On Tuesday 10th May, Crewe Town Council elected its fourth Mayor at their Annual Town Council Meeting held at Ruskin Community High School. 95 Squadron (Crewe) ATC Drum Corps and the Co-operative Funeralcare Band North West marked the start of proceedings with a spectacular fanfare and percussion piece as Councillor Dennis Straine-Francis processed in to […]
Since the Council decision on Tuesday to initiate legal action in relation to the three sites in Crewe (Ford Lane, Walker Street and Hulme Street) who have chosen to reject the offer of a direct lease from the Council questions have been raised from sites as to how this affects the individual plot holders who […]
The inaugural Steampunk Convivial will blow into Crewe over the second May Bank Holiday and the people of Crewe are invited to get behind the event and welcome folk with an interest in the Steampunk genre for a few days of fun. There are a range of events including: Evening events on Friday, Saturday, Sunday […]
Crewe Town Council was formed, as a result of a referendum, in April 2013. The Council took over from the Charter Trustees who had been responsible for civic functions in Crewe since Crewe and Nantwich Borough Council was absorbed into Cheshire East Borough Council in 2009. The Town Council on the basis of the population of Crewe is believed to be one of the five largest councils in the country. The people of Crewe are represented by 20 members who were elected in May 2015 to serve a four year term.
The vision for the Town Council is a simple one: to be a strong voice representing the best interests of the people of Crewe.
The Council is based in the St Paul’s Community Centre, Hightown, Crewe CW1 3BY. To contact the Council please use the ‘contact’ tab in the menu bar above. To contact any of your Town Councillors please find them via the details here.
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