Agenda September 2021

The September meeting of Newtongrange Community Council focussing on 2022 aims, Welfare Park opportunities and developments.


7.00pm-9.00pm Tuesday 31st  August 2021

Online and by phone- all welcome as always, fill in the event form to receive live link

  1. Welcome and apologies 
    1. Apologies 
    2. Any member updates – news and activity  
  2. Previous Meeting (May 2021) Approval/ Matters Arising
  3. Police Report
  4. £1,000 grant towards getting the Welfare Park tennis ? courts reinstated (Ross)
  5. Discussion point: What are the aims & responsibilities of Newtongrange Community Council & Community Development Trust?
  6. AGM – planning/return to face to face – (Jeremy)
  7. 2021-22 Year Aims for NCC– On agenda for reference during wider discussion – opportunity to review and note early thoughts for the year.
    1. Protecting and improving services:
      1.  Newbattle Housing – Please take a look at plan ensure walking routes ok, any other issues? (Jeremy)
      2. Welfare Park fence painting (June)
      3. NWH Extra Goods vehicle & trailers – update (Linda)
      4. Second issue of Newtongrange Flyer content, time frame and delivery? (Jeremy)
    2. The Newtongrange Masterplan: ensuring community development remains at its heart and engaging business and the village in its progress
      1. Church and Gareth
    3. Engaging the community: positive solutions for inclusivity, village pride and achievement.
      1. Noticeboards – update (John)
      2. Village Planters for Spring 22
  8. Reports
    1. Councillor’s – attending councillors 
    2. Treasurer’s  (John)
    3. MFCC (Andrew)
    4. Planning Applications  (John)
  9. Correspondence
    1. Buildings At Risk Register re email Emma Hay
    2. Change of account manager at Zurich
  10. Any Other Business
  11. Date of next meeting
    • Tuesday,  26th October
    • JA on leave 


Jeremy Adderley

Jeremy Adderley

I'm involved with the Newtongrange Community Council because I want to preserve our status as a proud village and ensure residents have a say in local development

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