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Welcome to Northallerton Town Council’s website

Our aim is to make Northallerton a better place to live, work and visit.  Our website includes information about our responsibilities to the local community, who we are and what we do.

Important Corona Virus Update

Due to the release of the government’s roadmap, the Town Hall is slowly resuming business as usual whilst ensuring our residents and visitors have the relevant safety measures in place when using the building.  As the country slowly goes back to the new normal, so will our activities, including the re-opening of both halls for hire.

Toilet access in the building remains limited between the hours of 10:00-2:00pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday and 8:00-3:00pm Wednesday & Saturday in accordance with the government guidelines.

If you would like to contact us regarding town hall related enquiries please use enquiries@northallertontowncouncil.gov.uk 

If you would like to contact us regarding any council related enquiries please use admin@northallertontowncouncil.gov.uk

And for any financial matters please contact us on accounts@northallertontowncouncil.gov.uk

We hope all our residents stay safe. Please check back for regular updates.

Tesco Update 2021

Town Mayor, Councillor Phil Eames had the pleasure of presenting a cheque of £574.22 to Bethany Stanley Head of Aiskew Leeming Bar CE Primary School and some of their students. The money was raised from the Northallerton Tesco store Community Book Sales. Well done to...

Congratulations are in order

​At their meeting on 18th October, Northallerton Town Council offered congratulations to the towns Olympians Marc Scott, Scott Lincoln and Laurence Whiteley MBE on their recent outstanding achievements.  In 2017 Laurence Whiteley MBE was given the title of Honorary...

Everyman Cinema confirmed for Treadmill site

​Hambleton District Council have finally confirmed the highly anticipated cinema, Everyman is to be situated on the Treadmill site. Following many different stories that the cinema company didn't want to commit we are thrilled that this is another exciting addition to...

Newly appointed Clerk for NTC

Following the interviewing process Cllr Eames made the following statement:  It is a great pleasure to announce that Alex has accepted the role of Clerk & Responsible Financial Officer on a permanent basis, commencing 20th September. I’m sure you will agree that...

Post Box Polish

The unveiling of a knitted letter box cover from this morning with Cllr Phil Eames (Town Mayor) and Nicki Hall from the Northallerton Royal Mail Sorting Office. The knitted cover was the winning design from a competition amongst year 3 and 4 pupils at the Alverton...

Allotments 2022

The Town Council is looking into the possibility of providing around 25 allotments in the town, probably in Central Ward, from Spring 2022 onwards.  Before a firm commitment can be given to any specific site, Councillors are keen to see how many residents are...

Town Hall goes sustainable

The Town Hall has partnered with Hambleton District Council to present this magnificent display on our very own Town Hall Building all week. And who is responsible for this display but local primary school Mill Hill! The pupils have come together with the help of...

Annual Meeting 2021

On 17th May 2021, the Town Council met, in accordance with the appropriate guidelines, for the Annual Meeting following months of remote meetings. We are pleased to announce the election of Cllr Phil Eames as the new Mayor of Northallerton for the year 2021/22. We...

Memorial Bench for Mr Barker

The Town Council are so pleased to finally see the installation of Mr Charles Barker's memorial bench. Situated in the Applegarth park, overlooked by Charles' famous independent department store, Barkers, his wife and family with a select few others gathered for the...

Statement on the use of sky lanterns

Following the Town Council meeting on 26th April 2021 it was decided by the Council the use of sky lanterns is now banned over any Town Council owned land within the town. If you require further information on land areas owned by NTC please contact us at...