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Transformation Board meeting

NHS Cornwall Events - Thu, 18/06/2020 - 10:00
The next meeting will take place on Thursday 18 June 2020 – 10am to 12.30pm at NHS Kernow, Trevithick room, Sedgemoor, Priory Road, St Austell PL25 5AS.
Categories: Health

Postponed - Whose Shoes? United 2020

NHS Cornwall Events - Thu, 21/05/2020 - 10:00
Share your experiences in a safe and welcoming space where babies and partners are welcome.
Categories: Health

Governing Body meeting

NHS Cornwall Events - Tue, 05/05/2020 - 10:00
Information on NHS Kernow's May 2020 Governing Body meeting.
Categories: Health

Registration of births, deaths and marriages during Covid 19

Cornwall Council - Latest News - Tue, 31/03/2020 - 13:31

Emergency legislation to register deaths by phone has now been implemented.

None of Cornwall’s Register Offices will be open except for existing appointments to register a death. No more face-to-face death registration appointments will be made.

From now until further notice, people will be able to make a request to register a death through an on-line form on the Cornwall Council website or by phoning 0300 1234 181 (Monday to Friday 8:30am to 6:00pm). We will then contact the customer only once we have received all the necessary paperwork, which may be subject to understandable delays with the medical profession.

All other Register Office services are suspended until further notice. Birth registrations are suspended, but please note the change that child benefit can now be claimed prior to registration.

We are contacting marriage/civil partnership couples who have booked with us to discuss their options, but we have over 3,000 bookings so there is a backlog. We are not taking any new bookings for marriages or Civil Partnerships until we have been able to reschedule our displaced bookings. Email us on but please be aware there will be a delay in our response.

Thank you for noting this restricted service at this busy time.

Categories: Councils, Politics

Truro's minor injury unit relocates as part of COVID-19 planning

NHS Cornwalll News - Tue, 31/03/2020 - 00:00
Patients coming to the Royal Cornwall Hospital’s urgent treatment centre/emergency department in Truro with less serious illness and injury are now being redirected to Camborne-Redruth Community Hospital Minor Injury Unit
Categories: Health

Cornwall Council calls on government to speed up delivery of PPE supplies

Cornwall Council - Latest News - Mon, 30/03/2020 - 19:31

Cornwall Council, in partnership with the Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Leadership Board, has called on the government to increase the speed at which personal protective equipment (PPE) is made available to key workers in Cornwall.

Council leader Julian German said it was vital that key workers and organisations who need PPE to safely carry out their jobs receive it quickly, and asked for further details about how and when that equipment would be distributed.

Cllr German said: “I understand that these are unprecedented times and there is a UK shortage of PPE, but I urge the government to quickly clarify how it intends to distribute this vital equipment – particularly in rural areas like Cornwall.

“Our frontline workers are doing an incredible job caring for residents who are sick or vulnerable, and we desperately need to protect them from falling ill so we can keep Cornwall running and prepare for recovery.

“We as a council have appealed for businesses across Cornwall who may be able to help us with the supply of unused PPE to get in touch, and while we greatly appreciate their support we recognise that this is not a sustainable solution.

“We still require clarification about when the government intends to make new supplies available, and how it will deliver those supplies throughout this difficult period. We will help with those distribution efforts where we can.

“I look forward to hearing more about the government’s plans as soon as possible.”

Many of Cornwall Council’s health and social care partners – in particular social care providers - have identified a lack of PPE as their biggest concern when trying to keep staff and service users safe. PPE is not needed for use at home unless you are a health care worker providing regular personal care to someone who has Covid-19 or is displaying symptoms.

A number of organisations across Cornwall are likely to have PPE that they are not using, and we would ask that you make this available to us now, so we can protect key workers from infection and help reduce the spread of coronavirus.

We currently need:

  • Fluid repellent facemasks (IIR)
  • Disposable aprons
  • Disposable gloves (latex and powder free)
  • Eye protection
  • Hand sanitiser gel

Cornwall Council Deputy Director of Public Health, Rachel Wigglesworth, said: “I can’t stress enough how important it is that we make sure everyone who needs PPE receives it and makes proper use of it.

“We want to minimise the spread of coronavirus and providing key workers with the protective equipment they need is an important part of that effort.

“We know that there are issues across the country with the supply of PPE, so we’re calling on businesses here in Cornwall that may have unused stock to get in touch and let us know, so we can get it to the people who need it most.”

 Businesses or organisations that can provide PPE are asked to email the council at Please get in touch via this email address and do not drop any supplies off at County Hall, or any other council building.

Posted on 30 March, 2020.


Categories: Councils, Politics

Street lights on in daylight hours ie 5pm, 30th March

Top end of high lanes and also top end of Humphrey Davy Lane
Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 69 High Lanes, Hayle
Report on FixMyStreet
Categories: FixMyStreet

Street lights on in daylight hours ie 5pm, 30th March

Top end of high lanes and also top end of Humphrey Davy Lane
Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 69 High Lanes, Hayle
Report on FixMyStreet
Categories: FixMyStreet

Cornwall Council reaches landmark in Langarth Garden Village project

Cornwall Council - Latest News - Mon, 30/03/2020 - 14:41

Cornwall Council has acquired around 120 acres of land at Langarth - marking a major milestone in delivering the ambitious Garden Village project.

The transfer of land brings the council a step closer to its goal of providing a new community with local character, strong services and integrated and accessible transport and green spaces.

Plans for providing up to 3,500 homes, key infrastructure such as a new primary school, and the extension to the Truro Park and Ride and the new Northern Access Road (NAR) can now move ahead.

The council can also begin the process of transferring the land to its Stadium for Cornwall partners, delivering a vital next step in this long-awaited project.

35% of the new homes at Langarth will be affordable, with homes for older people and those with special requirements.  There will also be homes for key workers, students, and good quality council-owned market rented homes.

A major new transport link in Truro, the NAR (Northern Access Road) will connect all the developments on the Langarth site and provide a route from the Garden village to the Royal Cornwall Hospital at Treliske avoiding the A390.

It will also prioritise cycling and walking along its entire length. The council will ensure that public transport is provided at the earliest possible stage.

The council is also working with Cormac, the master planning team and other partners to create an effective transport strategy which provides better cycle, bus and walking connections to provide a realistic and practical alternative to car use for accessing the city centre and other services.

This includes cycleways and paths that allow easy access to everywhere people want to go, as well as cycle parking and storage, cycle training programmes, car clubs and an extension to the park and ride site.

An application for outline planning permission for the Langarth scheme, which includes the construction of the NAR, is due to be submitted in early summer.

Subject to all the necessary approvals and consents being secured, work is anticipated to start on constructing the new road during 2021 and be completed by Spring 2024.


Posted on March 30, 2020

Categories: Councils, Politics
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