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WI Hall and Playing Field, Council Minutes, New Road and Newspaper clippings, Updated on 22 January 2015

Latest News Home 2004 10 2014

Recycling Collection dates

Both rubbish and recycling are collected on a WEDNESDAY. Rubbish is collected every week; recycling and garden waste (for subscribers) on alternate weeks.

South Petherwin WW1-100 group Remembers.

Sapper Arthur Edward Wonnacott the first from this Parish to die in the First World War.
Royal Engineers Born Dawes House Lane, South Petherwin 1892.
Died France, Festubert, January 1915.

On Sunday 18th January 2015 a short memorial service on behalf of Sapper Arthur Edward Wonnacott, of the Field Company Royal Engineers, was conducted by the Reverend Ann Brown at St Paternus Church. The service concluded with a recording of the Last Post . "It was a simple but touching service. The sound of the last post particularly moving. While the numbers attending were few it was a dignified start to the roll call of the fallen over the next four years". Commented Phil Parsons.

Parish Councillor Vacancies

Due to recent resignations, there are now three vacancies for Parish Councillor. If you are interested in helping the community by becoming a Councillor please contact Alan Brook, Parish Clerk, on 01566 777183 or by email at spparishclerk@icloud.com"      


Two new pages added giving a little nostalgic insight into the South Petherwin Methodist Chapel  WI Hall, original playing field and the main road through the village.

Defibrillator Meeting

On Thursday 11th December starting at 7 p.m. a number of parishioners attended the open Defibrillator Meeting at the village hall.
Martin from Community Heartbeat, gave a presentation on the role of the organization and the reasons for installing a defibrillator in the parish.
All attending supported the installation of a defibrillator and a number agreed to form a Defibrillator
Committee to start raising funds.

Right , above and left the Defibrillator meeting held at the village Hall on Thursday 11th December.