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Padstow during lockdown

07 May

Wednesday 6th May 2020 Driving into Padstow this week past the empty car parks and closed businesses, it felt like a Sunday in late January except the weather was warm and the trees and flowers in full bloom   ….  and it has been like this for 6 weeks! There is some gentle activity – a […]

Goodbye to W

25 Feb

Teri Walter is closing her furniture and homeware shop in Lanadwell Street , Padstow after 20 years in the town. A truly independent shop,  we will miss seeing her beautifully decorated windows and wish her all the best in her retirement.

Station House

18 Oct

Station House is the home of Padstow Town Council and has been under going a complete refurbishment over the last year. During that time the Council has been operating from the Trecerus Industrial Estate. Now officially opened, by Mayor Richard Higman, Station House is now up and running. It has been sympathetically converted to house […]

Padstow News

25 Jul
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2015 The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall  visited Padstow on Monday 20th July 2015 amongst great secrecy. They arrived on a rather damp morning to be greeted by Alec Rickard, Kathy Pemberton, Rob Atkinson and Ann Kerridge who then guided them to meet various organisations such as Shelter and the Padstow Lifeboat. As the Cornwall […]

Smooth surfaces.

19 Feb

Come to Padstow this spring and you will notice that the roads in the town have had an overhaul and new tarmac has been put down. The process took 16 days and covered 6250 metres of road and used 792 tonnes of tarmac – so now you know! It looks so much better and the […]

Camel safety patrols

07 May

New safety patrols of the River Camel Estuary are due to start in May following the tragedy last year when 2 people died. A new harbour patrol officer is being appointed by PHC to ensure that by-laws are adhered to, safety measures are carried out and also to educate people using craft. The new officer […]

Car Park Improvements

31 Oct

Many people who use the Railway car park in Padstow (by Rick Stein’s fish and chip shop) have found that the parking spaces are modest in size. In fact if you drive anything much bigger than a Smart car you can struggle to get the doors open when parked so you will be pleased to […]