St Day Neighbourhood Development Plan

A very successful follow up meeting was held in the Community Centre on Monday 04 September with 20 people present. Some very important steps were taken and it now seems very likely that there is sufficient enthusiasm within the parish to go ahead and start the process of developing an NDP …. but …. there will always be room for more willing volunteers so please contact the Parish Clerk or any of your Parish Councillors if you want to get involved. We would particularly like to hear from people who live in Scorrier, Busveal, Ninnis and other parts of the parish which are out of the centre of St Day.

The next important steps will be to register our intentions with Cornwall Council and apply for the funding which is available and also to develop an initial, short, questionnaire which we would like everyone, young and old, in St Day Parish (including a large part of Scorrier and all of Busveal) to complete. Someone will be knocking on your door very soon with the questionnaire as your answers are needed so that the volunteers can find out exactly what you think the plan should cover and how you would like to see the Parish of St Day develop over the next 15 years. Your ideas and opinions will decide what the plan covers.

Please keep checking on this website, in the quarterly parish newsletter and on notice boards for future updates on our progress.

Affordable Housing Development, Telegraph Hill

Due to the poor recent weather the official opening of the new development has been postponed as the road surface is not quite finished. Hopefully the new residents will still be moving in on Monday 31 July but the opening is now likely to take place in September.

Charity Bike Ride

Charity Bike Ride
Lawrence Dalby, who lives at Forth- an-Eglos in St Day, will be doing a 300 mile charity bike ride from London to Paris in September in aid of the Royal Cornwall Hospitals’ Charity. He aims to start from London on September 9th and park his bike outside the Eiffel Tower in Paris on September 12th (the day of his 50th birthday).
This is a tremendous task to undertake and Lawrence is doing it all to show his gratitude for the way in which the staff at Treliske Hospital cared for his mother during the last few hours of her life two years ago. All money raised will go to benefit the hospital and its staff.
It would be great if St Day could get behind Lawrence and help him to raise as much money as possible so, if you wish to support him and make a donation – no matter how small it will be greatly appreciated – please click on the link below and follow the instructions on his Virgin Money Charity Cycling page.


We all know that parking in St Day can be a real pain at times but getting stroppy with other residents isn’t the way to solve the problem!!
Apparently some people who are unable to park outside their own houses – maybe someone else is already parked there or there are double yellow lines – have suffered abuse when they have parked their cars elsewhere, but legally, in St Day.
We live in a village with very few off-street parking spaces and yet most householders own cars, often more than one. This means that we have to park carefully and be considerate with others, especially those who are unable to park outside their own properties. Getting into a slanging match with someone who has legally parked outside your house is not the answer and could land you in trouble with the police!
Just think, that person who has parked outside your house probably doesn’t want to be there and would much rather be parked outside their own house. They have probably also spent the last 15 minutes trying to find a parking space after a hard day’s work. Please be kind!!