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Welcome to the Royal Leamington Spa Town Council website

Compared with Cities such as Winchester, York and Chester its history is a brief, but nevertheless a proud one. Like most Boroughs, Leamington has its civic insignia and gladly displays this on public occasions. Royal Leamington Spa became a borough in 1875 and the Charter of Incorporation, together with the Grant of Arms made the following year, are now housed in two handsome cabinets presented to the town by the Leamington Spa Courier.

Following the abolition of the Borough of Royal Leamington Spa by the Local Government Act, 1972, custody of the civic insignia was given to the Charter Trustees, a duty undertaken until the grant of Town Council status in 2002. The Town Council is now the custodian of this historic legacy.


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    20 July 2017
    The Town Council's Community Grant Fund is open for applications from com...
  • Notice of Election - Sydenham Ward
    11 July 2017
    A Vacancy has arisen for a Councillor to represent the Sydenham Ward of t...
  • Launch of Leamington in Bloom
    07 July 2017
        Cheers went up in Jephson Gardens on Th...
  • Free Walks
    07 July 2017
    Pic: (Left to Right) Michael Pearson guide, John Evetts, The Mayor Cllr Caroline Evetts, Barry Franklin Chair of Leamington History Group (Pic courtesy Allan...
  • Launch of Walk
    23 June 2017
    A series of free guided walks around Royal Leamington Spa have been launched today, 20th June, by the Mayor Cllr Caroline Evetts. The guided
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