The national launch of the High Streets Heritage Action Zone programme (HSHAZ) scheme has been welcomed in Hexham and Northumberland. The launch gives final confirmation of funding for Hexham to establish a HSHAZ, which is set to deliver up to £2.4m of improvements to boost the town centre. The project has been developed by […]
There is a vacancy for a Town Councillor in the Priestpopple Ward. If you are interested in becoming a Town Councilor please contact the Council by 30 September. Further information is available by clicking this link.
Hexham Town Council is holding a competition to find Hexham’s future Town Bellman or Bellwoman (Town Crier) at 11:00am on Saturday 24th October outside Hexham Abbey. Anyone interested in becoming the future Bellman of Hexham is invited to apply using the details below! The role of Town Bellman in England goes back to Medieval […]
This September, thousands of individuals and businesses across the country and around the world will be enjoying the benefits of riding a bike. We’re working with Love to Ride to get more people on bikes. Cycling can help us restart the economy whilst maintaining social distancing. It also improves public health and will help […]
NOTICE OF VACANCY IN OFFICE OF A COUNCILLOR PARISH OF HEXHAM (PRIESTPOPPLE WARD) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Pursuant to section 87(2) of the Local Government Act 1972, that Edd Green formerly a Member of the above named Parish Council, has ceased to be a Member of the Town Council, and that a vacancy now […]
Information from Northumberland County Council Pubs, cafes and restaurants wanting to move their chairs and tables outside can now apply to Northumberland County Council for permission through a special fast-track system.A pavement licence will allow some businesses to place removable furniture over parts of the pavement next to their premises to serve food and […]
Temporary traffic changes are being introduced around Hexham’s Market Place to help safeguard the public and support the recovery of the town centre after the easing of lockdown.As the town centre becomes busier, further measures are being brought in to help safeguard the public and support the town’s economic recovery by making it easier […]
Following updated guidance from the Government around face coverings, it will be mandatory to wear a face covering in the Cemetery Chapel from Saturday 8th August 2020. It is currently recommended that you do wear a face covering if using the Chapel prior to the changes on 8th August. Further guidance on this will […]
Information for electors From today (27th July) until 7th September electors have the right if they wish to make an appointment and inspect the accounting records for the financial year ending 31st March 2020. Further information is available in the following document – Audit 2019-20.
Face masks update From 24 July, it will be mandatory to wear a face covering in shops and supermarkets, as well as on public transport. People are also strongly encouraged to wear face coverings in other enclosed public spaces where there are people they do not normally meet. Your face covering must cover your […]