Alnwick Town Council’s accounts for the year ending March 31st 2021 are available to view. Click on the link below to open the document on how and where these can be viewed.
Alnwick Town Council Accounts 2021 notice1
The ANNUAL GOVERNANCE & ACCOUNTABILITY RETURN for 2020/21 is available to view by clicking on the link below:
AGAR for website
Vacancies exists on Alnwick Town Council for 2 councillors. One in the Clayport Ward and one in the Castle Ward. The council are looking to fill the vacancies by co-option.
The criteria for being an Alnwick Town councillor are available by clicking on the link below:
Councillor Co-option Criteria.
Anyone interested in being considered for the vacancies is requested to make an application in writing, setting out why they would like to be a councillor, in not more than 500 words.
Applications must be submitted to Peter Hately, Chief Officer and Town Clerk, via e-mail to Peter.Hately@alnwick-tc.gov.uk not later than noon on Friday 30th July 2021.
Anyone wishing to find out more about what is involved in being a councillor and how the Town Council operates is asked to contact Peter to arrange an informal discussion. A decision will be made by the Council on Thursday 12th August 2021.
NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY COUNCIL have issued details of the Election of Parish Councillors for the Parishes listed in the document below:
Parish Notice of election 6 May 2021
INFORMATION FOR POTENTIAL CANDIDATES
Anyone who wants to find out more about being a candidate in the upcoming local elections, and the nomination process, should click on the link below:
For specific ward information please click on the relevant link below:
Parish Nomination Pack – Castle Ward
Parish Nomination Pack – Clayport Ward
Parish Nomination Pack – Hotspur Ward
The register of electors is available by downloading the form by clicking the link below:
Register Request Form (Parish)
If you are standing for election and would like to have your papers checked please click on the link below to make an appointment.
A vacancy exists on Alnwick Town Council for a councillor in the Castle Ward and the council are looking to fill the vacancy by co-option. The position will run until May 2021.
Anyone interested in being considered for the vacancy is requested to make an application in writing setting out why they would like to be a councillor, in not more than 500 words.
Application must be submitted to Peter Hately, Chief Officer and Town Clerk via e-mail to Peter.Hately@alnwick-tc.gov.uk not later than noon on Tuesday 9th February 2021.
Anyone wishing to find out more about what is involved in being a councillor and how the Town Council operates is asked to contact Peter Hately to arrange an informal discussion. A decision will be made by the Council on Thursday 11th February 2021.
Tony Brown from Alnwick Medical Group takes you on a tour of the Covid vaccination centre at Alnwick Cricket Club.
His key message is please don’t turn up more than 5 minutes before your appointment.
Click to watch the video:
Alnwick Town Council’s accounts for the year ending March 31st 2020 have been audited and are available to view. Click on the link below to open the document on how and where these can be viewed.
Alnwick Town Council has a Town Councillor vacancy.
Click below for more details:
All Full Council meetings are streamed on YouTube and can be watched by clicking on the link under the name of the meeting. (NOTE meetings are streamed once the meeting has started)
RECREATION & AMENITIES COMMITTEE JANUARY 28th 2021
Alnwick Town Council, Northumberland County Council and Alnwick Chamber of Trade are looking into securing grant funding to enable faster broadband for the town.
An important part of the case for grant funding is to show that current broadband speeds in Alnwick are detrimentally slow. To enable us to do this it would very helpful if you could take the time to answer a few questions about your current broadband provision as this will help us to prove to the grant funders that Alnwick suffers from poor broadband provision. Just send the answers to the questions below to firstname.lastname@example.org
Alnwick Town Council faster broadband
Your postcode (not compulsory if you don’t wish to provide this):
What is the average Broadband speed you receive?
What you pay per month for your present broadband service (give an approximate if unsure):
£10 – £20
£21 – £30
£31 – £40
Your Data allowance per month:
Includes Mobile phone(s)? (Yes/No)
Fixed term with current Broad band deal:
Deal end date