Cornwall Councillors have been elected to represent you at County Hall. Their primary role is to act as an advocate for the best interests of the people they serve.
This can cover a magnitude of things, including lobbying on local issues, working to resolve local conflicts and influencing local service delivery. They also play a central role in making decisions that impact both their electoral division and the whole of Cornwall.
You can find out who your Cornwall Councillor is below. We've given each elected representative in this area their own space to keep you – their constituents – updated with their latest work, news and updates.
You can also find their contact details by clicking on their profile.