Welcome to Crowan Parish Council's Website
Crowan Parish Council comprises thirteen Councillors. The largest settlements are Crowan, Leedstown, Praze-an-Beeble, Nancegollan and Townshend.
The Parish Council represents the local community and is the point of contact for residents of the Parish to raise any concerns it may have.
We maintain strong links to the local Police and Cornwall Council.
A Full Council Meeting is normally held on the second Thursday of each month (except August), commencing at 7.15pm in the Parish Rooms, Crowan.
There are also separate amenities and public rights of way committees.
We own the Parish Rooms, Crowan and the playing fields/childrens play areas at Nancegollan,Leedstown and Praze and manage the public conveniences at Praze.
Gill Lidgett, Parish Clerk.
INFORMATION FOR RESIDENTS
PUBLIC RIGHTS OF WAY – HOW TO REPORT ISSUES
Should you wish to report a problem with any of the many footpaths and Public Rights of Way in the Parish of Crowan, did you know that The Ramblers Association have a reporting tool on their website? Residents can access the reporting tool at the link below.
- 12 November @ 1:30 pm
MINUTES OF THE FULL COUNCIL MEETING TO BE HELD IN THE VILLAGE HALL, NANCEGOLLAN ON THURSDAY, 25th JULY 2019 @ 7.15pm