Social Media

Cornwall Council has a Social Media Policy and uses social media tools such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Vimeo as an accessible, engaging, transparent and cost effective form of communication. You can keep up to date and follow Cornwall Council on a variety of social media platforms:

Twitter accounts

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Cornwall Council - join the conversation, and stay up to the minute on news, views and announcements from the Cornwall Council communications team and services across the Council.

Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service  - aimed at those who’d like to know more about what’s going on within CFRS and a chance for followers to have their say. @CornwallFRS informs followers on events, activities, news, partnership schemes/programs, incidents and ways, for those who wish, to help support the service. Many of our community fire stations also have their own twitter accounts so you can follow your local fire crews. 

Archie the Fire Dog - has his very own 'pawesome' twitter account to give a dog's eye view of community safety. 

CC Jobs and Careers - Cornwall Council's jobs and careers official Twitter account; Tweeting career tips, latest jobs and opportunities. Updated 9.00am-5.00pm, Monday-Friday.

Cornwall Trading Standards - warning of scams and giving consumer advice.

Cornwall Civic Office - news about the work of the Chairman of  Cornwall Council. 

Cornwall Council - like us on Facebook and help celebrate Cornwall, its culture, environment, people and places. Why not post your own Cornwall pictures, videos and events? Plus, keep up to date with news and events from Cornwall Council.

Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service - Partner to the Twitter account the CFRS Facebook page is to inform and to actively engage with its followers. It is a place to find out everything that’s going on within the Service and also links through to other areas of interest within the council and partners. The page is also a place for followers to contact us and express their views or ask us a question.

Public Protection - partner to the Twitter account, this is news and information from the Council's Public Protection & Business Support Service 

Kresen Kernow -  our archives and Cornish studies service gives up to date information about the building of the new archive as well as providing event information and online snippets from some of the half a million original documents, rare books, photographs and newspapers relating to Cornwall's history.

Cornwall Adult Education Service - like our page to receive updates on Adult Education courses and events in your area. From qualifications to leisure courses we have something for you.  Would you like a new course in your area? Send us a message and we’ll see if we can help. We also offer courses for businesses such as apprenticeships, families and community organisations.

Cornwall Council  - This channel showcases some of the films we have made and films that have been produced for us. We will work to keep it updated with new content so be sure to keep checking back.

Cornwall Council also webcasts Full Council, Cabinet and Strategic Planning Meetings, as well as individual meetings where a high level of public interest is expected.

The webcasts are accompanied by a Twitter feed, which automatically includes Tweets that use the hashtag #ccwebcast and viewers can also contribute to the chat function and join others in debating, and talking, about a particular agenda point.

You can find out more about our webcasting, watch our archived webcasts and see a list of upcoming events on our webcast page