Welcome to Tring Town Council’s website.
Tring Town Council provides a valuable service for the community and represents the town’s interests in various ways. Working effectively and professionally with both the Borough and County Councils as well as other stakeholders, we ensure that the interests and assets of Tring are protected.
Part of our role is to enhance and promote the cultural life and wellbeing of Tring. We seek to improve the local environment, raising standards of recreational facilities and helping to meet the community’s needs.
The Town Council welcomes input from Tring residents and everyone is encouraged to attend the Council’s meetings. We have various responsibilities, which include managing the town’s allotments, discussing and commenting on planning applications in the town (Dacorum Borough Council has the final decision on planning issues), managing the Council’s properties in the town, and monitoring the town’s public areas.
We also support Tring by providing small grants to voluntary and community groups in the town, and through a range of initiatives such the Tring Youth Council and Tring Together.
If you would like information on any part of the Council’s activities and responsibilities, please contact the Clerk’s office.
Plans for the West of Tring
Although the consultation period ended on 5 November 2014, you can still access information about the development plans on Dacorum Borough Council's website - the link below will take you to the relevant documents.
A reference copy of the Draft Master Plan for LA5 is available to look at in the Information Centre at 99 Akeman Street, and you can find notes relating to Tring Town Council's Extraordinary Meeting on 3 November 2014 here , and its response to the Consultation here
JOIN the Friends of Tring's Memorial Garden. As a volunteer you can help to improve the Garden, shape its future, meet people and make new friends! Contact Veronica Allan on 01442 824494 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
CAN YOU DIG IT? We have allotment plots available at Duckmore Lane. Half plots also available. All plots have been strimmed and are ready for cultivation! Contact Claire Hill, the Deputy Clerk, if you are interested in growing your own... email@example.com
Get walking in Herts! Find out the latest from Herts County Council about free opportunities to get fit and improve your health here
Check the What's On page for full details of local events.
until 19 April
Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition at the Natural History Museum, Tring
Tring Choral Society Concert 7.30pm
Beacon Community Choir at Ivinghoe Church 7.30pm
'The Romans are coming' - Wigginton History Society - 8pm
Friday 3rd to Monday 6th
Hyde End Easter Craft Show, Chesham
Android Tablet course starts at Tring Community Centre
Tring Business Mart 'Biggest Brain' competition - Tring Parish Hall 7.30pm
Spring Fayre Launch Day
Sunday 3rd and Saturday 9th
Tring Bowls Club Open Days
Friends of Tring Church Heritage - Family Fun Day 10am-4pm at St Peter and St Paul Church, Tring
The Methodist Story at St Martha's Church
Ashridge Trail Half Marathon for Rennie Grove Hospice
Thursday 25th - Sunday 28th
Tring Carnival Weekend
Celebrating 700 years of Tring's Royal Charter
'Three Medieval Market Towns': talk at Victoria Hall, Akeman Street
Tring Lions '700' Quiz
Tring Library Medieval & Heritage Open Day
Charter 700 Farmers' Market
Tring Choral Society concert
Woodland Trust Tring Park family event
Chilterns 3 Peaks Challenge for Rennie Grove Hospice
The Herts 10k for Rennie Grove Hospice
The Muddy Mucker obstacle race at Green Park Aston Clinton for Rennie Grove Hospice
Tring Christmas Festival