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.
CROWAN PARISH COUNCIL PLANNING APPLICATIONS TO BE CONSIDERED ON 25th MARCH 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 25th March 2020
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 DECIDED TO CANCEL ALL MEETINGS AND CONDUCT ONLY URGENT BUSINESS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
COVID-19 – Guidance on social distancing for everyone in the UK and protecting older people and vulnerable adults
This guidance is for everyone. It advises on social distancing measures we should all be taking to reduce social interaction between people in order to reduce the transmission of coronavirus (COVID-19). It is intended for use in situations where people are living in their own homes, with or without additional support from friends, family and carers. If you live in a residential care setting guidance is available.
With lots of news going around about the Coronavirus (COVID-19), I want to update you on Cornwall Council’s preparations and involvement on this issue.
Our officers are working closely with our partners in health and linking into daily national updates from Public Health England, so they are fully informed of what is happening and the appropriate level of involvement and preparation needed. Should the situation change in Cornwall, we will provide timely updates to town and parish councils.
A CASUAL VACANCY HAS ARISEN FOR A PARISH COUNCILLOR IN PRAZE WARD OF CROWAN PARISH COUNCIL
Network Rail have revised their work programme to make allowances for Storm Dennis.
As part of our promise to keep you updated on improvement work to the railway in your area, we thought it would be helpful to let you know about a number of works taking place in Cornwall during the next few weeks.
Cornwall Community Resilience Network are delighted to invite you to our next set of training workshops which will be held across Cornwall in the spring.
Welcome to 2020 – Get Involved and Enjoy It