Northumberland

CORNHILL-on-TWEED

 

Cornhill Community Action Group

 

CORNHILL SOCIAL HISTORY PROJECT

Creating an Archive of Births, Marriages and Deaths for public access

 

CORNHILL SOCIAL HISTORY PROJECT

INTERVIEWERS PLEASE!

Help us to record villagers' memories

Two training sessions (free)

equipment provided

Contact: Teresa 01890 883330

or Elizabeth 01890 882578

mail@cornhillsocialhistory.org.uk

 

Wanted:

Photographs old and new of Cornhill for an archive and a photographer to work with the project.

 

Details on our Community Action Group Page

 


CPC Meeting

The next

Parish Council Meeting

will take place in the Village Hall on:

Thursday, 14th November 2019, at 6.00pm

 

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Minutes of the Parish Council Meetings are available on our archive page

(Drop-down menu on the Parish Council page menu).

 


 
Community Walk

Details about the 6th Community walk can be found on our

"In and Around Cornhill" page

 


St Helen's Church

Latest Stained Glass Project update

on our St Helen's Page


Cornhill Community Action Group

 

Identifying and implementing projects that benefit the Parish of Cornhill-on-Tweed

Details on our NEW PAGE via the Community Page menu

 

 A brief write-up about the recent Summer Fair

is available on the Community Group Page:

HERE

 


 Parish Council current financial statement is available

  on our

"Parish Council" page

 


 Plastic Packaging

 

You can help in the reduction of plastic packaging by signing a petition via a link on our "Community Page"

 


 Cornhill Festive Lights Project

 

Details on our "Newsletter" page


 Planning Notices

Visit the Planning Page via the Menu Link on our Parish Council Page


 Parish Council Accounts

Are available on our Parish Council Page


 OilCAN Community Oil Buying Scheme

 Run by Affinity and Community Action Northumberland

Not a Member:

Joining details, Current Oil Prices for Members
and full information on our

Community Page

 


 Superfast Broadband now available in Cornhill!

Full details on our Community Page

 


What's going on with our Ambulances?

Is a protocol on paramedic breaks endangering lives in North Northumberland?

Please share your view on our ambulance cover

READ MORE (PDF)

 

Cornhill-on-Tweed Parish Council

CORNHILL PARISH COUNCIL currently has a full complement of seven members. The meetings are held at 6.00pm in the Village Hall on the Second Thursday of alternate months  – May, July, September, November, January and March, with the Annual General Meeting being held before the Ordinary Meeting in May.

Agendas for all the meetings are posted a week in advance on the noticeboards in Cornhill and Donaldson’s Lodge, and also on this website, where the minutes are also lodged as soon as possible after the meetings. All meetings are open to the public, and a request is made for parishioners’ questions to be submitted in writing (or by email) to the Clerk at least three days before the date of the meeting. 

 


 

 

 


  

Parish Council Meeting Minutes

Minutes of the Annual Parish Meeting held on Thursday, 12th September 2019 can now be downloaded here as a PDF.

 


 

Parish Council Financial Statement

Cornhill Parish Council Financial Statement at 12th September 2019 can now be downloaded as a PDF by clicking here.

 


 

Parish Council Meeting Minutes

Minutes of the Annual Parish Meeting held on Thursday, 11th July 2019 can now be downloaded here as a PDF.

 


 

Parish Council Financial Statement

Cornhill Parish Council Financial Statement at 11th July 2019 can now be downloaded as a PDF by clicking here.

 


 

Cornhill Parish Council

Accounting Statement (2018/19)

The full Statement of Account documents are available as a PDF: HERE

 


 

Parish Council Meeting Minutes

Minutes of the Annual Parish Meeting held on Wednesday, 8th May 2019 can now be downloaded here as a PDF.

Further minutes from 8th May can also be downloaded here.

 


 

 Financial Statement 

Cornhill Parish Council Financial Statement at 8th May 2019 can now be downloaded as a PDF by clicking here.

 


 

Parish Council Meeting Minutes

Minutes of a special meeting held on Tuesday, 2nd April 2019 are now available to download HERE as a PDF.

 


 

Parish Council Meeting Minutes

The minutes from the Parish Council meeting on 14th March 2019 are now available to download HERE as a PDF. 

