The historic Town Hall is the civic base of Felixstowe Town Council with modern meeting facilities available for hire. Read about the Town Hall here.
Licensed for marriages and civil partnerships, the Town Hall is a classic venue for weddings with a unique seafront aspect. See our Weddings page here.
Walton Community Hall
Recently refurbished, Walton Community Hall is a great venue which is available to hire for all types of events, parties, community groups, meetings and more. Find out more here.
The Town Council owns five allotment grounds at Cowpasture, Ferry Road, Cemetery Field, Railway Hill and Taunton Road. Find out more about our Allotments here.
Town Council administers Felixstowe Cemetery in Langley Avenue, providing burial and memorial facilities for residents and non-residents alike. Find out more about Felixstowe Cemetery here.
The Town Council owns and maintains two local parks at Allenby Road and Gosford Way. Find out more about our Parks here.
The Town Council is proud to be able to supporting community initiatives and projects for the benefit of Felixstowe. Details on who we support and how you might be able to access grant funding is available here.
Felixstowe in Flower
The much loved annual “Felixstowe in Flower” initiative set up by the Town Council has been very successful over many years as a competitor in Anglia in Bloom. Felixstowe in Flower is a key community scheme which receives substantial community sponsorship and participation, transforming the town each year. Read more here.
Each year, the community achievements of local individuals, young people and organisations in the town are recognised at the Town Council’s Parish Meeting in May. Find out about our previous winners and how to nominate your local champions here.
Broadway House in Orwell Road provides a community hall on the ground floor, managed on behalf of the Town Council by the Felixstowe Old Peoples Welfare Association, together with four social housing units on the first and second floors managed by Orwell Housing Association. Read more here.