MEETINGS

The next planned meeting of the Parish Council will be on Tuesday September 15th. The   agenda can be found here.





CORONAVIRUS

With the new restrictions announced by the government to try and reduce the spread of coronavirus, Mullion Parish Council has decided to close public conveniences and playground equipement in St Mellans Park.  The toilets in Lender Lane and in Nansmellyon Road going  down to Mullion Cove are closed immediately.  St Mellans Park will be open but the play equipment MUST NOT be used.  Appropriate signs are on the equipment. 

This is an anxious time for everybody and while the Parish Council has limited resources available, there are people in the village who have offered assistance to vulnerable people.  A list of these and other information, closures etc can be found on our Coronavirus page.


MULLION PARISH COUNCIL MEETINGS

Mullion ParishCouncil have a duty not to expose the community, or ourselves, to the Coronavirus COVID-19.  Until further notice, Parish Council meetings will be held on an "as needed" basis, but will be advertised in the normal way.

SO PLEASE DO NOT VISIT THE PARISH OFFICE IN THE COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL BUT CONTACT THE CLERK BY TELEPHONE OR EMAIL.  PARISH COUNCILLORS CAN BE CONTACTED IN THE SAME WAY

Click here to see the current list of Parish Councillors and how to contact the Parish Clerk

 

PLANNING

Mullion Parish Council play an important role in influencing planning decisions made by Cornwall Council.  You can also influence these decisions by making comments directly to Cornwall Council or by attending Parish Council meetings where you will have an opportunity

to make comments.  


A new web page PLANNING has been added which will take you directly to the planning applications on the Cornwall Council website.

Click here to see the following types of planning applications:



If you have information you want to share with us or you would like your organisation or business in the directory please contact us with details. 

We reserve the right to decide what we do publish and Mullion Parish Council cannot take responsibility for the content of any external website.

We welcome your comments and questions and you can use the site to communicate with the council through the Clerk, Chairman or any Councillor.