The town council consists of fifteen councillors who are elected every four years. As we are a town council we also elect a Mayor and Deputy Mayor every year.
It meets on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 7pm in The Hub, Hight Street, Crowle.
The public are welcome and encouraged to attend all meetings and are allowed to speak to the council for fifteen minutes at the start of the meeting.
Agendas are posted on this website and on the Town Council notice board located in the Marketplace at least 3 working days prior to the meeting. Minutes are posted on this website once they have been agreed as a true record and signed by the chairman at the following meeting.
What does the town council do?
The town council works towards improving community well-being and providing better services for the village. They are the tier of local government below the level of North Lincolnshire council and are the tier of local government closest to residents.
The town council manages the village’s Cemetery grounds, Cemetery house, Manor Park, Ealand Park and is landlord for Crowle Allotment Society. The town council works closely with all community groups who deliver a wide range of activities and leisure opportunities.
For more details about the cemetery, including burial fees see our cemetery page.
For more information on the roles and responsibilities of parish councils see the Wikipedia page on parish councils in England.
How is the town council funded?
The council, like all parish and town councils, is funded by the parish precept. This is an amount of money that is paid as a proportion of the council tax, collected by North Lincolnshire Council. It is paid by all eligible households in Crowle and Ealand and In 2014/15 was £38.51 for a band D property.
For more information on council tax go to the North Lincolnshire council tax pages.