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.
To submit your views, please fill out the consultation questionnaire below by midnight on 17 February 2023 at the latest. The Government and Cornwall Council have negotiated a proposed Devolution […]
You are invited to have your say about Cornwall Council’s spending priorities and budget for 2023/24. We are currently consulting on our draft budget for 2023/24 until Sunday 15 January […]
Our Winter Service Plan states that we will salt (commonly known as “grit”) All A and B roads Some other well used roads Access to sites of strategic importance, including but not […]
Town and Parish Council Newsletter: 2 December 2022 (mailchi.mp)
The UK’s Deputy Chief Veterinary Officer declared a new Avian Influenza Prevention Zone (AIPZ) for Cornwall (including the Isles of Scilly), Devon and parts of Somerset on 31 August 2022. […]
Would you like to make a difference to your local community? We currently have one vacancy that we are looking to fill by co-option. We invite anyone who is interested […]
Struggling households in Cornwall are reminded that there is support available to help them through the cost-of-living crisis. Residents can check out the available help on Cornwall Council’s Cost of […]
Support your local small businesses – Free parking in Cornwall Council car parks on 3 December Small Business Saturday falls this year on 3 December. On the day it will […]
A Speedwatch Group was recently formed for the Looe area supported by PCSO Steve Cocks. A few sites have been identified for monitoring, and I am sure that you could […]