Carlyon Beach scheme delayed due to Brexit

The decision to leave Europe has impacted on the multi-million pound Carlyon Bay development with developer CEG announcing this week that all infrastructure works are to be put on hold. CEG project director James Shimwell said: “The result of the EU referendum introduced significant political and economic uncertainty which makes it impossible for us to […]

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Frisbee golf arrives at Carlyon Beach

The UK’s only permanent beach-based Frisbee golf course will be opening at Carlyon Beach, near St Austell, on Saturday 28 May 2016, with a free to attend, family-friendly launch party. Live music will accompany two tournaments taking place during the day: one for under-18s in the morning, and an adults’ tournament in the afternoon. Frisbee […]

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Plans for Summer 2016

A host of activities is planned for the beaches at Carlyon Bay this year including pop-up food experiences, themed banquets, sporting events, theatrical extravaganzas, musical sessions and regular health and well-being classes. In addition to the regular businesses, including Sam’s, who will be based on Crinnis Beach throughout the season, a variety of Cornish pop-ups […]

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Royal Marines Train on Carlyon Beaches

Amphibious landings and helicopter exercises with Royal Marines being ‘fast roped’ into target areas will inject some movie-style action onto the beaches at Carlyon Bay next week (wk beginning Mon 7th March). Polgaver Beach at the eastern end of the three beaches will be the main focus for the activities which are due to start […]

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Putting the record straight

We’d like to clear up any confusion regarding our plans to consolidate two unused pathways across the top car park onto the South West Coastal Path (SWCP) to enable us to provide better parking facilities for the public. The story appeared in the local press (25/11/16) explaining that improvement works to the top car park […]

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Carlyon Bay development car park faces delay and inquiry

We’d like to clear up any confusion regarding our plans to consolidate two unused pathways across the top car park onto the South West Coastal Path (SWCP) to enable us to provide better parking facilities for the public. A planning condition, which legally commits us to provide an alternative route if there were a cliff […]

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NEW COMMUNITY LIAISON OFFICER APPOINTED

From mid-December, the Community Liaison Officer will be Paul Downs, BAM Nuttall Ltd. Paul will deal with any queries arising from current work being carried out on site. Paul can be contacted on 01454207000 or 07747566182, Mondays to Fridays, 9am – 6pm

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