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  IF YOU ARE SELF-ISOLATING WE CAN HELP formCOVID-19 RESPONSE GROUP - HOW TO BECOME A VOLUNTEER

If you would like to become a volunteer you can do so by the following methods:-

  • Telephone - 01908 618756
  • Join the Facebook group -  Newport Pagnell Covid-19 Response Group

    If you live in Newport Pagnell you should  of received one of these flyers through your door, it will have your local co-ordinators details on. 

    Newport Pagnell Town Council can verify that if you contact the people whose details are on this flyer for help or to volunteer that it is not a scam.

    We would like to give a huge thanks to the members of Newport Pagnell Chit Chat group, the Medical Centre, all the local churches and pharmacies who are working together to make this group work.  
 Message from Marc Tarbit Commander of Milton Keynes Police - click this LINK

 ALLOTMENTS

 

Our Allotments are currently open, so if you are already a tenant please feel free to visit your plot but please observe current government guidelines regarding social distancing to help limit the spread of the virus. Please note that that government could change its guidance at any time and it is possible that allotments could potentially be closed at a later date, so please continue to monitor our website for up to date information.

Please click on the Allotment tab at the top of this page for more information.

Thank you 

PARKS AND PLAY AREAS


Please be aware that although our parks remain open the play areas in them are not and should not be used.  All our sports grounds are closed.

WASTE COLLECTIONS
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Monday 30th March was the last green bin waste collection for the time being. Please dispose of food waste either in a compost or in your black sacks for collection. This service will restart as soon as possible.

  •  Weekly rubbish and recycling will continue as normal

  •  Annual rolls of recycling sacks have started to be distributed early, you should receive your roll in the coming weeks

  •  Please keep hold of any bulky waste until the household recycling centres re-open, any fly tipping is liable to prosecution and a fine. 

 HORTICULTURAL SHOW 

 

Unfortunately we have had to cancel to Horticultural Show for this year due to Coronavirus therefore there will be no schedules available. 

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

Wendy Egan Town MayorWe are sorry to have to announce that Town Councillor and Deputy Mayor Wendy Egan has passed away following a period of illness.Wendy was a generous volunteer involved in many groups within the town and had served as a Town Councillor for many years, notably leading our sports & recreation and public events committees. Her other roles included being a trustee of the Youth Club Trust.

 

Wendy served as Mayor of Newport Pagnell for two terms in 2011-2013. The current Mayor, Paul Day said "Our town has lost a special lady. Everyone involved with the Town Council will miss Wendy"

 

 IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT 

Sadly, owing to Covid-19, the Town Council has had to close its Town Centre office, but we are still very much available to the public. Our central phone line is being redirected to our receptionist’s home phone, and our email addresses are all still in use. Councillors can be reached at any time, via their contact details on our Town Council website.

Meetings and events have been suspended for the time being. If you would like to comment on any planning application in your area, please just send us an email, and we will make sure your comment is considered. We will endeavour to keep grass cut in parks, to the best of our ability during these circumstances, but it very much depends on whether our contractor can field a grass cutting team. Of course all play areas are closed for the moment.

The Town Council is involved in the volunteer response to Covid-19 and you should soon be getting a message through your door advising you of whom to contact if you need help or wish to volunteer. Our thanks to the great team at Newport Pagnell Chit Chat on Facebook, for co-ordinating the volunteers for this response and doing all the work.

 
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.

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


 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

 

Highways England contractors have changed their impact piling schedule from 13th February and will be working on a 9am - 5pm shift pattern on the northbound carriageway adjacent to Miles Close.  Due to unforeseen issues with the ground conditions they will need to impact pile the southbound carriageway also.

 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.