ENVIRONMENTAL AGENCY ALERT

River levels are rising at the Newport Pagnell Cemetery river gauge as a result of Storm Dennis. Consequently, flooding of low lying roads and farmland is expected. We expect flooding to affect River Great Ouse from Newport Pagnell to Roxton.

Further rainfall is forecast over the next 24 hours. We are closely monitoring the situation. Please avoid using low lying footpaths near local watercourses and plan driving routes to avoid low lying roads near rivers, which may be flooded.

 New Gateway Signage

Many residents will have noticed the new gateway signage erected around the town. We would like to advise that these structures are not yet complete, as appropriate lighting for the features is still being addressed. Each sign has a direct historical link to Newport Pagnell, some of which are obvious, others less so. If you would like further information on the historical background of any of the images on the signs, please contact the Town Council offices.

Developer funding, which could not be used for any purposes other than for artwork in Milton Keynes, paid for this signage. There is no cost to residents for any part of the project. The signage helps to create links to the past of our historical town and forms part of a strategy to promote the town's long-standing historical assets, thereby attracting visitors and new shoppers

 DOORSTEP COLLECTIONS

 

Police have advised that the recent Boxing group collecting money was bogus.  Please make sure anyone requesting money for any charity should always have ID on them and please, to make sure they are who they say they are, there will be a number to call to verify who they are if you want to pass over funds to them.

A NEW VISION FOR NEWPORT PAGNELL

Newport Pagnell Town Council is the most local level of government in this area.  We are democratically elected by residents to serve the community.  Along with our team of employees, volunteers and partner organisations we aim to:

  • Look after Newport Pagnell as a place people want to live, work and visit
  • Promote health and wellbeing for Newport Pagnell residents of all ages
  • Create a safer and cleaner environment
  • Protect and celebrate our local heritage
  • Be available for and engaged with the public we represent
  • Support activities that encourage residents to feel part of Newport Pagnell's community

 PUBLIC NOTICE

 

A new path is to be erected on Bury Field Common commencing 10th February.  This will take two weeks, depending on weather conditions.

 

The path leads from the Queen's Avenue car park entrance to the grass squares which are used for events.  Access to the common will be unavailable through this entrance for this period.

 

We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause you.  

 
Milton Keynes Council -
Telephone 01908 691 691
Newport Pagnell Town Council -
Telephone 01908 618756
 NEWPORT PAGNELL YOUTH CLUB

 The Newport Pagnell Youth Club – Just another building? Watch this video to find out:-

 Youth Club promo

Youth Club
Youth Club

CLEAR RECYCLING SACKS

If you need to reorder a roll of recycling sacks please either telephone 01908 252570 and a roll will be delivered to your home.

Alternatively, you can click and collect from the Newport Pagnell Town Council office using the Milton Keynes Council website or you can use the telephone number above, to request a delivery at the Town Council offices.  
http://www.milton-keynes.gov.uk/waste-recycling/bins-bags-and-boxes/pink-sack-deliveries

 MILTON KEYNES COUNCIL

HIGHWAYS REGISTER OF ROADWORKS AND EVENTS IN MILTON KEYNES

Please click HERE for this weeks version of the Highways Register

Recycling information available HERE

 

ROAD CLOSURE

20th February 

Tickford Street between 12.30 - 4.30pm 


 MILTON KEYNES COUNCIL INFORMATION

          
 

The Town Council confirms that the audit for the year ended 31 March 2019 has been concluded and that the Annual Return has been published.

Notice of Conclusion of Audit

Annual Governance & Accountability Return


M1 JUNCTION 13 TO 16 SMART MOTORWAY WORKS PROGRAMME 

  LASTEST NEWS FOR SMART MOTORWAY SCHEME

UPDATE OF MOTORWAY CLOSURES
                   

 TOWN CENTRE FLOWERS 2020

town centre flowers
We all enjoyed the hanging baskets in our town in 2019. Would you like to make a donation towards them this year? Your name will be published on our website, and on the board outside of the Council Offices.  Donations of any size are welcome.  Simply make a cheque out to Newport Pagnell Town Council and write donation to Town Centre Flowers on the back, or pop into the office with a cash donation.

Individual baskets can also be sponsored at £78 per basket.