Cancellation of Party in the Park

It is with regret that the Town Council feels that it must cancel Party in the Park this year. It is extremely unlikely that such large gatherings will be safe or permissible in July, if at all this year. Working with our partners, the Town Council will look forward to putting an absolutely fantastic Party in the Park in 2021!

Annual Parish Meeting 11th May 2019

Kidsgrove Town Council will be holding its Annual Parish Meeting on Saturday the 11th May 2019 at the Victoria Hall. 

All residents are cordially invited to attend.

The afternoon will start at 3:00pm with displays and talks from several of our volunteer community groups. There will also be councillors available for residents to discuss their matters with. Further details will follow.

The Annual Parish Meeting official will start at 6:00pm:


1. To receive a welcome from the Mayor of Kidsgrove.
2. Apologies for absence.
3. To receive and approve the minutes of the meeting held in the 21st May 2018.
4. To receive the Mayor’s report on the year.
5. Open forum for residents to ask any questions.
6. Meeting close.

Cllr Mike Stubbs




Welcome to our new website!

Kidsgrove Town Council are pleased to announce that our new website is now live. We hope that our residents will find it a big improvement on the previous site. We do ask for some patience whilst we populate all the pages.

We plan to keep the site very much ‘live’ with regular updates. The details of all our meetings will be available along with agendas and minutes. Other Town Council news will be posted, in particular details of our events that we organise within the community often in partnership with the area’s Community Groups.

As well as the website, the Town Council maintains a Facebook page (see the box to the right for a link).

If anyone would like to sign up to receive periodic emails containing the Council’s news and details of events please use the link at the bottom of the page to sign up. These emails may sometimes include events organised by other organisations in Kidsgrove.

We plan to have a page in each edition of Kidsgrove News in the future to assist those with either no or limited internet access.