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Welcome to Chilton Town Council

We are in the process of developing our facilities at Hutton House to engage more with the community by welcoming groups and organisations in to make use of our Community Room.
We will be developing this further in 2023, offering training, events, social groups, meeting room facilities etc.

We are also increasing our visibility on social media so look out for us on Facebook or Instagram to keep up to date with what’s happening.

Anyone with Town Council related enquiries can contact the office on 01388 721788 or email between Monday-Friday, 8am-2pm.

Alternatively, visit our reception, open, Monday to Friday from 10am–2pm.

Latest Meetings

The next meeting of Chilton Town Junior Town Council to be held on Friday 1st December 2023 at 1.30pm in Hutton House, Chilton.
Chilton Town Council next meeting is to be held on Tuesday 12th December 2023 at 6.00pm in Hutton House, Chilton.
Junior Town Council Agenda Full Town Council Agenda

Our Services

Our Councillors

Chilton Town Council is made up of elected Parish Councillors and Officers, take a look at who they are.

Meet the Councillors

Meeting and Agendas

The Council has a wide range of meetings, from the Full Council to our various committees.

Read the Agendas/Minutes

Junior Town Council

Look out for forthcoming details about our new Junior section.


Can you support our Community Activities?
We are looking for volunteers to help the Town Council with events or general support in the community.

Volunteer registration form


We have three locations; Hambleton Way, Prospect Terrace & West Chilton Terrace.



Chilton Town Council is a burial authority and therefore maintains its own cemetery and burial records.



Read about the policies/procedures to which we must adhere to.



Find everything you need to know about how your Council’s accounts.


Chilton Councils Newsletter plus Local News & Events

2nd & 9th December 2023

Meet and greet Santa

1st December 2023

Police and Crime Commissioner urges public to have their say on policing priorities and police funding in County Durham and Darlington

The annual public precept survey has been launched to ask local residents how much they are prepared to pay towards local policing in County Durham and Darlington, through their council tax in the upcoming year.

As you know Police and Crime Commissioners have a responsibility for setting the Force budget and determines the amount of council tax that goes towards policing for their area, called the policing precept. She is therefore seeking the views of the public and residents of County Durham and Darlington regarding the budget for Durham Constabulary for 2024/25, as she would like to know what people think is affordable and what their policing priorities are.

If you require hard copies, please contact us at

Complete the survey online