The picturesque village of Mithian is said to be one of the oldest villages in Cornwall. Many of the houses are three to four hundred years old and built of cob (clay reinforced with straw and horse hair). The Miners Arms pub is reputed to have been built in 1577 and said to be haunted. It was also originally on the branch railway line from Chacewater to Newquay which was closed in 1963.
News from Mithian
Thank you to all those who gave their time to vote in the Referendum on 8th August - It's a YES! Declaration of Result of Poll - St Agnes NPR
Please click the link below for the latest information regarding the St Agnes NDP NDP Consultation Press Release Full hard copy available to view at St Agnes Library – opening times available here. Online copy available here.
Co-option poster Mithian 2018
Notice of Vacancy Mithian Ward - Louise Hillier Following the resignation of Louise Hillier the Parish Council now has a vacancy for a Councillor to represent the Mithian ward. All details are on the Notice of Vacancy document. …
The 2017 Village Fete was held in the field behind the Miners Arms on 23rd. July. The weather was unhelpful during setting up, but once the event got going, the sun shone and everyone thoroughly enjoyed the afternoon. Many thanks to all who helped to make the fete so...
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