About Frodsham 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 local views and concerns of the Town.

Out aim is to provide easy access to information, advice and services efficiently and cost-effectively.  If you are unable to find what you are looking for in these pages we will be happy to deal with your query directly.  You can contact us using e-mail, telephone, fax or letter with your query or to make an appointment to meet with a councillor.  Alternatively you can visit the Town Council Office to make an appointment.  See our Contact Details for further information.

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.

The Council meets in the Main House in 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.  Latest agendas and past minutes are available.