Carham Parish Council has a responsibility to further and protect the interests of the local community.
With the current trend pushing towards the "Big Society", it is even more important that the Parish Council has a more hands-on approach with local issues.
If you feel you have a contribution to make, or feel strongly about an issue affecting the future of this community, please email the council via the link on this page.
The only way to effect change, is to be part of it.
Parish council Audited Accounts
The full 5 pages of audited accounts: Available HERE
Vacancy on Carham Parish Council
Carham Parish Council is currently in a position to co-opt a new councillor. This is a voluntary position and a councillor’s task is to bring local issues to the attention of the council, and help it make decisions on behalf of the local community. There is a wide range of training available to assist councillors develop skills and knowledge.
Northumberland County Council and the National Association of Local Councils’ websites provide prospective candidates with an insight into understanding roles and responsibilities.
Carham Parish Council meets six times a year, alternative months beginning in May, on the second Tuesday of those months, in St Cuthbert’s Church, Carham at 6.30pm.
If you wish to be considered for this position please contact the Clerk:
Agnes Changleng telephone 01890 850336 or email .
Below you will find the names of your Parish Councillors, and details about meetings and links to Northumberland County Council planning department web pages.
- Agnes Weatherhead Changleng, (Clerk to the Council), TD12 4RR - Telephone:01890 850336, Email: The Clerk to the Council HERE
- Councillor William Potts
- Councillor Ann Lauder, (Chair)
- Councillor David John Critchlow
- Councillor James J. Jobson
- Councillor Victoria Poland
- Councillor John Court
- Councillor Pat Feerick
To visit Northumberland CC Search page for local planning applications CLICK HERE
The TRUE cost of Wind Farms
To read the full newspaper article click HERE (PDF)
For the Carham Parish Council meeting archive, use the navigation link.