Cirencester Town Council provides a Local Information Centre at Bingham House in the Market Place. Come and meet our friendly team of staff and volunteers who will help you find the information you need. We have a whole range of information about local services, things to do in Cirencester, events, and volunteering opportunities.
Work commenced on 22 February in the town centre and the Town Council has been working hard to ensure the centre of Cirencester is still open to local residents, businesses and visitors. This includes the continued provision of both the weekly Friday Charter Market and the fortnightly Farmers' Market. From Friday 26 February, the market will be temporarily re-located to the area adjacent to the church, around the war memorial and West Market Place.
Following public consultation, Cirencester Town Council considered and approved the budget, local council tax for 2016/17 and its medium term financial plan at its meeting on 26 January 2016.
In 2016/17, the Town Council element of the council tax for a band D equivalent property is £117.99; an increase of around 71 pence per month per household.
Cirencester Town Council's Local Information Centre at Bingham House, 1 Dyer Street, is proud to be a Safe Place in the Gloucestershire Keep Safe Scheme. The Keep Safe Scheme in Gloucestershire was set up in July 2010 to support people with learning disabilities and in September 2013, the Police and Crime Commissioner in Gloucestershire commissioned Memory Clubs UK – a community interest compan...