The Town Council
Frodsham Town Council is an elected body of 16 representatives. Although it has limited powers, it provides a focal point for local issues and initiatives. Councillors also endeavour to ensure that the Borough Council properly understands the Town's local views and concerns.
Information & Advice
Our aim is to provide easy access to information, advice & services efficiently and cost-effectively.
Inspecting Documents: You can inspect documents, which are in the public domain
(for example: minutes of meetings, Council reports and planning applications etc) in the Town Council
Office. You are also free to download documents included in these pages. We will provide copies of documents, on
request, for a charge to partially cover costs.
Click on Charges to see details.
Attending Meetings: The Council meets monthly in the Arts Centre, Castle Park. We welcome members of the public to attend these meetings and, with prior notice, provide an opportunity for them to air their views and concerns. The local press are also invited to attend. Click on the link in the right panel of this page for the latest minutes and agendas.
• Allotments: The Council provides 27 allotments for residents at three sites (7 at Ashton Drive,
and 10 each at Kingsway & London Road). Plots are let for a small charge subject to Tenancy Agreement.
• Bus Shelters: We provide & maintain 11 bus shelters (on Bridge Lane, High Street, Main Street,
Chester Road & Kingsley Road). Click on
Stops & Shelters to see the full list.
• Footpaths & Bridle Ways: We monitor, maintain & promote public rights of way in the
Town in conjunction with appropriate agencies.
• Litter Bins: We work with the Borough Council to ensure adequate provision & maintenance.
• Play Grounds: Click on Play Grounds
to see details.
• Recreation Grounds, Public Walks & Open Spaces: We endeavour to preserve the Town’s
recreation grounds (Crowmere Lake, Churchfields, Hob Hey Wood, Fluin Lane & London Road Fields,
Manley Road Copse, Marl Pits, Marshlands Tree Garden & the Wild Flower Meadow in Overton Memorial Field) and
and our open spaces wherever possible.
• Roadside Seats: We have installed 30 roadside seats and, in addition, maintain three privately
owned seats in the Town. Click on
Seats to see the full list and the Policy on Seats & Commemorative
• Town Clock: The clock is located in the Town Centre on the junction of High Street & Main
• Grants: We provide grants for local clubs and organisations. All applications must satisfy the
criteria for award of a grant. Click on Criteria for details.
• Organised Events: We organise social and special interest events through the year, often with the
support of partners and co-operation of groups/individuals. Click on Events Diary
for details of forthcoming events.
• Newsletter: The Frodsham Bee is incorporated in the Frodsham Life magazine - delivered
free-of-charge to all households in the town.
Further details of all services are available from the Town Council Office.
In its role of Trustees of Registered Charities, the Council manages the following accounts on behalf of the
Consulting the People
Regular Meetings: Councillors meet with representatives of the local community regularly to
discuss issues relating to general amenities in the town.
Periodic Consultations & Surveys: We consult the residents and conduct public opinion surveys on
specific services periodically. Past consultations include:
Dealing with Fault
If you wish to comment on our service provision or to report a fault in an amenity provided by the Town Council,
you can e-mail us by clicking on FTC or notify the Council Office
in writing, by telephone or personal visit (see our Contact Details).