Ludgvan parish’s Neighbourhood Plan will be put to the vote on Thursday 15 July.
Poll cards have been sent out already (if you have not received yours, then contact Cornwall Council’s elections office to check if you need to register to vote).
The Neighbourhood Plan document is available to read online –
click here to view the Neighbourhood Plan, referendum version.
For an overview of the referendum process,
Twice-weekly testing for covid is one of the measures that will help to protect against the spread of coronavirus in the community.
If you are working, going to school or college, or generally getting out and about and meeting other people, then testing twice a week will help to protect you and your friends, family and colleagues.
Lateral flow tests are free. They can be collected from pharmacies or delivered directly to you by post. More information from the NHS – see this link:
As the elections for Ludgvan Parish Council are uncontested, they are included in the results of uncontested elections, at this link:
Cornwall Council elections – there are three electoral divisions which each have areas within the Ludgvan parish area. Links to the notice of poll for each are set out below:
Click here for the link to Cornwall Council’s interactive map, to find out which electoral division applies to your area:
Cornwall Council Interactive Map
Police and Crime Commissioner election, notice of poll – available at this link:
STATEMENT OF PERSONS NOMINATED AND NOTICE OF POLL (exeter.gov.uk)
Have you completed the 2021 Census?
Do you need help and assistance with completing it?
It is not too late to complete your Census and do your bit to contribute to the future.
John Floyd, the Census Engagement Manager for West Cornwall will be available to help you complete your Census in a safe environment of your garden. He will even bring his own chair and respect social distancing. If you still have your Census letter please have this with you.
You can contact John direct on 07542 939013 or email@example.com and he will try to arrange a visit at a time convenient for all.
For full information on persons nominated to the parish, Cornwall Council and Police Crime Commission elections on 6 May 2021, see full details on this website
,. at this link
All seats on Ludgvan Parish Council are up for re-election on 6 May 2021. If you want to help make a difference to your local community, then why not stand for election?
Election packs can be downloaded from the Electoral Commission website – there is more information on the Cornwall Council website,
at this link.
There is more information about becoming a councillor –
see this link.
For more information or to discuss further, contact the clerk: firstname.lastname@example.org or tel 07928 813 653
Links used on this page:
Information from Cornwall Council:
Please be aware that these timetables are subject to change and the most up to date timetable and information can be found by visiting the Library Mobile webpage at:
Please note some changes to stop times
The mobile library is currently open for a
Click and Collect Service or Staff Selection from the van.
To order books please go to
www.cornwall.gov.uk/library and select “Mobile Library” as your delivery place. You can also access e-Books, Audio Books, Newspapers and Magazines for FREE on the library website
for information on the proposed route out of lockdown, see more detail on the roadmap out of lockdown page: