St Tudy Parish Council

Welcome to the website for St Tudy Parish Council.

There are 10 members on the council, chosen by the people of St. Tudy.  Elections are held every 4 years, except for the chairman and vice-chairman who are elected every year by members of the council.

The Parish Council meets normally on the last Wednesday of the month, in the side room of the Methodist Church, except for the month of December.

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You can report many things to Cornwall Council using one of their forms here


In the centre of the village is the local pub, The St Tudy Inn, the Parish Church, the Bus Shelter which also acts as an informal village notice board and the Clink. The latter often holds coffee mornings for various organisations and is a good place to meet and get to know people. Close by is the War Memorial, remembering the men of St Tudy that died in conflict and a Chestnut Tree with an interesting inscription. The Primary School and Playing Fields are near the village centre; on the edge of the village, in different directions, are the Methodist Chapel and the Village Hall. Next to the Village Hall you will find the St Tudy Community Shop.  The churches offer a warm welcome to everyone wishing to join the local Christian community and the times of services and activities can be found in the Parish Magazine. 

From the Primary School, children at 11+ go on to the senior schools either at Camelford, Bodmin or Wadebridge.

The village contains many old buildings and a number of them in the centre are Grade 2 listed.  St Tudy church is a Grade 1 listed building and dates back to the 12th century, although it was subject to extensive Victorian restorations. Internally there are several interesting artefacts, including some unique slate pictures of the Reskymer family. The site of the church is believed to have been a place of worship since at least Saxon times and the remains of Iron Age rounds within the churchyard, in Jory’s Meadow and elsewhere indicates the area of the village may have been occupied for more than two millennia. A history of the church can be found in the church and a book “The Binding Stone” published by the villagers, although now out of stock, is available to view on the St Tudy History Group website www.sttudyhistorygroup.co.uk. The History Group meets every month to explore village and Cornish History.

The St Tudy Community Shop & Cafe provides a full range of fresh and frozen food with other groceries, along with newspapers, magazines, wines & spirits, stationery, postcards and other goods. It also provides an extensive Post Office and banking service. Led by a village committee, staffed by volunteers, managed by two paid staff it won an award as the best Community Shop in the South West Region in 2016. Do call in to meet us.

New volunteers are always welcome – full training and support provided. Drop by and speak to our managers, Karen Roberts  01208 851866. View the Community Shop Website:   www.sttudyshop.co.uk

St Tudy prides itself on being a friendly and welcoming village; we hope you will find living here both enjoyable and fulfilling.


LOCAL AUTHORITY: Cornwall Council, County Hall, Truro  (0300 1234 100)

Council One Stop Shop, Wadebridge Library, Southern Way, Wadebridge.  PL27 7BX.  (0300 1234 111)

MP: Scott Mann MP, House of Commons, Westminster, London SW1A 0AA

Tel: 01208 74337              Email: scott@scottmann.org.uk

PARISH COUNCIL – The Parish Council meets monthly, except December (which is deferred to the first week of January) and they would be pleased to see you at their meetings.

Clerk Mrs Catherine Snelling at: sttudyparishclerk@gmail.com or  messages on 01208 369407

Parish Council website: www.sttudyparishcouncil.org.uk

POLICE SURGERIES – see notices at the bus shelter in the centre of the village.

REFUSE COLLECTIONS – every Tuesday, including Bank holiday weeks.

RECYCLING – every other Tuesday.  Bags are provided for paper, plastic and tins, cardboard, and a plastic box for glass. 

GARDEN WASTE (subscription service) - alternate Tuesdays.

MOBILE LIBRARY - monthly at the bus shelter, Friday 9.35am.


           Camelford:; The Camelford Medical Practice is situated in the Medical Centre, Churchfield, Camelford,                   next to a free car park. (01840 213894).

Bodmin: Carnewater Practice, Dennison Road, Bodmin. PL31 2LB (01208 269988)

Port Isaac. Port Isaac Surgery, Hillson Close, Port Isaac, PL29 3TR (01208 880222).  This practice also holds surgeries at St Kew.

Wadebridge: Bridge Medical Centre, Harbour Road, Wadebridge PL27 7AH (01208 812342) (Part of the Port Isaac practice)

Prescriptions from the Port Isaac practices can be delivered to the Community Shop, when pre-ordered. 

