LOFTUS TOWN COUNCIL
A vacancy has arisen on Loftus Town Council for the position of Town Councillor for Loftus Ward for the electoral term of office to May 2019. This vacancy will be filled by co-option.
Loftus Town Council has been asked by our friends and colleagues at East Cleveland Villages Big Local to help with sharing information about this forthcoming very prestigious new event.
The East Cleveland Klondike Grand Prix – SUNDAY 2ND APRIL 2017 - has the potential to become a very important date on the professional cycle racing calendar in the UK. And of course, it is also an opportunity to show off our beautiful area and have a bit of fun doing it!
Explore Our Heritage
In Loftus Town Hall
Where the Wild Things Were
A talk by
Dr Kate Bartram
Tees Valley Wildlife Trust
About a current oral history project that has been capturing memories of childhoods in the Loftus area of the last generations of truly free roaming kids, and how these memories can help wildlife conservation today. Come and listen and share memories of times gone by.
Friday 24 March 2017
7 for 7.30pm
Loftus Town Hall TS13 4HG
Everyone welcome – free entry
Come and discover the bats of Loftus and East Cleveland
Free fun talk and bat walk
Loftus Town Hall
Loftus Town Council is aware that there have been a lot of negative comments about Christmas Lights in Loftus, particularly the tree next to Loftus Town Hall, even though there were more publicly provided lights in Loftus in 2016 than ever before. The Council is therefore once again asking the public for its preferences on Christmas lights.
Members will use the results from this consultation to help the Council make decisions for 2017/18, although preferences expressed will not be binding - the Council needs to consider the practicalities and budget implications, as well as any expected developments (eg, possible redevelopment of the Market Place
click here to complete the survey.
click here to print and complete a paper copy - please return to Loftus Town Council.
Thanks you for taking the time to complete the survey.
It has come to the attention of the Town Council that some people are somewhat disappointed in the display of Christmas lights in Loftus this year, and that in particular they think there should be a more substantial display on the tree at the Town Hall. The Council is surprised by this, as there are more lights in Loftus than at any time in the past, but values all input from the community.
As a response to some of the comments, here is a resume of who provides what and where.