Maps of Liskeard

Liskeard Town Centre (For personal use.  Businesses must contact Cornwall Council)

Liskeard Parishes (For personal use.  Businesses must contact Cornwall Council)

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The Citizens’ Advice Bureau have a Help to Claim service with dedicated, specialist staff for those who need a bit of help with claiming benefits or sourcing other support such as debt management or Foodbank assistance.  Full contact details are on the poster in the link.

Our survey on improving recycling in Liskeard has now closed.  The results will be published in due course.

Cornwall Marine Network Online Courses – October

Can you help this Christmas with financial or practical help for lighting up the town? There’s an donation form all ready for you to complete:  Lighting Up Liskeard Funding Letter 2020

Road Closure Intention Notice – Tregay Lane 19 October to 2 November 2020

The Citizens Advice Bureau have a Domestic Abuse Support pilot project running until 31st October and Devon & Cornwall Police have an advice leaflet to help raise awareness of Child Sexual Exploitation.


We have received details of the removal next month of the Kerbside Recycling facilities at Westbourne and Sun Girt car parks

Anyone who finds social distancing difficult can download “Please Give Me Space” badges and cards from the Government website.


Cornwall Council are consulting on a series of highway proposals.  The Consultation letter lists the proposals that relate to Liskeard and some local areas.  Full details are listed on the Public Notice which shows contact details and how to comment.  The deadline for receipt of the comments by Cornwall Council is 28th August,2020.

Here are the maps showing each proposal in Liskeard Town Council’s area:  Gipsy Lane, Coldstyle Road, Baytree Hill, Windsor Place & Gas Lane, Liskerrett Road, Miller Business Park, Charter Way, Tremeddan Lane, Market Approach and Bodgara Way.

Summer 2020 Coronavirus Support Update

Mayor’s Charity Donations 2019/20

Liskeard Together Project information and services they can help with

The Town Clock Stops

Liskeard Cattle Market Regeneration Phase 1 Press Release0