Cubert Parish COUNCIL

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Cubert Parish lies on the north coast of Cornwall, five miles west of Newquay. The Parish is the northernmost parish of the former district of Carrick.

Cubert is the main village of the Parish but there are several hamlets, the largest being:


With a population of over 1200, Cubert has its own post office stores,  Bakers, seasonal store (at Holywell), fish and chip shop (seasonal), two restaurant as well as three pubs/restaurants within the Parish area.

Cubert village has a primary school and a nursery school, village hall and playing fields.

St.Cubert Parish Church dates from saxon times.

There is a Methodist Church dating from 1848 which followed the first Methodist Chapel of 1765.



The Annual Parish meeting will be held on Wednesday 26th May 2021 at 7.00pm in the Village Hall. This is a chance for all parishioners to raise issues that concern them and debate these with Members of the Parish Council.

Parishioners are welcome to attend. However with current Corona Virus restrictions we will be limited to a maximum of 30 attendees including members of the Parish Council. This limit also applies to Parish Council meetings at present.


COVID 19 (Corona Virus) - Information.

Please click the link below:


Covid 19 (Corona Virus) - Need Help? Need advice? go to the Village Newsletter Online: Click on the Link Below.


Alternatively you can always Call the Clerk on 01637 830947 or email cubertpc@btinternet.com

Cubert Parish Council continues to operate during these unprecedented times.  Parish Council meetings have now resumed!  There were decisions that still need to be made whilst the Parish Council meetings were suspended and a register of these decisions is available on the link below.  If you require further information on any of these decisions, please contact the Clerk.



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