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Angarrack Defibrillator

Angarrack Defibrillator cabinet | Angarrack Inn | Steamers Hill | Angarrack 24/7
Chain of Survival
South Western Ambulance Service Foundation Trust covers 10,000 square miles, 20% of mainland England

Angarrack is proud to announce that after the successful fundraising Angarrack now has a defibrillator available 24/7 for public access. It's on the wall outside the Angarrack Inn on the Steamers Hill side of the pub.

You don't need special training to use it as the machine and 999 ambulance service will talk you through what to do (though training will help make you more familar with the machine and CPR compressions)

Chain of Survival

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190802 | Saints Trails to be exhibited

190606 | 24b Renewal of existing dogs on beaches restrictions to come into effect from April/May 2020

24 CLERK’S REPORT/CORRESPONDENCE/CONSULTATIONS/MEETINGS/INCIDENTALS

b) Consultations

a) Correspondence

(i) To consider the correspondence from the Public Protection Department of Cornwall Council seeking views on Public Spaces Protection Orders:
Renewal of existing dogs on beaches restrictions to come into effect from April/May 2020  read more »

190606 | 17.a Railway Timetable, lack of regular stops at Hayle Station

17 TO DISCUSS MATTERS RAISED DURING PUBLIC PARTICIPATION 16 MAY 2019  read more »

Council Corner | August & September 2019

Council Corner       

August & September 2019

New Councillor                                             

In May Councillor Trevor Harding joined the council, representing South Ward. We welcome Trevor to the team and his co-option appointment means that we now have a full complement of members. His and all councillors’ contact details are listed on the council’s website page.  read more »

190606 | 18 Presentation from Neil Farrington of Community Energy Plus (CEP), Regarding Tidal Range Generation

18 TO RECEIVE A PRESENTATION FROM NEIL FARRINGTON OF COMMUNITY ENERGY PLUS (CEP), REGARDING TIDAL RANGE GENERATION

The mayor welcomed Neil Farrington to the meeting and he in turn introduced his colleagues Steve Jermy, of James Fisher Marine (formerly Mojo Marine) and Graeme Hunt, of CEP, who would soon be taking over from Neil’s current role of Project  Development  Officer.  Neil explained that he would soon be leaving CEP altogether but that he would still be working on this project but working in Hayle from the Renewable Energy Hub on North Quay.  read more »

A training session has been arranged for 6pm on Friday 12th July 2019 at the community centre

A training session has been arranged for 6pm on Friday 12th July at the community centre.

This will be the final one.

Space is limited to 12 [due to high demand a few extra places available!] if you would like to book one please click here.

Come along and learn to potentially save someone's life.

 

Harbour Fest Hayle

Harbour Fest Hayle 2018
Hayle Harbour Fest

190606 | Edward Hain was in receipt of subsidies whereas Hayle Day Care Centre is no longer subsidised

The adult day care package at Edward Hain was also discussed at the Network Meeting and concerns were expressed that it is not delivering the remit it was set up for ie providing interim care for elderly people coming out of hospital before returning home but actually acting as a Day Care Centre for St Ives residents. He felt that there was inequality especially as Edward Hain was in receipt of subsidies whereas Hayle Day Care Centre is no longer subsidised. It was confirmed that the St Ives Day Care Centre had closed and that Hayle Day Centre was now providing a full service for St Ives based users, including travel.

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190524 | Future of Hayle library secured by Cornwall Council | Falmouth Packet

Future of Hayle library secured by Cornwall Council - Falmouth Packet - Future of Hayle library secured by Cornwall Council Falmouth Packet

The future of Hayle library and information *service* is safe after a new agreement, which will see Hayle Town Council take ownership.  read more »

2019 Defibrillator update

2019 Defibrillator update

Defibrillators are most effective when placed so they can be accessed as quickly as possible, and ideally within 3 minutes.

With the village having two hills and a long road along the river, that's a challenge with a single defibrillator. So the defibrillator team has been working on getting more defibrillators to cover the village.

They've managed to access enough funding to get three more defibrillators for the village.

Further to last year's meeting, the intent was to have one at the Community Centre, and another near the viaduct on Riverside with the location of the 4th machine to be decided at the meeting. They all need an electrical connection to keep them charged.  read more »

Defibrillator Fridge poster

Here's a handy reminder of the DRAB checks and the information about accessing the defibrillator which you can print and put on your noticeboard or fridge.

If you'd just like to print the image, simple click on it or click here Print reminder

Defibrillator Fridge poster DRAB

Angarrack Flood Plan 2018

Cornwall's Railways (before 1859 and the opening of the Royal Albert Bridge, Saltash | Cornwall Council

Cornish Railways

Last updated: 04/11/2014

Cornwall's Railways (before 1859 and the opening of the Royal Albert Bridge, Saltash

Cornwall played a noteworthy part in the infancy of steam locomotion. In Redruth in 1784 the Scot, William Murdoch, built the first practical vehicle to run under its own steam power, albeit a small model. The great Cornish engineer, Richard Trevithick, built a steam road carriage and ran it successfully in Camborne on Christmas Eve, 1801. He went on to harness the power of steam for rail locomotion, at Penydarren in South Wales in 1803, but it was left to others elsewhere to profit from his achievements.  read more »

Lifesaver Apps - practice your skills

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How to use a defibrillator - Defibrillators are very easy to use

Angarrack Defibrillator cabinet | Angarrack Inn | Steamers Hill | Angarrack 24/7
Chain of Survival
South Western Ambulance Service Foundation Trust covers 10,000 square miles, 20% of mainland England

How to use a defibrillator

Defibrillators are very easy to use. Although they don’t all look the same, they all function in broadly the same way. The machine gives clear spoken instructions. You don't need training to use one.

 

Watch this short film and learn how a defibrillator works.

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Defibrillators - Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Angarrack Defibrillator cabinet | Angarrack Inn | Steamers Hill | Angarrack 24/7
Chain of Survival
South Western Ambulance Service Foundation Trust covers 10,000 square miles, 20% of mainland England

Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

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CPR - Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

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