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Pordic Twinning Association Honours Hayle

Pordic Twinning Association has placed a weather vane with the Cornish Coat of Arms on the new Town Hall in Pordic. Hayle is twinned with Pordic in Brittany.

Hayle In Bloom  South West Awards 2013

Hayle In Bloom proudly won Gold in the Preece Cup

King George V Memorial Walk nominated for the Michael Mc Gahey Cup for Exceptional Community Effort, plus The West Country TV Cup for an Outstanding Project which was the sluice gate project

Paradise Park was nominated for the Burford Cup for Best Horticultural Display, and won the

Amberol Trophy for Best Business Floral Display.

13 "It's your Neighbourhood  Awards" with developing, thriving & outstanding commendations.

Well Done! to all involved!! Excellent results!

Hayle Heritage Centre grand opening!

(News from 2013)

Harvey’s Foundry Trust is pleased to announce that Hayle will finally have a heritage and cultural centre based at John Harvey House on Foundry Square.  We have been working with Falmouth design company 20/20 and local historians to create a centre that gives residents and visitors a chance to learn about Hayle’s fascinating history.

The centre will be open to the public from Friday the 30th of August. From 10.00am onwards the renowned local storyteller Mark Haradon will be here telling specially written stories about Hayle for us - come along to listen to tales of deadly rivalry and adventure.

On Saturday the 31st at 11.00am you will be able to take a guided tour around Harvey’s Foundry with local historian Kingsley Rickard from the Trevithick Society. And in the afternoon from 1.00pm we are holding a kids craft afternoon  - a chance for children to learn about their local history whilst making a print they can take home.

The centre is free admission and all the activities are free. Places are limited so please contact the Trust to book your space.

The centre has a core exhibition that provides an overview of the history of Hayle and we will have a rolling programme of temporary exhibitions, events, workshops and lectures throughout the year. We will also be running family workshops over the school holidays, so please keep an eye on our website and the local press for information.

We are also looking for volunteers to get involved with the running the centre, so if you have a passion for history and your town please get in contact.

The centre will be open Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday 11am to 4pm throughout September with reduced opening hours during the winter months (as at 29 October 2013 opening hours are: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 10am to 3pm).

For information on how to get involved or book a place on an activity please contact Laura Christon on 01736 757683 or via email on laura@harveysfoundrytrust.org.uk, you can also check out our website at www.hayleheritagecentre.org.uk

 

Hayle Honours Pordic - Our Twinning Partner

After a lot of effort over a long time, the Hayle Twinning Association has managed to get a street named after our twinning partner, Pordic.

Parc Pordic is off Highlanes, not far from the Hayle Community School, and it is a daily reminder of our friends in Brittany.

COMBATTING DOG FOULING IN HAYLE

Hayle Town Council would like to inform members of the public that Police Community Support Officers in Hayle can issue fixed penalty tickets for dog fouling.  It also encourages members of the public to report to Cornwall Council, via its website, people who allow their dogs to foul in Hayle.   The Town Council hopes in the near future to be able to make 'doggie bags’ available for free at various accessible premises in the town, for example at local shops, so that if dog walkers are caught unprepared they can easily make use of this service. 

Watch this page for confirmation regarding the availability of free bags!

UPDATE!

For the rare occasion when you've forgotten to take a bag with you, 'Scoop the Poop' bags are now available for free at the following outlets:

Blewetts of Hayle Toy Shop

The Jolly Bodger

Mr B's - Copperhouse and Foundry

Philps - Foundry Hill and East Quay

Roosters

Trevithick Crescent Shop

Riviere Cafe

Dale@Hayle - Recreation Ground

Nature's Kitchen - Pratts Market

Watch this page for new additions to the list.

