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Ramsey Town Council is responsible for the cemetery at Wood Lane and buildings within, the new extension and the closed churchyard Church Green. The allotments on Stocking Fen Road. Play areas at Ramsey Forty Foot, St. Marys, Newtown Road, Mill Lane and King George V along with all play equipment, fencing etc. Church Green itself, war memorial and pond. The Clock in Great Whyte, millennium town signs and numerous benches and notice boards situated around the Town and villages. Some street lighting is also our responsibility but not all as some belong to District and County.


Open letter from Ramsey Parish Council Town Clerk

The Town Council consists of seventeen elected volunteers and is here to represent the interests of the residents of the Town and outlying villages. Many of the daily tasks within the Town are carried out by the District Council, although paid for and monitored by ourselves, whereas any highway or street lighting issues are the responsibility of the County Council.

The Town Council meets for a “Full” meeting on the second Thursday of each month, usually followed two weeks later by a shorter meeting to discuss planning matters, alone. Both meetings are open to members of the public, starting at 7pm.

The first twenty minutes of the meeting allows you to put forward any views you may so wish. The Councillors could question you to clarify certain issues, but if you are requiring a definitive answer, this may not be given at the time. Things may need to be discussed more fully and considered at length, at which point you will be contacted with the Council’s reply.

Gary Cook

Town Clerk



Ramsey Abbey Estate Offices, 7 Church Green, Ramsey PE26 1DW

01487 814957