 


Play Area

The unsafe climbing frame is to be removed.   Replacement equipment will be considered at a later date, but this will require grant money to purchase.

Litter picking

The Parish Council continues to carry out litter picking on the two main roads through Cornhill.   This is mainly done by the parish Councillors and Clerk, but local resident, David Richmond, has joined the team on each occasion.   We document a risk assessment for each session, and wear high viz jackets.   These are marked with Northumberland County Council on the back, but we are all volunteers and not doing community work as a punishment!!   Each time we do the litter picks, we fill at least a dozen black dustbin bags, the litter having been thrown from passing vehicles.   You would be surprised what we pick up!”

Any volunteers to help would always be welcome.

Donaldsons Lodge old phone box

The phone box has been purchased by the Parish Council for the sum of  £1.00.   It is now being used as a book exchange, and leaflets relevant to the area may also be placed in there.

Grass and hedge cutting

Mick, Parish Council Chairman, works tirelessly to get the County Council to cut the grass regularly in Cornhill and Donaldsons Lodge.    We were led to understand this should be done regularly during the summer months, but sadly this does not seem to be the case.    It is important to keep the footpaths free of grass and weeds to avoid tripping, slipping and nettle stings on dogs’ pads.   Overhanging hedges are also a problem for pedestrians, and we endeavour to have these pruned when necessary.   We have been told, however, that hedges may not be pruned between 1st February and 1st August to protect nesting birds.

Potholes  

The County Council has introduced a new way of reporting potholes.

Click on the poster below for instructions,

NCC Potholes Poster

or use the above NCC link to Report Potholes HERE


 

Planning


Further Parish Council information may be accessed from the minutes of the bi-monthly meetings posted on this website.

Contact:   Angela Hallam-Baker, Parish Clerk  -  email:

parishclerk@cornhill-on-tweed.co.uk      Tel:  01890 820501

  


 

Members of Cornhill Parish Council:

 

Chairman:

Councillor Barbara Richmond

9 Tweed Meadows
Cornhill-on-Tweed, TD12 4WB

Tel: 01890 883963

Email: barichmond@btinternet.com




Councillor Susan Dorrian
Ptarmigan,
Coldstream Road,
Cornhill-on-Tweed,
TD12 4UE
Email: susiebsp@sky.com



Sharon Knight
Jubilee Cottage,
Main Street,
Cornhill-on-Tweed,
TD12 4UJ
Email: littleshazb@hotmail.co.uk



Councillor Tina Ayre
3 Tweed View,

Cornhill-on-Tweed, TD12 4US

Email: ronald.ayre@btinternet.com

 


 Councillor David Richmond

9 Tweed Meadows
Cornhill-on-Tweed, TD12 4WB

Tel: 01890 883963

Email: dhrichmond@btinternet.com

 

Councillor Mick Plunkett

Harper Ridge Donaldson's Lodge Cornhill-on-Tweed, TD12 4UP

Tel: 01890 882668

Email: mickplunkett@hotmail.co.uk


Councillor Joan Easton

Rose Cottage

New Harper Ridge Donaldson's Lodge Cornhill-on-Tweed, TD12 4UP

Tel: 01890 882425

Email: joan.easton@sky.com


Angela Hallam-Baker (Parish Clerk) Branxton Villa Branxton,

Cornhill-on-Tweed, TD12 4SW

Tel: 01890 820501

Email: angelahallambaker@btinternet.com

Email:
parishclerk@cornhill-on-tweed.co.uk


County Cllr Roderick Lawrie
Tel: 07715.209.055
Email: roderick@oldbore.co.uk



 

 

Council Links


The  Minutes of the Cornhill Parish Council meetings are available on the archive page.

Planning Notices

 

PLEASE USE THE

PLANNING LINK ON THE

PARISH COUNCIL PAGE MENU

FOR LOCAL PLANNING APPLICATIONS

 

Information

Citizens Advice Service

Contact details on our

"Community Page"


Potholes 

The County Council has introduced a new way of reporting potholes.

Information on how you can help by reporting potholes

on our Parish Council page


The Scottish Government

has introduced a licensing system for air weapons in Scotland.

From 31 December 2016, you will generally need a visitor permit to own, use, purchase or acquire

air weapons while in Scotland.


Visitor Permits are issued by Police Scotland.