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Footpaths and Allotments
Saltash Town Council uses and promotes the use of Fair Trade products.
MAURICE HUGGINS ROOM NEW LEASE AVAILABLE
for information click here
HELPFUL LINKS FROM DEVON & CORNWALL POLICE CYBER PROTECT OFFICER
The Metropolitan Police’s ‘Little Book of Cyber Scams’:
- It’s definitely worth printing off to have at hand for specific guidance.
Get Safe Online: https://www.getsafeonline.org/
- A great site which gives advice for individuals, businesses and children on all aspects of internet safety.
Take Five to Stop Fraud: https://takefive-stopfraud.org.uk/
- Advice on financial and banking fraud
The National Cyber Security Centre: https://www.ncsc.gov.uk/
- The NCSC is the governments ‘arm’ of cyber. Lots of information on latest threats, incident management and guidance
Another useful tool is to input your email address into the ‘Have I Been Pwned’ website and the site will advise if your address has been involved in a data breach: https://haveibeenpwned.com/
- Very useful to check this if you are receiving a lot of spam email in your account. If you find that your account has been compromised, change your password immediately.
Reporting fraud and Cyber Crime: www.actionfraud.police.uk
NOTICE OF POLLING DISTRICTS & POLLING PLACES REVIEW can be read here
REPORT ON HOMELESSNESS click here for report
Climate change and carbon neutral Cornwall. Click here for details
SALTASH TOWN COUNCIL
Belle Vue – 8 am to 5 pm all year
Longstone Park – 8 am to 7 pm closed from October to March
Alexandra Square – 8 am to 5 pm
Waterside – Winter opening 8 am to 5 pm
Summer opening 8 am to 7pm
Safe Places are where people with a learning disability and/Autism can go if they need help when out and about.
Please click here for details
Tamar Bridge & Torpoint Ferry Joint Committee
Bridging the Tamar Project
Tamar Bridge & Torpoint Ferry Joint Committee Press Releases:
1. New 'Bridging the Tamar' Visitor and Learning Centre opens to the Public
2. Ferry Returns to Torpoint after major refit completed ahead of schedule.
3. Bridging the Tamar - Win a trip up the towers of the Bridge. More information here
4. Essential Engineering Works. More information here
5. Special Day for new 'Bridging the Tamar' Visitor and Learning Centre here
6. Decision on Parapets here
7. Youth Parliament here
8. Tamar Crossings Christmas and New Year Timetable 2019 here
9. Preparations underway for refit of Torpoint Ferry here
Cornwall Council Adult Education team has a continuing aim to offer Saltash residents opportunities to improve their skills, learn or re-learn English, maths and ICT, and gain qualifications. This could:
- Help with employment
- Help people access promotion and deal with a higher demand on their skills which results
- Help families understand how their children are taught and to support them with homework
- Allow people a feeling of mastery over things which always defeated them, e.g. algebra, fractions, spelling, report-writing
- Give people a good grounding and confidence to go on and try further study at higher levels
We do this through our Link into Learning centre at 6 Fore Street.
Anyone interested may phone 0300 1231 117 or pop in, to arrange a friendly exploration of skills and options, at any time of the year.
For more details, click here
Two useful links to use for Cornwall Council and Highways -
Cornwall Council Information Page: https://www.cornwall.gov.uk/report-it/
Saltash Town Council
Notice of Conclusion of Audit Annual Governance & Accountability Return year ended 31st March 2018
The above document can be found here
Sustainability & Transformation Plan
Cornwall Council has been working with health partners to develop a new five year plan to improve health, wellbeing and the quality of local health care services across Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly and we want to hear what people in the area think.
Outline proposals have been published on the website: www.cornwall.gov.uk/shapethefuture which set out how this will be delivered and explains how people can have their say on the priorities and help shape future services.
The Town Messenger is included in the Saltash Observer newspaper, which is delivered - free of charge - to addresses in the town.
Town Council Priorities
Many thanks to all residents who returned a copy of the priorities form in the last Messenger, or on the town council website. All the returns were analysed, alongside forms completed by young people at saltash.net and those completed by town councillors.
As a result the Town Council produced a provisional list of priorities which it then debated in September 2013. In this discussion the top priority was decided to be ‘Continuing existing town centre improvement projects (free parking, extra signage, hanging baskets etc.)’.
The high priorities were decided as
Continuing to develop a Saltash Neighbourhood Plan (for housing, jobs etc. for the next 20 years)
Providing a ‘vibrant Saltash’ office (paid employee to oversee publicity, co-ordinate festivals, support community groups, town centre management etc). For further investigation and final decision by full council
Promoting appropriate developments to waterside amenities
Providing grants for community groups (Community Chest)
Funding festivals in general
Promoting development of Saltash station building (including additional passenger/community facilities)
Improving play areas
Developing the use of the Maurice Huggins Room within current budget
Attracting additional leisure facilities (suggestions: aquarium/ice rink/skate parks/cinema etc)
The town council is now looking into how these top and high priorities will be funded and taken forward.
Other priorities were graded as ‘medium’, ‘low’ or ‘none’ priorities: we are reviewing all of these to make sure that they are consistent and achievable, and there may be a few changes to the list made by October full council. A full list will be published on the town council website after this final decision.
There was considerable discussion about where toilets should fit within the priorities, but it was decided that at this time the Town Council should not prioritise taking these on from Cornwall Council. Instead the Town Council will continue to lobby Cornwall to ensure that they are kept open and maintained to a proper standard.
Read the final list here.
Definitive Map Modification Order Applications
Saltash Town Council currently has two applications waiting for consideration. The applications can be viewed on the Cornwall Council register of modification order applications here.
Did You Know....
Local Community Groups/Organisations (not businesses) can enter their details on our website. Go to "Community" or "Leisure" sections on home page & click on appropriate category. Submission of entry confirms you agree to the data being held in a database by Saltash Town Council and agree to the data being made available to the public.
Saltash Town Council are working together with Dementia Voice PL12 to make PL12 Dementia Friendly
Highways & Environment West Winter Update:-
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Member of Parliament for South East Cornwall:
Sheryll Murray MP
The Parade, Liskeard, PL14 6AF
Telephone: 01579 344428
Saltash North -
Councillor Sheila Lennox-Boyd
Saltash West -
Councillor Sam Tamlin
Saltash East -
Councillor Derek Holley
Saltash South -
Councillor Hilary Frank
To contact Cornwall Council :
Telephone: 0300 1234 100 - lines are open from 8.30am to 6.00pm Monday to Friday.
There is a Information Desk in Saltash Library open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 9.30am - 5.00pm, Saturday 10.00am - 1.00pm. The library is closed on Wednesday.
Members of the European Parliament:
Molly Scott Cato
194 Cheltenham Road
c/o Cheltenham Liberal Democrats
16 Hewlett Road
Right Honourable Ann Widdecombe