Welcome to the Bollington Town Council website.
Bollington is a town in the north east of Cheshire, about 3 miles north of Macclesfield and 18 miles south east of Manchester. It sits on the edge of the Peak District National Park and is surrounded by beautiful countryside.
Bollington has a population of over 8,000 (8,300 at the last Census in 2011) and straddles the B5090 which is a long road of many names. It is bisected by the canal and the former railway (now the Middlewood Way)
Bollington Town Council was established in 1974 (formerly the Urban District Council) and is today represented by twelve Councillors, 4 on each of the 3 wards.
There is always a lot happening in Bollington and this website aims to provide all the information you need about the town, whether you live here, work in the town or are visiting.
If you are unable to find the information you are looking for please do not hesitate to contact us
Mental health and suicide prevention
Following recent events in Bollington, we have assembled information on support services on our Health and Wellbeing page
Make a change - become a Councillor
Are you passionate about your local area? Then put yourself forward to be elected to sit on Bollington Town Council as a Councillor.
To find out more or register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
To qualify to become a Councillor you must be:
• a Commonwealth citizen (which includes being a British subject) or a citizen of a member state of the European Union.
• over 18;
• an elector of the parish; and in addition
• have been either during the whole of the twelve months before the day of nomination or the day of election resided in the parish or within three miles of it or occupied as owner or tenant any land or premises therein or had principal or only place of work there.