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News Bulletin....

 The result of the election to fill the Council vacancy was: Paul Toogood 70 votes; Monica Denny 42 votes; Bernie Graham 23 votes.   Paul Toogood is therefore elected.  Turnout was 15.5%.  

Transition Langport has been shortlisted to win a share of the M&S funding for our community Renewable Energy project to put PVs on the Ridgway Hall - please support the project - the one with the most votes wins!Info and vote here:

Have you witnessed HGV Lorries trying to access ABP UK Abattoir via the Hanging Chapel? Please report to ABP UK Abattoir on 01458 254 545


Next Council/Committee and Trust Meetings
Tuesday 6 October 2015 7.30pm @
Ground Floor Meeting Room - Town Hall

Welcome to Langport Town Council's website

Langport, situated on the banks of the River Parrett, in the heart of the Somerset Levels, is one of the smallest towns in England. The Town itself is surrounded by the parish of Huish Episcopi and rests in an area of countryside that includes the communities of Curry Rivel, Aller, High and Low Ham, Drayton, Pitney,Hambridge, Westport and Muchelney, amongst others. To the north east is the town of Somerton and to the south east that of Martock. Langport is situated in the District of South Somerset, whose local office is situated Langport Information Centre, Bow Street, Langport. The principal office of the District Council is located at Brympton Way, Yeovil.

River Parrett From Cocklemoor

Langport Town Council is responsible directly to the residents of the Town, and we hope that this site will be your first point of call for information relating to the activities and services provided by the Council and the associated Town Trust.

Langport Town Council are in the process of investigating the possibility of a Community website that will become the local access point for information about the Community that we live in and services provided by Langport Town Council, South Somerset District Council and Somerset County Council. We also hope to encourage community development and support through involving local people more in what is happening in the town and surrounding area and by improving communication between the Council and the people of Langport. So, if you have any ideas about how we can do this please contact us. 

Town Clerk: David Mears
Langport Town Council, Town Hall, Bow Street, Langport TA10 9QR
Tel: 01458 259700 Email: