Feock Parish Council
The parish of Feock is situated approximately 4 miles to the south of the city of Truro.
The population of the civil Feock Parish Council is in excess of 3,500 and serves the villages of Carnon Downs, Devoran, Feock, Point and Penpol. The parish is bounded to the west by the Carnon River and to the south by the picturesque Restronguet Creek. To the east is the River Fal, the main water thoroughfare between Truro and Falmouth, across which it is possible to access the Roseland peninsular by means of the famous King Harry Ferry.
Parts of the parish of Feock are in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (ANOB) and certain areas have been designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest due to its mining heritage.
There is in place a 7 year Parish Plan which has identified the main priorities for the parish for the immediate future. More details are available to view on the Parish Plan page.
To contact your local councillor, please click on the Councillors & Staff page where you can also find details of your local police beat officers.
PARISH COUNCIL NEWS UPDATE - SEPTEMBER 2014
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