At the Annual Meeting of the Council held remotely on Monday 11th May, the Council elected Councillor Robert Hull as Chair of the Council and Mayor for the next twelve months and Councillor Stephen Ball as Deputy Chair and Deputy Mayor. During the meeting Councillor Hull presented his Annual Town Report to Councillors and […]
We can all help control the virus if we all stay alert. This means you must: stay at home as much as possible work from home if you can limit contact with other people keep your distance if you go out (2 metres apart where possible) wash your hands regularly Do not leave home if […]
Speaking on behalf of the Town Council and the residents of Hexham at the installation of the new Rector of Hexham, the Rev Canon David Glover, by the Bishop of Newcastle, Bob Hull, Mayor of Hexham, congratulated him on his appointment, warmly welcomed him to the town and looked forward to working with him […]
Following a number of concerns about the use of the skate park in The Sele, Hexham Town Council would like to reiterate that whilst the skate park is currently open, there should be no more than six people using the facility at a time and all users must keep two meters apart. If more […]
During the Annual Meeting of the Council held online on Monday 11th May 2020, the Town Mayor, Councillor Hull, presented his Annual Town Report to Councillors and members of the public. Speaking at the meeting, Councillor Hull emphasised the community spirit in Hexham and thanked all volunteers and other organisations involved in Hexham Community […]
Hexham Town Council has recently set up a Facebook and Twitter page to further engage with local residents. To connect with us please follow the links below. The Facebook page can be found here. The Twitter page can be found here.
Hexham Town Council had planned a celebratory picnic with 1940’s music in the Bandstand in the Abbey Grounds to mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day at lunchtime on Sunday 10 May. Clearly in the present circumstances this is not possible. Nevertheless I think it is important that Hexham does celebrate the end of […]
The National Allotment Society have released a statement with updated guidance for all Allotment holders regarding the Coronavirus. The statement alongside further information can be found on their website.
Council meetings are currently being held electronically. If you are a Hexham resident and have any questions regarding matters on the Full Council meeting agenda for 6th April or relating to Hexham, please email firstname.lastname@example.org by noon on 6th April and a reply will be sent on 7th April. Alternatively, if you wish to […]
31.03.20 Thank you to the 70+ of you who have already volunteered to help local vulnerable residents. As you’ll appreciate, the situation is evolving and we are trying to respond in the best and safest way to local need. Please do not take silence as a lack of interest (currently the number of volunteers […]