Slaley Parish Council

Slaley Parish Councillors and Clerk

Slaley Parish Clerk

slaleypc@gmail.com

Councillors

Ian Stevens (MBE)

07395 566997   ianstevensmbepc@gmail.com

Chair                                                                      Emergency Contact for the Playing Fields Community Notice at Slaley First School 

Debra Taylor

07932 450874           debrajtaylor@hotmail.co.uk 

Slaley Commemoration Hall representative

Lynda Sale

01434 682391                     lynda@salegarcia.com

Jon Storey

07725 610886                    pc.mail@jonstorey.com

Vice-chair                                                                              Jon manages the defibrillator

Stella Douglas                     

07838 866976              stella.douglas@gmail.com

County Councillor           

Colin Horncastle

01434 618259 colin.horncastle@northumberland.gov.uk

Northumberland County Council: 0845 600 6400
Local Rate number: 01434 400388
E-mail:  contactcentre@northumberland.gov.uk

Please report any problems via: www.northumberland.gov.uk (follow the links to "Report a Problem").

Slaley Parish Council

Slaley Parish Council normally meets at 7.30 p.m. on the second Monday of each month in Slaley Commemoration Hall. An agenda is published on the Slaley website before each meeting, and is pasted on the Parish Notice Board (corner of Slaley Churchyard) within the statutory notice period; the official minutes are posted on this website after their adoption by the Council.

Quarterly updates of the Parish Plan 'Action Plan' keep the recommendations for parish improvements firmly at the forefront of many decisions taken during monthly meetings. Public participation is welcomed, and an agenda item is included for each meeting; a Hexham Courant reporter is invited to Slaley Parish Council meetings.

The next meeting of Slaley Parish Council

The Parish Council will next meet on 13th November.

The meeting starts at 7.30pm at Slaley Commemoration Hall in the Community Room.

The public are, as usual, welcome.

Climate Emergency -In support of the County Councils Climate Change Action Plan 2021 – 2023, Parish Councillors declared a Parish Climate Emergency.  By doing so they hope to raise the profile of climate change across the community and ask individuals to do more to protect the environment.  For their part, Parish Councillors agreed that any forthcoming decisions they made on behalf of the community would take account of their potential environmental impact.

 

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