The parish council has been concerned for a while about the difficulties that are faced by residents with mobility problems who wish to attend council meetings in the committee room that is upstairs in the village hall. At its meeting on 11 May, councillors resolved...
Tregony with Cuby Parish Council
Tregony is a village and parish in mid Cornwall about 8 miles from Truro and a similar distance from St Austell. The River Fal runs through the parish at the bottom of the valley. The main road to the Roseland, the A3078, crosses the Fal at Tregony Bridge at the bottom of Tregony Hill. The village has a population of just under 1000 people.
Tregony’s history dates back to pre-Norman times. It was an important strategic inland port to Roman and Phoenician traders searching for tin, as well as being an embarkation point for travellers on their way to Spain and Brittany.
Adjoining Tregony is Cuby. Until 2021, Cuby was a parish on its own. Within Cuby Parish are the main church of St Cuby’s, Tregony Primary School, and Roseland Academy. On 1 April 2021, Tregony and Cuby parishes merged to form the new parish of Tregony with Cuby.
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