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Welcome to the website of East Bedlington Parish Council

This website introduces you to the small team of dedicated Councillors and staff who make up East Bedlington Parish Council.

The Parish comprises the settlements of  North Blyth, Cambois, East Sleekburn, East Sleekburn East, Bedlington Station and Bedlington East.  For electoral purposes theParish is divided into two wards, Bedlington East and Sleekburn.

We strive, together with partners and agencies, to improve the quallity of life for those living and working in East Bedlington and to act as a strong voice for residents and local businesses. We are committed to driving forward regeneration whilst preserving and celebrating our rich heritage.


PARISH PLAN REVIEW

The Parish Coucil have embarked on a review of the Parish Plan. 

We are currently reviewing how our work impacts on Children & Young People and how we work with our community and strategic partners to deliver the best possilble outcomes for our younger residents in the next five years.

We look forward to working with residents who are interested in improving the quality of life and the built environment in East Bedlington Parish.  if you would like to be further involved in working groups, focus groups or in distributing information please do not hesitate to register your interest by emailing clerk@eastbedlingtonpc.org.uk


FREE HALF TERM ACTIVITIES – UNFORTUNATELY DUE TO THE CORONA VIRUS WE HAVE HAD TO CANCEL OUR PLANNED ACTIVITIES DURING THE EASTER HALF TERM.


GALLAGHER PARK LIVE – EVENT POSTPONED

In light of the current medical emergency NCC are not giving permission for any  events on their land.  We have been advised that, at this time, the authority would not sanction any event.

We know that our residents will be very disappointed however, it is important to put public safety first.  As soon as we are able to reshedule the event we will let you know.


PARISH OFFICE CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC

Further to Government advice regarding Covid 19 the Parish Council Office is currently closed to members of the public.  Our staff will be working from home and will have access to emails.  To contact our team please use the following email addresses

Clerk@eastbedlingtonpc.org.uk  or Ronaldthornton@btconnect.com or jennytindale@btconnect.com

In order to support the work of well-established orgaganisations in our area, EBPC has made immediate donations of £1500 to each of the Food Banks run by the Matthew Project and Wansbeck Valley. This is under constant review. The Council also continues to support the work of our 3 Primary Schools, through an increase in annual donations to £2000 per school (as well as £1000 to Bedlington Academy’s Breakfast Club) and by food deliveries. It is hoped that the residents of East Bedlington will support this use of Parish Council funds.

"Northumberland County Council is beginning its preparations for supporting residents and information can be found at www.northumberland.gov.uk/News/2020/Mar/Northumberland-community-shielding-hub-up-and-runn.aspx or they can be reached by telephone on 01670 620015.

 


COMMEMORATIVE PARISH NEWSLETTER

We still have copies of our Commemorative Newsletter avaiable if you would like to collect one from the Parish Office. If you live outside the Parish and would like to download a copy visit the document archive section of this website.


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