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Launch of ‘Bodmin 2030 And Beyond – A Vision for Bodmin’

Bodmin Town Council was delighted to be able to play its part in the development of a positive and ambitious new ‘Agenda for Bodmin’. A collective of local businesses, community groups and elected representatives unveiled the ‘Bodmin Vision – Bodmin 2030 and Beyond’ at its launch event at St Petroc’s Church on Friday 12 July. Read More

Calling all creative volunteers

Cancer Research UK’s Young Art Cornwall Project is looking for volunteers! Young Art Cornwall is an exciting project open to all schools and colleges in Cornwall. It is a wonderful way to encourage children’s creative talents, an exciting opportunity for aspiring young artists to have their work judged by well-known and respected local artists, exhibited Read More

Cornwall School Games a runaway success!

Bodmin Town Councillors Phil Cooper, Karen Phillips & Debbie Henderson with Sarah Sims (Bodmin’s Community Network Panel liaison Bodmin_CN) were invited, along with several other representatives, to attend the Cornwall School Games on Friday 28 June 2019. School children from all over Cornwall took part in the games hosted by Bodmin College and supported by Cornwall Read More

RIDING & HERITAGE FESTIVAL – 5-7 JULY 2019

With less than a week to go until this year’s Riding & Heritage celebrations visit their website (link below) to find out what is happening on each day over the course of the festival https://bodminrandh.wixsite.com/mysite/2019 On Riding Sunday joins Sustrans Cornwall & Explore By Bike in Priory Park (between 10am & 2pm) for plenty of free Read More

Public consultation event – Contemporary Cornish Living

Cornwall Council will be holding a public consultation event to show the proposals for the proposed development of Phase 2 at Boundary Road  in Bodmin. The event will take place on Wednesday 26th June 2019 at the Council office in Chy Trevail, Bodmin. The consultation is an informal event and will be open from 4.00 Read More

Bodmin Skate Park to be closed

Bodmin Town Council regrets to announce that the existing skate park is to close.   The current ramps are at the end of their useful life and are now beyond economical and safe repair.  This skate park was originally constructed in the early 1990s and whilst ramps have been replaced, it is regrettably time to Read More

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