Welcome to Feock Parish Council

The parish of Feock is situated approximately 4 miles to the south of the city of Truro, parts of the parish are in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and certain areas have been designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest due to its mining heritage.


The population of the Feock Parish 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.


Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, Full Parish Council, Access & Amenities and Finance & General Purposes Committee meetings are being held virtually via Zoom.


If members of the public wish to attend please email the Clerk, debra@feockparishcouncil.co.uk for the link to log into the meeting.  Alternatively questions can also be sent to the Clerk to be read out at the meeting if you do not wish to attend. 

Wednesday 21st October 2020, 6.30pm

Finance & General Purposes via Zoom

Thursday 22nd October 2020, 6.30pm

Access & Amenities Committee via Zoom

Monday 2nd November 2020, 6.30pm

Full Parish Council via Zoom

Monday 7th December 2020, 6.30pm

Full Parish Council via Zoom

Planning meetings are not currently being held

Planning applications received from Cornwall Council for consultee comment are shown on the ‘Current Planning Applications’ page of this website https://www.feockpc.com/current-planning-applications.

If you have views on any of these applications that you would like Parish Councillors to be aware of before they agree and submit their consultee comment to Cornwall Council please make them in writing in an email to debbie@feockparishcouncil.co.uk  


In order for Councillors to be in receipt of these comments prior to the Committee's discussion of the application these comments need to be received as soon as possible and preferably by the date stated by each application on the website.

Agendas for all meetings can be viewed here



Please contact the Parish staff via email or phone in the first instance, if this is not possible the office is open weekday mornings from 9am to 12 noon. 


Visitors to the office will be required:

  • To wear a face covering

  • Sign in on the track & trace system

  • Maintain social distancing with staff

Parish Council staff can be contacted as follows:


By phone (manned between 9am and 12 noon weekdays) 01872 863333

07904 547822 - Prescription pick ups and Feock Local Transport Scheme 

07379 241780 - Shopping orders

With effect from 1st August 2020

Please note that the prescription and shopping delivery service are now only for those people self isolating or housebound and we ask for a voluntary contribution to use the service to cover volunteers petrol costs. 

By email:

Debra Roberts debra@feockparishcouncil.co.uk

(Parish Clerk - all enquiries except Planning)

Debbie Searle debbie@feockparishcouncil.co.uk

(Assistant Clerk - enquiries regarding Planning)

Bex Rawbone 


Tel: 07988 106432​

(HAIRE Project Co-ordinator)

Sharon Nettleton

Community Navigator, Community Connect

Tel: 07747 750962

Parish Councillors contact details


As well as our quarterly paper newsletter, we have launched a monthly e-newsletter available here or email

debra@feockparishcouncil.co.uk to have it delivered to your inbox. 

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