Beaumaris Town Council 


A Special Meeting of the Finance & Planning Committee of Beaumaris Town Council 

has been arranged for Monday 22 August 2016 at 7.00 pm in the Town Hall

The agenda will appear below when published:

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On this site you will be able to find all sorts of information about the Town Council plus events and activities in the town.

Information about the Council includes names of Councillors plus details and minutes of meetings.

Downloadable application forms for Town Council services have been created (click here). At the moment it includes only the Town Hall booking form, resident passes for parking on the Green, donation request form and Allotments application form. 

Further forms will be added over the coming months.

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The Town Mayor, Councillor Gwen Evans-Jones, will grant the Freedom of Beaumaris to RAF Valley on Sunday 11 September. Personnel from RAF Valley will then march through the town, by tradition, with swords drawn, bayonets fixed and colours flying.

The parade will assemble at Beaumaris Leisure Centre for an aircraft fly-past at 11.00 am

The Town Mayor will then review the parade prior to the march through the town.

The route through the town will be via Little Lane, Margaret Street and Chapel Street to West End.  The parade will then turn into Castle Street to pass a saluting dais near the Town Hall before returning to the Leisure Centre via Beaumaris Castle.

Please note that parking restrictions will be in place from the evening prior to the parade. Alternative arrangements will be made for residents affected.


A big thank you to everyone who made the Mayor's Sunday Civic Parade a big success. The rain held off for the march past of local organisations, led by Beaumaris Band. 

The Town Mayor Councillor Gwen Evans Jones, Town Councillors and guests awaiting the parade.

Haulfre Secure - For Now

Beaumaris Town Council welcomes Anglesey County Council's commitment to invest in Haufre so that it can remain open until the new Extra Care Facility for South East Anglesey is operational.

The Town Council is still of the opinion that the needs of older people, staff, the local community and Anglesey County Council would be best met by providing those extra care facilities on the Haulfre site. The Town Council will continue to lobby for this outcome.