WELCOME to the Mabe Parish website
Please be aware of a change of clerk taking place at the start of 2020. Lisa Clements will be replaced by Tomas Hill. Contact email and phone will remain the same, with just the postal address changing.
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Mabe Parish lies on a granite hillside, overlooking Falmouth Bay and the Carrick Roads, in West Cornwall. We are a friendly, welcoming community of just over 2000 residents, most of whom live in the village of Mabe Burnthouse, which has a thriving village primary school, shop, post office, pub and hairdresser’s. The remainder live in farms and outlying hamlets such as Eathorne, Trevone, Halvasso and Trenoweth.
We are proud to be one of the smallest parishes in the UK to boast two universities – the recently developed Combined Universities’ Campus lies to the east, and houses both Falmouth and Exeter universities.
Mabe is also proud of its industrial heritage and once had several working quarries extracting high quality granite, which was transported far and wide for construction projects such as Waterloo Bridge.
If you would like to contribute to this website, contact Lisa Clements by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Photo credit: © P. M. Bartolomé at www.panoramio.com/photo/3250630
And back again to Antron Way ... the developers have lodged an Appeal to the Planning Inspectorate to overturn the refusal on this one. The Parish Council comments can be found here
|Unfortunately the application for 30 houses behind Coronation Cottages looks to have been given the green light in a planning officer delegated decision. We are extremely disappointed this did not go to committee for decision.|
Parish Boundary & Governance Review: The initial proposals have been now been received. Public meetings are scheduled for 17th Sept (Falmouth Network area) & 1st October (Helston Area). to discuss. have your say by contacting The Governance Review Team on 0300 123 1115 or email CGRs@cornwall.gov.uk
(more under the Parish Priorities menu tag)
All Neighbourhood Plan info now under the menu tag above
All information provided on this website is as accurate and up to date as possible.