Webcasts

Cornwall Council, Town and Parish, and the Police and Crime Commissioner elections information and results.

We webcast some of our most popular council meetings. 

Our meetings are currently taking place using an online video conference tool. Councillors and other attendees are joining from home. 

This means we have changed the way we broadcast our meetings to the public. We are using Microsoft teams to broadcast our meetings. Please read our help using Microsoft Teams below. 

Next webcasts

Watch a live meeting using Microsoft Teams

Please note these guidelines are for live meetings. You do not need to follow them to watch an archived meeting.

Using a desktop or laptop computer

  • Use the link to the live meeting which will be available on this page on the day of the meeting
  • A web page will open asking you to choose how you join the meeting
  • Choose watch on the web instead
  • Choose Join anonymously
  • Enter your name - Your name is not shown or recorded anywhere

Using a mobile phone or a tablet

  • You will need the Microsoft Teams application on your phone or tablet. You will be asked to download this if you do not already have it
  • Use the link to the live meeting which will be on this page on the day of the meeting
  • Download and install the teams application if you are asked to
  • Choose Join as a guest
  • Enter your name - Your name is not shown or recorded anywhere

Have your say

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. Cornwall Council 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.

Broadcast code

Cornwall Council has adopted a Broadcast Code. This allows the filming of all public meetings, and also covers:

  • Tweeting
  • blogging
  • recording

All are subject to a number of principles.

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