WITH FLOOD DAMAGED HOUSEHOLD ITEMSWelcome to Leominster Town Council's Website

Welcome to our website which we hope you find useful and informative. The Town Council is working towards ensuring full transparency by providing as much information as possible to residents and visitors on all aspects of the work and services the Town Council undertakes and provides. Within the site you can download the complete agendas and minutes of all Council meetings and we are currently updating our finance and policy section.

Help With Flood Damaged Household Items

Herefordshire Council are providing a free service to collect flood damaged household items from outside residents’ houses.
If your house has been flooded and you have water damaged items to dispose of, please register for help and we will be in touch as soon as possible.
We are co-ordinating refuse collection vehicles to assist households across the county so will be in touch as soon as we can.
Please contact us using the following link:
Household Recycling Centres
If you have been affected by the flooding – all Household Recycling Centres in Herefordshire are waiving the need for a permit for a commercial vehicle until Sunday 1st March, for any resident with flood damaged items they need to dispose of.
Normal rules prohibiting the use of these facilities by businesses and the deposit of commercial waste still apply.
Opening times and locations can be found here:

High St Heritage Action Zone Fund

In July 2019 Leominster Town Council worked in partnership with Herefordshire Council to submit an Expression of Interest to the High Street Heritage Action Zone Fund, which aims to renew and reshape town centres and high streets. Over 85 local businesses and organisations submitted letters of support for the application.

The list of successful high streets was announced on 14 September 2019 and we are delighted to announce that Leominster was selected as one of 69 high streets across England to receive a share of the £95 million fund. Delivery plans will be worked up over the next 4 months, with the funded schemes beginning in April 2020. Leominster Town Council will be working with Herefordshire Council and Historic England to develop the Leominster project, in collaboration with local businesses, residents and community groups. Further details will be announced as soon as they are available, but in the meantime we would like to thank all those who supported the initial Expression of Interest application. This is a significant investment in Leominster’s historic town centre and we look forward to taking this exciting project forward!

Citizens Advice

Appointments with CAB are also available every second Wednesday at the Town Council Offices (11 Corn Square), funded by Leominster Town Council. Bookings can be made by phoning CAB’s Adviceline on 03444 99 11 00. The Adviceline is open Monday to Friday 10:00am to 4:00pm.

Servants Quarters Holiday Flat

The Holiday Flat is now available to book. Further details can be found here or by visiting the Tourist Information Centre in Corn Square.

Originally the servants’ quarters of an impressive historic house set in the town centre at number 11, Corn Square, the two storey apartment is now available, as a self-catering unit, to book through the Tourist Information Centre.

Expertly restored to its former Edwardian glory, complete with servants’ bells and a fully equipped retro kitchen, the apartment sleeps four in genuine Edwardian brass beds. Furniture and fittings were extensively supplied from the many well-known antique shops of Leominster that often feature on television programmes such as ‘Bargain Hunt’ and ‘Antiques Road Trip’.

Although integral to the Town Council offices and Tourist Information Centre, the apartment has its own front door on to the Square, right in the heart of the town centre. A five-minute walk from the train station, and even closer to the bus station, the accommodation would suit a small family, as well as walkers and heritage enthusiasts. 

Recent visitors commented that the Servants Quarters felt ‘Just like my Grandmother’s home, it was wonderful, like going back in time. The attention to detail is truly inspired.’
To view or book the apartment call in to the Tourist Information Centre or call on 01568 616460. Prices start from £80 per night.

Police 101 Reporting

It is really important that local residents report any suspicious incidents, thefts or any anti-social behaviour that they see so that they can be logged officially on the police systems. It may be that it is not necessary to deploy an officer to the incident, but it will still be recorded so that all local officers are aware. The incident may seem minor to you, but it may be part of a bigger picture of raised concerns for a specific area that we are already dealing with. 

The correct number to contact us on is: 
999 for life threatening/changing incidents, 101 for all other police, non-emergencies. The safer neighbourhood teams email addresses and mobile phone numbers should only be used for local police enquiries and not to report incidents

Town Council Offices

The Town Council Offices and Leominster Tourism Information Centre are located at 11 Corn Square in Leominster. The Tourist Information Centre is located on the ground floor and is open 9:30am-4:30pm, Mon-Sat. The Town Council Offices (also located on the ground floor) are open for public enquiries from 9:30am-1pm, with meetings outside these hours available by appointment.

Formal meetings of the Town Council take place in the Council Chamber on the first floor. Many of these meetings are open to the public, for further details please visit our Agendas and Minutes page.


Town Clerk: Paul Russell
11 Corn Square,
Tel: 01568 611734

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