St Dominic is a rural parish in east Cornwall, sandwiched between the river Tamar and the A388 between Callington and Saltash. Much of the land is used for agriculture, market gardening and horticulture, and in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries there was also some mining activity.
The main village is St Dominic, which has a school, pub, post office and shop. The 13th century parish church, dedicated to St Dominica, lies at the western end of the village. There are smaller settlements at Bohetherick, Burraton, Halton Quay and Ashton. Halton and Ashton are both mentioned in the Domesday Survey.
A small chapel at Halton Quay marks the supposed landing of St Dominica and her brother St Indract of Ireland in the 7th Century.
Cotehele Mill, part of the National Trust Cotehele Estate, lies just in the parish. This 19th century water mill has been restored and now grinds wholemeal flour.
Please view the Parish Council's Policy on how it will conduct its business during this crisis. There will be no meetings of the Parish Council for the foreseeable future but its business will continue.
Covid-19 Community Toolkit on Cornwall Council website. The toolkit can also be viewed in Parish Council documents
Covid-19 Key Support Links for public support.
Annual Governance and Accountability Return 2019-2020 Addendum - Coronavirus Emergency Regulation Changes
Please refer to the Parish Council Documents page for details of the changes to the dates for submission etc. of the AGAR 2019/20.*
Please watch this space for planning applications to be considered and if you have a comment to make on any application please let the Clerk have it within the specified timeframe for that application, follow the Cornwall Council link to the Planning Portal to view applications in full.