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  • Key: TVH = Trewidland Village Hall SKC = St. Keyne Church DMH = Dobwalls Memorial Hall DUC = Dobwalls United Church

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    St. Keyne Service SKC 9.30am Dobwalls Service DUC 9.30am office 01579 347411 Short Mat bowls DMH 7.3010pm 01579 320786

    Messy Church at DUC 4 -6pm 1

    st Sunday of the Month

    01579 326185



    Karate DMH 6.30 8.30pm 01208 873673 Dog Training TVH 6-7pm 01503 240 621 Toddler Group 01579 326185 DUC1-3pm

    DIG [gardening club] DUC 1

    st Mon. 01579 320983

    Ladies Group DUC 2

    nd Mon.

    01579 320980



    Funfit Exercise class DMH 10-11am. 07850 473428 Girls Brigade [Term Time] DUC 6.30pm [5-8yrs] 8pm [8+yrs] 01579 320233 Dog Training 6-7pm DMH Cats Eyes Morris Dancers 8-10pm DMH 01752 823693


    Fun & Social Ceroc Dance Club DMH 07984 470281 Sheilas School of Dancing 4.30-6.30pm DMH Pilates - starting September 01579 321 371

    Parish Council DUC/TVH 7.00pm 3

    rd Wednesday 01579




    Zumba now Power Hoop DMH 6-7pm 07850 473428 Short Mat Bowls DMH 7.3010 01579 320786 Ju Jitsu TVH 7pm 01503 240421 Slimming World DUC 5.30 & 7.30 07807 289801 Quiz Night Highwayman Pub 8.30pm

    Duloe WI Jubilee Hall Duloe, 7.30, 1

    st Thursday

    The Luncheon Club DMH 3

    rd Thursday 12 for 12.30

    01579 321311 Christine Seaman


    50+ Keep Fit DMH 1011am 07850 473428 Coffee Morning DMH 11am -1pm 01579 321311 Clubbercise 7.30-8.30pm DMH (except 2


    week in month when 8.15-9.15pm 07525 432144

    Knit & Natter DUC 2pm Alternate Fridays 01579 320007 Get together Cornwall. DMH 6-7.30pm 01579 326683


    Coffee Morning TVH 10.30 3

    rd Saturday

    Lunches DUC 12-1.30pm 2nd Saturday June Nov. Bingo DMH 7.30 3

    rd Saturday

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    The Villager December 2016 - February 2017

    Dobwalls and Trewidland Parish Council

    Would you like to have a say in the shape of

    the future for our Parish? Would you like to

    be involved? Come and see what a

    Neighbourhood Development Plan can do

    Final MEETING 5th


    at Dobwalls Church 7.00pm

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    Welcome to the Winter 2016/17 Parish Magazine

    Members of Dobwalls & Trewidland Parish Council June 2016

    Councillor telephone /email contacts Major roles

    Peter Scott (Dobwalls) 01579 320128

    Chair of the Parish Council

    John Dunn (Dobwalls) 01579 320733

    Vice chair/ Footpaths and grass cutting

    Davina Finch (Dobwalls)

    01579 326661 Police liaison

    Hugh Francis (Trewidland ) 01503 240204

    Parish magazine

    Tracey Kitto (Dobwalls) 07854 278789

    Liskeard and Looe Community Network Liaison

    Mhairi Mackie (Trewidland) 01503 240565

    Parish magazine

    Dell Mills (Dobwalls) 01579 320346

    Marie Morford (Dobwalls) 01579 320349

    Parish Council meetings, all starting at 7.00pm will be held on:

    December 14th at Dobwalls Church Hall January 18th at Trewidland Village Hall

    February 15th at Dobwalls Church Hall Members of the public are welcome to attend any council meeting and can speak to the council about an agenda item by giving the Clerk notice of their intention to do so prior to the meeting starting. Time for those wishing to speak will be allotted either at the start of the meeting or during the meeting at the Chairs discretion. Other items can be brought up under public participation which is usually towards the beginning of the meeting.

