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Local Services in Porthcurno, St Levan and Land's End

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Gardening services by experienced woman gardener Planting, pruning, clearing, composting, tidying and grass cutting Reasonable rates, references available tel 07766 708 208


Gardening by Mr C Clemens tel 07989 188 559 also painting and decorating services

Yoga Classes in the Land's End Area

Weekly drop-in classes in Sennen and St Just serve the parishes of St Levan and St Buryan, details at nicolleyoga.com.

Art Classes

Group and individual art classes from an experienced and supportive teacher, course details at landsendschoolofart.co.uk.

Mobile Chiropodist

Ross Watson, HCPC Registered Podiatrist / Chiropodist Visiting Practice for Penzance, Porthcurno and west Penwith tel 01736 449 669

St Levan Church

Two services a week: Thurs: Communion 10.00am Sun: Communion 9.30am tel 01736 810216 stlevanchurch.co.uk

St Levan Sports

Annual sports week in early August with events for all, plus the well-known St Levan 10k run
tel 01736 871954

St Levan School

Primary school on School Hill. tel 01736 810486 St Levan School contact by email

Cornwall Council

Responsible for education, transport, planning, waste
tel: 0300 1234 100 contact by email

St Levan Parish Council

Meets second Monday of the month, except not in August
Parish Clerk: 01736 811 020 contact by email

The former local Penwith District Council and five other district councils merged with Cornwall Council on 1 April 2009, meaning planning matters and funding matters are now decided much further away by primarily non-local councillors meeting in the county capital, Truro.

Porthcurno Residents Association

There an active Porthcurno Residents' Association at pkrassoc.org.uk which meets to discuss and act on matters of interest to all Porthcurno local residents including traffic. The PKRA is a full partner in the local Coastal Communities Team for Porthcurno, which is tasked with bringing improvements to the local community by drawing up agreed plans and attracting funding.

Emergency Services

In a real emergency just dial 999 and you will be asked if you want Fire, Police, Ambulance or Coastguard (sea rescue). Dialling 112 will also work just as well.