The Tamar Bridge with Brunel's Royal Albert Bridge Brunel's Royal Albert Bridge The Cornish Cross at Saltash Fore Street, Saltash Fore Street, Saltash with views to the Tamar Bridge The Tunnel, Saltash The Waterside, Saltash Statue of Brunel, Waterside, Saltash The River Tamar, Saltash The River Tamar, Saltash Saltmill, Saltash The Tamar Bridges from Saltmill, Saltash Coombe, Saltash Victoria Park, Saltash Crest on Town Hall, Saltash

Meetings

Annual Meeting with Parishioners - Thursday 2nd March 2017 at 6.00pm followed by full Town Council

Planning: Latest applications here

Saltash Neighbourhood Plan - inc.Questionnaires        

Cold Weather Advice including use of Town Council grit bins. Click here.

Local Council Elections
Local Council Elections for both town and Cornwall Council seats will be held on 4th May 2017.  Are you interesting in standing as a candidate? More information here

St Barnabas

Are you concerned about the temporary closure of St Barnabas? Come and sign the petition at the Guildhall.

Read the press release on the Notices page.

Welcome to the Saltash Town Council website

Saltash is a flourishing modern town with historic roots stretching back to the 12th century. Situated on the west bank of the beautiful river Tamar, Saltash acts as a gateway between Cornwall and Devon, whether travelling by road, rail or river. As well as the attractive setting, Saltash can also boast a wide range of excellent facilities whatever your needs, from schools and housing, to industrial estates and transportation links, to beautiful river-side walks and leisure amenities. The perfect place to work, live or just visit.

This website has been developed to provide a wide range of information, whether your reason for browsing is for business, pleasure, or intrigue! We hope that you enjoy your cyber-visit to Saltash and that you are able to come and enjoy our town too.

For the latest information on events in and around Saltash, please see the Events page.

This site is being continually improved and updated to ensure that you have access to all the latest information. Any constructive comments, criticisms or compliments you wish to make are welcome.

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