We have put as much information as possible on this website, so that it can be accessed free of charge.
We can provide hard copies of information, but we may make a charge for this. If we do make a charge, it will be 20p per sheet. Postage will be charged at the Royal Mail rate. We will let you know how much you will pay before we supply the information.
Please put your request in writing to:
The Parish Clerk
2 Howburn Farm Cottages
Cornhill on Tweed
Northumberland TD12 4RR
We publish the following information in accordance with the model publication scheme prepared and approved by the Information Commissioner.
Who we are and what we do
What we spend and how we spend it
- Information about our income and expenditure is on our Standards page.
- Our financial standing orders can be found in the Model Standing Orders for Smaller Parish Councils.
What our priorities are and how we are doing
The minutes of the Annual Assembly, on our Meetings page, summarise the year’s work.
How we make decisions
The Parish Council meets six times a year. Meetings, which are open to the public, are in alternate months beginning in May, on the second Tuesday of the month.
- Meeting agendas and minutes of the meetings are published on our Meetings page.
- Responses to planning applications and to consultation papers are on our Planning and Consultations page.
Our policies and procedures
- Model Standing Orders for Smaller Parish Councils
- Model Code of Conduct for Local Councils
- Model Complaints Procedure for Smaller Parish Councils
The Parish Clerk holds the Parish Council’s records and is the Parish Council’s registered Data Controller.
Lists and registers
- Our Register of Assets lists the assets that belong to the Parish Council.
- The Register of Members’ Interests is held by Northumberland County Council and is available on the Carham Parish Council page of its website.
The services we offer
Carham Parish Council provides and manages this website (the Carham Community Website). We also produce and distribute a newsletter twice a year.
The Parish Council manages the children’s play park in Wark village.