St Kew Parish Council

St Kew Parish Council welcomes you to our Parish in beautiful North Cornwall. We hope that you enjoy the site and welcome any comments. The Parish of St Kew lies in a relatively sheltered area of North Cornwall. Rising land protects its northern and western boundaries from the excesses of the Atlantic gales. Its southern boundary is provided by the River Allen, alongside which runs the main road between Wadebridge and Camelford. The Parish contains a number of scattered villages and hamlets including: Chapel Amble, Pendoggett, St Kew, St Kew Highway, Tregellist, Trequite, Trelill, Trewethen and Trewethern (two different places). St Kew, which gives its name to the parish is located approximately centrally. Click here to find us on the map. The Council operates an open policy and Parishioners and visitors are always welcome to attend our meetings held on the second Tuesday of each month in the Parish Hall at 7.30 pm. There is a short adjournment after the start of the meeting to enable Parishioners to air their views.

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