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Wadebridge Town Council would like to advise Parishioners or anyone with an interest in Wadebridge that the Facebook page ‘Love Wadebridge’ is NOT a Wadebridge Town Council Facebook page.  It is NOT endorsed by the Town Council and the Town Council do not monitor the discussions about our town on this page.  If you have any concerns about areas which the Town Council is responsible for or have any general queries about our town please do so via the Town Council Website using the ‘contact us’ form or email the Town Clerk directly on townclerk@wadebridge-tc 

The admin of the Love Wadebridge site is a Town Councillor but that admin role does not mean that any issues/concerns raised via the Love Wadebridge Facebook site will be forwarded to the Town Council.  Any response to items provided by admin on the Love Wadebridge Facebook page is not a Town Council response.  Please contact the Town Council directly as this will address any queries/concerns immediately and may help with any incorrect information.

If you want to talk to the Town Council please talk to us directly please.  The Town Council can’t help if you don’t speak to us directly and we are here to help.


⚠️  Annekas Bridge – AN UPDATE FROM CORMAC  ⚠️

** With a start date of 18th May, our aim would be to complete the refurbishment of the Camel Footbridge by the 23rd July. **

"We are writing to further update you on the refurbishment of the Camel Footbridge. We have been following up the necessary licences, but it has become apparent that they will not be issued before the 18th May. The Regulatory Authorities; the Environment Agency (EA) and Marine Maritime Organisation (MMO), require sufficient time to assess and process the licenses properly and we are unable to commence any works until these permissions are in place. A date of 18th May has therefore been proposed, as the earliest possible start for the project.

Part of the regulatory process for the licence application is a four week consultation period. You may therefore see some notifications being put up around the bridge identifying the upcoming works and inviting feedback from users and interested parties. This will be followed by a review by the regulatory authorities, of any comments raised or actions necessary around obtaining the licences. As a matter of course we remain in regular touch with the various authorities, to gain updates and to ensure they have all the information required.

With a start date of 18th May, our aim would be to complete the refurbishment of the Camel Footbridge by the 23rd July. This would allow the bridge to open in time for the start of school’s summer holiday period. Much of the work is dependent on good weather and this has potential to impact our programme, however we will be working extended hours, including evenings and weekends, in order to complete the project at the earliest possible opportunity.

We appreciate the revised start dates have been inconvenient and difficult to plan around, as well as communicating a changing picture to the people who most use the bridge, and so are grateful for your patience and understanding.

If you have any queries or concerns about this work, please call 0300 1234 222 or email "

** Please note - Wadebridge Town Council have nothing to do with the works on the Annekas Bridge. We also have no control over the dates, timings or the works that are taking place, and the information we are sharing with members of the public is what we have been given **

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The Town Council’s Parks Team will begin works in Egloshayle Cemetery on Tuesday 29 March 2022.

The works will be in the Peter Pan area and will entail removal of the remaining hedge and digging out tree stumps. We will also be installing a new fence and planting hedging as well as laying turf to complete the works.

We understand that visitors to the cemetery may be affected by the works and the team will do their best to complete the works as quickly as possible in order to limit any distress or inconvenience caused.

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Have you heard the exciting news?...there's a new app in town!📱

Wadebridge Town Council has partnered with a new app called 'dscvr' (pronounced 'discover') which showcases all that the town has to offer for both residents and visitors.

Download it to your mobile now for free and explore the best of #Wadebridge📱

The dscvr App connects you to your local town, high street, shopping centre or community. Whether you’re shopping, looking for great places to eat or discovering new experiences to be had, dscvr will show you all of it! The app is already available in many locations across the UK with Cornwall as it’s most recent addition.

Split into three main sections:
🛍️ Shop
🍴 Eat
🚶🏽 Do

Businesses and organisations will be showcased along with offers and events (absolutely free!) thus, increasing engagement, rebuilding confidence and driving footfall.

If your business isn’t already listed on the app, you can see if you’re eligible by emailing the team at 🖥️

**This is funded by the Welcome Back Fund which is funded by the European Regional Development Fund and supported by HM Government and Cornwall Council. *

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📅 Saturday 26 March 2022 - Part of Welcome back to Wadebridge.

🎤 Live music with The Indicatives
📍 Molesworth Street
⏰ 11:00am – 12:00pm & 1:30 – 2:30pm


🎭Bash Street Theatre
📍 Molesworth Street
⏰ 12:00pm – 12:30pm


🎶 Andy Marshall
📍 Molesworth Street
⏰ 3:00pm – 4:00pm

*This is funded by the Welcome Back Fund which is funded by the European Regional Development Fund.*

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