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 events in the parish that are open to all of the parish’s residents. Requests from individuals will not be considered.

Applicants will be required to tell the council about the organisation making the request, show evidence that an event is being planned and held in Crowan parish, and say what the money will be used for.

Grants will not be given for the purchase of alcohol, and applicants should demonstrate a community benefit and that their aim is not to make a profit.

Apply by email to the Parish Clerk, who will send you a short form to complete.

Amenities and Environment Committee Meeting Postponed

Please note that the Amenities and Environment Committee meeting due to take place on Thursday 31st March has been postponed. This is because of the high prevalence of Covid in our community. The council will  decide the date of the next committee meeting at the full council meeting on 14th April. I am sorry if this inconveniences anyone.

Councillor Claudia Berryman

Chair of The Amenities and Environment Committee

New Generation Daffodil site

Public Meeting

All residents of Crowan parish are invited to a public meeting to talk to the council about the New Generation Daffodil site, Crowan.

Venue:  Nancegollan Village Hall

Date:     Friday February 4th, 2022

Time:     6.30pm

Please note that the council’s responses to applications are dictated by planning legislation and limited to its authority as a consultee in the planning process.

Peter Curnow – Clerk to Crowan Parish Council

Tel: 07713 138374      email: