In 1989 Point Quay was put up for sale having been in private ownership since 1915. Concern was expressed amongst local residents that the area might be blighted by over-development. The local Parish Council of Feock called a public meeting at which they proposed to purchase the land comprising Point Quay and a small orchard nearby. After a sucessful bid by the Parish Council, £45,000 was raised as a mortgage and a further £30,000 was raised by public appeal.

Point Quay Association leases the Quay and Orchard from Feock Parish Council. The Association's role is to manage the property as a public amenity on behalf of the Parish Council. The Association also organises fund raising events.

Membership of the Association is open to all residents of the Parish of Feock over the age of 18. There are no fees or subscriptions.

The committee consists of 9 members elected at the annual general meeting, normally to serve for three years. The Parish Council appoint two further members as their representatives.

Contact us If you would like to find out more about the work of the association or about becoming a member.