public that, unless clearly indicated, Clay Country sites are subject to strict mines and quarry regulations, are not open for public access and are not suitable for recreational purposes.
1st April 2021