Colburn Village Hall | Colburn Lane | Colburn
North Yorkshire | DL9 4LZ

01748 833126

colburnto@aol.com

Welcome To Colburn Town Council

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  • Rainbow
  • Albermarle
  • Albermarle
  • The Chase 4
  • Play park 4
  • Play park 3
  • Play park 2
  • Lamp post
  • Play park 1
  • The Chase 3
  • the Chase 2
  • Colburn Lane
  • Bridge Close 2
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Colburn Town Council consists of 11 elected members which includes 2 Richmond District Councillors and 1 County Councillor.

Mayor of Colburn Cllr Angie Dale,  Deputy Mayor Cllr Charlene Thirlwell,  Cllr Helen Grant, Cllr Michelle Dunning, Cllr Jag Sharma, Cllr Colin Mincher, Cllr Colin Lyne, Cllr Miles Burnham, Cllr Andrea Crowe , Cllr Kevin Foster & Cllr Akuila Tutora

 

The Colburn Town Council has 2 sub committees in which Councillors deal with Planning and Play parks and Open Spaces.

The Committee members of the Planning Committee are Chairman Cllr Charlene Thirlwell, Cllr Helen Grant, Cllr Colin Mincher & Cllr Colin Lyne

The Committee members of the Play Park and Open Spaces Committee are Chairman Cllr Angie Dale, Cllr Michelle Dunning, Cllr Jag Sharma, Cllr Miles Burnham & Cllr Andrea Crowe

Cllrs representing outer  bodies are

Joint Burial Authority                                 Cllr Dale, Cllr Colin Lyne & Cllr Colin Mincher

Allotment Association                               Cllr Dale 

Yorkshire Local Councils Association     Cllr Helen Grant

Village Hall Committee                               Cllr Charlene Thirlwell

Colburn Town Council office is situated in Colburn Village Hall. Office hours are Monday to Friday between 9 am and 2 pm. The Clerk or Deputy Clerk can be contacted on: 01748 833126 or Mob 07745657719. If out of hours please leave a message on the answering machine on the telephone.

Council meetings are held in Colburn Village Hall on the third Monday of the month (except August when the council is in recess). Members of the public are welcome to attend these meetings and may ask a question on any item listed. The time allowance is 10 minutes per person with a maximum time of 40 minutes per meeting. This can be extended in exceptional circumstances.


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