You are hereby summoned to attend a meeting of the Parish Council to be held on Thursday 10th June 2021 at 1915 hours at Nancegollan Village Hall for the purpose of transacting the business listed on the attached agenda.
Covid restrictions mean that the total number of people able to attend, including members of the public, must not exceed 24.
Members of the public and press are invited to remotely attend this meeting of the Council. Please note that attendance is limited due to Covid restrictions. Minutes of Council Meetings are available to view on www.crowan-pc.gov.uk and on the Praze, Leedstown & Nancegollan Notice Boards and Townshend Village Hall Notice Board (unless social distancing measures are in place).
Members of the public and press are invited to remotely attend this meeting of the Council. Please apply to the Acting Clerk at email@example.com for instructions on how to attend.
Virtual Councillor Fair Saturday 16 January, 10am – 11.30am
A livestreamed event for anyone interested in becoming a Councillor
Click here to view the event
Cornwall needs all kinds of people to stand to become a Councillor. The qualities you need are a desire and passion to make a difference and improve the community you represent.
On Saturday 16 January we are holding a special ‘live event’ so that people interested in standing for election can learn more about what it is like to be a Councillor.
The event is hosted by the Chairman of Cornwall Council, Councillor Hilary Frank and contributors include the Chief Executive, Kate Kennally, the Service Director for Assurance,
Melanie O’Sullivan and Sarah Mason the Executive Officer for CALC the Cornwall Association of Local Councils.
At the event you will hear about the Council, it’s work and the challenges it faces. We will also tell you about the role of a Councillor and the support that enables Councillors to carry out their role alongside a busy personal life. Sarah Mason will explain the role of a Town or Parish Councillor and the important part they play in their local communities.
There will be opportunity for you to put your questions live (in writing) via the question and answer portal to a panel of serving Councillors.
For more information on the event and becoming a Councillor:
Website: www.cornwall.gov.uk/beacouncillor Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: Democratic Services 01872 322349
Further instructions on watching a livestreamed event can be found on the Council’s website https://www.cornwall.gov.uk/council-and- democracy/councillors-and-democracy/webcasts/.
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