Our Services

Allotments   – the town council has provided allotments on an out of town site at Trowan.

Concert hall – a venue in the heart of St Ives, ideal for concerts, comedy, theatre, functions and parties.

Hiring Rooms at the Guildhall – We also have a range of meeting rooms available for meetings, training, functions, etc.

Grants – the council has an annual grants fund which is awarded to local organisations, community events, etc

Footpath maintenance –  on behalf of Cornwall Council, the town council carries out footpath maintenance works on the a number of footpaths within the parish of St Ives and Cornwall Council maintains the others.

St Nicholas Chapel – located on the Island, St Nicholas Chapel is a landmark feature of St Ives, manned by volunteers throughout the summer months to enable it to be open to the public.  The Chapel is also able to be hired from the town council for Wedding Blessings.

Island Centre – located near the Island, is a small hall for hire.

Library and Information Service

St Leonards Chapel – on Smeatons Pier, St Leonards Chapel is an historic fishermen’s chapel, maintained by the town council.

Dog control orders –  in response to calls for controls of dogs on a number of beaches and a footpath in the St Ives civil parish. Cornwall Council manages the Dog Control Orders, with the aim of striking a balance for the various beach users.

Seagull advice – not a statutory duty of the council, but in view of complaints from residents and visitors, the town council has compiled a seagull advice leaflet which may be downloaded.

Tourist information – the town council runs the St Ives Library & Information Service – based in the Library.  This is a valued service used by visitors to the town and residents alike.  Tourist information, accommodation bookings, ticket sales, books, maps and souvenirs – well worth a visit when in St Ives!

Weddings – The Guildhall is licensed as a civil ceremony venue and so weddings can be held in the Concert Hall, Council Chamber, Balcony Room or Mayors Parlour.

Cornwall Council is responsible for:
Council Tax
Dog Fouling

Highways maintenance – such as potholes
Memorial Benches
Refuse and Recycling
And much more….
Their online reporting tools are very effective and easy to use. If you have any questions please call them on 0300 1234 100 or us for advice on 01736 797840.