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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.


OBITUARY JACK CHARLTON

The Parish Councillors and Offices offer their deepest condolences to the family and friends of the late Jack Charlton  

It has been a privilege to have recieved “Big Jack’s” support over the years at our community events.  We applaud his achievements professionally and personally, and know that he will be greatly missed in our community.


ANNUAL GOVERNANCE & ACCOUNTABILITY RETURN

Our 2019/2020 AGAR is available to view in the document achive section of this website under Accounts & Finance


PARISH MEETINGS TO BE HELD ON ZOOM

The Parish Council will hold its monthly meetings via ZOOM. Visit our meetings section to view the agenda for each meeting and to find out how you can take part.


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

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