Welcome to Cullompton Town Council


Cullompton Town Council operates at the most local level of government.  It has 15 voluntary Councillors who work for the town and are supported by a small team of paid officers headed by the Town Clerk.

Click here to see the council's Annual Report for the last Civic Year 2017-2018. 

Please contact us if you have questions concerning the work of the Town Council, if you have any concerns that you feel the Council should be aware of or where it can help or support you. A list of the committees, meetings and minutes, can be found by clicking on the Committees button below. The press and public are very welcome to attend our Full Council and Committee meetings and the public may put questions in the public forums at the beginning of these meetings.

The council's Privacy Policy has recently been reviewed in light of the General Data Protection Regulation and can be found by clicking here

Our office opening hours are as follows:

Monday to Friday, excluding Wednesday - 9.30am until 1.30pm. Wednesday only - 9.30am - 12.30pm.

Upcoming Meetings

Cemetery and Town Hall

23 Oct 18 - 14:00 to 16:00


Meeting and Town Hall Booking Calendars

For a full listing of Town Council meetings and Town Hall bookings, please click here.

Should you require to see Agendas and Minutes of previous meetings of the council or one of its committees, then you should click here

If you wish to make a private booking of the Town Hall for a birthday party or other event, please click here to see our Terms and Conditions, hire rates and download a booking form.  If you need further information concerning hall bookings, you can contact the council offices on 01884 38249 or by emailing admin@cullomptontowncouncil.gov.uk


Road Closure and Live Traffic Information

Here you will find details of routine road closures notified to the council by Devon County Council.  The list is not exhaustive as emergency situations are dealt with as they occur rather than by the routine application process.

Live traffic information is supplied by Devon and Cornwall Police.  The council cannot be held responsible for the content of external websites.