Hedgeley Parish Council Remit
Hedgeley Parish Council assists in providing the following services (this is not a complete list):
- Powburn Play Area
- dog and litter bins
- consultation on planning applications
- grants to local charities
- collaboration with neighbouring Parish Councils on common issues such as road safety
Dates: Hedgeley Parish Council meets quarterly in February, May, September and December each year
Venue: Breamish Hall, Powburn
Members of the public are welcome to attend as observers. Members of the public may ask to put questions to and/or address Hedgeley Parish Council. They can arrange this by letting the Clerk know before 7pm on the day of the meeting. While Hedgeley Parish Council aims to be democratic, transparent and open, items can be raised with the Council on a confidential basis if is agreed that this is necessary.
[Updated 11 May 2019]
Clerk to Hedgeley Parish Council
Ms Claire Miller, 14 Addycombe Close, Rothbury, Northumberland NE65 7QF
Tel: 01669 621565
Chair of Hedgeley Parish Council
Ms May Wilson, 7 Crawley View, Powburn NE66 4HJ Tel: 01665 578576 email@example.com
Vice Chair of Hedgeley Parish Council
Mr Drew Carr-Ellison, Titlington Hall, Alnwick NE66 2EB Tel: 01665 578220 Mob: 07500 663858 firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms Noreen Birnie, Crawley Farmhouse, Powburn NE66 4JA Tel: 01665 578413 email@example.com
Mr Chris Robinson, 6 Crawley View, Powburn NE66 4HJ Tel: 01665 578378 firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr John Brown, 6 Breamish Cottages, Powburn NE66 4HN Tel: 01665 578344
Mr Michael Clark, Shawdon Woodhouse, Glanton NE66 4AF Tel: 01665 578102 email@example.com
Mr Ian Smith, 1 West Bolton Cottage, Powburn NE66 2EF 01665 574015 firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr John Frater, 3 Hill View, Powburn NE66 4HL email@example.com
Ms Pam Scott, 19/21 Beanley Cottages, Powburn NE66 2DX Tel: 01665 578277 firstname.lastname@example.org
Declaration of Interests
How to raise an issue with Hedgeley Parish Council
Anyone who wishes to raise an issue or make a suggestion to Hedgeley Parish Council should do so in writing or attend a quarterly Parish Council Meeting.
Letters can be passed to Councillors or, if urgent, raised with the Chair, Vice Chair or Clerk.
Please note that if someone approaches a Councillor without putting the matter in writing, the Councillor will be obliged to disclose the person’s name and this would be minuted if raised at a meeting.
The reason for dealing with issues in this way is to provide Councillors with all relevant information directly from individuals. This is important if a decision is required on any issue raised.
Agendas, minutes of meetings, financial documents and other relevant Hedgeley Parish Council documents:
To conduct its business, services and duties, Hedgeley Parish Council processes a wide range of data, relating to its own operations and some which it handles on behalf of partners. The Council takes your privacy seriously and will treat any information you share with respect and care. The following document sets out what you can expect regarding your privacy.