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Parish council

Wetherby Town Council


Wetherby Town Council traces its origins back to the establishment of parish councils in 1894. Local government reorganisation in 1974 saw the council adopt the title of Town Council and take over the functions of the Wetherby Burial Board, including the town cemetery.

The Town Council has fifteen councillors, elected every four years. The Town Council meets once a month except for December. The Town Council meetings set policy and take major decisions whilst day to day matters are dealt with by the Town Clerk. The Town Council employs a total of nine staff in a variety of roles.

Details of the current Town Councillors can be found by clicking on this link.

Contact information

Iona Taylor
Town Clerk

The Town Hall
Market Place
LS22 6NE

Phone:  01937 583584



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