Council Meetings & Events
Planning Meeting, Wednesday, 17th May 2017
Annual Meeting of the Council Wednesday, 17th May 2017 @ 7.00pm
The planned works on the Parade will be going ahead at the beginning of May, after the Bank Holiday. The works will comprise of resurfacing of the tarmac section of the Parade from the car park down to Readymoney and the installation of a reinforced concrete pad at the ‘crossing point’ between the two fields used as access by the farmers contractors at various times in the year.
St Catherines Parade will be closed for the duration of the work which will last for approximately one week. Fowey footpath 7, which runs parallel to the parade has recently been improved and will allow continued public access from Polvillion Road to Readymoney whilst the Parade is improved. It should be noted that the surface of footpath 7 is ‘natural’ and therefore not as easy to walk as the Parade.
Any questions should be directed to email@example.com
Police Surgeries with PCSO Lloyd Paynter
PCSO Lloyd Paynter & members of the Neighbourhood Policing Team are hoping to recommence holding regular Surgeries in Fowey Town Hall Office in the near future.
Fowey Parish Neighbourhood Plan
The next stage of the Fowey Parish Neighbourhood Plan is a series of Workshops. For further information please visit the Neighbourhood Plan page.
Town Hall available for hire
Celebrate your Wedding, Birthday or Special Event in the Town Hall - click here
Welcome to Fowey Town Council Website
Welcome to the Ancient Town and Port of Fowey which is situated on the south coast of Cornwall, at the mouth of the Fowey river about 20 miles west of Plymouth, and 5 miles east of St Austell.
With a population of around 1800, which swells during the summer months accommodating visitors, Fowey is a busy port exporting china clay all year round and welcoming cruise liners during the tourist season, as well as being a popular yachting harbour. In May the town is the backdrop for the Fowey Festival of Words and Music. August heralds Fowey Royal Regatta which is always held in the third week of August and our Christmas Market weekend, held at the beginning of December, grows in popularity year on year.
In local government terms, Fowey is a civil parish with a town council and a Mayor. Besides the town, the parish includes the coastal area between the mouth of the River Fowey and St Austell Bay, including Gribben Head and the smaller settlements of Menabilly, Polkerris, Polmear and Newtown.
The parish of Fowey lies within the St Austell and Newquay constituency of the United Kingdom Parliament, and the South West England constituency of the European Parliament.
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