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  • Newquay men plead guilty to fly tipping

    Phil Trebilcock of 40 Crantock Street, Newquay and Kevin Rogers of 21 Robartes Road, Newquay pleaded guilty at Bodmin Magistrates Court on 20 May 2015 to fly-tipping fish waste onto Towan Beach Newquay in April and June 2014.

    CCTV evidence, witness statements from concerned residents and surveillance undertaken by the Council’s Public Protection and Business Support team showed the two fishermen tipping items over the harbour wall at South Quay, Newquay and Active Cellars, Newquay. Cornwall Council had previously given written warnings on three occasions to Mr Trebilcock and his employee Mr Rogers culminating in a fixed penalty notice being issued to Mr Rogers in 2013. However the previous warnings were ignored by the two men and further incidents occurred in April and June 2014.

    Mr Trebilcock was given a £665 fine and was also ordered to pay a £66 victim surcharge and the Council’s costs of £1002

    Mr Rogers was given a £530 fine and ordered to pay a £53 victim surcharge and the Council’s costs of £1002

    Lynn Carter from Cornwall Council’s Public Protection and Business Support service said: “Cornwall Council continues to work hard to tackle issues of fly-tipping. Fly-tipping is not only unsightly but costs the Council thousands of pounds each year to clear up the mess. The Council is keen to send out a message that this type of behaviour will not be tolerated. We will continue to respond, investigate and, where evidence is found, we will take the appropriate enforcement action.”

    Fly-tipping can be reported on the Cornwall Council website.


    Story posted 21 May 2015

  • Perranporth landlord fined for housing failures

    Cornwall Council’s private sector housing team has successfully prosecuted landlord Abu Mohammed Murshed Chowdhury of Massala Restaurant, St Pirans Road, Perranporth, TR6 0BJ.

    At a hearing at Truro Magistrates Court on the 20 May 2015, Mr Chowdhury pleaded guilty to failing to comply with two Improvement Notices served under Section 11 and 12 of the Housing Act 2004, and three breaches of The Management of Houses in Multiple Occupation (England) Regulations 2006. Mr Chowdhury was fined £2000 and ordered to pay costs of £1635.10 to Cornwall Council with a victim surcharge of £120.

    An inspection of the living accommodation above the commercial premises was carried out which found that the property was a house in multiple occupation being poorly managed with disrepair to bathroom utilities, cracked glazing in a bedroom and potential electrical hazards.  There was no form of fixed, controllable heating in any of the rooms leaving occupants exposed to the health risks of excessively cold temperatures. There was also concern over the fire detection and lack of adequate fire protection provided at the property leaving occupants exposed to the risk of injury should a fire occur.

    Improvement Notices were served for both the hazards ‘Fire’ and ‘Excess Cold’ on the 21October 2014 requiring specified works to be completed by the 21 January 2015.

    The disrepair and breaches identified under The Management of Houses in Multiple Occupation (England) Regulations 2006 were to be completed by 21 December 2014.  A visit by Cornwall Council’s Private Sector Housing Team on the 28 January 2015 found that both of the Improvement Notices had not been complied with, and some Management Regulation failures were still outstanding.

    Joyce Duffin, Cornwall Council cabinet member for housing and environment said: “Cornwall Council is committed to supporting all private sector landlords to help them comply fully with their legal responsibilities.  Through the Cornwall Responsible Landlords Scheme, Cornwall Council has developed a private rental standard for Cornwall which lays out the key elements of what is needed to comply with the law in an easy to understand format.  The scheme will help good and improving landlords understand an area that can often be perceived as complex by providing access to advice and support”.

    Landlords or property agents who wish to know more about their legal obligations are encouraged to express their interest in the ‘Responsible Landlords Scheme’ by making contact with the private sector housing team.

    Expressions of interest can be emailed to the team – or contact the Cornwall Responsible Landlord Scheme Lead Officer on 01872 224543 for more information.

    Story posted on 21 May 2015

  • Have your say on the future of Cornwall's libraries and one stop shops

    Thank you to everyone who has already taken part in the Library and one stop shop consultation; we have been very encouraged by the feedback we have received online, and through partner workshops and public drop in sessions.

    You can still comment on the consultation, which closes on 10 June.

    Join us at the Royal Cornwall Show on the Cornwall Council stand 92 to hear more about the review and let us know your own ideas, on 4, 5 and 6 June.

    Groups and organisations that may be interested in delivering Library/One Stop Shop Services need to complete a Business Case form, available on our website: and send it by 5pm on Friday 29 May:

    By email to:

    By post to:  Cornwall Library and One Stop Shop service review, Truro Community Library Union Place, Truro, Cornwall, TR1 1EP

    Story posted on 22 May 2015

  • Residents local to A30 Temple works invited to information event

    People living near the A30 at Temple are being invited to attend an information event at Cardinham Parish Hall on Thursday 4 June between 2pm and 8pm.

    The drop in event will include details of the diversions which will be in place for the roads around and currently joining the A30 between Temple and Higher Carblake as well as initial plans for traffic management on the A30 while works take place.

    Officers from Cornwall Council and contractors Kier will also be on hand to answer questions about the scheme.

    The works, which are being led by Cornwall Council in partnership with the Department for Transport and Highways England, are expected to take 19 months to complete, with two lanes open in each direction ready for the school holiday period in summer 2016.

    A second event will be taking place at Blisland Village Hall between 2pm and 8pm on Thursday 17 June for those unable to make the Cardinham date.

  • Have your say on Bodmin shared space plans

    A public exhibition will be taking place next month to unveil the latest designs for a shared vehicle, pedestrian and cycle space in Bodmin town centre, as well as highway improvements and cycle routes.

    The scheme will bring a ‘shared space’ to the Dennison Road, Church Square, Turf Street and Crockwell Street area, as well as various highway schemes including a new roundabout at the junction of Priory Road and Launceston Road and cycle links to hubs including the Camel Trail and Lanhydrock.

    Shared spaces – where road signs, traffic lights and markings are removed from the highway – improve safety for pedestrians and cyclists by encouraging motorists to slow down. Similar schemes have been successful in a number of areas in the UK including at Poynton in Cheshire and at Exhibition Road in South Kensington, London.

    Local residents, cyclists, commuters and businesses are being encouraged to attend the exhibition which will be taking place at the Shire Rooms in Bodmin on:

    • Friday 12 June – between 10am and 6pm
    • Saturday 13 June – between 10am and 4pm

    Much of the content of the new proposals has been informed by feedback from a previous public consultation in Bodmin in 2013.

    Councillor Bert Biscoe, Cornwall Council portfolio holder for Transport, said: “The world is changing all around our towns and their challenge is to find a future path. It is good to see Bodmin exploring a future which engages prosperity with strong environmental principles, fitness and building a new heritage.

    “I'm looking forward to the exhibition to promote shared spaces and cycling – it’s a new approach and Bodmin is in the forefront - where it belongs to be!”

    Those unable to attend the consultation can view the designs and have their say on the proposals from Monday 15 June on our website, by visiting Bodmin One Stop Shop at Bodmin Library on Lower Bore Street, writing to Bodmin Growth Deal, Cornwall Council, c/o Engineering, Design Group, Western Group Centre, Radnor Road, Scorrier, Redruth, TR16 5EH, calling 0300 1234 222 or emailing

  • Local heroes recognised at inaugural Civic Awards ceremony

    Civic Awards GroupCommunity volunteers from across Cornwall have been recognised for their generosity during the Council’s inaugural Civic Awards ceremony.

    Nominated by local Cornwall Councillors, unsung heroes who make an outstanding contribution to their local areas were presented with awards by outgoing Council Chairman Councillor John Wood during the event at County Hall in Truro.

    Councillor Wood said: “It was staggering to meet so many people from such diverse backgrounds who do so much in so many different ways to benefit the communities in which they live and work.  I hope that they will go away from here tonight aware that they are valued by us and that this is our way of saying  ‘thank you’ on behalf of everyone in Cornwall.”

    There were 14 recipients of the inaugural Civic Award:

    Sarah Adkins, Saltash 

    Involved in numerous local community groups, Sarah has worked on fundraising events for her local church, is a member of the Saltash-Plougastel Twinning Association, a Trustee of the China Fleet Trust and Honorary Secretary of the Plymouth Area Business Council.

    But it is for her dedication and inspirational leadership as Chair of Governors at Bishop Cornish School that she deserves particular recognition, especially as she will be standing down as Chair at the end of this term. She has seen the school through excellent inspections - but she has gone above and beyond her role, setting up a charity and spearheading a campaign to build the eco-friendly Education Centre that has won several national design and community awards. The children of the school are at the heart of all her actions and decisions. In 2011 the governors were the national winners of the National Governors Association Outstanding Governing Body of the Year Award in recognition of their excellent work.

    Ebby Anstey, Newquay 

    Known in Germany as ‘Mr Twinning’, Ebby was the driving force behind Restormel Borough Council’s twinning with the German region of Dithmarschen. Since his retirement, Ebby has continued to support international relations by acting as secretary and then vice chair for the community organisation which took over the twinning work. As part of this work, Ebby organises week long exchange visits each year and produces a newsletter every two months.

    Reverend Canon Malcolm Bowers, St Blazey

    Until recently Father Bowers has been Parish Priest of St Blazey. Since 1983 he has played an active part in community life well beyond the demands of his clerical role and his abilities as a ‘mediator’ have been much appreciated.  He has earned both the respect and love of a great many of his parishioners who, while not directly involved with the church, have greatly appreciated his contribution to village life.  An example of his dedication to the community is his contribution to the Fourways Youth Centre for over 15 years.

    Sonia Clyne, Par 

    Sonia is a founder member of the Par Community Association, which has worked tirelessly to bring the community together. She has served as secretary of the Association but has also been actively involved in serving the community in practical ways; such as acting as a marshal in the annual triathlon event and helping organise the annual ‘Big Lunch’ and many other ways.

    Working with the St Blaise Feast committee, Sonya has helped organise the annual Feast Parade.  She has also been and remains a long serving member of the Par Bay ‘Big Local Group’, which is on the verge of realising one of its principal ambitions: the establishment of a Community Hub centre.  

    Ann Craig, Stokeclimsland 

    Ann is a former teacher for St Joseph’s School in Launceston and takes a keen interest in local community life through her involvement in many organisations including the Women’s Institute and Old School Committee. Ann also runs weekly Old School Committee afternoon tea parties and was Stokeclimsland show secretary from the late 1970s until 2010. Local youngsters have also benefitted from Ann’s generosity through her voluntary work at the local primary school where she teaches bread making and knitting.

    Gill Gillvray, Four Lanes

    Gill set up the Four Lanes Neighbourhood Watch group in 1999 with a group of like-minded volunteers who were concerned about the safety of local senior citizens in their homes. One of the group’s first actions was to start a gardening scheme, making improvements to house exteriors, gates and fences in an attempt to make them less of a target. As a result of its actions, the group received a commendation from the Home Office under its Bogus Caller Initiative.

    Keith Goldsmith, Menheniot

    Keith has worked tirelessly for the good of his local community for many years. Keith served as Chairman of the Menheniot Cricket Club for a great number of years, giving the club outstanding service and raising tens of thousands of pounds to help improve and preserve its facilities and ensure the continued success of this valuable community asset.

    Over the last year he has ensured that a patch of empty wasteland has been transformed from an eyesore into an inspiring and beautiful public open space for the enjoyment of all.

    Jonathan Hancock, St Just

    Known as a man who ‘gets things done’, Jonathan is involved in many aspects of village life. Chair of Trustees for St Just’s popular Lafrowda Festival and Treasurer of St Just and Land’s End Chamber of Commerce, Jonathan is also the linchpin for the village’s Christmas lights display, each year spending many hours putting up the lights. He was the first person to sign up as a volunteer driver for the Contact the Elderly project and at the weekend will spend time driving older members of the community to social events.

    Frank Holden, Torpoint

    Frank founded the Seventeen Thirty Club (STC) in Torpoint’s Kings Arms in 1997. Made up of several of the pub’s regulars, the group aims to support local young people. Every time the group raises £100, it donates the money to a youth organisation and since February 1997, the group has raised more than £22,000. It is estimated that around 3,000 children and young people in Torpoint have benefitted from the group’s generosity.

    Derek Hoskin, Bodmin

    For more than 12 years Derek has run the Lower Midway Neighbourhood Watch Association in Bodmin. Derek is also instrumental in keeping the Midway Road Playing Field in such fantastic condition – he personally checks the field every day and organises repairs to the equipment, as well as running fundraising events for the field.

    Derek is also very active in helping residents of Midway sheltered flats. He delivers papers and shopping and he helps residents with their problems. He puts up Christmas decorations and organises their coffee mornings.

    Bill Johnson, Roche

    Described as an ‘asset to Roche’ it is Bill’s charitable spirit that saw him nominated for this award. A local hero in his community, Bill gives most of the eggs and produce from his allotment to people less fortunate them himself and makes items from scrap wood which he sells and gives the proceeds to charity.

    Paddy Long, St Eve

    Paddy is one of those people who quietly helps their community in numerous ways, never looking for or expecting any credit.

