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Southam Town Council Meeting

The next meeting of Southam Town Council will take place at the Grange Hall on Thursday 25th JuLY 2019 at 7.30pm. Members of the public are welcome to attend and may speak at the start of the meeting.


The Town Council currently have 3 vacancies in the Mill Hill Ward , the Council are able to fill the positions via co-option. If you would like to become a Councillor please contact the Town Clerk on 01926 814004 or No previous experience necessary as training will be given

Southam is a small market town situated in the Stratford-upon-Avon district of Warwickshire where the A423 Coventry to Banbury road converges with the A426 from Rugby and crosses the A425 Daventry to Leamington Spa road.

At the 2001 census, the town had a population of approximately 6,500 but it has seen significant development in recent years. It retains a range of shops, banks, local services and facilities including three primary schools, a secondary school, children's centre, leisure centre, library, medical centre, police station and post office. In addition the town hosts a market each Tuesday and a farmers market on the second Saturday of every month.

The town centre has been designated as a conservation area whereby developments and changes of use should respect the special qualities and historic context of the area in terms of design and materials. The valley of the River Stowe from the town centre to the Holy Well has been designated as an area of restraint, which confirms its value as open space within the natural environment.

There are transport links which connect the town with Leamington Spa, the nearest town approximately eight miles away, Rugby, Coventry, Stratford-upon-Avon and nearby villages. Southam serves as a local centre for the villages around it, including Long Itchington, Stockton Napton, Ladbroke, Bishops Itchington, Harbury and Ufton.

The town centre and conservation area has, by its very nature, many landmarks in the form of listed buildings such as the Manor House (the subject of a remarkable renovation in 2007/08) the Olde Mint and St James Church (grade one listed and of exceptional interest).

In addition there are other features important to the identity of the area; open spaces and public areas such as Market Hill, the Library gardens, the Peace Garden, Park Lane Recreation Ground and Merestone Park which are visually important and provide venues for community activities such as the Mop Fair, May Day Fair, open-air services and celebrations as well as the annual Carnival.

Recent Updates to our Web

  • 08 Aug 19: Notice - temporary road closure of Daventry Road, Dunchurch.
  • 08 Aug 19: Notice - temporary road closure of A326 Leicester Road, Churchover.
  • 18 Jul 19: Council Meetings - Agenda for July's Town Council Meeting.
  • 18 Jul 19: Minutes - Draft Minutes of Town Council Meeting in June 2019.
  • 07 Jul 19: Councillors - updated councillor details and registers of interest.
  • 07 Jul 19: Policies - updated Financial Regulations.
  • 07 Jul 19: Notice - Dunchurch Band Concert for the Mayor's Charities at the Grange Hall.
  • 28 Jun 19: Notice - Appointment to Inspect Town Council Accounts.
  • 28 Jun 19: Accounts - the Town Council's uaudited statement of accounts for 2018/19.
  • 20 Jun 19: Newsletter - Town Council Newsletter for June 2019.
  • Previous updates





Notice of appointment to inspect annual accounts.



Documents relating to the elections on Thursday 2 May 2019.


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