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 CLEAN FOR THE QUEEN

VOLUNTEER'S DAY IN NEWPORT PAGNELL 

 

This year for the Queen's 90th Birthday this year.  Newport Pagnell Town Council is co-ordinating a morning of litter picking between 9.30 am and 1.00 pm on Wednesday 6th July 2016 as part of the Clean for the Queen campaign. 

 

Volunteers will meet next to Bury Common, at the long stay car park at 9.30 am and will be issued all necessary equipment.  Team leaders will take groups to various areas of the town for litter picking.

 

We hope to also be joined by a number students from Ousedale School, making this a multi-age event. 

 

Please email Janine on 01908 618756 or email web@newport-pagnell.org.uk to put your name down for this event.  This will ensure we provide enough equipment for everyone.

 

It's only 3 1/2 hours of your time in a whole year - come on - join us, help keep Newport Pagnell beautiful and meet new friends who all care about our town.  Whether you are disabled, young, middle-aged or a senior citizen, or can only be on your feet for a very short period of time, we would welcome you.

 

Cedars and green Park primary schools in Newport Pagnell are also setting up schedules to litter pick in the afternoon after school, in a park near to their school, so if your children go to those schools, please join in.  Let's report to the Queen - all spic and span Ma'am.  a fun community event for everyone, and we will provide tea/coffee and biscuits at half time! 

 

 

IT TENDER NOW OPEN  

If you are interested in tendering for the Town Council's IT Support contact, please click on the link here to see the tender, and closing date for bids.  

 NEW MAYOR FOR THE TOWN COUNCIL

 At the Annual Meeting of the Town Council Cllr. Derek Eastman was elected as the new Mayor of Newport Pagnell Town Council. Cllr. Eastman has been a Town Councillor since he was first elected to the Town Council in 2000.  

 Cllr Wendy Egan was voted in as the Deputy Mayor.   

Should you wish to invite the Mayor or Deputy Mayor to your Newport Pagnell event, please contact the office on TownClerk@newport-pagnell.org.uk  

 

 ALLOTMENTS AVAILABLE

The Town Council has allotments available at the London Road site.

 

They are free of charge until October when rents are due.  You will only pay £10 for the site key and admin.

 

If you are interested telephone Sharon on 01908 618756. 

 NEWPORT PAGNELL NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN

REFERENDUM RESULTS 2016  

Residents came out in force to vote for the Neighbourhood Plan on Thursday, and we are delighted to announce that 83% of voters voted 'yes' for the Plan.  

The next step is for Milton Keynes Council to formally 'make' the plan, after which it will become a legal step in the planning structure, which Milton Keynes Council must consider against every planning application made in Newport Pagnell.  

The Neighbourhood Plan was developed by Newport Pagnell Town Council and many local residents, and is a local plan for our town created by our town.    

Where to find the plan

online: press on the Neighbourhood Plan blue button on the left of this screen. 

email: TownClerk@newport-pagnell.org.uk

For a printed copy, please visit the Town Council offices, at 80 High Street, or the Newport Pagnell library.

 

 

NEWPORT PAGNELL TOWN COUNCIL ELECTION RESULTS - PARISH COUNCILLORS 

There have been uncontested elections for Newport Pagnell Town Council. If you would like to see who has been elected please click on the link below.  

 Who has been elected as a Town Councillor? 

There is still one vacancy on the Town Council.  If you would like to be considered for co-option into this vacancy, please contact Shar Roselman, on 01908 618756 or by email on TownClerk@newport-pagnell.org.uk. 


NEWPORT PAGNELL'S

HORTICULTURAL AND HANDICRAFTS SHOW 

 

The Show takes place at the United Reformed Church hall, High Street, Newport Pagnell.  On Saturday 3rd September. 

 

Doors opening to the public at 2.00 pm.  For more information or a show schedule telephone 01908 618756.

 

Click here to see the schedule:-  /Newport-Pagnell-Town-Council/UserFiles/Files/Hort Show 2016 Cover.pdf and/Newport-Pagnell-Town-Council/UserFiles/Files/Hort Show 2016 Second Page.pdf

 

 BRITAIN IN BLOOM 2016

 

The flower baskets and tubs for around the town have been ordered for this year and they will be in place in the High Street again in early June and Newport Pagnell has been entered for the Britain in Bloom competition.

 

If anyone would like to sponsor a basket please contact the Town Clerk Shar Roselman on 01908 618756.

 

We are once again holding two Britain in  Bloom Competitions this year.  One for the best front garden in Newport Pagnell and one for the best floral display by a publican.  You don't need to register to enter, as we will be taking photographs of front gardens and pub displays in July and August this year.  However, if you would like us to pay particular attention to your front garden or pub display please contact Janine on 01908 618756 or email web@newport-pagnell.org.uk

 

You don't need a large garden even the smallest front spaces will be considered.  Trophies for both competitions will be awarded at the Horticultural Show in September.  So please get growing.

 

 TOWN COUNCIL OFFICIAL STREET PLAN

 

view here 

VISION FOR NEWPORT PAGNELL 

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