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Remembrance Sunday and Armistice day 2020 - This year there will be no formal ceremony but let's see Looe's windows full of Poppies to give thanks to our brave community:

There will be no formal laying of poppy wreaths on Remembrance Sunday but organisations and individuals can place poppy wreaths on the war memorial at a time and date of their convenience. As ever wreaths will be maintained by Looe RBL as part of their ongoing care of the war memorial. Wreaths can be obtained by contacting Looe RBL President, and Poppy Appeal Organiser, Mr David Bryan on telephone number 01503 264130.

Due to Government advice Looe Town Council are unable to hold face-to-face meetings, this is to protect members, staff and residents. In order for Looe Town Council to continue to work for the best interest of our residents, we will hold discussions and make decisions electronically and have amended our standing orders in line with new Government legislation accordingly. Full Council meeting Agendas will continue to be published and members of the public are able to join electronically by emailing the Town Clerk - mel@looetowncouncil.gov.uk three working days before the meeting.

CLIMATE CHANGE - Click here to see a list of ten easy to implement pledges, to help achieve global carbon reduction.

You can report many issues to Cornwall Council like pot holes, missed rubbish/recycling collections, street lighting, breach of planning control etc etc.  Click here to access Cornwall Council online reporting forms www.cornwall.gov.uk/report-it/

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PUBLIC CONVENIENCES

Looe Town Council have reopened their toilets at Hannafore, West Looe quay and Millpool (West Looe) and the Guildhall and Seafront (East Looe) between 9am and 8pm daily. Please obey the safety measures we have put in place and avoid waiting on the hatched areas. We would ask that you respect other users, our cleaning operatives and the 2 metre social distancing

Video Message from Mayor, Cllr Martin Gregory- restrictions.Please Stay Safe

COVID-19 LETS FACE THIS TOGETHER SAFELY

General Support Requests Telephone: 01503 804099
Need to talk to someone or seek emotional support, please call our Befriending Service on:
01503 804101

As Your Town Council we are taking Everyone’s well being very seriously. We are pulling together to give all residents a central place to contact if they need help, though our Pandemic Coordination Group. In these difficult times we must all help each other. And feel able to ask for help. We want to take this opportunity to thank our Fantastic local volunteers for being part of Looe Town Councils #viralkindness Whatever you are worried about you, your family, friends, neighbours or relatives call our specially set up helpline on 01503 804099, we are here waiting to help.



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 Looe, which is now warded, the wards being: East Looe and West Looe. 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 is elected from among, and by, the Councillors annually.

The Councillors and Officers are listed on this website 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 – 12.30pm daily Monday to Friday.  Please telephone 01503 262255 or email enquiries@looetowncouncil.gov.uk to make an appointment.

The Town Council owns the Looe Library and Information Centre adjacent to the Millpool Car Park in West Looe, the Mariners Garden and Fishermens Memorial Garden adjacent to the Health Centre together with 2 Polkirt Arcade, Higher Market Street, East Looe. The Town Council lease the Health Centre Patients Car Park and the Allotment site at St Martins which is currently run by the Looe Allotment and Community Garden Association and we are also responsible for the Public Conveniences in Looe.

The Council also runs the Visitor Information Centre, promoting Looe as a holiday destination.

Looe Town Council, Looe Library and Community Hub, The Millpool, West Looe PL13 2AF

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(c) Last updated 27th October 2020