Here’s a list of some the most frequently helped questions – we hope the answers here point you in the right direction.

  • Can I come to Council Meetings?

    Members of the community are most welcome to attend meetings of the Town Council and any of it's committees. The agenda for every meeting is published in advance - on our website and on the notice board. The agenda provides details of the date, start time and venue for the meeting and the business to be discussed. There may be times when the press and public have to be excluded from part of a meeting (usually towards the end of the business on the agenda) when confidential business needs to be considered but the majority of all meetings are held in 'open session'.
  • Who are my councillors and how do I contact them?

    A current list of all Parish Councillors, the Mayor & Deputy Mayor'ss contact details can be found by clicking here
  • When do Council meetings take place?

    The first Thursday of every month and the third Tuesday of every month.
  • Where can I get a copy of the agenda or minutes from?

    From the Council Offices, Camelford Library or from the website (see under "Meetings" on the navigation menu) The agenda is also placed on the Council notice boards in Fore Street, Camelford.
  • Can I speak at Council Meetings?

    At the start of Council meetings, time is set aside for members of the community to raise matters of concern or interest or ask the Council questions. The total time allowed for public participation will be 15 minute limited to 5 minutes per person which may only be varied solely at the discretion of the Chairman. Questions requiring a reply should be submitted to the Council in writing at least 48 hours prior to the meeting. If you are in any doubt or wish to have more information about coming to meetings and/or asking a question, please don't hesitate to contact the Clerk who will be pleased to help.