The town council’s Annual Audit Return has been signed-off by its external auditor.
The Completion Notice is available here.
The audited copy of the Annual Return is available here.
The supporting documents are available for inspection at the town council office, 10:00-16:00 from Monday to Friday, from 24 September 2019.
The town council holds a 30 year lease to manage the Demesnes. As landlord, Durham County Council is holding a public consultation session on proposals to replace the equipment in the Demesnes Play Area, which is now at the end of its useful life.
The consultation to help with selection of new play equipment will take place in:
St Mary’s RCVA Primary School, Birch Rd, Barnard Castle DL12 8JR on Wednesday 18 September at 3 pm.
BARNARD CASTLE TO COMMEMORATE MERCHANT NAVY DAY
To commemorate Merchant Navy Day the Town Council will host a simple flag hoisting ceremony on Tuesday 03 September 2019. The ceremony will commence at 11:00 a.m. in the Galgate Memorial Garden. In preparation, the town council would like to encourage any Merchant Navy veterans, Sea Cadets or serving personnel to attend.
Refreshments will be provided following the service. Please contact 01833 690970 if you would like to participate.
The Town Council’s Annual Return is available Web AGAR 2018-19
The detailed accounts are available for inspection in accordance with the statutory notice Notice of appointment of date for the exercise of public rights
Unaudited figures, comprising the Accounting Statements for 2018/19 are: Unaudited Figures 2018-19
The mini golf course is currently open at weekends.
The opening hours are from 10:30 am to 4:30 pm (last admittance 4:15pm).
£ 3 (single round)
£ 9 (group of 4)
£15 (loyalty ticket – 7 rounds)
The course is available for private hire out-of-season. Please contact the town council on 01833 690970
Click HERE for more information on the course.
Thursday 21 February – 4-7pm
Residents and businesses can find out more about plans to build a new retail development in Barnard Castle at a drop-in session next week.
Durham County Council has received an application to create a Lidl supermarket and Home Bargains store in the former Addison Auctioneers site in Roman Road.
Next week, its planning officers will stage a drop in session to allow people to view the plans. They will also be on hand to answer queries about the scheme and to explain how planning applications are considered.
The drop-in session will take place at Barnard Castle Town Council Offices in Woodleigh in Flatts Road on Thursday, 21 February, from 4pm to 7pm.
Stephen Reed, DCC’s Planning Development Manager, said: “This application is a significant proposal for Barnard Castle and the surrounding area.
“We believe it is important that people who live and work in the town have an opportunity to examine the plans and ask any questions they may have.”
There will be a Public Consultation Meeting at the GSK Sports and Social Club on Monday 26 November at 6pm.
The CCG wants to hear people’s views about their recommendation to deliver the extended primary care service from a reduced number of hubs located in;
- Bishop Auckland (Dales area)
- Spennymoor/Newton Aycliffe and Sedgefield (Sedgefield area)
- Peterlee/Seaham (Easington area)
More details: On the CCG Website
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Register to attend HERE
The Town Council has been informed of the following:
Consolidated Property Group is holding a Public Consultation for the redevelopment of the former Addisons Auction House site, Staindrop Road (A688) to include a new Lidl discount food store and Homes Bargain store. The public display event will be held at The Witham, 3 Horse Market, Barnard Castle on Tuesday, 27th November between 2pm and 8pm when members of the Developer’s design team will be on hand to explain the proposals and answer questions. Further information available from Dan Bramwell, Bramwell Associates (Public Affairs) mobile no: 07968 304237 or e-mail: email@example.com
The Town Council will receive a presentation on the consultation at its meeting on Monday 19 November.