TRESMEER : Tresmere, (Cornish: Trewasmeur), (English : Tresmeer), a parish in Launceston district, North Cornwall; 6 miles W by N of Launceston , near the Devonshire border.
It is bounded on the north by Tremaine, and North Petherwin, on the east by Egloskerry, on the south by Laneast, and on the west by Treneglos.
The principle settlements in the parish are Churchtown, Three Hammers and Splatt.
The origin of the name TRESMEER is uncertain.
Please could ALL residents be aware of a new tactic by thieves of marking property, gates etc. with bits of rope or chalk. There are gangs going around stealing anything from machinery to animals to family pets. Neighbourhood Watch!
Traffic Regulation Tresmeer ....Tresmeer restriction - order.eml
Neighbourhood Development Plan
Our local parishes need to produce a Neighbourhood Development Plan.
A steering committee will be needed on this and we would like as many people as possible to be involved so that all voices and views are heard and the work can be shared.
Anyone interested please contact Tresmeer Parish Council.
Please come and join us. The more voices the more choices.
A Neighbourhood Development plan meeting will be held shortly.
Tresmeer Village Hall
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The Nippy Chippy - Tresmeer Village Hall Car Park
Last Thursday of Month - 5.00p.m. till 7.00pm.
Check out the Tresmeer Nature & Heritage Trails and Cycle Routes
Three Saints Nature & Heritage Trail
This walk takes in the three listed churches within 1.5 km of Tresmeer. In the spring and early summer there are numerous wild flowers to enjoy, it uses various footpaths and quiet country lanes. The walk may be shortened to suit your groupís ability. The full walk is about 9.7 km (6 miles) Allow about 3 hours The short cut back missing the Church of St Winwalo is 6.5 km (4 miles) The linear walk with two cars is 5.5 km (3.3 miles) - Click here for more info.
Down by the Riverside Nature & Heritage Trail
This is a short circular walk around Tresmeer taking in part of the river. The walk is suitable for all ages, but there is a short road walk and a stile to climb.
The walk is probably less than 2 miles and should take about 1 hour to complete. Click here for more info.
Three Saints Cross Country Cycle Route
This route is a challenging ride and is NOT suitable for children.
Warning:Do not attempt the full circuit after heavy rain; the River Ottery can quickly turn into a white water experience. During the ride you will cross three small streams and ford the river Ottery.
Some of the downhill runs will demand a high level of fitness and skill to keep upright on two wheels. It is best if you don't do this on your own.
The tracks are some of the less known bridleways in the area. You will come home probably wet and muddy and possibly a bit tired, but if you can do it have fun! Click here for more info.
IMPORTANT NOTICE :
There have been reported instances of sheep worrying by out of control dogs. Please be advised that when on any enclosed agricultural land all dogs must be on a lead or under control. Under the Dogs (Protection of Livestock) Act 1953 if you allow your dog to worry livestock you will be guilty of an offence and can be prosecuted and fined, ordered to pay compensation and even ordered to have the dog destroyed.
Cornwall Council will be pleased to supply landowners with a "FARMLAND - Please keep your dog on a lead THANK YOU" sign FREE of CHARGE.
For more information about these routes click on the appropriate link at the top of this page.
Download The Countryside Code leaflet here......Countryside Code Leaflet.pdf