Aerial View of Brampton

Next Meeting

In line with the latest government instructions the Parish Council has returned to face-to-face meetings. The next full meeting of the council will take place downstairs in the Moot Hall on Tuesday 29th June at 7.00pm. The agenda will be uploaded in due course.

Members of the public are permitted to attend the meeting, however numbers may be limited and if you wish to attend you are advised to contact the Clerk on 016977 3382 prior to the meeting. Social distancing measures may still be in place and you are advised to read the current face to face meeting protocol here and risk assessment here.

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We are proud of our town and hope you enjoy visiting it and our website!

Brampton is a small market town and civil parish within the City of Carlisle district of Cumbria, England about 9 miles (14 km) east of Carlisle and 2 miles south of Hadrian's Wall. It is situated off the A69 road which bypasses it. Brampton railway station, about a mile outside the town itself, is located on the Newcastle and Carlisle Railway. St Martin's Church is famous as the only church designed by the Pre-Raphaelite architect Philip Webb, and contains one of the most exquisite sets of stained glass windows designed by Sir Edward Burne-Jones and executed in the William Morris studio.

Corona Virus Information

All official information relating to the pandemic should be obtained from the official Government website here

For vulnerable people, advice regarding how to obtain help from Cumbria County Council is available here

Information from Carlisle City Council is available here

Information from Cumbria County Council is here

Covid-19 working policy for Brampton Parish Council

HELP DESK - Anyone requiring any help during the crisis, for example prescription collection, shopping information or anything else, please call 07554 265299

The Brampton Acting Together Facebook page has lots of up to date information and can be accessed here.

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