Evesham Town Council
Welcome to Evesham Town Council
Evesham Town Council is at the most local level of government, sitting below Worcestershire County Council and Wychavon District Council. The Town Council is a statutory consultee on planning applications, which feeds into the District Council’s decision making, and is a provider of grant funding for local groups and organisations. Events which are supported by the Town Council include the River Festival, the Angling Festival, the Festival of Brass and the Battle of Evesham Festival.
The Almonry Museum is a key part of the Town Council’s work, and other properties managed by the Town Council include the Town Hall and, via its role as Custodian Trustee, Wallace House Community Centre. The Town Council maintains the All Saints churchyard and is responsible for the cemeteries on Waterside and in Hampton as well as the Battleton Brook Open Space.
The Town Council is also responsible for many aspects of local life around the town, including the floral displays in the town centre, the charter market, the Christmas lights and the Mop Fair.
The Council comprises 24 councillors representing the eight wards of Abbey, Avon, Bengeworth, Fairfield, Great Hampton, Little Hampton, Twyford and South, and is administered by a small team of officers led by the Town Clerk.
Contact The Council
We would love to hear your feedback about any issues concerning you. Please visit our contact page to get in touch.
Meet The Councillors
Meet the Councillors, view contact information and the Councillor’s Register of Interests.
Our area has a fascinating history. Visit our History page to find out more about the history of our town.
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