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.
Under current Covid-19 guidelines we hold our Full Council Meeting on the second Thursday of each month (except August), commencing at 7.00pm via Zoom.
There are also separate amenities and public rights of way committees.
We own the Parish Rooms, Crowan and the playing fields/children’s play areas at Nancegollan, Leedstown and Praze-an-Beeble and manage the public conveniences at Praze.
Please note that the Amenities and Environment Committee meeting due to take place next week on Thursday 26th May has been postponed due to illness.
Crowan Parish Council is holding an Art Competition for all children aged 11 years old and under living in the parish or who attend Crowan or Leedstown Schools. Platinum-Jubilee-Art-Competition-posterDownload
As part of its celebration of the Platinum Jubilee of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Crowan Parish Council has created a £1,000 Jubilee Fund from which it will award grants towards local celebrations. Applications are welcome from community groups that are planning...