Epworth is situated within the Isle of Axholme,  a parcel of land originally surrounded

by rivers, streams, bogs and meres, which was drained between 1627 and 1629 by the

Dutch engineer Sir Cornelius Vermuyden.

As well as its historic roots within The Doomsday Book, Epworth is also the birthplace of

John and Charles Wesley, the forefathers of Methodism.



The Town

Epworth Town Council membership has been reduced to 9 councillors following the election in May 2019

Councillors receive no income; councillors sign a declaration of acceptance of office and sign the North Lincolnshire "Code of Conduct" 

Council meets at 7pm on the first Tuesday of every calendar month in the small meeting room of the  Imperial Hall.

The agenda for each monthly meeting is ordinarily published to allow 3 clear days (excluding bank holidays and Sundays) before the meeting..

Members of the public are welcome to attend any meeting if they have view that they which to express over any pre-published agenda or any other issue they wish to raise..

Public views can be expressed at the start of any full council meeting verbally, where it is encouraged that presentations last no more than three minutes.

If new matters of concern wish to be raised by a member of the public, requests can be made via out contact page.

Contact may also be made by telephone, in writing (email: clerk@epworthtowncouncil.com or speaking to any of our Councillors.

The Council