BUDOCK is one of the oldest Parishes in Cornwall, with origins back in the 12th century (see Historic Boundaries pages for more detail). Budock Parish includes the villages of Budock Water, Treverva and Lamanva, and is situated between the historic town of Falmouth and the Helford River.
Budock’s Community Website is aimed at local people, and those thinking of visiting or moving to the area. You are encouraged to contribute to this website, with news, views and details of events and local groups in the Budock and surrounding area, past, present and the future.
You can contact the Parish Council by means of the contact page. Councillors may also be contacted by telephone, and residents are encouraged to become actively involved with Local Government. This website includes information on Parish Council meetings, agendas, and minutes of past meetings.
Budock Water – Follow the A39 from Truro, towards Falmouth. On the Penryn bypass, pass the large Asda store on your left, and continue to the next roundabout (Hillhead). Turn right for Mawnan Smith & Budock Water, then cross a double mini-roundabout. Turn right up Bickland Hill, opposite the Falmouth Football Club ground. You will reach the village after half a mile.
Treverva & Lamanva – As above, to Hillhead roundabout. Go right for Mawnan Smith & Budock Water, then right again at the mini-roundabout, onto Kergilliack Road. At the end, turn left. Travel for 2.5 miles past Higher Kergilliack and Higher Argal, keeping on the same road at the crossroads, and you will reach Lamanva. Treverva is less than a mile further on.