    Disclaimer: The Villager is published by Dobwalls and Trewidland Parish Council to

    provide information for parishioners. Any views and opinions presented in the

    magazine are solely those of the Author/s and do not necessarily represent those of the

    Parish Council

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    A Neighbourhood Development Plan for Dobwalls and Trewidland?

    It is clearly essential to have local individuals from both the Dobwalls and

    Trewidland wards of the parish who are able to commit to being involved

    in the development of the NP if it is to go ahead. We recognised that

    Parish councillors, on their own, are not in a position to undertake the

    work without a broader Steering Group for the project being formed.

    What happens next? If you feel that you would like to help but cant attend the meeting or want further information, then please contact the Parish Clerk, Mrs Linda Coles, The Firs, Lower Metherell, Callington, Cornwall PL17 8BJ ,Tel 01579 350962, email

    Decision Time final


    Plan meeting



    Come along and get


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    Reporting problems and raising issues If you have an issue that you feel the Parish Council should know about, please let us know.

    General problems may be reported to Dobwalls and Trewidland Parish Clerk, Linda Coles by email to: or by post to: Mrs. Linda Coles, The Firs, Lower Metherell, Callington, Cornwall PL17 8BJ by Telephone: 01579 350962 Parish Councillors will be pleased to give you advice on any matters relating to their area of the parish or responsibilities.

    Cornwall Councillors

    Cornwall Councillors responsible for the Dobwalls and Trewidland Parish are:

    Liskeard West and Dobwalls ward Clr. Michael George 07972 359480

    Trewidland - Menheniot ward Clr Phil Seeva 01579 340225

    Note on the September 2016 edition of the Villager A query was raised by a Trewidland resident about the Annual Parish Meeting report in the September Villager, in relation to the item from Stephen Huggett on the Trewidland Community Group.

    The Parish Council would like to make it clear that the responsibility for the management of the Trewidland Renewable Energy Fund still sits with Dobwalls and Trewidland Parish Council.

    Please let us know if your organisation has special

    events coming up in the Spring months (March - May

    2017) or if you regular dates have changed!

    contact Linda Feek or Mhairi Mackie before the next

    publication deadline of


    February 2017

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    December Duloe WI: Christmas Craft evening

    Trewidland School Christmas Fayre Liskeard Lights Up Parade Bingo in aid of Dobwalls Junior Football Club DMH. Eyes down 7.30 Dig Gardening club: Christmas Dinner Christingle DUC 6pm Dobwalls School Christmas Fair 2.30 Trewidland School Christmas Play (School Hall) Dobwalls Ladies: Carol evening with soloists Luncheon Club Christmas meal. DMH Book on 01579 321311

    Trewidland School: Last day of term and Christmas Jumper Day Trewidland Coffee Morning TVH Family Christmas Social, Christmas Mini Quiz TVH Carols on the Corner : Trewidland Shop 6.30pm

    January No messy Church DIG: No meeting Trewidland School : Start of Spring Term Duloe WI: New Years meal Messy Church 4-6pm Dobwalls Ladies: Yvonne Toms talk about Joyce Grenfell Luncheon Club DMH Trewidland Coffee Morning (TVH) Bingo in aid of junior Football Club. Eyes Down 7.30

    February Duloe WI: Making Gouda Cheese DIG Gardening club: AGM Dobwalls Ladies: Philip Northcott: Butchery demonstration Luncheon Club DMH Trewidland Coffee Morning TVH Young Farmers dung sale Car Park next to

    Highwayman 9 11.30am

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    Liskeard and Looe Community Network Panel Councillors Hugh Francis and Tracy Kitto attended the meeting 22nd September at St Keyne Village Hall. These meetings are also open to local people.

    Speed dating ! Information sessions were held on:

    a) Commissioning Care services Praise for the extra care facility in the old

    Passmore Edwards Hospital building. Also explained why Hendra Park has a

    change of use.

    b) Leader Project - EU funding and how it can be used almost entirely Capital


    c) Young People Cornwall Cornwall council has awarded the Learning

    Partnership for Cornwall and IOS funding to support work with youth groups

    collectively known as Your Way under the headings :

    Community Development

    Information and support


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