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Angarrack Defibrillator

Angarrack Defibrillator cabinet | Angarrack Inn | Steamers Hill | Angarrack 24/7
Chain of Survival
South Western Ambulance Service Foundation Trust covers 10,000 square miles, 20% of mainland England

Angarrack is proud to announce that after the successful fundraising Angarrack now has a defibrillator available 24/7 for public access. It's on the wall outside the Angarrack Inn on the Steamers Hill side of the pub.

You don't need special training to use it as the machine and 999 ambulance service will talk you through what to do (though training will help make you more familar with the machine and CPR compressions)

Chain of Survival

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Flood Risk PA19/06344 | Construction of proposed industrial building. | Land SE Of Unit 24 Marsh Lane Industrial Estate

Flood Risk Report


Chartered Town Planner
5 Polwithen Road
Penzance
Cornwall TR18 4JS

Tel.: 01736 369874
Email:  HYPERLINK "mailto:jonpender@hotmail.co.uk" jonpender@hotmail.co.uk


LAND S.E. OF UNIT 24, MARSH LANE INDUSTRIAL ESTATE,
HAYLE TR27 5JR

CONSTRUCTION OF AN INDUSTRIAL BUILDING


M S and D Ltd

CORNWALL COUNCIL ref. PA19/06344


FLOOD RISK ASSESSMENT



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PA19/06344 | Construction of proposed industrial building. | Land SE Of Unit 24 Marsh Lane Industrial Estate Hayle Cornwall

PA19/06344 | Construction of proposed industrial building. | Land SE Of Unit 24 Marsh Lane Industrial Estate Hayle Cornwall

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REFUSED: PA19/05847 | Outline planning permission with all matters reserved: Demolition of Existing Agricultural Buildings

PA19/05847 | Outline planning permission with all matters reserved: Demolition of Existing Agricultural Buildings

REFUSED - PA19/05847 | Outline planning permission with all matters reserved: Demolition of Existing Agricultural Buildings  read more »

West Cornwall International Dark Sky Reserve proposal 2019

International Dark Sky Designation

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190712 | Local government Ombudsman rules against Cornwall Council, and in favour of Delabole families, in the long running saga

The video shows how the children cross the A30 by bridge and then walk along Grist Lane to the village of Angarrack before crossing over fields to Gwinear Lane

“More importantly, the Ombudsman has ruled that families should not have to show ‘exceptional circumstances’ with regards to why parents are not able to walk the 3 miles there and back twice a day – and that future appeals panels should take into account only what is ‘reasonably practical’.


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A training session has been arranged for 6pm on Friday 12th July 2019 at the community centre

A training session has been arranged for 6pm on Friday 12th July at the community centre.

This will be the final one.

Space is limited to 12 [due to high demand a few extra places available!] if you would like to book one please click here.

Come along and learn to potentially save someone's life.

 

090715 | 15th a Comma was seen in the village of Angarrack near Hayle

Gatekeeper butterfly (Pyronia tithonus) male
Gatekeeper butterfly (Pyronia tithonus) female, underside
Comma (butterfly), the brush-footed butterfly Polygonia c-album

2009 I was down in late March but no butterflies were seen. In mid June, on the 13th at Portheras there was a Green Hairstreak, the first I have seen here. The 19th saw me again onthe green lane down to Higher Bosistow farm where hundreds of very worn Painted Ladies were found. Back again in the second week of July and a new location was explored at Rinsey, east of Mounts Bay. Again many Painted Ladies were on the wing together with Meadow Browns and Gatekeepers. On the 15th a Comma was seen in the village of Angarrack near Hayle and another was seen later on the site of Wheal Alfred enjoying the numerous Buddleia trees.

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921112 | Fortunate sighting of the largest of all our migrants, a Monarch, at Angarrack on a pub

John also made several individual sightings of the very rare Large Tortoiseshell butterfly near his home at Connor Downs over several years in the late 1990’s through to about 2006, raising hopes that this species may have survived over several generations in west Cornwall, following a probable small immigration of this extinct species. He is also accredited with proving a Painted Lady butterfly can overwinter as an adult butterfly in Cornwall (1997/1998) following a mark & release experiment by him close to his home near Hayle. Finally, his patience was rewarded by a fortunate sighting of the largest of all our migrants, a Monarch, on 12th November, 2002 at Angarrack on a pub roof!

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The Angarrack Stream | Flood Profile for Hayle version 7, April 2018

 

The Angarrack Stream

The Angarrack Stream flows into Copperhouse Pool and is tidal to Phillack. Flood risks are significant in the area around Marsh Lane and Loggans Mill roundabout, where the A30 is particularly vulnerable, and along the built up area between the roundabout and Copperhouse Pool. At times of high flow in the Angarrack Stream the Environment Agency pumps water from the pumping station upstream of Marsh Lane to further downstreamon the Angarrack River.  read more »

1851 | Phillack | Cornwall Online Census Project, transcript of Piece HO107/1916 (Part 9)

1851—Transcript of Piece HO107/1916 (Part 9)

Transcription/Checking Team was Ashley Wheare (Aus) and John Nance (Aus)

Table of Contents—1851

Back to HO107/1916 (Part 8)

Enumeration District 3a

Civil Parish of Phillack, Eccl. District of -  read more »

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