Cornwall Council Pop up sites tenders are now open for 2021

Dec 21, 2020 | News

Cornwall Council are now inviting tenders to apply for a number of sites they have available that would suit a range of activities from food and drink to fitness classes. The aim of this scheme is to encourage more users to Cornwall Council’s assets, provide opportunities for new and existing businesses to trade without being tied into long-term leases and to raise funds to help protect and maintain Cornwall’s open spaces. The programme is now in its sixth year and since the beginning has been a real success with over fifty local businesses supported, generating a significant income across all services.

The closing date is midday Wednesday 27th January 2021

With in our parish they are offering 2 sites – Entrance to the Camel Trail & Padstow Link Road Car Park

To find out more about these sites and the others across Cornwall please click here

 

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