Webcasts

We webcast some of our most popular council meetings, including:

  • Full Council
  • Cabinet
  • Strategic Planning Committee
  • All Member Briefings
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We also webcast other meetings of general public interest. Please check back here to view our latest list of upcoming webcasts.

Our webcasts are available to watch online for six months following the date of the meeting.

Email reminders

You can receive email reminders about our upcoming live webcasts. Visit our list of scheduled webcasts, select a webcast of interest and enter your email address. We will send you email reminders with a link to the webcast. You will receive an email 24 hours ahead of the webcast, another email one hour before the meeting, and a third email when the meeting is due to start.

If you missed any of our recent webcasts you can catch up with our Archived webcasts listed below.

We welcome your comments on any of our webcasts. Please note however, that attendees at the meeting may not be able to read your comments until after the meeting has finished.  

Twitter

Twitter users may also tweet us at #CCwebcast.

Please note:  Cornwall Council is not responsible for any tweets posted on Twitter.com and has no control to moderate, remove or otherwise, any content on Twitter. All opinions (tweets) or images posted on Twitter.com are public information as they have been posted on a public forum. Cornwall Council is not affiliated with Twitter.com or any third party investors or contributors of that site.

Feedback

You can submit comments on any of our webcast meetings (live or archived) using the feedback link on the toolbar above the webcast

If you have missed any of our webcasts or would like to watch a meeting again, you can view it from our archive. Index points allow you to jump to a specific agenda point or speaker.

Webcasts are normally archived within an hour after the meeting has finished. Archived webcasts are available to watch for  up to six months after the live date.

Cornwall Council has adopted a Broadcast Code which allows the filming of all public meetings, and also covers Tweeting, blogging or recording, subject to a number of principles.