Septembers meeting of the Parish Council will be changed from Wednesday 5th September to Wednesday 12th September due to an extraordinary meeting of Middlesbrough Council to discuss Dixons Bank/Stainton Way Highway proposals.
Bring the family to listen to the Silverwood Band on Thursday 5th July at Nunthorpe Institute. Entry £1 which gives entry to a raffle and a soft drink at the interval. Or bring along your own drinks. Great family event.
This years annual meeting of the Parish followed by the AGM and monthly meeting will be held on 2nd May commencing at 6.30pm.
The Parish Council is looking for additional residents of Nunthorpe who are willing to give some of their time and join the other Councillors
Do you have a desire to make a difference in your community and make Nunthorpe a place where people want to live, work and enjoy themselves?
Do you care about your community?
Then please get involved with your Parish Council.
Please come along to our meetings at The Nunthorpe Institute at 7pm om the first Wednesday of the month, to see if you would like to become a Parish Councillor. Residents need to be involved to help ensure that Nunthorpe retains its character.
The next meeting is on Wednesday 4th April 2018
The Parish Council meeting in January has been changed from 3rd January to 10th January 2018 at 7pm. This date allows for the school to be fully operational for the meeting.
Merry Christmas to all.
Below link to the new information.
Nunthorpe Parish Councillors met Mayor Budd, Lewis Young and Rob Farnham on Monday 27 November.
Parish Councillors were happy to report a good meeting with no doubt that the Mayor understood Nunthorpe residents problems and the Parish Council had a better understanding of the Councils problems than prior to the meeting.
Main findings/agreements rom the meeting:
(i) The consultation period has been extended to 12th January 2018.
(ii) The scheme has been put on hold while further consultation/consideration takes place.
(iii) New consultation letters will be sent to Dixons Bank residents – both sides – plus the Parish Council.
Numerous questions/comments were brought forward to the meeting, and Parish Councillors outlined the main objections to the scheme; one of the most important aspects was that Mr Farnham was unable to state the anticipated improvement in junction efficiency and its impact on the wider South Middlesbrough traffic flow, following the proposed Dixons Bank changes.
The topic will be discussed further at the December Parish Council meeting on 6th December.
Meet at the Avenue shops at 10am.Litter grabbers, bin bags and gloves will be provided, together with small prizes for the most rubbish collected.