The Mayor of Huntingdon officially unveiled the Apollo Moon Landing floral display at the Huntingdon in Bloom Launch on Tuesday 4th June 2019.
The 25th April was Huntingdonshire Day! In honour of Oliver Cromwell's birthday we flew the flag of Huntingdonshire from the Town Hall. Oliver Cromwell was born on the 25th April 1599.
The Town Council Offices are located in the Georgian Grade II* Listed Town Hall
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On 6th June 2019, 75 years will have passed since D-Day and the Battle of Normandy during World War II. It was the largest seaborne invasion in history. The whole operation was codenamed Overlord and happened on the 6th June 1944, by the end of D-Day the Allies had put 156,000 troops ashore in Normandy, France. The majority of the troops were from the United Kingdom, Canada and the US. According to research done by the US National D-Day Memorial Foundation, 4,413 Allied personnel were killed on D-Day.
To mark this anniversary, Huntingdonshire District Council, in conjuction with Huntingdon Town Council, organised a Flag Raising and Wreath Laying Ceremony to honour the memory of the people who lost their lives. The D-Day 75th Flag Raising and Wreath Laying Ceremony was held on 6th June at Pathfinder House.
We have created a new page on our website detailing all of the information regarding Huntingdon Town Council's new Crematorium and Cemetery project. This includes the timeline of the project, the finances and the coverage that has been published within the local media.
For more information click here.
On Thursday 4th April 2019, Huntingdon Town Council formally adopted its Corporate Plan. The Plan contains the following objectives, which the Council is committed to:
- Increasing burial facilities and provision of additional sports facilities in the town
- Enhancing community facilities
- Developing and nurturing tourism
- Generating income
- Expanding grounds maintenance facilities
- Supporting community cohesion
- Maintaining high standard green spaces
- Providing an efficient service to residents
- Protecting and enhancing Huntingdon's heritage
- Developing and engaging with business in the town
- Promoting the town
- Addressing car parking and traffic management
- Increasing Huntingdon's boundary
- Creating a more sustainable environment in Huntingdon
A copy of the plan can be viewed by clicking the link below
Huntingdon Town Council's Corporate Plan 2018 - 2022 (PDF, 1.7 Mb)
Huntingdon Town Council's Corporate Plan 2018 - 2022