A5 Road Changes and Traffic Works in March

The Parish Council has received from Mark Sutton our Staffordshire County Councillor, an update on the proposed A5 speed restrictions being lowered from 40mph through Weston under Lizard to 30mph that it has been lobbying for. The traffic order is now law but he is waiting to find when the work is to be done.

Also We have been notified by The Weston Park Foundation and Balfours, their managing land agents, that they are to start a program of rebuilding parts of the A5 perimeter wall that have had to be taken down for safety reasons and an area damaged as a result of a car crash in late March of last year. This program of works will take a period of time which they envisage may run through the summer for the major areas. The work has been delayed due to the pandemic that has had an enormous impact on the organisation and team with many people being furloughed for long periods of time. That has meant they have had to look at how they prioritise their limited resources and why work hasn’t been done to date. They will try and mitigate as best they can the impact.


The first area they will tackle is at the Weston end of the village, passed the row of cottages on the upper bank and will start this coming Tuesday 9th of March.  Traffic lights will be in place from early on Tuesday until Friday 19th March.  The traffic lights will then be put back up again on Tuesday 6th April until Tuesday 20th April.


Work on the section of the wall (eastern end) that was damaged by the car will start soon after the section at the Weston end of the village has been re-built.  I will let you know when they have confirmed dates for this section.


Community Pop Up Shop Is Now OPEN 09:30-12 Mon-Sat AND 5:30 to 7pm Weds to Friday

With the Covid19 Lockdown3 happening to help the local community access essential easier, the Blymhill and Weston under Lizard Parish Council with the help of the Blymhill and Weston Village Hall, is open a Community Pop Up Shop in the Village Hall is open 09:30-12 Mon-Sat.

Any Volunteers please contact the Parish Clerk through the contact section of this Website.

Staffordshire County Council Launch of a new easy-to-use ‘Community Health and Wellbeing App Finder’

“During the current ongoing coronavirus outbreak, we are all adapting to new ways of delivering health and wellbeing guidance and care support to our at-risk residents in our communities.  Health apps is one way to help older residents or those with long-term conditions to manage their health at home, but there are literally thousands to choose from and not all apps can be trusted to offer up to date advice.  To help our most vulnerable manage their health with the most trusted health related apps that meet specific needs, Staffordshire County Council is now offering free access to a super easy-to-use.” You can access and browse the Staffordshire Health App Finder library now at www.staffordshire.gov.uk/appfinder