Louth Town Council - Working with the community to make Louth a better place to live and work

Council Assets and Services

What does the Town Council do?

The Town Council maintains/provides on behalf of the town:

  • Session’s House (the old Magistrates Court), where the Town Council meet and work from
  • London Road Cemetery: Burials, Garden of Remembrance and two Chapels
  • Hubbard’s Hills (Contributing for the maintenance through Hubbard’s Hills Trust)
  • London Road Pavilion and grounds (leased by the Louth Athletics Club and Magna Vitae)
  • Allotments (managed by the Louth Cottage Garden Allotment Association)
  • The War Memorial
  • Running costs (electric) of St James’ clock and outside flood lights
  • Bus Shelters, litter bins, seating and information boards in the Town Centre
  • The wooden hand carved Town Signs at entrances to Louth
  • Town Centre Christmas lights, Christmas Tree and Crib
  • Planting troughs in Louth Market Place and main town streets
  • Funding 12 CCTV cameras (Managing in partnership with ELDC)
  • Amenity grass cutting in the town
  • Interactive speed signs
  • Brown’s Panorama
  • The original Louth Town Charters, paintings of past Mayors, housed in Sessions House
  • Civic Parades
  • Lovely Louth Competition and Award’s Night
  • Light Up Louth Competition