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Cornwall Association of Local Councils

Supporting Local Councils in Cornwall

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County Executive Officer: Sarah Mason
Unit 1, 1 Riverside House
Heron Way Newham, Truro

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    Promoting and developing the work of local councils at district, regional and national levels.

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    Advice and Information

    Keeping you up-to-date with legislation and best practice.

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    Training & Development

    Comprehensive training programme for councils, councilors and clerks to build on your skills and knowledge.

Welcome to Cornwall Association of Local Councils

The Cornwall Association of Local Councils is the membership association for parish and town councils in the Duchy. The Association offers support in all aspects of the work of local councils in Cornwall.

Kowethas Kernow Konsels Leek yw an Gowethas Eseleth rag Konsels y'n Dugeth. An Gowethas a wra profya skoodhyans yn pub enepik oll ober Konsels leek yn Kernow.

Formed by Parish Councils - Run for Parish Councils - Delivering to Parish Councils

The Cornwall Association of Local Councils is the County Association affiliated to the National Association of Local Councils (NALC), the only body in the country specialising in the work of Parish and Town Councils and Parish Meetings.

The Association is the first point of contact for member local councils in need of advice on a range of topics, ranging from legal, financial and technical to more general advice.

Latest News

GDPR Toolkit

Wed, 07 Mar 2018 14:13 by Catherine Everest

NALC's recently issued GDPR Toolkit is now available for members to download


Mon, 26 Feb 2018 12:07 by Catherine Everest

Since our last publication, there are 2 new Legal Topic Notes. These are as follows:


Mon, 26 Feb 2018 11:29 by Catherine Everest

Following receipt of consultation documents issued by the Government, NALC have reviewed, summarised and issued a set of questions requesting feedback.

The 5 new consultation documents are as follows: