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You are invited to a public consultation exhibition put on by Redrow Homes who will be developing the Tesco Site.  Please note this is not a Town Council consultation. 


Swan Revived Hotel

High Street

Newport Pagnell MK16 8AR 

On Tuesday 1st December 2015 from 4.00 pm to 8.00 pm 


For more details see the consultation leaflet here:- /Newport-Pagnell-Town-Council/UserFiles/Files/25207 - Consultation Leaflet - RevB.pdf 





Work has now started on the car park extension at Middleton Pool users will be pleased to have the extra parking spaces.  Work should be completed in January 2016.


Whilst work is being done could we kindly ask if users of the pool could park with care and not park on the double yellow lines as this is a safety hazard for children arriving and leaving the pool.




We are pleased to announce that following multiple requests from the Town Council the Environmental Agency have commenced clearing the river from the Tickford Bridge towards Caldecotte Mill. 




Newport Pagnell Town Council welcomes Richard Pearson onto the Town Council .




Collections of waste and recycling will remain unchanged until Christmas Day 25 December.  For the following three weeks collections will change as detailed below.  Please put your refuse and recycling out on your property boundary by 7am on your revised collection day.

Christmas Week

Thursday 24 December            Collections as normal

Friday 25 December                 Tuesday 29 December

New Year Week

Monday 28 December               Wednesday 30 December

First Week of January

Monday 4 January                     Wednesday 6 January

Second Week of January

Monday 11 January                   Tuesday 12 January

For a full list of revised collection days please click on the link below:




It is with my deepest regret that we have to inform people that St John Ambulance will no longer operate out of Newport Pagnell after 89 years.  The decision has been taken by the Regional team to close the Division/Unit off.  To celebrate the end of the Division/Unit we are inviting all past members to join us at the Peartree Bridge on 12th December 2015 at 19.00 for a final meal.  Please can anyone interested in attending get in touch with Mark Lombardo by email mark.lombardo@sja.org.uk




The Town Council would like to thank Mary Rose Carman for her many years of Chairing the Muster Committee also the Committee Members who are standing down this year.

If there is anyone who is interested in taking over the Muster or being involved in the running of this event please contact the Town Council on 01908 618756. 




Cherry Road, Newport Pagnell - from its junction with Whitethorns to its junction with Annesley Road.  Controlled access to properties along or off Cherry Road will be maintained at all times.

Whilst the above length of road is closed the alternative route will be via Whitethorns and Annesley Road (and visa versa.

Annesley Road, Road Pagnell - From its junction with Whitethorns to its junction with Broad Street.  Controlled access to properties along or off Annesley Road will be maintained at all times.

Whilst the above length of road is closed the alternative route will be via Cherry Road and Whitethorns (and vice versa). 

Station Road and Caldcote Street, Newport Pagnell - from Caldecote Street's junction with Spring Gardens to Station Road's junction with the High Street. 


Whilst the above length of road is closed; the alternative route northbound will be via Spring Gardens, Bury Avenue, Bury Street and High Street.  The alternative route southbound would be via High Street, Bury street, Bury Avenue, Spring, Lovat Street and Silver Street.

Some access to properties along Station Road and Caldecote Street will be maintained throughout the closure. 




Please click on the green button on the left for up to date information on the Neighbourhood Plan.




Message from Action Fraud - Fraudsters have been phoning victims telling them that they have been placed in the wrong Council Tax bracket for a number of years and are entitled to a rebate.  They normally say the rebate should be worth about £7,000.

Once the victim is convinced, the fraudster tells them that in order to receive the rebate they will need to pay an administration fee in advance.  This amount varies between £60-£350.  The victim provides the details and makes the payment, but then is no longer able to make contact with the person they spoke to on the phone.  When they phone their Council about the rebate the Council will confirm that they know nothing about it and that they have been contacted by fraudsters.

Protect yourself:

Never respond to unsolicited phone calls.

Your local council won't ever phone to discuss a council tax rebate.  If you receive a call of this nature put the phone down straight away. 

No legitimate organisation will ask you to pay an advanced fee in order to receive money, so never give them your card details. 




Living Archive Milton Keynes are delighted to present "Milton Keynes Through the Lens" out now on DVD.  A glimpse of the history of our city in moving images compiled from archive footage from 1940's to the present day.

Featuring: A Wolverton VE Day street party, the building of the M1 in the Newport Pagnell area, the last journey of the Nobby Newport train, the last Aston Martin to leave the production line and much more.

Milton Keynes Through the Lens is available to buy for £10 (p&p £1.99) from our online shop www.livingarchive.org.uk/content/online-shops/dvds



The Town Council would like to thank the following sponsors for their generous support for the beautiful hanging baskets and flower tubs.


Cambourne Travel, IT Support Line Limited, Rosalie Anne Parsons, The Rotary Club and John Smith.


Sadly the wonderful displays have now been taken down, a sign that Autumn is here, and frosts are on the way.  However, we can now look forward to the Christmas Lights display.


The Town Council is pleased to announce that the Britain in Bloom Judges awarded the town a Silver Gilt Award. 


Green Park School were Highly Commended for their garden and received a certificate.


Ousedale School were Commended for their Eco Garden and received a certificate.



Willen Surgery is to finally re-open its doors in January 2016 under the management of Newport Pagnell Medical Centre. 

Caroline Rollings, Managing Partner at Newport Pagnell Medical Central is urging patients to visit their website http://www.npmc.nhs.uk/ and register their interest to become a patient at Willen. 


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.

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