Acomb Parish Council
Acomb Parish Council represents the interests of the community of Acomb Parish from its boundary with Wall Parish to the north and the River Tyne to the South, and from West Oakwood in the East and the River North Tyne to the West.
The Parish Council is responsible for a number of functions, including public allotments, management of some roadside areas, consultative Planning functions, Neighbourhood Plan, Bus Shelters, local signage, litter bins, public seats and minor Grant Funding. It will also act as the communications channel with Northumberland County Council for other local government responsibilities (such as Highways, Street Lighting, Waste Disposal….).
Acomb Parish Council is made up of 7 Councillors, who are elected or re-elected every 4 years. Meetings are normally held on the first wednesday of the month and are open to the public.
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