South Hill is a small rural parish in South East Cornwall. It covers an area of 1,301 hectares. The River Lynher, to the west, forms part of the parish boundary. The town of Callington is 5 km to the east.
The main village is Golberdon with smaller settlements at South Hill, Maders, Trevigo, Trewoodloe and Mornick.
Part of the village of Bray Shop is in South Hill Parish. There are several other clusters of houses and individual properties throughout the Parish. Most of the land is farmland.St Sampsonís Church is at South Hill, The Parish Hall, Recreation Field and Allotment Field are in Golberdon. There is a also a football pitch and a childrenís play area.
The next Parish Council meeting will be June 19th, 7.30pm in the Parish Hall at Golberdon. The Agenda for the upcoming meeting and unapproved minutes from the previous meeting will be published during the week beginning June 11th
Change at the top
After 15+ years as Chairman of the Parish Council, which was preceded by 15+ more as vice-chairman, Dennis Hicks has decided to step down from his role at the top table. Dennis has worked tirelessly on behalf of the Parish during his time as Chairman and we would like to thank him for all the work he has done. He remains a Parish Councillor and will continue to support and give his experience to his fellow Councillors and to the new Chairman. The role of Chairman has been taken on by David Skelton, David was voted in unanimously by the Parish Council at the AGM and we wish him well in taking up this position. David has been on the Council since the previous Chairman was in situ and his extensive local knowledge and dedication to the Parish, means that South Hill Parish Council will be in safe hands under his stewardship.
Community Network Highways Scheme
This is a new initiative giving the Caradon Network Area (thatís South Hill + 7 neighbouring parishes) £50,000 to spend on highway improvements of our choosing. It canít be used for routine maintenance which rules out fixing drains and potholes. Proposals with wide public support which benefit more than one parish are more likely to succeed. Stoke Climsland Parish Council has proposed speed warning signs for Bray Shop. Linkinhorne and our parish are supporting the idea which will benefit all three. When you are next out on the road, think about good uses for that money. Let any of your parish Councillors know or email the council: email@example.com, or by using the enquiry form on this website. Others from elsewhere will if you donít!
Community Benefit Fund
The latest instalment of the Community Benefit Fund from the Trefinnick Solar Farm has now been received by the Parish Council. The Council are inviting any residents of the Parish to attend the next Parish Council meeting to put forward their ideas of how these funds could be spent. There are various rules regarding how the funds can be spent:
to use the Community Benefit Payment for charitable, educational, environmental, amenity or other appropriate purposes within the areas of the Community and, wherever possible, to apply the Community Benefit Payment towards the promotion of sustainable energy and uses
not to use the Community Benefit Payment for political, religious, entertainment or hospitality purposes, or for any purpose adverse to the Operator's interest in the scheme
The final decision on how these funds will be allocated lies with the Parish Council.
NAE have published the results of the Phase 2 Drilling at Redmoor. You can access a copy of these results here. There is more information available on the Strategic Minerals website www.strategicminerals.net and the NAE website www.nae.net.au.
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