The Parish of Lezant is an agricultural parish in North Cornwall measuring and is designated an Area of Great Landscape Value with part of the parish being within the Tamar Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The parish is situated between Launceston to the north and Callington to the south. The population of the Lezant Parish in the United Kingdom Census (2011) census was 756. The major centres of population are based around six villages: Lezant, Trebullett, Trekenner, Treburley, Rezare and Higher Larrick.
Lezant Parish, Lezant village, Trebullett, Trekenner, Treburley, Rezare, Higher Larrick, St Briochus Parish Church, Trebullet Methodist Church, Trekenner County Primary School, St Briochus Parish Church Hall, Trebullet Methodist Church Hall, Lezant Parish playing field Jubilee Field, Treburley Social Club, Treburley industrial estate, Treburley Garage, motor repair workshop, Springer Spaniel public house, Restaurant, River Inny, River Tamar, Little Comfort, Greystone Quarry, A388, Launceston, Callington,Monthly Parish Magazine
The main role of a Parish Councillor is to represent the views of all residents within the Parish and to listen to, and understand, the views and needs of different groups in the community, such as young and older people.
Lezant Parish Council currently has one Councillor Vacancy
Lezant Parish Council invites applications from members of the public interested in being co-opted to the Parish Council.