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.
This is guidance that applies to England only. If you live in an area where local restrictions are in place you should also consult the local restrictions guidance, for information about what you can and can’t do to manage the outbreak.
Because the complications of having both flu and COVID in the population are unknown and the symptoms of both have some similarities, in order to reduce the risk of overwhelming the NHS there is a need to ensure good uptake of the flu vaccine this year – which is also being expanded to be offered to more groups. The bulk of the vaccination programme is undertaken by GPs and for many people, that is the route by which they will receive it.
With the temperatures starting to drop and many trees already showing a riot of colour, it certainly seems like autumn has come early this year. This has coincided with the start of our annual maintenance schedules for the strategic network, which includes verge cutting on the rural network, and I wanted to take this opportunity to provide you all with a timely update.
Police and Crime Commissioners are urging people to take 60 seconds to influence Government policy on roads policing.
FULL PARISH COUNCIL MEETING HELD REMOTELY BY ZOOM ON THURSDAY 10TH SEPTEMBER 2020 AT THE RISING OF THE PLANNING COMMITTEE MEETING
Members of the public and press are invited to remotely attend this meeting of the Council. Please apply to The Clerk for instructions on how to attend.