Cullompton Town Council

Welcome to Cullompton Town Council.

Our offices are located at the Town Hall (opposite the Tiverton Road junction) and we are open from 9.30am until 1.30pm each weekday with the exception of Wednesday when we close to the public at 12:30pm.  Full council meetings are usually held on the fourth Thursday of each month commencing at 7pm and the Agenda for these meeting will be posted on the noticeboard on the front of the Town Hall and on the website.  Meetings of the Committees will also be posted - a list of meetings of the council, including their minutes can be found here

The Town Council will also act as a route into the District and County Councils for the reporting or such things as missed rubbish collections and road and pavement defects.  There are some things that you have to do for yourself such as registering to vote and ordering replacement or additional refuse bins and recycling boxes.  We have a wealth of local knowledge so we’ll either know the answer to your question (whatever that question may be) or be able to point you in the direction to find the answer!

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

Upcoming Meetings

Cemetery and Town Hall

26 Mar 19 - 14:00 to 16:00


Planning and Licensing

28 Mar 19 - 18:00 to 19:00


Full Council

28 Mar 19 - 19:00 to 21:00


Full Council

25 Apr 19 - 19:00 to 21:00

Road Closure and Live Traffic Information

Illustrative picture of cars queuing on a road

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.