This is Winchcombe Town Council’s official website, containing information about its committees, councillors and officers and their functions and activities
The Council’s current Chair is Jim Mason
and ViceChair is Roland Parsloe
Our office is open during the following times:
Responsibilities of the Council
Winchchcombe Town Council as a statutory body and is the most local level of government, having an important role in promoting the town, representing its interests and supporting the work of different groups in the community.
The Town Council has a number of formal powers, includingthe provision of:
- bus shelters
- community centres
- consultation on neighbourhood planning
- grants to help local organisations
- play areas and play equipment
- public clocks
FORMAL REPRESENTATIONS BY WINCHCOMBE TOWN COUNCIL ON PLANNING APPLICATION 21 ⁄ 00496 ⁄ FUL
At a meeting of Winchcombe Town Council held on Wednesday 2nd June 2021 after careful and due consideration the Town Council formally OBJECTS to the proposed development application
This statement sets out Winchcombe Town Council’s views on the above proposed development
- To download a PDF copy, please click, please click here
MINUTES OF COUNCIL AND COMMITTEE MEETINGS PUBLISHED
Minutes of meetings signed off for publication
UNIVERSAL CREDIT GUIDE
Universal Credit is a payment to help with your living costs. It’s paid monthly - or twice a month for some people in Scotland. You may be able to get it if you’re on a low income, out of work or you cannot work. Universal Credit is being rolled out to replace Jobseeker’s Allowance, Housing Benefit, Working Tax Credit, Child Tax Credit, Employment & Support Allowance and Income Support. The full rollout of Universal Credit is scheduled for completion in 2024.
For more information, available at the Universal Credit guide, please click here
To minimise the risk of COVID-19 to our staff and customers, we are limiting face to face contact as much as possible. We would ask that you do not visit our council office unless it is absolutely essential.
You can contact us by either using the online form, by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone on 01 242 604087 during normal office hours (9:00am and 12:00pm).