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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.

Please note: The Town Council Office is currently closed due to the Covid 19 pandemic. We can still be contacted - see information on Contact Us page.



Statement from the Mayor of Royal Leamington Spa – HRH Prince Philip

The Mayor of Royal Leamington Spa, Cllr Susan Rasmussen said on behalf of the citizens of the Town “It is with great sorrow that we hear of the passing of His Royal Highness, Prince Phillip.  We pay tribute to his long years of dedicated and loyal service to the country.”

Messages of condolence can be submitted via the online Books of Condolence on the Royal Family Website – 


Annual Town Assembly Meeting - 29th April 2021

Click here for more details


Leamington Brunswick Ward Election - 6th May 2021

NOTICE OF ELECTION Leamington Brunswick      Statement of Persons Nominated

For more information about local elections please visit Warwick District Council's website



Referendum time is approaching on 6th May - Make Your Vote Count for Your Town! Please check the Neighbourhood Plan page under the Your Community tab at the top of this page to find out more and visit for info on how to make sure you can take part in this important vote.

Please find a short video on the Leamington Neighbourhood Plan here:






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