A letter from our Mayor, Cllr Amanda Croft
Hi, welcome to our website!
I am Amanda, the current Mayor of Driffield and the youngest Mayor we have ever had in our 38-year history. I really hope I can do us ‘Millennial’s’ proud!
Being part of the Town Council, giving something back to my community, is something I am proud of and hope can aspire others to do so too.
This year is a big year for the Town Council, we have exciting projects coming to the fore, among them the new operational depot at Skerne Park which will become the new home of our Tidy Team. We will also be welcoming some new faces to the team and I look forward to working with the all the councillors.
This year I would love to see us work more closely as a council, after all, there is no I in TEAM but there is a U in US.
I hope you find our website informative and don’t forget to check out the many great events coming up in Driffield and surrounding area on the Events Calendar!
What’s on in Driffield
DRIFFIELD TOWN COUNCIL TIDY TEAM MEMBER Salary negotiable dependent on skills and experience. Full Time 37 hours a week We seek an enthusiastic, reliable and physically robust person to join our Tidy Team to work within the parish of Driffield...
Driffield Town Council offices are currently closed and staff are working from home. The offices will not be re-opening to the public in the foreseeable future. For queries regarding any of our services: public conveniences, the market, St Margaret's Close...
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