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Staying safe

The Team at Council continue efforts to improve and protect facilities in Lanner.

New play bark has been delivered and spread to protect safety at the Lanner Playing Field.

Cllr Trevor Wearne takes the lead overseeing the playing fields and huge thanks are due to him and all the Councillors that joined in.

Threads of Thought event

Threads of Thought is an inspirational gathering of social enterprises, charities and nonprofits, coming together to network, share ideas, and learn, igniting community action and collaboration.

Focused on how circular textiles can support local communities, this event is for anyone with an interest in fashion and textiles, and anyone involved or interested in community and climate action.

You can expect:

Inspirational Talks: Hear from industry leaders, grassroots community change-makers, and academics on a range of topics from circular fashion to community action.

Networking Opportunities: Build valuable connections with like-minded people that are all striving for change within their respective communities.

Practical Activities: From community workshop demonstrations to a meet the funders event, the day is packed full of activities that will create opportunities for community action.

Action: Be inspired and develop tangiable ideas and opportunities that you can take away and act on. Your time is valuable, and to make best use of it we are creating an event that will bring you genuine value with ideas that you can action directly into the work you do within your community.

New flower planters

You may have noticed that Council have installed more planters this year and hope you enjoy the colourful displays. Huge thanks to Warrier Garden Center for their generous sponsorship without which this might not be possible.

A Team of Councillors, led by Cllr Trevor Wearne, have worked hard to brighten up the parish and we hope you enjoy their efforts. If you have an interest in taking part in Community Gardening projects, please get in touch and we will welcome your support.

Graffiti Vandalism

Looks like graffiti was painted in lots of areas in Lanner this weekend and included Strawberry Fields where new benches have been installed!

If you have any information about who did this, please contact us or inform the police.

Don’t let the minority spoil things for the majority!

Public Consultation EDG1887 A393 Treviskey

Council have been campaigning for several years to improve safety levels on the highway at Treviskey.

Finally, the design for these measures has been finalised and should help to slow traffic as it enters the village.

See the full details on the website: lanner.org.uk and submit your comments to Cornwall Council here: https://www.engagespace.co.uk/cornwall/default.aspx

Council really hope that these measures will be implemented by the end of this year.

 

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