Truro in Bloom 2016 Portfolio Book
The bustling Cathedral City of Truro is the centre for administration, commerce and tourism for the County of Cornwall. Truro, called after Tri-veru meaning three rivers which includes the Rivers Kenwyn and Allen, has developed close to the Truro River and with good road and rail links is within easy reach of almost every part of Cornwall.
Truro is an historic Market Town full of richness and diversity. The Wednesday Livestock Market is a centre for the farming community and has modern, purposebuilt premises on the edge of Truro. Down in the centre of town, the Pannier Market is the largest of Truro’s indoor markets and offers a huge range of goods, with something of interest for every shopper.
Just outside on Lemon Quay, Truro Farmer’s Market trades every Wednesday and Saturday, offering fresh, quality produce, direct from local producers to the public. On Wednesdays, the farmers are joined by other local traders who together form the Wednesday Open Air Market.
On many Saturdays there are Art, Craft, Food and Drink Fairs held in marquees on Lemon Quay, organised by Deborah Martyn Events. Just around the corner is Lemon Street Market, now stunningly refurbished, where a variety of specialist shops and cafes can be found.
Truro City Council and Kenwyn Parish Council have now completed the Neighbourhood Plan. It has now been independently examined and been approved for public referendum which is expected in September. We hope that the referendum will be successful and the document will become a strategic planning document in the assessment of future planning applications.
Have a look at this Kenwyn Neighbourhood Plan clip to see frequently asked questions between Sarah Newton, MP and Roger Gazzard, Truro City Council.
Truro City Council
Municipal Buildings, Boscawen Street, Truro, TR1 2NE
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