Resurfacing work on the B3302 commencing Monday 16th September 2019

Cormac Surfacing will be carrying out resurfacing work on the B3302 commencing Monday 16th September.

The work will be carried out under a daytime road closure which will be carried out in phases.

Phase 1: Commencing Monday 16th September – White Horse to Leedstown – Approximately 2 days to complete.

Phase 2: Commencing Wednesday 18th September – Leedstown – Approximately 5 days to complete

Affected residents will have received a letter to notify them of the impending work.

Traffic marshals will be on site to assist road users.

Cormac appreciate that this will cause a great deal of disruption and will endeavour to keep this to a minimum.

Please see the attached diversion routes.

Recording of your KEYHOLDER DETAIL

For many years the Devon & Cornwall Police have provided a benefit to businesses and individual residents by recording details of their keyholders.

This enables a responsible person to be called out if an incident occurs at the property.

The use of modern technology and computerisation now allows us to enhance the system. This will enable us to improve the service and free up more officers to fight crime.

A keyholder information database and service has been successfully running now for 10 years staffed by personnel dedicated to inputting and maintaining the confidentiality of your details. We will endeavour to reply within 48 hours, acknowledging your email and providing you with your reference number, however during busy periods this may be slightly longer.

See Leaflet produced by Devon & Cornwall Police:

Home Library Service

Do you have problems getting to the library because of a disability, poor health, accident or caring responsibilities?

The Home Library service will deliver books, Large Print books and Talking books to your door – FREE!

For more information phone 0300 1234 111, visit www.cornwall.gov.uk/library or fill in a form at your local library.

Royal Voluntary Service.

Could you lend a hand?
Just a few hours a month is all it takes to make a difference. Why not share your love of books with isolated and lonely older people in your local community by becoming a Home Library Service volunteer.

If you would like to find out more, please get in touch.
Mobile – Text VOLUNTEER TO 60777
Telephone – 01209 705159

Get involved with volunteering. Just visit www.royalvoluntaryservice.org.uk/volunteer to find out more.