St Erme Parish Council

Welcome to the St Erme Parish Council website.

St Erme is a rural parish which is located four miles north of the City of Truro and is bounded by St Allen, St Clement, Ladock, St Newlyn East and Probus parishes. The village has an active community and is set in a rural landscape, almost entirely of agricultural use.

Latest News

St Erme Horticultural Society

Published: 8 Apr 19

The St Erme Horticultural Society have issued their '2019 Schedule' for their 90th Show. Please click on the header for further details. Read More...

Consultation - St Erme Neighbourhood Development Plan

Published: 4 Apr 19

Cornwall Council - Consultation on the St Erme Neighbourhood Development Plan. Read More...

Formal Submission of the St Erme Neighbourhood Development Plan

Published: 3 Apr 19

St Erme Neighbourhood Development Plan has passed it's 'Legal Compliance Check' and Cornwall Council will now carry out the statutory 6 week consultation Read More...

Calor Rural Community Fund

Published: 5 Mar 19

What could your community organisation do with £5,000? Read More...

St Erme Annual Parish Meeting

Published: 5 Mar 19

Tuesday 19th March 2019 at the St Erme Community Centre at 7.30pm Read More...

'ThinkB4Upark' Initiative

Published: 8 Feb 19

A 'ThinkB4Upark' Initiative was carried out at St Erme. Read More...

Information Drop-in Event

Published: 21 Nov 18

New development of 1, 2, 3 and 4 bed homes for rent and shared ownership with LiveWest at Trispen Meadows. Tuesday 11th December 2018 at the St Erme Community Centre. 4.00pm to 7.00pm Read More...

Public Meeting

Published: 22 Oct 18

Regarding outline planning permission for 75 dwellings at Trevispen Farm, Trispen. The public meeting will be held on Friday 26th October 2018. Please click on the header for further information Read More...

St Erme Neighbourhood Development Plan Pre-Submission Consutation

Published: 15 Oct 18

The St Erme NDP Pre-Submission consultation runs from 15th October 2018 to 25th November 2018. Read More...


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