Planning Committee Meeting

The Planning Committee will meet on Tuesday 26th September at 7pm in the Village Hall to discuss the plans for the erection of a 2 storey 3 bedroom dwelling with detached garage/store and the siting of a temporary caravan during construction at Land East of Charity Farmhouse, Goredyke Bank, Gorefield, PE13 4NH. Anybody wishing to express an opinion on this application is welcome to attend the meeting.

The planning application and associated documents can be viewed on the Fenland District Council website as planning application number F/YR17/0872/F.

- View application -

New Parish Councillors Co-opted

At their meeting on Monday 4th September, the members of the Parish Council selected two new Councillors to fill the vacancies resulting from recent resignations.

Cllr Rodney Sloan is well known for his involvement in the Village Plan, the Village Fete and the Friends of the Church. He also brings useful experience and knowledge from his professional life in the financial services industry.

Cllr Roger Moore brings many years' experience as a Parish Councillor, a Unitary Borough Councillor, a Village Hall Trustee, School Governor, and a Director of several charities.

We look forward to working with our new members to achieve the Council's objectives.

Notice of Vacancy

Following the resignations of Councillors Doug Fullbrook and Alison Sloan, two vacancies have arisen in the office of Councillor for Newton-in-the-Isle Parish Council

For further details, please read the official notices of vacancy.

- Notice of Vacancy - Fullbrook -
- Notice of Vacancy - Sloan -

Parish Council Meetings

The Parish Council will meet on the following dates during 2017 at 7.00 in the Village Hall.

Members of the public are welcome to attend all meetings. Each meeting starts with a short Public Forum at which visitors may raise any issues they would like to bring to the attention of the Council. The Parish Assembly in March offers an opportunity for parishioners to meet the members of the Council and to discuss any aspect of life in the Parish.

Parish Name Change

Following overwhelming support from residents through the Village Plan survey, we applied to revert to the original name of Newton-in-the-Isle.

At their meeting on Thursday 25th February, Fenland District Council accepted our request and will now be conducting all the legal processes on our behalf. New signs have been erected at the entrances to the village to celebrate our new identity.

The Village Plan process has highlighted a number of other issues that can be addressed promptly by the Parish Council and we will provide further feedback in the coming months.