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North Hill Parish Council

Welcome to the website organised and maintained by North Hill Parish Council, we hope you find it useful. The objective of the site is to provide information about the activities of the council and relay information and support available from Cornwall County Council.

Invitation to Tender for Maintenance to Footpaths, Bridleways, Hedges, Play Areas and Churchyard

North Hill Parish Council is inviting tenders for grass cutting within the parish.

The works will comprise maintaining public rights of way within the parish plus regular cutting of St Torney's closed churchyard and playing fields and children's play areas in North Hill and Coads Green. Tenders will be for a three year fixed term and on a fixed price basis, commencing May/June 2021. The closing date for quotations is Monday 15 March 2021. For fuller details contact the Parish Clerk at or 07767 634626.

Foodbank Map

A new interactive map has been launched showing all emergency food support in towns and villages throughout Cornwall.

The new Help with Food map was created in partnership with community organisations and is online now:

Car parking charges in Council run carparks

Cornwall Council will suspend parking charges in all of its car parks from Saturday January16 2021 until the end of the current national lockdown, as part of efforts to further limit the spread of coronavirus and to support residents.

Recent Additions - Linkinhorne Neighbourhood Development Plan

At the next "Zoom" Parish Council meeting on Monday 8 February a draft Neighbourhood Development Plan from Linkinhorne Parish Council will be discussed in response to the email message below:-

In accordance with Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012, Part 5, 14(b), this email from Linkinhorne Parish Council and the Linkinhorne Neighbourhood Development Planning team is to:

· inform you that a pre-submission draft of the NDP has been published for consultation purposes, and

· invite your organisation, which may have interests that are affected by the NDP, to comment on the draft proposals.

The public consultation on the Draft Linkinhorne Neighbourhood Development Plan started on Sunday 29th March 2019 and completed 31st August 2020. However due to a clerical error North Hill Parish Council did not receive the original invitation. Therefore please could I ask that you review our plan and if you have comments these are provided to us by 12th February 2021. Please track the Linkinhorne website for any updates

Please can I ask that your feedback is emailed to by the 12th February 2021. In the subject header of your email please include a reference stating “Response to Linkinhorne NDP consultation”.

All responses received will be considered by the Steering Group and the Linkinhorne Parish Council and used to inform a revised version of the NDP. The revised version of the NDP will then be submitted to Cornwall Council, as the local planning authority for examination by an independent examiner.

The draft NDP additional information is available online at:-

All responses by email In the subject header of your email please include a reference stating “Response to Linkinhorne NDP consultation”.

Emergency notice
Covid 19 - Latest Update (10 Feb 2021)
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Latest Parish News

Speed Monitoring on B3257

Condon's Shop


January 2021
Speed Monitoring on B3257

Between 21 and 28 October 2020, Cormac deployed a portable radar device that detects and records the speed of passing vehicles on the B3257 at Congdon's Shop to evaluate the effectiveness of recently completed traffic calming measures. The report published on 14 December 2020 shows that approximately 79% of all traffic was travelling at less than 40mph.

Superfast Broadband



December 2019
Superfast Broadband

Rural Gigabit Broadband Voucher Scheme (Rural GBVS)

Gigabit-capable broadband connections offer the fastest and most reliable speeds available, and the Government is committed to a vision of a digitally connected Britain.

Homes and businesses in rural areas of the UK may be eligible for funding towards the cost of installing gigabit-capable broadband when part of a group scheme.

Rural premises with broadband speeds of less than 100Mbps can use vouchers worth £1,500 per home and up to £3,500 for each small to medium-sized business (SME) to support the cost of installing new fast and reliable connections.

Superfast Cornwall is encouraging businesses and residents that are beyond any existing superfast broadband rollout plans to apply to this scheme.

John McLeod from Bathpool has offered to co-ordinate the efforts of anyone who wishes to be involved in this scheme, please send your name and email address to 

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