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 Camelford Town Council Minutes
Carnival 2003...2004
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Enfield Park Reopens 2005
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 Christmas Lights 2002...2003...
Lorry Crash 2005




"2009 saw Camelford celebrate the anniversary of receiving its Town Charter
 - a month-long programme of entertainment, exhibitions and pageantry"

North Cornwall Museum..Used To Be Egg Company Premises Souls Harbour Pentecostal Church...Formerly A Dance Hall In The War Years Traffic Congestion The Lorries Are The Problem
Looking Down Fore Street Walkey's Shop Historic Town Hall With Public Library & Pop In Centre For The Elderly Famous Camel On Town Hall With Clock
Darlington Inn Sir James Smith School Founder, Lived Here Warmington House Town Hall Entrance To  Weekly Cinema In The War Years
View Of The Chapel In Market Place Entrance Arch To Enfield Park Children's Playground In The Park River Camel with Easy Fish Way On Left
Lovely Enfield Park A Safe Place To Play An Imposing Building A Camelford Awkway or Is It?
Old Town Drinking Water Pump Beauty Of The River Camel Awkway To Advent Church The River Camel Bends
Lovely Walk Close To The Town Centre A Peaceful Scene On The Walk Fallen Tree Trunk In The River Camel A Lovely Old Bridge
Camelford Police Station Bowood Golf Club Celtic Cross At Sportsmans
Entrance To Old Sir James Smiths Grammar School...Now NCDC & Town Council Offices View Seen By So Many Grammar School Children Sir James Smiths Comprehensive School & Sports Hall
Early 20th Century View Of Market Place Hello! Hello! Policeman On Duty By The Town Hall Wakefields Printers Were Based At What is Now Nat West Bank Not Much has Changed In 2002 But The Tree Has Grown!
Camelford in 1908 Advert for Camelford In Early 1900s Town Hall in 1908

Picture probably taken in the 1950s?
Pictured are L to R: Eric Leivesly, Eric Martin, Doreen Martin (Employees of Braunds Garage) & Rosa Ann Braund.
BP & Shell petrol was sold at the garage & they were RAC & AA registered. On the extreme left of the picture can be seen an AA motor bike & sidecar which was driven between Camelford & Bude by Les Treweeks. Les, like all AA motor bike & sidecar staff, would salute all cars with the AA badge. (Those were the days!).
The Jaguar car on the right of picture probably belonged to a customer. & the Rover car outside the garage belonged to Braunds.
Photograph kindly supplied by John Braund who now lives in Canada

Council meetings are held at Camelford Hall, Clease Road, starting at 1915hrs.
The first fifteen minutes of these meetings is for any public who wish to speak to the Council.
The Full Council meeting is held on the third Tuesday in each month  

For any details people can ring the Town Clerk LEE Dunkley on 01840 212880 or Fax: 01840 212880

Town Forum Working Group
Meet every third Wednesday at the NCDC Offices, College Road, Camelford
  Start time 1900 hrs. members of the public are encouraged to join in with the meeting and have their say.
 For any details people can ring the Forum Secretary Jenni Tarring on 01208 841329


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