Please be aware the village streets are very narrow and visitors often get their vehicles stuck. Take notice of the advisory signs and use the car park at the entrance to the village to avoid such pitfalls.
If you are using satellite navigation equipment, be aware that it may direct you off the main road and down into the village via a very steep and narrow hill. You are advised to stay on the main A387 road and switch off your navigation equipment as you approach Polperro.
On Saturday 7 October the Tamar Bridge and Torpoint Ferry Joint Committee are launching a consultation exercise on proposals to address the financial shortfall caused by the impact of higher […]
Good afternoon Our works to repair the outfall pipe have been substantially delayed by poor sea conditions, in addition we will need to bring additional equipment into the harbour […]
Have your say on Cornwall Council’s draft budget (mailchi.mp)
New food waste, recycling and rubbish collections (mailchi.mp)
The Clean Cornwall Newsletter
Town and Parish Council Newsletter – 8 September 2023 (mailchi.mp)
Town and Parish Council Newsletter – 11 August 2023 (mailchi.mp)
Good Afternoon All Please see information below regarding the Safer Cornwall annual Have your Say survey which is now open. The Safer Cornwall annual Have Your Say survey […]
Please see below news from Tim Marrion from Active Cornwall, about this summer’s programme. If you have any queries, please get in touch with Tim direct (contact details at the […]