Serving Our Community
67 High Street, Willington, Co Durham. DL15 0PF
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Town Mayor: Councillor Ken Henfrey Town Clerk: Mrs Helen Cogdon
Welcome to the Greater Willington Town Council
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Monday to Thursday 9.00am to 4.00pm.
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Willington is located on the A690 approximately 8 miles from Durham City and the A1(M) in the County of Durham. This once thriving and close knit former coal mining community formed the Greater Willington Town Council in 2007.
Based in the High Street at Willington the Council currently has eleven elected members covering the communities of Sunnybrow, Page Bank, Oakenshaw and Willington with administrative support provided by the Town Clerk, Mrs Helen Cogdon.
Councillor Ken Henfrey is the Town Mayor who continues to make the Council’s reputation a top priority.
The Town Council meets the second Tuesday in the month. Members of the public are welcome to observe council meetings and there is a Public Participation Item on each Agenda where Parish residents can speak.
What makes the former coal mining town of Willington in County Durham distinctive, what makes any place unique?
Heritage Consultant Jeremy Lake, working with Willington Primary School, explore the story of the town and how it was shaped by landscape and people.
Watch the WHAT MAKES WILLINGTON DISTINCTIVE here
and YOUR PLACE IN CONTEXT here on Youtube
Oakenshaw Neighbourhood Plan
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