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Cumbria Police Update for Egremont/Cleator Moor & Rural - Link below

Chair of Egremont Town Council 2023/24

"Each year the Chair is given the opportunity to present a report on the work of the Council the previous 12 months. I have attached mine for you to read and I hope it gives you a glimpse of all the hard work your Councillors carry out on behalf of our community.

Its so nice when people take the time to say "Thanks"

Egremont Cemetery In Bloom 

Egremont Town Council are actively seeking two new members of the public to become a Town Councillor. If you care about your town and have passion and drive to make our town an even better place we would love to hear from you.

If this is of interest to you then please email us at Egremont Town Council expressing your interest by 31st May 2024.

For more information about our Town Council and what our responsibilities are then please visit our website for more information:-

Egremont - " Our Town Our Responsibility"

"Ultimately I wanted to do my best for my Town" 

Councillor David Wright

Making a difference in our community

Residents and ex residents from Calderwood have been making a difference in the rounds of Egremont Castle. Every week they are working on making improvements through tidying up areas, de weeding areas and generally working hard for our town jewel.  Thank you all.

Growing Well is coming to Egremont


Growing Well, a Cumbrian mental health charity, is coming to Egremont. In early 2024 we will be re-opening the Beck Green plant nursery on Cross Side and will use the site to deliver our targeted mental health intervention to local people in need. We will also be running a community day for the local public to get involved in our horticultural enterprise as volunteers where they can learn new skills and meet new people. The site will generate enough fruit and vegetables to fill up to 100 veg boxes per week (50 of which will be subsidised for low-income families).


We are opening the gates to Beck Green between 1-3pm on Friday 6th October. We invite you to come and meet staff from our other Cumbrian sites, learn more about our work and our plans to get the site back up and running.


Please note: Beck Green is very overgrown and not currently in use. The event is simply an opportunity for a quick view of the site and a chance to meet our team. We regret that there is no wheelchair access at this time and no parking on or near to the site just yet (please use Beck Green car park and walk from here). Please also note that there are no toilet facilities. No booking necessary. For all enquiries, please contact

Representatives from Egremont Town Council, Cumberland Council, Groundworks, Thomas Armstrong and Westlakes Academy came together to plant the two beds located at the entrance to the Academy. The  project is part of the Egremont Main Street refurbishment scheme which includes also the creation of a bespoke seating area beside Bet Fred, newly refurbished seats, new bus shelters and soon to be seen new planters. These will add up to making improvements to the Main Street welcomed by all. The scheme is funded by Cumberland Council, Sellafield Ltd and Egremont Town Council. 

Egremont Town Council 

ETC has just uploaded its Annual Governance Statement and its Accounting Statements  13th June 2023 

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