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.

Coronavirus (COVID 19) Information


St Erme Parish Council with the St Erme Emergency Plan Committee are working with Cornwall Council’s Community Link Officer and other volunteer sectors to support our local community.

As we are unable to meet the Parish Council will be holding a virtual meeting to put in place measures for a Continuity Plan and an Emergency Scheme of Delegation to be able to continue its business and focus on this health crisis and to be able to help local individuals and families.

It is heartening that local people have already come together and volunteered to help those in need, these kind people have been added to our existing Community Emergency Plan volunteers.

The Emergency Plan Committee has sent out leaflets to every household on how you can access help if required. A dedicated Facebook page has been set up to keep you up to date on government advice and any services available to you.

Here to Help You - Leaflet

Facebook Page - St Erme Parish Community Emergency Plan

Notice - Closure of Council Parks, Gym and Play Equipment 

At the present time, the Parish Council is putting in place arrangements to work with Cornwall Council’s local Community Link Officer and teams across the authority.

If you know of any local residents who need support, or if there are any local issues related to the COVID-19 response, please let the Parish Council know. If we are unable to help locally we will forward the information through to the Community Link Officer, who will be best placed to organise a response from the relevant team at Cornwall Council and associated partner organisations.

Please contact Sally Trethewey (Clerk to the council) on:

01872 240583 or 07525130663 or email:

The Cornwall Council website is continuing to post daily updates on its website –

Please take care and do not be afraid to ask for help, we are here to help you.

Latest News

St Erme Horticultural Society

Published: 15 Jun 20

The St Erme Horticultural village show due to be held on Saturday 8 August has been cancelled due to safety concerns. Details of the 2021 show will follow. Read More...

Notice -Closure of Council Parks and Equipment

Published: 24 Mar 20

Following government advice the council's parks and Play/Gym areas are now closed. Click on header for more info. Read More...

Annual Parish Meeting

Published: 9 Mar 20

Our Annual Parish meeting will be held on Tuesday 17th March 2020 at the St Erme Community Centre at 7.30pm. CANCELLED Read More...

Notice of Election

Published: 11 Nov 19

Please click on the header to view the Notice of Election for Parliamentary Election for the Truro and Falmouth Constituency Read More...

Results of the St Erme Neighbourhood Plan Referendum

Published: 18 Oct 19

The St Erme Neighbourhood Development Plan has been successful at Referendum. Please click the header to view the results. Read More...

Important Notification

Published: 7 Oct 19

St Erme Parish Neighbourhood Plan Referendum (17th October) - Polling Cards. Read More...

Notice of Poll

Published: 7 Oct 19

Please click on the header to view the 'Notice of Poll' for the St Erme Neighbourhood Plan Referendum being held on Thursday 17th October 2019 Read More...

Notice of Referendum Thursday 17th October 2019

Published: 10 Sep 19

The St Erme NDP will be going to referendum on 17th October 2019. Read More...

St Erme Neighbourhood Development Plan

Published: 12 Aug 19

The St Erme Parish Neighbourhood Development Plan (the NDP) has been successful at Examination. Read More...

Age UK Cornwall

Published: 27 May 19

Age UK Cornwall and The Isles of Scilly’s 'Home Support Service' Read More...

'ThinkB4Upark' Initiative

Published: 8 Feb 19

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

NALC Council of the Year 2010