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Milton Keynes Council have advised us that we are only allowed to hand out one roll of pink sacks per customer when residents come into the Town Council Office.  This is due to many commercial companies taking large amounts of sacks to use as packaging.


Every year during the summer months a roll of 80 pinks sacks are delivered to each property in Newport Pagnell.  According to Milton Keynes Council this should last for nine months depending on the size of the household a further roll can then be collected from our office at 80 High Street.


We apologise for the inconvenience this new ruling may cause, and regret that the issue is completely out of the hands of the Town Council. 




Find out everything about where you live - at the touch of a button


A new, simple to use online service has been launched by Milton Keynes Council to help local people find out almost everything they need to know about where they live.


My Milton Keynes is an online "one stop shop" providing information and maps about council services and other community facilities in local area.


To use My Milton Keynes click on the "My Milton Keynes" link on the home page of the council's website http://www.milton-keynes.gov.uk/ or go to https://mapping.milton-keynes.gov.uk/




We are now planning for the Town hanging baskets and flower tubs for this Summer.



If you would like to sponsor a basket the cost is £77.25 per basket.  This covers the cost of the flowers, watering and maintenance.  If you would like to sponsor or would like more information please contact the Town Clerk, by email TownClerk@newport-pagnell.org.uk or telephone 01908 618756.


Names of sponsors will be displayed on the plaque outside the Council Offices and on our website and facebook pages.


Sponsors for 2014

Paul Holoway from IT Support Line Limited has sponsored two baskets.

 P R E S S   R E L E A S E


This year the Town Council is delighted to announce it will be holding its Annual Town Meeting on the 24th April 2014, at 7.15 pm for 7.30 pm at the Aston Martin Heritage Showrooms, Aston Martin Works, Tickford Street, Newport Pagnell,  MK16 9AN.


Tickets to entrants will be issued and the lucky ticket holder will win a tour around Aston Martin Works accompanied by the Mayor of Newport Newport, Councillor John Smith, who coincidently used to undertake this very job, ushering celebrities around the site.


One of the main focuses of the evening will be feeback on the all important Neighbourhood Plan for Newport Pagnell.  Your voice is critical in the development of this plan, so we hope to see you there.


Everyone is invited.  Do join us for a glass of wine or orange juice.


Do you know of anyone living within the town who deserves to be recognised for their outstanding good works or their contribution to Newport Pagnell for the last year or over many years?


If you do and would like to nominate them for the Town Annual Award then please write to the Town Clerk, Shar Roselman, Newport Pagnell Town Council, 80 High Street, MK16 8AQ or email TownClerk@newport-pagnell.org.uk  We will need a brief paragraph of about 100 words explaining why this person deserves the award.  The Town Council is delighted to  receive nominations from people in all walks of life.  The deadline for nominations is 15th April 2014.


The award will be presented at the Annual Town Meeting on 24th April 2014.




The Town Council is delighted to welcome to new councillors, Councillor Diane Kitchen and Councillor Roger Clarke, to the Council.  Both Councillors have a long history of working hard as a volunteer with various committees and groups for the benefit of Newport Pagnell residents.  



The Public Consultation has now been completed please click on the links below for full details.



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The new residents' Guide is available from the Town Council office at 80 High Street or online



The Town Council has published the 5 pillars of change for a vision for Newport Pagnell.  These are:

  • Keeping and enhancing the vibrancy of the Town Centre
  • Encouraging more and better events
  • Creating further off-street parking
  • Developing the Town’s Heritage offerings
  • Expanding leisure and sporting facilities in the town.

Click here to see possible strategies the Town Council is investigating to bring these changes to fruition.

Please tell us if you agree or disagree that the Town Vision should be built on these "pillars of change."   Email the Town Clerk on TownClerk@newport-pagnell.org.uk

If you wish to be contacted by email for Town Council news and updates pleased contact Janine Wainwright on web@newport-pagnell.org.uk