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⚠️ Notice of Tree Works – Friday 21 January 2022

Wadebridge Town Council has been advised that land adjacent to the memorial garden is due to be developed in the near future.

As part of the works, the developer has arranged for several trees to be removed from the development plot on Friday 21 January 2022.

The Town Council is aware that this work will have a noise impact on visitors to the cemetery, especially the memorial garden area, and apologises for this. Unfortunately, the Town Council has not been consulted on the tree work and has only just been made aware of the work timescale.



⚠️ Egloshayle Cemetery - NO WATER ⚠️

Due to frost damage the water is currently off at Egloshayle Cemetery, this is being fixed and will be up and running again tomorrow.

Sorry for any inconvenience caused.

⚠️ Annekas Bridge – CLOSURE ⚠️

Monday 7th February – Friday 1st July 2022.

Cormac are carrying out works on Annekas Bridge to replace bridge cables and fittings, decks and refurbish existing steelwork. The prohibition will be in force 24 hours a day, weekends included, the works are expected to be completed by the 1st July 2022

Please click the following link for a map:




Yesterday saw the Christmas lights get taken down for safe storage until November. ⭐ 🎄

Wadebridge Town Council would like to say a huge thank you to everyone involved and all the hard work put in yesterday:

A special big thank you to the following:

- Davey Electrical Services ltd
- All Volunteers
- John Young at The Granary in Wadebridge (for providing refreshments)
- Swan Hotel Wadebridge (for providing hot drinks)
- Kirstie Madden at Luna Cafe & Kitchen (for providing Brownies)
- WTC Cllr Alison for providing some lovely cake

Without you all of you, our spectacular Christmas lights would not be possible. Also another big thank you and appreciation to Davey Electrical Services ltd team for attending to failures and breakages. 🔨

Lastly, thank you to all residents and visitors to Wadebridge yesterday with your patience with any traffic disruption caused with the lights being taken down. 🚗

It was lovely to see the town lit up again and our community coming together to help make our town shine. ⭐

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As no further restrictions have been put in place by the Government this week, the New Years Eve fireworks will continue as planned.

We're welcoming 2022 with a spectacular fireworks display that will take place on New Years Eve, Friday 31 December.

The fireworks display, which will be launched around midnight from Jubilee Playing Fields (as per previous years) will create a stunning finale to end the year for both visitors and residents of Wadebridge.
We hope it will give the public an opportunity to come out and enjoy the display after another challenging year.

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