Fowey - Small town

Fowey is a small town, civil parish, was the main port, elected two members, the unreformed house and has two schools, Fowey. Fowey holds an annual Christmas craft market, is in the South Coast of the Cornwall Area, has thrived as a port for hundreds. Beacon tower was erected on the Gribben Head by Trinity House. The Fowey Harbour Commissioners were established by an Act of Parliament. The Par line was converted to a dedicated roadway for lorries. The Royal National Lifeboat Institution established Fowey Lifeboat Station near the Town Quay. Government responsibilities are shared by the town council. Name is believed to be of a Methodist preacher at the time. Fowey Parish Church The church is dedicated to Saint Finbarr. The church was used as a town hall for a period, is in located OS Grid Square SS2015. The monuments include two brasses of the mid, 15th century. Fowey railway station closed to passengers in the 1965 Lostwithiel. St Austell Bus Station connecting buses operate to other places. The Royal Fowey Yacht Club is based on the harbour front. The Town Council has a limited number of permit parking spaces. Tourism is replacing farming as the important industry in the area.

Small town, Civil parish, Small town, Civil parish, Main port, South Coast of the Cornwall Area, Busy trawlers