Millbrook is located on the lovely Rame Peninsula, officially an area of outstanding natural beauty, in South East Cornwall to the west of the river Tamar and the great naval city of Plymouth.
Millbrook Parish Council is responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of a variety of public buildings and spaces, several car parks, gardens, the public toilets, the recreation grounds that are central to the community alongside the lake, formed as a flood defence and now a central part of our recreation area.
All council meeting information including minutes and agendas and upcoming meeting dates.
Millbrook Village Hall has three rooms of varying sizes and capacity available for hire. The hall is run by a charity and group of volunteers.
Latest Council News
During the last Millbrook Parish Council meeting, the council voted to accept the quotation from Twisted Metal Art to repair the jumpbox in Millbrook skatepark. A budget was agreed to cover potentional additional costs required to make the modifications so that the...
Cornwall Council are really excited to be able to share the invitation to the online launch of the first episode of 'Cornwall's Climate Stories' a series of inspirational documentaries about climate change in Cornwall. Online premiere: 8pm on 25 February Register for...
In the run-up to half-term, another Facebook Live event will be held at 2pm this Friday (Feb 12) where media and residents can ask Covid-19 related questions and hear an update from our public health team. The links for this have been circulated via media but I have...