As from Monday 13 December 2021 until further notice the Town Hall will be operating in accordance with Government Covid-19 Guidelines and entry will be by appointment only by telephoning 01780 753808

Please note that masks must be worn in the Town Hall.


 Stamford Town Council have vacancies in Priory Road and Uffington Road Allotments. To apply, the application form may be found here https://bit.ly/3x9u7KB

 

 To view the letter to Stamford Retail Outlets encouraging them to reduce plastic waste and be part of the plastic free Stamford initiative, click HERE
 To join the 'Refill' project, go to https://www.refill.org.uk

  

 

 

Welcome to the Stamford Town Council Website

 

Stamford Town Council was formerly a Borough Council, prior to the local government reorganisation in 1974. Although called a Town Council, its responsibilities and powers are the same as any Parish Council, with certain civic duties that it is required to undertake within its parish boundary. Responsibilities include the management of the cemetery, the town’s allotments, the Recreation Ground and the town Meadows. In addition, the councillors are appointed as trustees of the Harry Skells Estate Trust and administer the funds available from the Trust.

South Kesteven District Council is responsible for activities such as waste collection, recycling, planning and environmental health, licences, litter bins, markets, parking permits, public toilets, street cleaning, and tree preservation.

Lincolnshire County Council responsibilities include: Adult social Care, Children's Services, Education, Highways, Street Lighting, Libraries, Trading Standards, Fire & Rescue, Registration and Celebratory Services.

 
Feel free to have a look around our website and understand more about our lovely town, including plenty of information regarding council events, activities and more!


For information regarding Nuisance Parking, please see 'Services' above and select 'Community Services'

 

  Please see the Events Page for the current status of individual events.