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WELCOME TO THE WEBSITE OF MYLOR PARISH COUNCIL

Mylor Parish is made up of the two villages of Flushing and Mylor Bridge, plus several small hamlets. The Register of Electors records a population of 2,548 inhabitants. It is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with farming, fishing, tourism and water based activities all playing an important role in the local economy.

The rural nature of the landscape is boarded to the east by the beautiful Fal estuary and creeks, extensively used for recreational and commercial use. The parish has 4 boatyards and 3 sailing/yacht clubs. The magnificent estates and parklands of Enys, Carclew and Trefusis are a feature of the parish landscape and historical past. 

Mylor Parish is a popular place to live with a wide range of activities for all ages. We have excellent amenities  and  village schools, all of which cater for day to day living. 

The Parish Council has recently changed its meeting dates to the last Monday of the month, with Planning Meetings being held on the second Tuesday of the month. Please note there is no meeting in August or December

The next meeting is on Monday 29th July 2019 in the Ord-Statter Pavilion, at 7pm. Everyone is welcome to stay for the entire meeting, but the public participation will finish at 7.30 at the latest

For more information, please contact the Clerk; Ms Melissa Kelly, 96 Gweal Pawl, Redruth. TR15 3DW, telephone 07541768102 or mylorparishclerk@outlook.com

If you would like to get involved with the Neighbourhood Development Plan currently being prepared for the Parish of Mylor, please go to the dedicated website at https://mylorflushingplan.uk/ for further information.

Climate Emergency
Climate Emergency
Please see the News on the top right of the page for details about the climate emergency
Parish Map
Parish Map
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Oyster boats laid up ashore
Oyster boats laid up ashore
Dementia Action Alliance
Dementia Action Alliance
Mylor Parish Council is pleased to support the Falmouth Dementia Action Alliance.
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