Old Police Station, Market Hall St, Kington, HR5 3DP
01544 239098
clerk@kingtontowncouncil.gov.uk


   Welcome to the Town Council website 

 There is a variety of information under the headings in the left-hand menu on this page. 
Click on the headings to find what you are looking for.

For information about specific council business, including meetings of the Recreation Ground Trust, click on the Council information heading at the top of this page. 
To find the meeting you are looking for, click on meeting dates, agendas and minutes in the left-hand menu of the Council Information page.  We are open to the public at the following times:  before you visit , please phone to check that we are open as staff are sometimes required to attend meetings or training sessions elsewhere at these times. 


 

TEMPORARY LIBRARY CLOSURE - PLEASE NOTE
While the Kington Centre is closed for refurbishment, the 'Services' desk and  library computers are not available.  For a list of Herefordshire Council's departments and relevant phone numbers click HERE to be taken to our information page.

Marches Access Point, in Market Hall Street, are opening 10-5 on weekdays to allow more access to computers while the library computers are out of action.  MAP are also selling green garden waste sacks during this period 

 


 

 Office open times for Kington Town Council
w/beginning Monday 4 May 2015

Monday: closed 
Tuesday: closed
Wednesday: closed
Thursday: OPEN 2-4pm
Friday: closed
This is is due to staff holidays 

 Our next Council meeting will be at 7pm, **Monday 18 MAY**
Training Room, Old Police Station, Market Hall Street, Kington. 
Members of the public are warmly invited to attend 

(**This is because of the parish and town council elections on 7 May) 


ENSURING OUR FUTURE - Community Asset Transfer discussions

We are in consultation with Herefordshire Council over potential Community Asset Transfers Follow the links below for more information 

Click HERE to see a copy of the presentation on the Community Asset Transfer scheme. Click HERE to see a copy of the report on the proposed use of the Library as a Wellbeing Hub. This is the report from a seminar held on 20 March 2015