Annual Parish Meeting & Annual Council Meeting 19th May 2021
28 April 2021

Please note both meetings will take place in Altarnun Village Hall 19th May 2021 commencing with the Annual Parish Meeting to be followed by the Annual Council Meeting. There will be a 5 minute interval at the end of the Parish Meeting.

Cornwall Book of Condolence and Donations in Memory of Prince Philip
09 April 2021

Books of Condolence

We have been advised that through the Cornwall Lieutenancy, Cornwall has opened a book of condolence . Messages of condolence can be emailed to lieutenancy@cornwall.gov.uk; the national book of condolence is here www.royal.uk.

Donations

The Royal Family ask that members of the public consider making a donation to a charity instead of leaving floral tributes see https://www.royal.uk/donations

Census 2021
12 March 2021

Census 2021

Census Day takes place on 21 March and Cornwall Council is encouraging everyone who identifies as Cornish to say it on the 2021 census.

You can find out more about the call to action to identify as Cornish here.

The number of people identifying as Cornish will help influence how services are planned and funded in Cornwall, and will also help provide information about how the Cornish are performing as a group across the country.

People in Cornwall and beyond who want to identify as Cornish on the Census will be able to do so by ticking the box marked ‘other’ under the nationality, ethnicity and language questions and then writing or typing in ‘Cornish’.

People will receive a pack and a code from the ONS which will allow them to go on line and complete the census.

Anyone who needs help completing their census form or who has not received a census form by 21 March 2021 should visit www.census.gov.uk/help or ring the Census Contact Centre on 0800 141 2021. Language support is available via the language helpline on 0800 587 2021.

Royal Cornwall Showground to become COVID-19 vaccination site
30 January 2021

A second vaccination centre will open on the Royal Cornwall Showground in continuing to fight against the pandemic.

From Monday (1 February), the vaccination centre at Wadebridge will open to the most vulnerable in Cornwall.

The site opens a week after it was announced that Stithians Showground would become the first large scale vaccination centre in the continued roll-out of the COVID-19 vaccine.

Iain Davidson, clinical lead for the vaccination centres and hospital hub, and chief pharmacist at Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust, said: “This is further good news for Cornwall. The opening of this second vaccination centre will mean we will be able to protect even more people.

“We will continue to vaccinate the most vulnerable based on the priority groups set out by the Joint Committee on Vaccinations and Immunisations (JCVI). People aged 70 and over, and adults of all ages who are the most vulnerable are also due to receive a letter inviting them to book an appointment as they are within the first four priority groups.

“Everyone across health and care, including the emergency services and volunteers, as well as those at the Royal Cornwall Showground, have put in a tremendous amount of effort to enable us to be ready for Monday, and I cannot thank them enough.”

People will receive a letter when it is their turn to have the vaccine. Please do not contact the NHS to ask for a vaccine or show up to the showground without an appointment. 

Anyone attending an appointment at the vaccine centre will be greeted by volunteers who will marshal car parks and register them when they arrive. The centre has been organised to allow for social distancing.

They will receive a health check and a pre-vaccination assessment before the vaccine, and then be observed for 15 minutes afterwards.

Those who require extra support from a carer should have them attend the appointment but is asked this is kept to a maximum of one other person to maintain social distancing. Wheelchairs will be available for anyone who requires them, and disabled parking is available on site.

People attending their appointments should wear loose clothing to provide vaccinators easy access to the arm, and flat shoes.

Please ask someone, wherever possible, to drive you to and from the site. This will allow you to receive your jab and return to your day as quickly as possible, and will mean more people can be vaccinated at the centre.

For more information on the COVID-19 vaccine rollout, visit the dedicated COVID-19 vaccine page.

PLEASE ALSO BE AWARE

There have been a number of reports of criminals attempting, and in some cases succeeding, to steal cash or personal details from people keen to get the vaccine.
The vaccine is only available for free on the NHS, and health service staff will never ask for payment to get it.
In the UK, coronavirus vaccines will only be available via the National Health Services of England, Northern Ireland, Wales and Scotland. You can be contacted by the NHS, your employer, a GP surgery or pharmacy local to you, to receive your vaccine. Remember, the vaccine is free of charge. At no point will you be asked to pay or for any personal and banking details.

-If you receive a call you believe to be fraudulent, hang up. If you are suspicious about an email you have received, forward it to report@phishing.gov.uk. Suspicious text messages should be forwarded to the number 7726 which is free of charge.
-If you believe you are the victim of a fraud, please report this to Action Fraud as soon as possible by calling 0300 123 2040 or visiting www.actionfraud.police.uk
-The NCSC is asking people to report suspect emails to its Suspicious Email Reporting Service simply by forwarding them to report@phishing.gov.uk. All emails forwarded to the service are analysed and if they are found to link to malicious content, it will be taken down or blocked, helping prevent future victims of crime.

Notice of Casual Vacancy to be filled by Co-Option
27 October 2020

Please apply to the clerk - contact details above

Notice of Casual Vacancy to be filled by Co-Option
27 August 2020

Please apply to the clerk.

Notice of Casual Vacancy to be filled by Co-Option
27 July 2020

Please apply to the clerk

Notice of Vacancy in Office of Parish Councillor
13 July 2020

For further information please contact the Clerk.

Notice of Vacancy in Office of Parish Councillor
17 June 2020

Catherine Richards has ceased to be a parish councillor, thus a casual vacancy exists on Altarnun Parish Council. The Retuning Officer of Cornwall Council official notice, of such, is posted in accordance with the Local Government Act 1972. Responses are invited.

Public Access Defibrilator Operating Instructions
04 June 2020

iPublic Access Defibrilator quick reference guide

Notice of Vacancy in Office of Parish Councillor 2019
29 August 2019

Casual Vacancy August 2019