Monday to Thursday 9am to 5pm
Friday 9am to 4:30pm
Latest time for accepting Cornwall Council payments (e.g. Council Tax/Rent payments) is 4.30pm Monday to Thursday and 4pm on Friday
The Library and Council Offices will be closed on Good Friday and Easter Monday.
NOTICE OF CONCLUSION OF AUDIT
The external audit of the Town Council's accounts was completed on 8 September 2018
To view the official notice of conclusion of audit and the Annual Governance and Accountability Return for the 2017/18 financial year, please visit the Annual Accounts page.
Penryn Town Council has sixteen Councillors with its offices based in the heart of the town, at Penyn Library in St Thomas Street.
Penryn was founded in 1216 and has had a Mayor since 1621 when the town received its Royal Charter. It is one of Cornwall's most ancient towns with a wealth of charm, character and history.
Standing at the head of the Penryn River, it occupies a sheltered position and was a port of some significance in the 15th century.
It was a planted town designed to stimulate economic activity and was already a thriving port, with lively markets and fairs in the main square, by the late 16th century while neighbouring Falmouth was only beginning to develop.
Little remains of the original Glasney College, but in 2015, the 750th anniversary of its founding, a project for the Penryn Arts Festival led by Penryn based artists Simon Persighetti and Katie Etheridge, recreated the original footprint on the site of Glasney College.