Looe Town Council
Looe is the stunningly beautiful fishing port on the south coast of Cornwall, part of Caradon District and within easy travelling distance of Plymouth and the historic market town of Liskeard.
The Looe Town Council has fifteen elected members from all areas of Looe, which is now warded, the wards being: East Looe and St Martins and West Looe, Lansallos and Lanteglos. Members of the public will generally make enquiries of the Councillor they know or with whom they feel most comfortable.
Councillors are elected on a four yearly cycle, in May of the election year, and the Mayor from among, and by, the Councillors annually.
The Councillors are listed under the members section and they are happy to talk, listen and give advice on matters appertaining to Looe. Contact should be made through the Clerk to the Council between 9am – 3pm daily Monday to Friday.
The Council owns the Mariners and Fishermens Memorial Garden adjacent to the Health Centre and 2 Polkirt Arcade and we lease the Health Centre Patients Car Park.
We are also responsible for the Public Conveniences in Looe and for the Bowling Club/Putting Green at Hannafore.
The Council also runs the Tourist Information Centre. We operate from Looe Guildhall, located in East Looe and owned by East Looe Town Trust.
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Looe town Council is seeking to appoint a Project manager
Lantern Making Workshop – Saturday 18th October at the Quayside Shelter - POSTPONED
Unfortunately, due to the weather forecast for this Saturday, the Lantern Making Workshop to be held at the Quayside Shelter, West Looe has had to be postponed until Saturday 8th November.
The Lantern Making Workshop will now take place on Saturday 8th November from 9am to 3pm at the Millpool Centre, Millpool, West Looe.
Please note the change of venue, thank you.
We apologise for any inconvenience this may have caused and sincerely hope that you are still able to attend to make lanterns for either yourselves or for someone else to carry on the Lantern Procession to be held on Friday 5th December 2014.
We look forward to seeing you there.
All welcome (children must be accompanied by an adult).
Please contact Looe Town Council on 01503 262255 or
email: email@example.com to reserve your place.
Please come along and make your lanterns for the procession on Friday 5th December or perhaps make one for someone else to carry.
All materials will be provided by Looe Town Council.
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