Thirsk Town Council is seeking to co-opt a new Town Councillor. The Town Council is responsible for Thirsk Cemetery, Public Amenity Areas and Open Spaces including the Holmes, Castle Garth, Picnic Area, Mill Gardens and St James Green, eight Play Areas, Town Clock, Church Clock and Floodlighting, the Public Toilets, Market Place Bus Shelter, Notice Boards, Plaques and Interpretation Boards, Plinths and various Planters, White Mare Roundabout, Public Seats, Christmas Tree and surrounding lights. The Town Council also contributes to the running and maintenance of the Town Hall, Thirsk and Sowerby Flatts, the Millennium Green and Carrs Field and makes grants to voluntary and charitable bodies. The Council is consulted on planning applications, statutory notices and orders and generally on issues involving Thirsk.

Any person interested in becoming a Town Councillor should contact:
Thirsk Town Council
1 Roses Yard
Market Place
Telephone: 01845 526445