Tolsey Clock

The Council

Find out which local council does what and how to contact them, how Wotton-under-Edge Town Council works and who your Town Councillors are. Read more about the council. Find Minutes and Agendas.

Heritage Centre

Visit Wotton

A vibrant town on the Cotswold Way boasting a great range of independent shops, a host of historic attractions and many excellent amenities. Read more about Wotton.

One Stop Shop

One Stop Shop

If you have a question about council or community services, local facilities, or any other enquiry, why not visit the One Stop Shop? Read more about the One Stop Shop.

Town Hall

Facility Hire

Wotton’s Civic Centre, Town Hall and other centres around the town can be hired for meetings, exhibitions, parties and other functions. Read more about facility hire.



Community flowers


The Town Regeneration Partnership has been updating Wotton-under-Edge’s Community Plan which was originally published in 2005. Read more about the community plan

News - Town Crier


You can find latest Council news and announcements here. Read the latest news.

Outdoor Market

Local Calendar

Wotton-under-Edge is a lively town. You can view many of the events here. Read more about Wotton events.

Long Street


Wotton-under-Edge was the first market town in Gloucestershire to install a CCTV system. This has helped police reduce crime in the town. Read more about Wotton CCTV.


Wotton is a charming country town, steeped in history, nestled in the southern Cotswold Hills. Close to Gloucester and Bristol, Cheltenham, Cirencester and Bath. And not far from the M4 (J18) and M5 (J14). For those enjoying a slower mode of transport, the Cotswold Way National Trail passes through the town, and along the main shopping streets, which are packed with small family run shops selling a large range of goods. The town also offers a wide range of services and places to eat.

Wotton is a hospitable, thriving and lively place, with a variety of historic listed buildings. Many visitors fall in love with this ancient town, which still embodies many of the features of small town life that sadly have disappeared from bigger places. Life has a gentler (but still stimulating) pace – explore for yourself – but be warned you may find you do not want to leave.