Bodmin News

Local News

Calendar

April 2018
M T W T F S S
« Jun    
 1
2345678
9101112131415
16171819202122
23242526272829
30  

Recent Posts

Recent Comments

    Archives

    Categories

    • Loads of road signs and cones left from the building a better bodi, 15th April
      There are loads of discarded signs and bollards in hedges and banks along priory road (dont believe cormac checked this when the works were completed for the building a better bodmin scheme) Note this work was completed June last year on this part of the road. Nearest road to the pin placed on the map […]
    • Red sports car, 15th April
      There’s a red sports car that’s possibly abandoned always in the same spot 24/7 never moves. On castle street by the White House Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 54 Castle Street, Bodmin Report on FixMyStreet
    • Dog mess, 14th April
      The dog fouling in this street is particularly disgraceful at the moment. Gilbert Road, Bodmin. Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 66 Grenville Close, Bodmin Report on FixMyStreet
    • Bag from Biffa collection has been left and anminals have now attacked the bin bag, 11th April
      I think this is from a Biffa rubbish picking. Numerous bag have been left in the area and animals are now attacking the contents. Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 7 Grass Valley Park, Bodmin Report on FixMyStreet
    • Someone in the estate is flicking there dog poo in the road, 7th April
      Someone is flicking dog poo in the road and making the road stink right opposite the scout hut Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Scout Hut Castle Canyke Road, Bodmin Report on FixMyStreet
    • Dumping garden waste, 4th April
      People are dumping garden waste in the corner of the field which is affecting the drainage and causing flooding of the leat Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 10 Pendavey Road, Bodmin Report on FixMyStreet
    • Dumping dog poo bags, 4th April
      Along the footpath people are dumping dog poo bags into the hedge making it unsafe for children playing in the area Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 11 Respryn Road, Bodmin Report on FixMyStreet
    • Yet more Cars Parking on Pavements obstructing view of drivers\pedetrians trying to cross at Mount Folly, 2nd April
      Increasing problem (as a direct result of the removal of pelican crossing and yellow lines as part of the building a better bodmin roadworks project). The silver car and blue 4x4 in front were both parked on the crossing point and in a location that obscures visability of pedestrians trying to cross (not this crossing […]
    • Parking area far too small for the amount of cars, needs enlarging., 2nd April
      Cul de sac of 22 houses, parking area too small for the amount of cars and drivers living here. There is a grassed area that isn't used that would make more available parking Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 4 Moor View, Bodmin Report on FixMyStreet
    • Cars keep parking in dangerous areas for pedestrians (to use cash point), 26th March
      Cars keep parking right next to dangerous unmarked crossing point at mount folly. Problem is that this means pedestrians trying to cross have restricted view with many near misses. There is no traffic lights to aid pedestrians crossing this area. What about sight impaired? SOMETHING NEEDS TO BE DONE TO STOP DRIVERS PARKING ON OR […]

    Bodmin History

    St. Petroc founded a monastery in Bodmin in the 6th century[7] and gave the town its alternative name of Petrockstow. The monastery was deprived of some of its lands at the Norman conquest but at the time of Domesday still held 18 manors, including Bodmin, Padstow and Rialton.[8] Bodmin is one of the oldest towns in Cornwall, and the only large Cornish settlement recorded in the Domesday Book in 1086.[9] In the 15th century the Norman church of St Petroc was largely rebuilt and stands as one of the largest churches in Cornwall (the largest after the cathedral at Truro). Also built at that time was an abbey of canons regular, now mostly ruined. For most of Bodmin’s history, the tin industry was a mainstay of the economy. Wikipedia

    Bodmin Map

    • An error has occurred, which probably means the feed is down. Try again later.