Welcome to Fowey
The town of Fowey on the south coast of Cornwall is located on the mouth of the Fowey river about 20 miles west of Plymouth, and 5 miles east of St Austell.
Fowey has a population of around 1800, and today is a busy port for china clay ships and cruise liners, as well as a yachting harbour. Fowey Regatta is held in August and in May the town is the backdrop for the Fowey Festival of Words and Music.
In local government terms, Fowey is a civil parish with a town council and a Mayor. Besides the town of Fowey itself, the parish includes the coastal area between the mouth of the River Fowey and St Austell Bay, including Gribben Head and the small settlements of Menabilly, Polkerris and Polmear.
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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11th June 2013