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Angarrack Defibrillator

Angarrack Defibrillator cabinet | Angarrack Inn | Steamers Hill | Angarrack 24/7
Chain of Survival
South Western Ambulance Service Foundation Trust covers 10,000 square miles, 20% of mainland England

Angarrack is proud to announce that after the successful fundraising Angarrack now has a defibrillator available 24/7 for public access. It's on the wall outside the Angarrack Inn on the Steamers Hill side of the pub.

You don't need special training to use it as the machine and 999 ambulance service will talk you through what to do (though training will help make you more familar with the machine and CPR compressions)

Chain of Survival

Chain Of Survival - Pastel (2)  read more »

Planning 2020 | Angarrack

Planning matters in 2020 in Angarrack

PA20/00542 | Proposed House Extension and Alterations, Constructions of New Workshop. | Fairwinds 16 Back Lane Angarrack Hayle C

PA20/00542 PROPOSED Elevation NW
PA20/00542 PROPOSED Elevation NE
PA20/00542 PROPOSED Elevation SW
PA20/00542 PROPOSED Elevation SE

Proposed House Extension and Alterations, Constructions of New Workshop. - Fairwinds 16 Back Lane Angarrack Hayle Cornwall TR27 5JE

Ref. No: PA20/00542 | Received date: Tue 21 Jan 2020 | Status: Pending Consideration | Case Type: Planning Application


 PA20/00542 | Proposed House Extension and Alterations, Constructions of New Workshop. | Fairwinds 16 Back Lane Angarrack Hayle Cornwall TR27 5JE  read more »

190501 | Councillor Capper awarded for service to town and serving on town council for 40 years

 

"It was noted that Councillor Capper had attended the Cornwall Council Awards Ceremony at County Hall on 1 May 2019. He had been recognised for his long service to the town and in particular for serving on the town council for 40 years. He circulated the framed certificate and the tie pin, made of tin from South Crofty Mine, which he had been presented with. Members, once again, offered sincere congratulations and thanked him for his continued enthusiasm."

 

via https://www.hayletowncouncil.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/minutes-2-ma...

1827 | Whit Monday procession “to the heights of the Towans”

There is an account2 of the anniversary of the Hayle Sunday School which took place in June 1827
on Whit Monday (4th). The Hayle children were joined by the Angarrack branch of the school and 600
children went in procession with the two Wesleyan ministers at their head, “to the heights of the
Towans” and reached a natural amphitheatre “carpeted with nature's green”. “Appropriate”
hymns were sung after an address by the Rev. Thomas Martin after which they returned to the
chapel for tea and cakes. They then went to the beach, formed a circle where prayer was offered
and hymns sang and, on the way back, rested for a while at Riviere House and may well have sung
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1954 | Angarrack Wesleyan Sunday School was engaging bands right up to 1954, at least

Angarrack Wesleyan Sunday School was engaging bands right up to 1954, at least. In 1886 they paid Copperhouse Band
£1. 10s. Eleven years later Copperhouse was charging £2.10s. In 1919 they engaged the prodigious
Camborne Town Band for £7.10s. But it must have been a rare luxury for next year it was back to
Copperhouse at £5. So Copperhouse had it until 1928 when St Erth made its first appearance at
the tea treat charging £5.10s. Perhaps fearing price competition they managed to reduce next
year to £4. 14s. 7d! Next year (1933) Hayle came at £5, then Camborne Junior. Marazion Band
came a couple of years and in 1937 they played indoors! Considering the size of the schoolroom
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A Brief History of Flooding in Hayle

A Brief History of Flooding in Hayle

- In 1970 there was flooding in the Commercial Road area from the Angarrack Stream

- In 1971 the War Memorial flooded, presumably from surface water runoff

- In 1974 Foundry Square, Loggan’s Cross, Marsh Lane, Penmare Hotel and Golden Sands Caravan Park flooded from the Angarrack Stream and Loggan’s Mill Leat

- In 1978 Penmare Hotel flooded, from assumed fluvial sources

- In 1979 Foundry Square and Loggan’s Cross area flooded from the Angarrack Stream and Loggan’s Mill Leat

- In 1981 Foundry Square and adjacent residential areas were flooded due to a combined fluvial and tidal event

- In 1983 Marsh Lane flooded due to unauthorised operation of a sluice  read more »

191130 | The A30 at Loggans has been closed in both directions

    A30 closed as air ambulance lands at serious crash - updates

    The A30 at Loggans has been closed in both directions  read more »

191021 | Tyres slashed in Angarrack

A van parked under the viaduct on Riverside, had its tyres slashed. Anyone with any information please contact the Police by

PA19/08727 | Outline planning permission with some matters reserved (access): Construction of up to three dwellings | Land Adj T

Outline planning permission with some matters reserved (access): Construction of up to three dwellings - Land Adj To 17 Back Lane Angarrack Cornwall TR27 5JE

Ref. No: PA19/08727 | Received date: Fri 04 Oct 2019 | Status: Pending Consideration | Case Type: Planning Application

Residential garden land associated with Mellanoweth House


 

 

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PA19/08759 | Submission of details to discharge condition 4 in relation to decision notice PA16/03519 - Hayle Retail Park CEMP

Submission of details to discharge condition 4 in relation to decision notice PA16/03519 - Hayle Retail Park And Marsh Lane Nature Reserve Marsh Lane Hayle TR27 5LX

Ref. No: PA19/08759 | Received date: Mon 07 Oct 2019 | Status: Pending Consideration | Case Type: Planning Application
4 No Development, including site preparation works or engineering operations shall
commence on site, including ground preparation works until a Construction
Environment Management Plan (CEMP) has been submitted to and approved in
writing by the local planning authority and the approved development shall be
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191015 | Hayle Town Council | Cornwall Community Governance Reviews

 

 

 

Council Corner
October and November 2019

Cornwall Council’s Community Governance Review

Following the Boundary Review that occurred last year, Cornwall Council is now part way through a consultation looking at all parish and town boundaries and warding arrangements throughout the county. Hayle Town Council made an initial submission to Cornwall Council, as part of the first phase of the consultation.

Hayle Town Council agreed that it was neither appropriate nor relevant to consider the potential impact of moving houses in or out of its parish in terms of Council Tax, it based its proposals purely on which community the residents of the properties would most identify with.  read more »

Chronology: SW - Angarrack

2003-01-01 South West

[1] Place Angarrack: A three foot torrent of water swept through the village after a storm drain cover was blown off. Three homes and a garden were flooded. ‘Parts of the village have flooded 6 times in the last 25 years but this is definitely the worst’.
[2] Pengersick Castle was flooded to a depth of 2 feet and ancient manuscripts were damaged.
[3] Place Crowlas: In the early hours of New Year’s Day the town was flooded for the eighth time in seven weeks. The excessive frequency of flooding was ascribed to changes in farming practices and the removal of hedgerows.  read more »

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