Bus services during resurfacing of B3297

BUS SERVICE UPDATE REGARDING RESURFACING WORKS ON B3297

Please see updated bus service information from First Kernow.

Affected buses:

L1 – 1100, 1300 & 1450 from Redruth. 0946, 1141, 1341 & 1533 from Tesco

L2 – 1005, 1205 & 1435 from Truro. 1045, 1245 & 1525 from Tesco

Bolded time is a school service which should be allowed through the closure

Diversion to follow the same route both directions.

22-24 & 27-28 Jan Helston to Trenear:

L1 will operate via A394 between Helston and Rame then turn off and back through Carnkie and Porkellis to Trenear then on to B3297 and normal route to Redruth.

Unable to serve stops between Helston and Trenear Forge. Trenear Forge will be served on the side road.

L2 will operate via A394 between Helston and Rame then turn off to Sunny Corner and continue to Stithians on normal route.

Unable to serve stops between Helston and Rame Sunny Corner.

29-30 Jan. Ninemaidens to Pencoys:

L1 will operate normal route between Helston and Pencoys then turnoff to the B3280 and New Road through Troon, Beacon and Pengegon to Kerrier Way, Dudnance Lane, Penhallick Road, Whitcross Hill and Loscombe Road to Four Lanes and normal route to Redruth.

31 Jan & 3-4 Feb. Redruth to Four Lanes:

L1 will operate normal route to Four Lanes then turn off at Loscombe Road to Pool then Dudnance Lane and Wilson Way to Barncoose and on to Redruth.

If you have any further queries, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Kind Regards

Carol Bardsley | Surfacing Programmer

Cormac | Surfacing

www.cormacltd.co.uk

Room 12, Cormac Head Office, Higher Trenant Road, Wadebridge, PL27 6TW

B3297 Surface Treatment Works

Cormac Surfacing will be carrying out patching work along the B3297 commencing 22nd January.

The work will be carried out under a phased road closure between the hours of 09:30 – 16:30 with traffic marshals in place throughout to assist road users.

Wendron to Helston – Wednesday 22nd – Thursday 23rd

Trenear to Wendron – Friday 24th – Tuesday 28th

Ninemaidens to Pencoys – Wednesday 29th – Thursday 30th

Redruth to Fourlanes – Friday 31st – Tuesday 4th February

Access will be maintained for emergency vehicles, deliveries & those that reside within the closure. All frontages will have received a hand delivered letter & information boards have been erected on site.

Please accept our apologies for any disruption this may cause, and as always, we will endeavour to keep this to a minimum.

Should you have any concerns or queries, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Kind Regards

Carol Bardsley | Surfacing Programmer

Cormac | Surfacing

www.cormacltd.co.uk

Room 12, Cormac Head Office, Higher Trenant Road, Wadebridge, PL27 6TW

Please see links below which show the diversion routes:-

NOTICE – Resurfacing Work on B3302

NOTICE – RESURFACING WORK TO BE CARRIED OUT ON B3302 COMMENCING 8th JANUARY

Cormac Surfacing will be carrying out patching & resurfacing along the B3302 commencing 8th January.

The work will be carried out under a road closure with traffic marshals in place throughout to assist road users.

While the road closure & diversion route will be set up as per the attached documents, the work is being split into phases as follows:

8th – 10th Jan: – St Erth Praze to A30 bridge – 07:30-17:00

13th – 17th Jan – Foundry Hill Section 1 – 0730-17:00

20th -23rd Jan – Foundry Hill Section 2 – 19:00 – 06:00 (noisiest operations complete by 23:00)

Please accept our apologies for any disruption this may cause, and as always, we will endeavour to keep this to a minimum.

Should you have any concerns or queries, please do not hesitate to contact:

Kind Regards

Carol Bardsley | Surfacing Programmer

Cormac | Surfacing

www.cormacltd.co.uk

Room 12, Cormac Head Office, Higher Trenant Road, Wadebridge, PL27 6TW

Flooding information for residents

It has been an exceptionally wet autumn. September and October were among the wettest on record.  The ground is saturated across the country, rivers are full and this means that it will now take less rain to have a significant impact.

With the recent wet weather and rain further forecasted in the next few days across Cornwall, we would like to remind you of some important contacts in the event of a flood situation occurring in your community.

Please remember that if are part of a volunteer flood group and you activate your Community Emergency Plan or Community Flood Plan, phone CFRS Critical Control on 02031622240 when this is activated, or for advice and guidance before, during or after an emergency.

If life is at risk then please call 999.

Other useful contact numbers can be found below:

  • Environment Agency Flood line for advice- 0345 988 1188
  • Environment Agency incident hotline for 24hr reporting- 0800 80 70 60

You can keep up to date by signing up for EA flood warnings with the following link: https://www.gov.uk/sign-up-for-flood-warnings

Please take care on the roads and remember to not attempt to drive through flood water.

I would be grateful if you could share this information via your social media channels, email contacts and any additional communication channels.

Molly Flynn
Community Flood Resilience Co-ordinator
Cornwall Community Flood Forum
Telephone: 07975711429
Email: Molly.Flynn@cornwallrcc.org.uk
Website: http://www.cornwallcommunityfloodforum.org.uk/

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PUBLIC RIGHTS OF WAY – HOW TO REPORT ISSUES

INFORMATION FOR RESIDENTS
PUBLIC RIGHTS OF WAY – HOW TO REPORT ISSUES

Should you wish to report a problem with any of the many footpaths and Public Rights of Way in the Parish of Crowan, did you know that The Ramblers Association have a reporting tool on their website? Residents can access the reporting tool at the link below.

https://www.ramblers.org.uk/advice/pathwatch-report-path-features-and-problems.aspx