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Latest Parish News


A vacancy has arisen on the Parish Council. If you think that you have got what it takes to be a Councillor please contact the  Parish Clerk for more details. The Notice of the Vacancy can be viewed following the links to Parish Council Documents- Notices.

Community Governance and Boundary Review

Notes from the Meeting held on 29th May at Trewidland Village Hall

To view the Community Governance and Boundary Review submission from the Parish Council please look under 'Parish Council, Other Documents'

Beware Scam Telephone Calls

Follow this link for details of telephone scams


Do you want to volunteer in your community? Follow this link to find out how you can volunteer.

Councillor Contact Details

Please note that Members' contact details can be found in The Villager Magazine. Follow the link on this website.

Dobwalls and Trewidland Parish Council Privacy Notice

Your privacy is very important and great care is taken to protect it. Your data will only be shared in very specific circumstances and only with your permission. The Council's General Privacy Notice can be viewed and downloaded on this website by following the link to Policies and Procedures. If you have any questions about your privacy, contact the Data Protection Officer using the enquiries link below.

Dobwalls and Trewidland is a rural parish in south east Cornwall, situated to the south and east of Liskeard. The largest villages are Dobwalls and Doublebois, through which run the main railway line to Penzance. Formerly a major bottleneck for holidaymakers, Dobwalls is now a quiet village bypassed to the north by the A38 dual carriageway.

Trewidland is a small village in the south of the parish, served by country lanes and Causeland railway station on the Looe  Valley line. Both Dobwalls and Trewidland have primary schools, and there are two shops and a pub in Dobwalls.

Much of the parish is agricultural, with steep sided wooded coombes. There are small industrial units in Dobwalls and Doublebois. Many of the old farm buildings and cottages have been converted to holiday accommodation.

The southern part of the parish is bordered on the west by the East Looe river and the Liskeard and Looe Union Canal, which then cuts across the parish to Moorswater, just to the north of the parish. The Looe Valley Railway runs alongside the canal, which it replaced for the transportation of  sand and lime in the mid nineteenth century.

Coronavirus - COVID19

Please view the Parish Council's Policy on how it will conduct its business during this crisis. There will be no meetings of the Parish Council for the foreseeable future but its business will continue.

East Cornwall Public Health Message - COVID 19. View

Cornwall Council COVID-19 Community Toolkit. The toolkit can also be viewed in Parish Council Documents.

COVID-19 Key Support Links for public support.

ELECTORAL BOUNDARIES - Please see the link below which shows the new Electoral Boundaries for Cornwall


Dobwalls and Trewidland Neighbourhood Development Plan

The Plan and its progress can be viewed on https://www.dobwallsandtrewidlandplan.org.uk/ or follow the 'Useful Links' page of this website and click on the Link.


Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 S.14: Temporary Prohibition of Traffic

Location:         B3251 at Lower Clicker to B3252 Rosemary Cottage

Timing:           2nd March 2021 to 3rd March 2021 (19:00 to 06:00 hours)

Contact:          BT Tel: 03700500792 or surveys@sunbeltrentals.co.uk

The above closure has been approved.   Please click the following link to view a map and associated documents:



Please watch this space for planning applications to be considered and if you have a comment to make on any application please let the Clerk have it within the specified timeframe for that application, follow the Cornwall Council link to the Planning Portal to view applications in full.

Current Applications:


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