    The list of community support endeavours Paddy is involved in is endless.  He is part of the Community Speed Watch team; a former Parish Councillor; an organiser of litter picks; a helper on carnival day; a church warden for St Ive Church; a senior tutor for Cornwall Advanced Drivers; a supporter of numerous fundraising events; a manager of parking for flu vaccination clinics; a distributer of the parish magazine and many more.

    Des Mennear, Tregony

    Currently chair of Tregony Parish Council, Des has also served as a councillor for Carrick District and Cornwall County councils. Proactive in identifying issues of concern within the community, Des strives to ensure that the residents of Tregony get the best service. He is also a driving force behind many voluntary activities in the village.

    Graham Mountford, Newquay

    A Newquay RNLI stalwart, Graham began his links with the organisation in 1965, when the inshore lifeboat was brought to the town. Starting out as a crew member, Graham became the team’s submersible tractor driver in 1995 and also maintains the vehicle – a role he continues to this day.

    Graham is now a deputy launching officer with responsibility for the launch of the lifeboat and he has given over 50 years of voluntary service to saving lives at sea. Not only has Graham dedicated his life to saving others by readily responding to the pager at all hours of the day and night, he has also willingly imparted his extensive knowledge and expertise to new, younger crew members.

    When a call came for volunteers to help to tidy the grounds of the community centre he was there. In short, if volunteers are required for any community activity he will turn up.

    Story posted 21 May 2015

  • Farmers prosecuted for illegal sale of raw milk

    The proprietors, Frederica Allen and Sarah Talbot-Ponsonby of Helsett Farm, Boscastle pleaded guilty at Bodmin Magistrates court on Friday 15 May 2014 to 7 offences committed under the Food Safety and Hygiene Regulations 2013 and received fines and costs totalling £11080.

    A joint investigation was carried out by Cornwall Council’s Food Safety Team and the Food Standards Agency (FSA) following the discovery of the illegal sales of raw milk during a routine inspection by Cornwall Council in September 2013.  Further investigation discovered that during a breakdown of the farms Official Tuberculosis Free status in January 2014, milk from bovine animals that should have been discarded entered the food chain. 

    Prosecuting Counsel, Barry White told the court that there were two elements to the case for which the Council and the FSA had enforcement responsibilities.  Helsett Farm had failed to register for the sale of raw milk, despite the Council providing guidance on this matter.  Un-pasteurised milk carries a higher risk to public health and any business supplying raw milk needs to meet certain standards and be registered. 

    The second element was the failure to separate and dispose of milk from cattle identified as reacting to the mandatory Bovine Tuberculosis test.  The milking equipment used at the farm is designed to allow the milk to be separated with very little effort needed and there was evidence that it had been previously used successfully at the farm for separating milk from animals being treated with antibiotics.  Both defendants had also failed to withdraw the subsequent products and notify the Council of the incident. 

    Both defendants accepted responsibility for the failings and in mitigation the court were told that while both were technically responsible for upholding the law, they had different operational roles at the farm.  In mitigation, the raw milk supplies had stopped when the TB was discovered and all the milk from the reactor animals had been subject to pasteurisation.  The pasteurisation process is known to reduce the risk of human infection and therefore there is minimal risk to the public.

    The court, when sentencing gave credit for their pleas and previous good character but stressed that laws are in place for a reason.

    Cornwall Council Food and Safety Manager Nick Kelly said:  “Checking the integrity of foods being produced are a routine part of food hygiene inspections and we work jointly with colleagues from the FSA to share information and carryout investigations locally as well as nationally to ensure all parts of the food chain are safe.  My officers have previously advised the defendants on the correct process for applying for approval to supply raw milk and they were aware that milk from the animals reacting positively to the Tuberculosis tests should have been discarded.”

    Cornwall Council cabinet member communities Geoff Brown said:  “The Council carries out thousands of food safety inspections each year and regularly advise businesses on how to comply with the law.  However, when businesses potentially put customers at risk by selling unfit food, we will not hesitate to take formal action through the Courts.”


    Story posted 19 May 2015

  • Council elects Chairman, Vice Chairman and Leader at annual meeting

    John Pollard, the Independent Member for Hayle North, was re-elected as the Leader of Cornwall Council at this week’s meeting of the unitary authority.

