About us

Rhuddlan Town Council serves the population of approximately 2,900 people in Rhuddlan, Denbighshire.

It is composed of 11 Councillors elected or co-opted to 5 year terms with the next term commencing in May 2017. The Town Council is chaired by the Town Mayor who, together with a Deputy Mayor, are elected each year at the Annual Town Council meeting which is held in May. Both the Mayor and Deputy Mayor have busy diaries visiting local community groups and organisations and representing Rhuddlan at events.

Day-to-day management of the services delivered by the Town Council is the responsibility of the Town Clerk who works closely with Town Councillors to deliver the decisions made at the various committees. The work of the Town Council is funded through a precept on council tax payers within the Rhuddlan Town area which goes towards maintaining the Town Councils assets e.g. Admiral’s Playing Fields.

Rhuddlan Town Council works closely with Denbighshire County Council, and our various partners, to ensure a seamless service for Rhuddlan residents. Details of Town Council decisions can be found in the minutes for each meeting. Further details of our assets, financial position, and policies are also available on this site.

Our responsibilities:

  • Bus shelters
  • Vicarage Lane car park
  • Rhuddlan War Memorial
  • Play Areas – Admirals Fields / Multi Use Games Area and Vicarage Lane Play Area.
  • Litter bins
  • Distribute grants
  • Consultation on planning applications
  • Providing Christmas lights
  • Notice Boards: Community Board and Town Council Board
  • Knights Wooden Sculpture
  • Seating Benches