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The Patient Participation Group of Bottreaux Surgery are looking for new members from the Tintagel area as there are no patients from this area in the group. At present, there are only representatives from the Crackington Haven and Boscastle area.
You can make a difference, have your say and air your opinions!
The next meeting is on the 18th August, 2016 at 7pm. If you are interested, or would like more information on how the group works, contact:-
Janey Comber 01840 230497 or email email@example.com
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Volunteers at the Visitor Centre and members of the Parish Council are pleased to announce that the Guide has been updated and published for 2016. View the guide on this website or call in to the Visitor Centre and pick up your Free copy.
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Below are the figures regarding crimes and incidents for the Camelford patch for the months of December and January up to 20th, that is including the villages round Camelford town, up to Crackington Haven and out to Warbstow and St Teath. Please click on picture to enlarge
The Forcewide figures for the same period show crime down 5.3%, incidents down 0.2% and ASB up by 1.4%
The East Cornwall figures are crime down by 10.7%, incidents down by 3.8% and ASB down by 10.2%
The Launceston Sector (the area covered by Inspector Paul NORLUND including Bude, Camelford and Callington) figures are crime being down by 20.5%, incidents down by 132% and ASB by 27.3%
The Camelford town figures show crime down by 47.1%, incidents down by 19% and ASB down by 100%.
Splitting out any other parishes produces numbers too low to be meaningful.
The difference in “Violence with or without injury” is often a matter of whether or not it is a slight reddening of the skin or bruising, if the two figures are added together then the has been no significant change.
Come along and join in June’s quiz nights!
1st Tuesday of every month is in support of the Camelford mini bus appeal,
3rd Tuesday of every month is in support of The First Responders.
Teams of four, £2 per person, held at The King Arthur’s Arms, Tintagel.
For further details please contact June Jory 01840 770346
Cornwall Council has recently trialled seagull proof sacks in a number of areas. These sacks are for the containment of domestic household refuse which is not put out in bins. Household refuse should be bagged as usual and the seagull proof sack can hold up to the equivalent of 3 black bags of rubbish. Loose rubbish will not be collected. The sacks can help you protect your rubbish from seagulls and other vermin and will help reduce the amount of litter on your street. It is easy to store between collections and has proved to be very effective in seaside areas. Further information can be found at the Cornwall Council website.
The sacks are now available to purchase from Tintagel Parish Council at a cost of £3.50 each.
If you are interested in purchasing a sack, or know a neighbour who has a problem with storage of refuse, please contact the Parish Clerk.