Crewe Town Council was formed, as a result of a referendum, in April 2013. The Council took over from the Crewe 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 top five largest councils in the country. The people of Crewe are represented by 19 Labour members and one independent who were elected in Spring 2013.  The next elections are due in 2015.

The vision for the Town Council is a simple one: to be a strong voice representing the best interests of the people of the Town.

The Town Council has reviewed its priorities and formulated its first Strategic Plan which we hope will help the Town to thrive economically and to improve year-on-year as a place to live, work or visit. The Council is based in the St Paul’s Community Centre, Hightown, Crewe CW1 3BY. If you wish to make contact with the Town Clerk (Steve McQuade) please email using or call on (01270) 756975 or write to us using the above address.

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