Treverva

Almost certainly originally a single farm with workers’ cottages, Treverva grew into a small village at a road junction. It was once a thriving village of mainly granite workers, a busy place with granite being hauled by horse from quarries to Freeman’s Wharf in Penryn. It which is now a much smaller settlement.

The valley between Treverva and Mabe was flooded to create Argal Reservoir, of which there are magnificent views from the road through the village.

USEFUL INFORMATION FOR NEW RESIDENTS

WELCOME  TO  TREVERVA  and  LAMANVA

We hope you will soon feel settled in, and list below some information about the area that you may find helpful.

Budock Parish

We are in the parish of Budock, and the local parish councillors are:-

Nigel Hennell   01326 340341 and Malcolm Bennett   01326 340633

The parish council is based in Budock Water, and the contact details are:  clerk@budockparish.net

Local GP Surgeries

Constantine Surgery 01326 340666

Penryn Surgery (with a branch in Mawnan Smith)  01326 372502

Other surgeries in Falmouth: Trescobeas Surgery, Westover Surgery and Falmouth Health Centre.

Veterinary Surgeries

Rosemullion Vets, Melvill Road, Falmouth and with a branch in Penryn.  Telephone: 01326 318793 (Falmouth) or 01326 378080 (Penryn).

Pets at Home: 01326 373030.

Refuse and Recycling collections

Refuse is collected every Tuesday, and recycling every other Tuesday of the month. Garden waste is collected on alternate Tuesdays for a small annual payment to Cornwall Council.

Newsletter  Mrs Pauline Cheshire produces a quarterly newsletter and this is delivered to every household. Any articles should be sent to Pauline at pauline.cheshire@btinternet.com.

Treverva Village Hall  We have a very useful hall here, suitable for parties, meetings, etc. The bookings secretary is Eileen Bennett 01326 340633 or m.bennett656@btinternet.com. The Village Hall Committee meets every quarter, with the A.G.M. on 16th October 2017, and you are very welcome to come along to our meetings and find out more about the village. Activities at the hall include a Friendship Club (details from Leonard Cole 01326 340731), a Craft Club (Pat Shepherd 374887) and coffee mornings. We hold a quiz twice a year and a Christmas drinks party in December. Details can all be found in the newsletter and/or on the noticeboard.

Mobile Library  usually calls at the green once a month, next to the telephone box. The green and telephone box are village amenities.

100 Club      We have a village lottery: for a payment of £12 a year you enter a monthly draw with cash prizes. For further details, contact Leonard Cole 01326 340731 or Len Cheshire on 01326 340425.

Save The Children  Gilly Bennett is the organiser for our local branch, and often has handicrafts and cards available at her home, “Shalom”. Please ring Gilly on 01326 340779 for further details.

Neighbourhood Watch  operates in the village. For further information please contact co-ordinators Leonard  (01326 340731) or Eileen (01326 340633).

Speedwatch  Because of ongoing speeding issues through the village, you will regularly see Speedwatch operating in the village of Treverva. If you would like to become involved, please speak to Malcolm (01326 340633) or Nigel (01326 340341).

Newspaper/milk/grocery deliveries  The Spar shop in Constantine will deliver to your door. Telephone: 01326 340394. Our local milkman Peter also delivers milk on Monday, Wednesday and Friday telephone: 01326 374743.

There is a village store in Mabe with a post office, and fresh foods, pasties, etc., can be bought at the Argal Farm Shop on the way to Falmouth.

Bus Service

There is a fairly regular ‘bus service to and from Falmouth and Helston, the timetable is on the post by the green.

Lamanva and Treverva are friendly places to live, so if you have any queries at all, just ask your neighbour for help!

See below for a printable link to the above Welcome Information

WELCOME LETTER – January 2017.