Cornwall Rural Community Council
CRCC is a Cornish Charity that informs and guides local groups and individuals to achieve their aspirations and develop sustainable, inclusive communities.
It is part of a network of 38 Community Councils across England, all sharing the aim of enhancing rural communities. There is a staff of 23 full-time and 39 part-time – many are out in the field offering face to face support and information and are complemented by a small robust core of staff supporting them.
FEATURED VIDEO: DRECKLY FISH
Newlyn based fishermen Kevin, Francis and Andrew’s top priority is to achieve the best price for their catch. To add value and get maximum return to maintain a career in the local fishing industry, they decided to explore new digital grounds and ideas.
Who we help
CRCC provides support to a wide variety of groups and individuals and embraces equality and diversity. The support can be, for example, with rural communities, minority and excluded groups, BME communities, those in poverty or unemployed, providing a voice for those with views on health and social care services and also enabling community groups to bring to fruition community projects and social enterprises.
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Please note CRCC is accredited at Level 3 of the ACRE Standards, which are endorsed by the Charity Commission.