Battle Town Council
General information and latest updates:
Rescheduled meetings - Please note the Finance & General Purposes meeting scheduled for 25th September has been moved to 1st October and the Environment Committee meeting scheduled for 1st October has been rescheduled to Tuesday 22nd October.
Marley Ward - Councillor vacancy - There is currently a vacancy for a Councillor for the Marley Ward. See the news section of the website for further details.
Meet the Councillors - Town Councillors will be available to talk and listen to residents, businesses and visitors on the Abbey Green on Friday 20th September from 9 am to 2.30pm about proposed plans to improve the town.
Remembrance Sunday 2019 - Battle Town Council are working with others to arrange this year’s parade and Act of Remembrance on Sunday 10th November. Any group wishing to join the parade or lay a wreath at this commemorative event is asked to contact the Town Clerk via email to email@example.com or telephone 01424 772210 by Monday 30th September (04/09/2019)
Mount Street overflow car park closure - The car park will be closed from Monday 9th September for 2 weeks to allow essential maintenance and bay marking. For further details follow this link to our news page (13/08/19)
Annual memorial inspection - The Council has completed this year's annual safety inspection of the memorials/headstones at Battle Cemetery and St Mary's churchyard. Visitors to the cemetery are asked NOT to reinstall any memorial which has been laid down as all pairs need to be carried out by a qualified stonemason. Anyone wishing to discuss the inspection or a memorial which has been laid down is invited to contact the office. (09/08/2019)
High Street skate ramp - The council are fund raising to replace the skate ramp on Battle High Street. Further details can be found using this link skate ramp project
The Town Council office is open from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday to Friday
Full Council meetings are held on the third Tuesday of each month. Dates, times and venues of these meetings are advertised on several notice boards throughout the town and are available on the webiste. Members of the public are most welcome to attend and speak to Members about any issues during the public session or just sit and listen.
Ongoing project information can also be found on this website along with an opportunity to sign up to receive news posts automatically.
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