What Grange Town Council Does:

The Town Council:

  • Listens to and represents the Community;
  • Gives views, on behalf of the Community, on planning applications and other proposals that affect the Town;
  • Undertakes projects and schemes that benefit local residents and visitors;
  • Works in partnership with other bodies to enhance the Town;
  • Alerts other relevant authorities to problems that arise or work that needs to be undertaken;
  • Helps the other tiers of local government - District and County Councils - keep in touch with their local communities.
The Town Council has agreed specific aims and objectives.
These are in the Annual Action Plan which is decided and approved by the Town Councillors.
For the current Annual Action Plan CLICK HERE
 
Services and Assets
The Town Council is one of a number of authorities providing public services in Grange and has specific responsibility for the following:

 
The Victoria Hall
Grange Information Centre
Public Conveniences
Allotments
Recreation Facilities on the Prom
Band Concerts - Music in the Park
Gardens and Floral Displays
Grants - Bay Villa Trust
Banner sites
Christmas Lights
War Memorial