Wadebridge: Wadebridge & Camel Estuary Practice, Brooklyn, Wadebridge PL27 7BS (01208 812222)


Bodmin Community Hospital  Boundary Road, Bodmin, PL31 2QT offers a number of outpatient services and in-patient beds.  Offers a MINOR INJURIES service (phone to check opening hours)  - 01208 251 300

Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust. Penventinnie Lane, Treliske, Truro TR1 3LQ. Provides acute care and specialist health services including full ACCIDENT & EMERGENCY services

BUS SERVICES – see timetable at the bus shelter or follow this link: Local Bus timetables

VILLAGE WEBSITE: There is a useful village website at: www.sttudy.co.uk



ALLOTMENTS – Bev Wolsey tel. 851967

BELL-RINGING – Mr P Tucker tel. 851119. Every Thursday 7.00pm

CHURCHWARDEN – currently vacant

CLINK- bookings: Eileen Partington - eppartington@aol.com

CLINKERS ART GROUP – Mrs J Brazier tel.851985, every Tuesday 2-4pm

COUNTRY DANCE CLUB – Mrs J Muir tel. 850293. Village Hall fortnightly Mondays 2.15pm September – May

FOOTBALL CLUB – Mrs A Hocking tel.850 309 every Wednesday 6.30pm

FRIENDS OF ST TUDY SCHOOL – Ms P Welch tel.850548

GARDEN PRODUCE ASSOCIATION – Mrs J King tel. 850222 2nd Monday monthly Nov – March 7.30pm ( 3rd Monday in October)

HISTORY GROUP – Carolyn Huxley cahuxley@gmail.com 01208 852089, last Monday of the month

LIBRARY VAN – Chestnut tree 4 weekly Friday 9.35-9.55am

METHODIST CHAPEL – Mrs J Bamford. Tel. 850942

OLD TIME AND MODERN SEQUENCE DANCE CLUB – Alan and Lon Evans tel. 01840 212400 Thursday weekly tuition 7.00pm and dancing 8.00pm

OVER 60s – Mrs L Lamerton tel. 851056. Summer outing May. Supper October

PARISH COUNCIL – clerk email: sttudyparishclerk@gmail.com Last Wednesday monthly 7.00pm


PLAYING FIELD TRUSTEES – Mr D Holborow tel. 850985

PRESCHOOL – Rachel, Manager, tel. 851881 during pre school hours e-mail: st-tudy-preschool.org.uk

SCHOOL – Brigid Howellls tel. 850548 e-mail: tud.head@stbarnabasmat.com

SHORT MAT BOWLS – Val Smith tel. 850035. Tues 7-9pm.

VILLAGE HALL – bookings Mrs S Lawrence tel. 840146

WOMENS INSTITUTE – Mrs J Jasper tel. 850796 7.00pm 3rd Friday

YOGA – Mrs P Metters tel. 851367 7-8.30pm Wednesday evenings, village hall.


LIBRARY VAN – Alternate Wednesdays 2.40-2.55pm Entrance to Holiday Village

PARISH COUNCIL – clerk: michaelstowparish@gmail.com 1st Thursday of each month except Jan at 7.30pm.


1ST ST MABYN SCOUT GROUP – Mondays Beavers 6.00-7.15pm, Tuesdays Cubs 6.00-7.30pm, Wednesdays Scouts 6.30pm-8.00pm. Pat Jamieson tel. 01637 875298

BELL-RINGING – Ms T Rasmussen tel. 841440

CHURCHWARDENS – Mr R Turner tel.851832 Mrs C Grigg tel.841276

FRIENDS OF ST MABYN CHURCH – Mrs E Dudley 841534 estherhdudley@gmail.com

GARDEN CLUB – Mrs G Fooks tel. 841160 2nd Wednesday monthly (exc. Jun-Aug) 7.30pm.

MEMORIAL HALL – Bookings: Ms B McNary tel. 841781

PARISH COUNCIL – Linda Coles tel. 01579 350962 1st Tuesday every month 7.00pm

PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL – Mrs C Grigg tel. 841276

SCHOOL – Ms N Burdock tel. 841307

SNOOKER CLUB – Mr D Masters tel:841110

YOUNG FARMERS CLUB – Ed Harris tel. 01208 880927


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