Parishioners urged to 'log on to Ludgvan' via new website
Residents and visitors are being encouraged to get involved in their community after a parish council launched its first website.
They are being urged to 'log on to Ludgvan' to read internet pages said to be packed with information on the Cornish local council, history of the area and the wider community. Ludgvan councillor Peter Vaughan said the council was proud of the site, which also has details of council members, minutes from meetings and a list of current planning applications in the parish.
"All in all, therefore, an active website which contains a lot of useful information – plus, if you want a visual treat, go to banner heading 'visitors' and then the drop-down heading 'gallery'," he said.
"This brings up a selection of iconic photographs, all taken from within the parish."
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The website also has space for three directories – business and commercial, community groups and health and education. To get involved, go to www.ludgvan.org.uk and use the contact heading to send parish clerk Eddy Edwards information and contact details for your group.
He can also be contacted by post at 12 Carnsew Meadow, Hayle, TR27 4JW or by calling 01736 751790.