Welcome To Our Website
We are continually populating the site with relevant information and documents – we hope you will find the site informative, useful & engaging.
Find out what the Parish Council does. You can also locate Councillors who represent your Ward. The agendas and minutes of our Council and Committee meetings – including details of planning applications being considered by the Council – are posted on this site
If you need advice for burials, or wish to know how to apply for an allotment, you will find this information easily too.
Contact the Council
Contact the Council by email, phone, post, in person or via a web form. Click the link below for all contact details:
COVID-19 Community Toolkit
Information & Advice For Residents
This pack (produced by Cornwall Council and last updated on 9th April 2020) is to support you and your community during the ongoing COVID-19 situation.
Within it you’ll find a list of key contacts, resources and information in one place, to help you and others in your community to support each other as much as possible during this time.
We know that many established community groups already have great resources, and we hope this toolkit helps more people to offer community support.
Congratulations to Toby Wright, who has been elected uncontested as a Councillor representing the Porthtowan ward. The Council has now filled its vacancies.
JOB VACANCY Maintenance Team Support Worker St Agnes Parish Council, Cornwall Salary Scale Point 7-12 (£11.63ph - £12.73ph) depending on skills and experience Part time 24 hours per week (3 full days), Permanent Local Government Pension Closing date: 10/10/2023...
Bullying & Harrassment Statement
We treat everyone with courtesy and respect and ask for the same in return. We ask that you treat your councillors and council staff courteously without violence, abuse or harassment. Councillors and council staff have the right to carry out their civic duties and work without fear of being attacked or abused. Any behaviour whether that be verbal, physical or in writing, which causes either councillors or council staff to feel uncomfortable, embarrassed, or threatened, is totally unacceptable. The zero-tolerance policy includes abuse, aggression or threats made in person, over the telephone or in written communication, including on social media.
The council considers threatening behaviour to be:
- Attempted or actual aggressive, or physical actions made towards any councillor or member of staff.
- The use of aggressive, or abusive language, (including raising of the voice, swearing, shouting or in writing) which threatens or intimidates councillors or council staff’.