Welcome to Sticker

 

 

This website is sponsored by Sticker Village Association who make every effort to ensure the information on this web site is accurate. However it cannot be held responsible for its accuracy, or appropriateness for a particular purpose, implied or otherwise.

Content,views or comments on this site do not necessarily reflect those of Sticker Village Association 

 

Sticker Village Association is a registered charity that owns Sticker Village Hall and the Lower Playing Field in the village. It also manages Sticker Activity Park for St. Mewan Parish Council. It promotes various activities in the village aimed at enhancing the leisure time of the residents.

This web site was designed, built and is administered by David Eastlake

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Map of Sticker

 

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Sticker AXE Factor 2014

 

See the Axe Factor page

                                              

 

Please note village hall bookings should now be made via

Jenny Jannaway

01726 338081

jennyjannaway@gmail.com

                                                    

 

Church upcoming events in April & May

See St. Mark's page

                                                      

 

 

 

 

 

                     

 

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Sticker is a small village in the parish of St. Mewan in Cornwall.

It has around 450 homes, a population of about 1150 and an electorate of around 850.

With a local shop, post office, hairdresser, garage and public house the residents are well catered for.

There is a free car park in the village and a regular bus service to St. Austell, Truro and the surrounding villages.

St. Mewan CP School is about 1.5 miles away

St. Mark's Church has a community hall.   The Village Hall is maintained and run by Sticker Village Association.

                                               The following organisations cater for residents' & visitors' leisure activities

 

Sticker Village Association:                       Manages the Village Hall and playing fields
Sticker Village Players:                              Pantomimes and variety shows
The Debonaires:                                         Variety shows/entertainment
Women's Institute:                                      Socialising
St. Dorothea Flower Club:                          Flower arranging  01726 75837

Happy Circle:                                              For Senior Citizens 74775

1st Sticker Scouts:                          Also Cubs/Beavers

Sticker AFC:                               Two football teams. Licensed clubhouse
The Hewas Inn :                                          Award winning village pub & restaurant

       St. Mewan Parish Council:                 4 Councillors represent Sticker/Hewaswater

          St Austell Map                                             Discover St. Austell - Map and information

         

                   If you are about to move, or have recently moved to Sticker - Sticker Village Association

                      has prepared a free welcome pack which includes a short DVD about life in the village.  

                                                  telephone David Eastlake on 01726 76003                                          

                         

                                                                                         

 

      

                                                                                                                                                                

BBC One are looking for people who live in interesting homes in across Cornwall and would be happy to try a home swap holiday for a new TV series.
Do you live in an interesting home you’d be happy to swap with someone elsewhere in the UK for a short break?
It could be anything from a charming cottage, an interesting conversion, to a modern openplan apartment!
IF SO THEN GET IN TOUCH NOW!
For an application form please email Kieran.mccarthy@bbc.co.uk with your contact details.
             

                                                                

 

The Cornwall Community Foundationare pleased to publicise our summer grant rounds, please view our website http://www.cornwallfoundation.com/grant-forms/ for further information about funding criteria, downloadable application forms, deadline and panel dates and more.

In particular a funding round has just been launched for the Wellbeing and Prevention Community Grants please see below for dates.

This programme awards small grants to organisations in Cornwall that can make a real difference in their local community. The funds are aimed at community groups which can enhance the quality of life for people with care and support needs through developing a range of activities and events. The focus of projects must be on social inclusion, integration and independence. 

Deadlines and Panel Dates

Grant

Panel Meeting Date

Deadline for Application

Manor Solar Farm – areas this fund covers: : Charlestown,

Grampound with Creed, St Ewe, St Mewan, St Dennis, St Stephen-in-Brannel, Treverbyn and St Austell.

29/05/2014

01/05/2014

Grants Committee (inc. Benefiting Older People Fund / Tuppenny Fund / China Clay Fund / Penwith and IOS Fund / Lord St Levan Fund / Community Fund / Eddie George Fund)

03/06/2014

06/05/2014

Boyton Solar and Wind Farms Community Fund – For community groups in the parish of Boyton only

04/06/2014

04/05/2014

Cornwall Glass Fund – themes this fund covers:

-       Mental Health

-       Children

-       Community projects

09/06/2014

12/05/2014

Howton Solar Farm – areas this fund covers: Pillaton, Landrake &

St Erney, St Mellion, St Dominick and Saltash

13/06/2014

16/05/2014

Trenouth Solar Farm – areas this fund covers:  St Ervan, St Issey,

St Eval, St Merryn

25/06/2014

28/05/2014

Wellbeing and Prevention Community Grants:

These grants support projects enhancing the quality of life for people with care & support needs through: Increasing wellbeing, quality of life and self-management, increasing independence, increasing community support and connection, increasing support through housing & preventing isolation and loneliness.

30/05/2014

27/06/2014

Lord Lieutenant’s Fund for Youth – For exceptionally gifted and talented young people (12-25 years) who are held back from reaching their potential due to financial difficulties. For individuals only.

14/08/2014

17/07/2014

Comic Relief Fund – Supports community groups running projects that:

-       increase local services

-       builds skills of local people

-       increase community cohesion

-       respond to local economic needs

29/08/2014

01/08/2014

Wellbeing and Prevention (as above)

10/09/2014

13/08/2014

Together Grants - supports carers and the person being cared for, residents of Cornwall only, to spend some quality time together away from their caring role.

Viewed monthly

Mornwenna Fund / Bolitho Fund / Crisis / Crowd Funder (Social Action Fund) / Clare Milne Trust / Cornwall Club / Albert Van Den Bergh/Jane Hartley Fund/ Mining Fund

As and when we receive applications or signpost applications to these funds

 

If you require any further information please do e-mail grants@cornwallfoundation.com or ring 01566779333 asking for Sarah Holdaway, Grants Administrator.

 

                                                                                                                                                          

 

 

 

 

                      

 

 

 

                                                  

 

 

                                                         

                                                 


 

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