St Mellion Parish Council
Welcome to the official website of St Mellion Parish Council
St Mellion is located between Callington and Saltash in the east of Cornwall, between the Lynher and Tamar Rivers, and partly within the Tamar Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is one of the smallest parishes in Cornwall with a population of less than 408 and an area of 2,985 acres.
The parish economy is mainly agricultural although it is also home to St Mellion International Resort, an extensive golfing and leisure venue with four star accommodation and hospitality facilities.
St Mellion has a primary school, a church, a methodist chapel and a village pub, as well as Crocadon Farm which holds regular local producer fairs and markets.
The Parish Council has six Councillors (including a Chair and Vice Chair) plus a Parish Clerk. Ordinary meetings are held on the second Tuesday of every month (except August) at 7pm in the Church Hall, St Mellion.
There is also an annual meeting in May which is held straight after the 'Annual Meeting of Parish Electors' and directly before the Parish Council's ordinary meeting for that month.
In addition to these set meetings, the Parish Council occasionally holds extraordinary meetings and 'public meetings', for example, to hear parishioner views on large, local planning applications.
All of these meetings are held in public with parishioners and other interested parties encouraged to attend. Notices, agendas and minutes are posted on the two notice boards in St Mellion village (one by the phone box, one in The Glebe) as well as being published on this website (on the Meetings page).
If you have any enquiries about Parish Council matters, please contact the Clerk using the details at the foot of this page. Please note that standard ‘office hours’ are afternoons on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Thank you for visiting.
New Parish Councillor
Welcome Nick Habermehl who was co-opted to St Mellion Parish Council on 14.11.17
presentation of feasibility study for safe passageway for cyclists
and pedestrians between Callington and Saltash
The presentation was led by Cornwall Council and CORMAC and attended by over 60 people. A significant amount of constructive feedback was received and will feed into the feasibility study report. Watch this space for further updates.
Housing needs survey results
to the recent survey carried out in St Mellion and Pillaton parishes,
a final report has been published on Cornwall Council’s website at
the link below. If you would like further information, please contact
the Clerk using the ‘Enquiries’ form on this website.
Homechoice and Help to Buy South West
you are looking for affordable housing to buy and/or social housing
to rent in Cornwall, please ensure you register with Homechoice and
Help to Buy South West respectively. Links to their websites are
Reporting fly-tipping and other issues
potholes, missed waste collection and other issues can be reported to
Cornwall Council on-line - see details here
Royal Mail Post Boxes
boxes in the village,
Lane, and Dunstan
Quoin have been replaced
Width restriction signs for Clapper Bridge
has installed width restriction signs at Amy Tree and in Pillaton in
an effort to prevent large vehicles using Clapper Bridge. Photos here
Repair and Refurbishment of Parish Signposts
thanks to Irons of Wadebridge for refurbishing and repainting St
Mellion’s cast iron signposts at Amytree and near Clapper Bridge.
Photos can be seen here (1,
New seat at The Glebe
new seat has been located at the Glebe by St Mellion Parish Council
with a generous contribution from Roy Yelland. Many thanks to
Paul Hoult and Bill Sturgess who tidied up the area and installed the
seat. Pictures can be found at the following links (1,
Formal renaming of Church Lane
Lane as been named formally so that Royal Mail and the emergency
services have this on their records. Nameplates have been installed
at each end of the lane (see
here) with the Cornish translation of ‘Bownder An Eglos’. We
are now looking to name other roads in the parish. Please get in
touch if you want to know more.
St Mellion Parish Council Community Grant Scheme
Mellion Parish Council has set up a ‘Community Grant Scheme’ using the
£25k compensation payment received from the developers of the Newton
Ferrers solar farm.
scheme is intended to assist projects run by community and voluntary
groups in St Mellion parish and can be used to support a range of
activities (e.g. community facilities, local environment projects,
of £100 to £5,000 are available for individual projects and can be used
to ‘match fund’ financial support from other sources.
About St Mellion Parish
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Reports, Policies and Documents
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Last updated 16th November 2017