Town Council Meeting

Posted 10 May 2023

The annual meeting of Chatteris Town Council will be held on Tuesday 16th May 2023 at the Council Chambers, 14 Church Lane, Chatteris, at 7pm. Members of the public are welcome to attend and speak in the Open Forum.

For an agenda please go to the Meetings tab and scroll down to agendas.


Posted 09 May 2023

There is a vacancy in the office of councillor for the Wenneye Ward of Chatteris Town Council which must be filled by co-option. Any person wishing to apply to be co-opted to the position of councillor should apply in writing to The Proper Officer of Chatteris Town Council either by post of email and give their reasons for an interest in the post. For more details please click here: co-option notice 2023

Open Day

Posted 25 Apr 2023

The Open Day to show how works are progressing in transforming the former Barclays Bank at 2 Park Street, into a new home for Chatteris Museum which was held on Sunday 7th May was a great success. The Mayor, Cllr Linda Ashley, organised the event to mark the Coronation weekend and welcomed over 200 visitors who were able to view exhibitions on the works to the building and the history of the listed property (courtesy of Chatteris Museum volunteers). The free, home-made refreshments proved to be very popular as did the chance for children to visit the bank vaults.

Elections Results

Posted 07 Apr 2023

Election Results

List of Persons Elected to Represent Chatteris

Chatteris Town Council

Birch Ward – James Carney, Sharon Selman, Matthew Siggee

Mills Ward – Ian Benney, Anne Hay, Susan Unwin

Slade Lode North- Astrid Charrier, Alan Gowler

Slade Lode South – Alice Keating

Wenneye – Linda Ashley, Peter Murphy

Fenland District Council

Chatteris North & Manea – James Carney. Alan Gowler, Charlie Marks

Chatteris South- Ian Benney, Anne Hay, Peter Murphy


Cycling and Walking Map

Posted 27 Mar 2023

A new cycling and walking map has been produced for Chatteris by Fenland District Council and Cambridgeshire County Council in consultation with Chatteris Town Council and the U3A walking group. To view the very useful map please click here: Chatteris Walking & Cycling Map