Welcome to the Carn Brea Parish Council website

Follow this link to read our Coronavirus Updates. Updated 15th July.

The Parish of Carn Brea, also know as the electoral area of Illogan South, lies between Redruth Town and Camborne Town and is made up by the areas of Pool, East Hill, Illogan Highway, West Tolgus, Barncoose, Carn Brea Village, Piece, Carnkie, Tregajorran, Treskillard, Four Lanes and Pencoys and part of Brea.

Job Vacancy

Carn Brea Parish Council seeks a suitable and adaptable individual to work at Treloweth Community Hall, Pool on behalf of the Parish Council in the role of:-
Assistant Clerk/Responsible Financial Officer
This is a full time position (37 hours per week)
Salary £22,627.00 - £24,491.00 based on SCP 13-17
A higher percentage of the job is administration duties, therefore the candidate needs to have experience of working in an office. A job description and person specification are available from our website but the overall responsibilities are:

  • To support the running of Carn Brea Parish Council office administration.
  • The responsibilities of the RFO include advising the Council its financial position and key controls to secure sound financial management.
Carn Brea Parish Council do not accept CV's.
Application packs can be obtained by clicking on the links below or by contacting the Clerk:-
Tel.no: 01209 313014
Email: clerk@carnbreaparishcouncil.gov.uk

 

Closing date for applications is 19th May 2021 

Advert
Job Description
Person Specification 
Guidance Notes
Application Form 
Declaration of Result of Poll
Tolgus Ward 
Nominations for Awards
Carn Brea parish Council would welcome nominations for the following awards:

 

Clarence Coombe Memorial Award
The Council wishes to recognise outstanding achievements, by person or persons who have served Carn Brea Parish.

The Clarence Coombe Memorial Award
is in memory of the late Clarence Coombe, a well-respected Councillor who served Carn Brea Parish for many years.

The award will be presented to a nominee, who lives in Carn Brea Parish and who has given lifelong service, performed a heroic deed, or attained individual achievement through work, study, conquest of illness or disability etc.

Marise Levenson Award
Carn Brea Parish Council wishes to recognise the contribution of young people to the community.

The Marise Levenson Memorial Award is in memory of the late Marise Levenson.

The award will be presented to a young person up to the age of 17 who lives in Carn Brea Parish and who has contributed to the local community through charitable acts, altruistic caring acts or unrecognised achievements etc.

The proposal should be made in writing to the Clerk stating the award nominated for and reasons for the nomination.

All nominations should be received by 31st March

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Climate Change

Carn Brea Parish Council have declared a climate emergency and recognises the need to make changes to their own practises as well as supporting others to make changes which will help to reduce carbon emissions, tackle climate change and protect our environment.

Carn Brea Parish Council are part of the Camborne, Pool, lllogan and Redruth Climate Change Network and have two Councillors who represent our Parish in this group. Our Chair, Cllr. Wills and Cllr. Miles. We look forward to working with other parishes, Cornwall Council and our local community to make positive changes.

Latest News

Approved Road Closure

Published: 15 Feb 21

Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 S.14: Temporary Prohibition of Traffic Read More...

New Contract

Published: 27 Jan 21

The council has published a new contract for hanging baskets for Pool in Bloom. Read More...