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Remote Meeting Guidelines for Members and the Public

As part of the Covid-19 emergency measures, the Government has issued the regulations that give local authorities greater flexibility in the conduct of meetings, including allowing members to attend remotely, and for public and press to access those meetings.
Following the new regulations St Minver Lowlands Parish Council will be holding some Council meetings using ZOOM online meeting platform until further notice.

RSS Cornwall Council News

  • Camborne man admits selling illegal tobacco 22 September 2020
    Neil Browning, 57, of Marriots Avenue, Weeth Road, Camborne appeared before Truro Magistrates on 9 September 2020. He admitted four charges in relation to the supply of illegal tobacco products, and the evasion of taxes and duties. He was: sentenced to 60 hours of community service ordered to pay legal costs and forfeited cash of more than £7,000 The Court heard that Browning […]
  • Council vows to put residents first as Covid-19 cases rise nationally 22 September 2020
    Putting the health of residents first and standing up for Cornwall’s businesses at a time when Government considers new public health measures to tackle a rise in Covid-19 cases was highlighted when Cornwall Council met today. The full council meeting, held virtually, was addressed by council leader Julian German on the challenge facing Cornwall in […]
  • Cornwall Council urges businesses to familiarise themselves with new Government Covid rules 22 September 2020
    With the government due to launch the NHS COVID-19 app for residents in England and Wales this week, Cornwall Council is urging businesses to familiarise themselves with how the system will work. Last week, the Government announced that certain venues, including venues run by local authorities will now be legally required to display NHS QR […]
  • Lanner smallholder receives five-year ban after keeping animals in filthy conditions 21 September 2020
    A smallholder from Lanner who kept pigs, poultry and a llama in filthy and dangerous conditions has been banned for five years from keeping farm animals, including llamas. Gary Joseph Clark pleaded guilty at Truro Magistrates Court to six offences relating to a failure to care for the animals under the Animal Health Act 2006. […]
  • Cornwall welcomes students back to local universities 21 September 2020
    With the academic getting underway, Cornwall Council has welcomed the return of students across Cornwall, including the Falmouth and Penryn area. We have been working closely with all education providers in the county over the summer months on plans to ensure that students return safely, and that safe behaviours are being promoted and supported throughout […]