    Thanking Members for their support Mr Pollard said that being re-elected as the Leader for the third year was both an extremely humbling and emotional experience. “I am grateful for the Council’s support and promise that I will do my best to ensure that this Council is successful and inclusive” he said.  “I will strive to bring a consensus that is above party political gain but delivers to the Cornish public the service that they deserve.

    “I believe that the alliance between the Independent and Liberal Democrat groups on the Council has worked tremendously well and this is a credit to all involved.  The Cabinet is very talented with all portfolio holders working extremely hard and bringing good management to their area of responsibility.

    “We must all strive for the highest possible standards but overall Cornwall is a successful Council in comparison to many other local authorities. 

    “Looking forward, if we can implement the four year budget, if we can maintain a spirit of improvement, if we can eradicate mistakes and insensitive communications, we can build a different, strong, resilient, and sustainable Cornwall. “

    Following the decision of Jeremy Rowe, the Liberal Democrat Member for St Issey and St Tudy, to stand down as Deputy Leader of the Council, the role has been taken over by Adam Paynter, the Liberal Democrat Member for Launceston North and North Petherwin.

    Confirming the appointment Mr Pollard said “Adam brings enormous experience to the Cabinet and I know that his wise counsel and intelligent approach will be a great assistance to me and the Council. “

    Mr Pollard also paid tribute to the contribution which had been made by Jeremy Rowe, who will continue in his role as the Cabinet Member for Localism. “ An architect of the alliance, the foundation of the Liberal Democrat contribution to the Cabinet and, most importantly, the most dependable  and supportive Deputy anyone could wish for.  He has been brilliant.  I am delighted that he remains on the Cabinet and know that he will be an integral part of the team. “

    Mr Pollard also confirmed that all the nine remaining Members of the Cabinet would continue in their existing roles. 

    At the meeting Members also elected Ann Kerridge, the Liberal Democrat Member for Bodmin St Mary’s, as the Chairman of the Council, with Mary May, the Independent Member for Penryn West, elected as Vice Chairman.

    This is the first time in the history of both Cornwall Council, and the former Cornwall County Council, that two women have held the roles of Chairman and Vice Chairman at the same time.

    Thanking Members for their support and confidence, Ann Kerridge, the former Vice Chairman of the Council, said that John Wood had been an excellent Chairman and would be a hard act to follow.  Her comments were echoed by Council Leader John Pollard who said that Mr Wood had been a superb Chairman of the Council.

    Also thanking Members for their support new Vice Chairman Mary May pledged to do her best for the Council and for Cornwall.

    Following the announcement that Chief Executive Andrew Kerr is leaving the Council to take up a new position as the Chief Executive of Edinburgh City Council, Members have confirmed the arrangements for the appointment of a new Chief Executive and Head of Paid Service.

    A Selection and Appointment of Chief Officers Panel will now be appointed and convened as soon as possible to oversee the appointment process, including all relevant terms and conditions.  Members of the Panel will include the Chairman of the Council, the Leader, Deputy Leader, Independent Cabinet Member, the Group Leaders of the Conservative, UKIP, Mebyon Kernow and Labour groups and the Deputy Leader of the Conservative Group.

    The Panel will report back to the next meeting of the full Council on 21 July. 


    Story posted 20 May 2015

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  • Car Care Automotive Great Yarmouth had Stolen Car Parts

    James Ward known as Mark James was found guilty last week for handling stolen car parts from his business called Car Care Automotive. Unit 6 Suffolk Rd Great Yarmouth.. Phone number 01493 717767
    A Subaru Impreza was stolen from High Wycombe, an area where Ward lived at the time of the theft. The car was broken up for parts by Ward. He has also set up a new business that deals with Subaru’s. The business is in Great Yarmouth, Car Care Automotive. Unit 6 Suffolk Rd. Phone number 01493 717767.
    Thames Valley Police raided Car Care Automotive on the 24/2/15 and found a few parts left from the stolen Subaru. Ward was bailed until April. On the 20/4/15 Thames Valley Police charged Ward with handling and selling stolen goods. Ward has even put parts from the stolen car onto other cars.
    On the 6/5/15 Ward pleaded guilty to breaking the Subaru, knowing it was stolen and selling it for parts.
    Anyone with a Subaru are advised to be careful dealing with the business known as Car Care Automotive at Great Yarmouth. The Court Order was made against James Mark Ward at High Wycombe Court. The Case number is 431500197216/1 6th May 2015. This article is printed in good faith from verified data and is in the interest of public awareness.The business Care Care Automotive at Yarmouth
    should not be confused with any other business with a similar name.


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