Altarnun Parish Council meets monthly, on the first Wednesday of every month at 7.30pm. Until May 2021 meetings will be via Zoom as physical meetings are suspended.
Normally, the April, August and December meetings take place in the Reading Room at Bolventor and the remainder of the year all meetings are held in Altarnun Village Hall, Rose Hill. As the voice for the Parish, the Council is keen to hear from parishioners on all matters that may concern them. Public attendance is encouraged at the monthly meetings and public consultations may be held on matters that could be considered contentious.
Councillors either elected or co-opted, volunteer to be part of the democratic framework of the country representing the interests of your community within a broad landscape of national governance. Government is more than ever looking to local communities and our local councils to respond to very local needs and priorities. Both central and local government needs to be more effective in its communication with people and delivery of quality services. For these reasons Altarnun Parish Council members recognise it is important to play their part and have a say. This is no time to sit on the fence or offer views from the side lines. Altarnun Parish Council has active, interested and committed people to get involved and make a difference to the community. Many of the present parish councillors run their own business and make the time to devote to their role, so:
Please come along and support our efforts!