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.
PLANNING APPLICATIONS TO BE CONSIDERED ON 17th APRIL 2020 – PLEASE NOTE THERE WILL BE NO PUBLIC MEETING DUE TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC
Notice of planning applications to be considered by the Parish Council on 17th April 2020
PLANNING APPLICATIONS TO BE CONSIDERED ON 3rd APRIL 2020 – PLEASE NOTE THERE WILL BE NO PUBLIC MEETING DUE TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC
Notice of planning applications to be considered by the Parish Council on 3rd April 2020
During the current Covid-19 Pandemic the following emergency measures have been put in place for conducting the business of the Parish Council
Please see the link for local information regarding Covid-19
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PLEASE NOTE THAT DUE TO THE CURRENT EMERGENCY MEASURES BEING IMPLEMENTED ACROSS THE U.K. AND IN ORDER TO PROTECT THE PUBLIC THE PARISH COUNCIL HAVE CLOSED:
THE PLAYING FIELDS AND THE CHILDREN ‘S PLAY AREAS IN LEEDSTOWN AND NANCEGOLLAN AND THE CHILDREN’S PLAY AREA AT THE PLAN IN PRAZE-AN-BEEBLE and PUBLIC TOILETS – PRAZE-AN-BEEBLE
The Chancellor has announced measures to help support Businesses and Employees. Government Information for Businesses and Employees can be accessed on the following links: - Information for Businesses...
Dear Residents of Crowan and Wendron Parishes, During this time of uncertainty when many of us are socially isolated I want to reassure you that I am getting regular updates from Cornwall Council on contingency measures and sources of help. Please let me know of...
The Department for Transport have just issued the media release below, and I can confirm that GWR will be transitioning to an Emergency Measures Agreement. Our focus – in fact the whole of the railway industry’s focus - is making sure we can continue to provide the...
This edition of the Newsletter is coming to you early to let you know that the Townshend Village Hall Trustees have
decided to close the Hall in order to protect its users from infection from the virus.
It will be closed from today 20th April 2020 and will re-open when government advice says it can be. Hopefully this will not be too far away!
Please read the information in the print version which may be of help. Keep safe, well and in touch.