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Parish Council Meeting 12th October 2022

As in previous years it is normal practice for no meeting to be held during August. This year, as a result of the passing of Queen Elizabeth 11, and the resultant period of mourning, it was not possible to issue the notice for the proposed meeting of the Parish Council in September. The decision was therefore taken that, because of the close proximity of the October meeting, there would be no meeting... Read More »

Posted: Tue, 27 Sep 2022 12:18 by Ruth Price

Tags: Community Activity, Meeting, Meeting Papers, News, Reports

Travellers at Northside - Statement from Tupton Parish Council

A number of misleading statements have been brought to the Parish Council's attention in regard to the recent eviction of the travellers from the North Side Recreation Ground.

We can confirm that neither Lee Rowley MP nor County Councillor Charlotte Cupit has contacted the Parish Council, neither has either Mr Rowley nor Cllr Cupit directly assisted the Parish Council during the eviction process.

The... Read More »

Posted: Sun, 01 Aug 2021 18:29 by Ruth Price

Tags: Community Activity, News, Reports


Tupton Parish Council believes and recognises that the diversity of our population is one of our greatest strengths and assets.

We are committed to ensuring that people are treated fairly and to promoting equality of opportunity for everyone to live, learn, work and relax in the Parish.

We will address inequality both in the workplace and in relation to access to services and outcomes.

We strongly oppose... Read More »

Posted: Mon, 22 Jun 2020 10:08 by Ruth Price

Tags: News

Position statement - re-opening of Clay Cross Station

Position statement - re-opening of Clay Cross Station

Council position statement on the re-opening of Clay Cross Station

Whilst there are currently no specific proposals for the re-opening of the former railway station at Clay Cross, the Council would be very supportive of such a proposal. The Council would work with all interested parties to ensure that the residents of Tupton and surrounding areas are given the opportunity to easily access the rail network... Read More »

Posted: Sun, 30 Jun 2019 16:58 by Ruth Price

Tags: Community Activity, News

Annual Governance and Accountability Return



Local Audit and Accountability Act 2014 Sections 26 and 27

The Accounts and Audit Regulations 2015 (SI 2015/234)

In line with the above legislation the preliminary documents are now available to view here for Tupton Parish Council.

Posted: Sun, 16 Jun 2019 16:55 by Ruth Price

Tags: Accounts, News

The Flag Pole

The Flag Pole

I am pleased to be able to report that the flag and flag pole have been serviced and repaired and the flag is now proudly flying over the Community Gardens again.

I am appreciative that our service company were able to action this in time for D Day in response to comments from local residents requesting this.

Posted: Mon, 03 Jun 2019 13:46 by Ruth Price

Tags: Community Activity, News

Parking Problems, Actions Needed

Parking Problems, Actions Needed

The Parish Council are to seek additional support from the Police and Highways to help reduce the problem of people illegally parking on double yellow lines, grass verges and close to junctions.

Local residents have complained to Parish Councillors about the hazards this creates as visibility is reduced for both road users and pedestrians and residents are concerned an accident will happen.

Posted: Tue, 02 Apr 2019 09:22 by Ruth Price

Tags: Community Activity, News

Success in Community Grants

Success in Community Grants

The following groups have been successful in securing Community Grants from the Parish Council.

We would like to congratulate them on their awards and look forward to hearing how their project/good works proceed in a future edition of Tupton Community magazine.

1st Tupton Rainbows

1st Tupton Brownies

1st Tupton Scouts

Tupton Buffet Club

Tuoton Rugby Club

Tupton Senior Citizens

The Heights Care Home, Residents... Read More »

Posted: Fri, 25 Jan 2019 16:41 by Ruth Price

Tags: Community Activity, News

Precept remains the same for a further year

Precept remains the same for a further year

Parish Councillors at their December meeting voted unanimously to keep the precept demand the same for a further year.

This means to local residents there will be no increase in the Parish element of their Council Tax demand for the next financial year.

Posted: Mon, 24 Dec 2018 16:58 by Ruth Price

Tags: Community Activity, News