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.
For anyone self-isolating within South Hill Parish, a group of dedicated volunteers can help with your needs. Their contact details can be found here. Our heartfelt thanks goes out to those volunteers.
There is also further help available from Volunteer Cornwall. Please click on Coronavirus Awareness for†Flu Friends to get the latest information.
Please all , stay safe. Contact the Parish Council using the Enquiries Page if you need anything or if you have information you would like made available on the Parish Council Website
Councillor Andrew Budd has been doing sterling work getting the insurance and materials in place for us to maintain the footpaths and public rights of way around the Parish. Now that this has been accomplished we will be looking for a group of volunteers to assist the council in making the necessary repairs and improvements. Any volunteers should contact Councillor Budd to register their interest,
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 contact the Parish Council meeting and 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.
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Last updated 21st May 2019