 

Safer Cornwall Website

The Town Council has agreed to help promote Devon & Cornwall Police’s community safety surveys to help officers to gauge local issues. There is a new internet based survey process set up through the Safer Cornwall website: - http://safercornwall.co.uk/surveys/. The surveys will help Police and other partners understand and address local concerns. It is hoped that local residents will spare a few minutes to complete the survey.

 

 

Discover Hayle Map

Following discussions with local businesses about the Discover Hayle Map, Hayle Town Council has decided to give the maps to businesses and local organisations for free distribution to their customers if they so wish. However, the Council is offering a sponsorship package for £45.00 inclusive of VAT which includes the following:

  • Full webpage presence and banner advert on the Discover Hayle Map website www.haylemap.org
  • Inclusion in local press articles (such as this!)
  • A free dispenser to display the maps
  • Two flat copies of the map for you to laminate or frame for display as you wish
  • Inclusion in a list of sponsors on the Hayle Town Council notice boards.

We are grateful for the continued support of sponsors;- West Cornwall Local Action Group Grant, Cornwall Council - Sustainability Department, Cornwall Council – Transport Department, National Trust, Hayle Area Partnership, Co-operative Membership Community Fund, Western Greyhound, Riviere Sands Holiday Park, South West Water, St Ives Bay Holiday Park, Truthwall Farm, Star Inn- St Erth, Four Way Print Ltd, Coast2Coast Karting, and Treglisson Touring Park.

If you are interested in the sponsorship package please contact Caroline or Karen at the Town Council office.

Potential New School and Community Sports Facility

Hayle Town Council and Hayle Community School are investigating the possibility of building a new indoor sports facility, located on the School site, should funding be available.

The School is taking the lead on the Project, supported by the Town Council and needs to establish potential levels of support and usage, to build a Business Case and subsequently apply to funders.  It is envisaged that the Scheme would cost between £2.2M and £2.5M to build and could include the following:

  • A 4 court sports hall suitable for a wide range of sporting use
  • A state of the art gym
  • A dance studio
  • Reception/social area
  • Separate entrances and changing facilities for school and public usage

There would also be dedicated car parking provided.

 

Initial meetings have been held with Cornwall Council, Carrick Community Leisure (Cornwall Council's Leisure operator), Cornwall Sports Partnership and George Eustice MP and the need for the facility has been clearly established.


Hayle Harbour Traffic Management

Following complaints from harbour users regarding unregulated parking on East Quay, which is restricting access to vessels and that of delivery vehicles, the Harbour Authority has taken the decision to bring in

a local parking enforcement company Llawnroc to manage the problem.

Local businesses situated on the quay and harbour users will be issued with parking and visitor permits

by the Harbour Authority;  any vehicle not displaying a permit will be issued with a parking notice.


20 mph Zone

Hayle Harbour, North Quay, King George V Memorial Walk

For Further Information Click Here


2012 Discover Hayle Maps

Revised and updated 2012 Discover Hayle Maps available now from

Hayle Town Council, Hayle Community Centre , 58 Queensway,Hayle,

TR27 4NX, 01736 755005

townclerk@hayletowncouncil.net


Find a Walk Near You

walkers are welcome logoWalkers are Welcome and Walk4Life invite you to find some great walks near where you live.

Go to our Town Walks page to find out more.


CCTV Returns to Operational Status

Following a demand from Cornwall Council for very high charges to keep west Cornwall's CCTV operational, most of the towns involved decided to pull out. Thanks to an initiative of Hayle Town Council, the towns were brought together and a new funding model agreed to.

After a period with the CCTV system unmonitored, we are pleased to announce that we are back to operational status. As before, Remploy has the contract to supply the monitoring staff and they are already trained to use the Police radio system.

There is a plan for an Emergency Services Hub in the near future and the CCTV system will be monitored there when it is up and running. In the meantime the cooperation among the towns will enable the CCTV system to continue to protect our citizens.

The towns currently part of the agreement are: Hayle, St. Ives, Camborne, Redruth and Helston. It is hoped that Penzance will join soon.