Welcome to Tring Town Council’s website.
Each year the smaller authority’s Annual Governance and Accountability Return (AGAR) needs to be reviewed by an external auditor. The unaudited AGAR for the year ending 31st March 2020 has been published – click here and here – along with the Notice of Public Rights (click here), with details for those who wish to inspect the accounting records for the financial year.
The grass is dry and the fire risk is high!
Please take care and follow the advice given here
Please click on the red link below for latest Tring updates during the Covid-19 crisis.
Most importantly, “Herts Help” on 0300 123 4044 or online at Herts Help can provide a range of help and advice to members of the public, care providers, and voluntary sector organisations alike. This includes the provision of support for people who are self-isolating, and advice for people living and working in residential and home care settings. You can also tell them about someone who needs help, or who you’re worried about. They will try to find the best possible sources of help to meet your concerns.
Wearing face coverings on public transport – mandatory from Monday 15 June – click here for more information
Keep up to date with what our fantastic local businesses are doing to keep us all going at:
Calling small tourism, retail and leisure businesses! @HertsLEP and @VisitHertsUK and are offering funding to help adapt your business ready for post-lockdown measures. Find out if your business qualifies.
Current emergency train timetable for the line north and south of Tring, from 30 May onwards: click here
Check out the latest from Hertfordshire County Council on dealing with waste and protecting the environment here
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 as the Tring Youth Council and Tring Together.
Heritage Trail App for Tring: Tring Local History and Museum Society have provided the superb Tring Heritage Trail in both App and leaflet format. It guides locals and visitors alike around the fabulous heritage sites of Tring, and includes additional circular walks in the immediate area.