Torpoint Town Council
1-3 Buller Road, Torpoint, Cornwall PL11 2LD
Tel: 01752 814885

Torpoint Town Council logo competition - Win an iPad!

Torpoint Town Council is launching a Competition for anyone interested in art and design. The Competition is to design a logo for Torpoint Town Council which will subsequently be used on official stationery, posters, websites and brochures.  Submitted entries will be judged on their creativity, visual appeal and representation of areas and items of local interest which are relevant to the town of Torpoint.

Entries should be on a document which has a maximum paper size of A4 (21 cm x 29.7 cm) and must be accompanied by a completed application form, please click here.

The competition is open to any individual, company, group or organisation and the competition entry which is judged to be the winner with be awarded a prize of an iPad.  Logo designs must be submitted by Midnight on Thursday 30th November 2017 with a completed application form, via post or email to: Torpoint Town Council Logo Competition, 1 3 Buller Road, Torpoint, PL11 2LD, or


Terms and conditions of the competition are available here.


Welcome to TORPOINT

The Gateway of Cornwall

Torpoint lies at the mouth of the river Tamar, Cornwall, opposite Devonport dockyard and the city of Plymouth. The river is crossed here by three chain ferries, which carry cars, buses, trucks and pedestrians across the 500 yard wide tidal estuary. Torpoint is the Gateway of South East Cornwall and the Rame peninsula.

The town was developed to provide housing for workers at the dockyard, and naval facilities were also built around the town. At one time the main route from Plymouth to Cornwall was across the ferry, but the opening of the Tamar Bridge north of the town, the decline of employment at the dockyard, and the reduction in Royal Navy facilities has seen the focus of the town shift towards providing local employment, as well as providing housing for workers in Plymouth.

Nearby Antony House (now in the ownership of the National Trust) is the seat of the Carew-Pole family, whose forebears were responsible for much of the early developement of the town in the eighteenth century. The house contains an extensive portrait collection, and the surrounding gardens and park, laid out by Repton offer delightful walks with vistas across the estuary.


TORPOINT - Your place, your plan?

Have YOUR say about the future of YOUR Town

The next meeting of the Neighbourhood Development Plan Steering Group is on Monday 9th October 2017 at 7.00pm, Committee room, Council Chambers, 4 York Road.

If you have any questions, contact details are below:

Torpoint Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group (Working in partnership with Torpoint Town Council)


Tel: 01752 814165


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Torpoint Town Council logo competition - win an iPad!

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The Most Colourful ARTY PARTY Ever - Mon 23 Oct

Charity Fashion Show - Fri 3 Nov

RBL AGM - Wed 8 Nov

2 mins silence at 11.00am - Sat 11 Nov


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