Lewes Town Council

Lewes Town Council

Lewes Town Council

Lewes Town Council

Lewes Town Council is one of the 300 largest of the 10,000-or-so Parish Councils in England and Wales, with expenditure budgeted at just over £1million. It is the successor to Lewes Borough Council, which was incorporated in 1881.

We are based at the Town Hall, in the High Street, which has been the home of Lewes’ local Council since 1893. More here


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Online meetings

PUBLIC ATTENDANCE at Council meetings online – Covid-19 emergency arrangements: For the foreseeable future, the Council has taken advantage of provisions in emergency legislation which allow meetings to be held online.  Agenda and supporting papers will be published...

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A message from the Mayor

As I write, the sun still shines, but most people in Lewes are hunkered down at home hoping that the unseen threat passes them by. Although social distancing has created space between people, it has not separated us from each other. Social media is often criticised...

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Covid-19 -Emergency funding for community assistance

Lewes Town Council has earmarked funds which may be available to community groups and organizations working to assist the town community during the crisis.  These may be existing community groups and associations (eg foodbanks), or simply small groups of neighbours...

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Covid-19 – the Council’s position; useful info & links

updated 4:30pm  30th June 2020 Please read below for a range of information and links we hope you will find useful. Bus Services - Covid Crisis - information from East Sussex County Council (@27th June) You should only travel if your journey is necessary. Bus services...

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The latest from LTC


Planning matters and Neighbourhood Plan


A-Z of services


Town Hall, All Saints, Malling Community Centre


Council meetings etc


Community links


Financial grants scheme


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