Welcome to Kingsbridge Town Council
This is the website of Kingsbridge Town Council.
The aim is to provide a website which is easy to use, clear and concise to read, and without frills – just good, solid, useful information about the town council’s business.
To find out the DECISIONS made by the town council please read the various minutes from council and committee meetings and scroll down this home page for LATEST NEWS items.
We hope you enjoy this website and discover what you were looking for. If you didn’t – then please tell us – we are here to provide a service, to inform, and support you.
With our very best regards, the members and staff of Kingsbridge Town Council.
A copy of the Annual Report is available at the council office's or can be downloaded here
The Town Council is seeking the views of local residents regarding a proposed Trim Trail which would see outdoor exercise equipment installed in Duncombe Park, the Recreation Ground and Quay House grounds. It’s all about healthy living and promoting an active lifestyle; and the equipment will be suitable for a range of ages and abilities. Meetings have been held with various suppliers and the working group will be able to ‘show & tell’ what’s on offer with questionnaires available for you to complete. We need you to tell us what you think about this suggestion. Illustrations and information about the proposed equipment is available to view at the Council Offices 9.30am – 1pm Monday – Friday a copy of the Questionnaire is available to download here WORD and PDF, completed forms can be emailed back to firstname.lastname@example.org or returned to the Council Offices, Thank you.
Priorities for 2011 - 2015
Please click here to see the Town Council Priorities for 2011 - 2015
The Mayor's Charity's 2014-2015
The Mayor Councillor Wayne Grills has chosen The Royal British Legion Kingsbridge Branch as his charity to support this year.
The Royal British Legion is the UK's leading Armed Forces charity. We provide practical, emotional and financial support to all members of the British Armed Forces past and present, and their families. We actively campaign to improve their lives and safequard the Military Covenant between the nation and its Armed Forces. We also organise the Poppy Appeal, run one of the UK's largest membership organisations and are recognised as the nations's custodian of Remembrance. Our mission is to provide welfare, comradeship, representation and Remembrance for the Armed Forces Community.