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Revised Christmas waste collection

Please see revised dates for the waste collection during the Christmas and New Year period.   If you have any questions or problems please contact Teignbridge District Council on   01626 215838 or 01626 361101

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Carnival AGM

The Newton Abbot Carnival annual AGM took place on Monday 21st October. The Carnivals chosen charity ‘Newton Abbot Community Landing sites’ will be receiving a generous donation of £1,000. A presentation of certificates was also presented to sponsors and carnival Royalty (Carnival Queen Emily Last, Attendants Imogen Geary, Erin Parker, Ellie Drinkwater, Layla Grylls & stand-in Attendant Katie Last) by the Deputy Mayor Cllr Mike Joyce.  Many thanks to everyone who attended the evening.   Please CLICK HERE for images from the evening

Thank you Awards

To nominate your recycling hero, please CLICK HERE

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Newton Abbot Town Criers Competition 2019

Oyez, Oyez, Oyez! NEWTON ABBOT ONCE AGAIN PLAYED HOST TO MEMBERS OF THE ANCIENT & HONOURABLE GUILD OF TOWN CRIER’S AT THIS YEAR’S TOWN CRIER’S COMPETITION HELD ON SATURDAY 14th SEPTEMBER.

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Newton Abbot Autumn Fayre 2019

A successful day all round for the 2019 Autumn Fayre.  The weather was fantastic and the town was full all day long.  The day started with a parade of the homemade pasties, which included the Mayor of Newton Abbot Richard Jenks and Mayoress Karen, Town Councillors, the Vice Chair of Teignbridge District Council, Town and Borough criers and Members of the Court Leet.  The cart itself was pushed by the onion sellers and the onion man.  The parade started off at Newton Abbot Town Hall at 10.30 am and went through Queen Street and Courtenay Street. 

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CSW Volunteers are looking for volunteers to enhance the support offered through helping with a range of life skills.

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Newton Abbot Carnival - the end of a great week!

This year’s Newton Abbot Town Carnival has now ended and due to the great support received it enabled the carnival to have a very successful and entertaining week. Running on a tight budget the carnival managed to stage a varied assortment of events to suit all ages and interests ranging from the Spectacle of the Crowning of the Carnival Queen and the Carnival Procession to the energy of the Fun Run and the traditional Bingo night.

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No Hungry Holidays

Does your child normally receive FREE SCHOOL MEALS?

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Newton Abbot Carnival 2019

This year’s Newton Abbot Town Carnival is fast approaching with a week full of family events, something to cater for everyone.  The carnival week is full of a number of events from band concerts in Courtenay Park, a quiz night, duck race, tractor pull, Tea Dance, Bingo, Fun Run and the carnival procession. Check out the carnival tab on the Newton Abbot Town Council website www.newtonabbot-tc.gov.uk for more details.

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New Friends Coffee

Are you new to Newton Abbot or just want to meet new friends - come along to New Friends Coffee at Orsino Lounge, Queen Street Thursday 20th June 10.15 a.m.

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Centre Preschool

Extended opening hours for the Centre Preschool - St. Paul's Parish Hall, Devon Square, Newton Abbot 

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Over the next few weeks the Newton Abbot War Memorial and garden will undergo major conservation funded by Newton Abbot Town Council with support from the War Memorials Trust.

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CONTRACTORS working on the conversion of the former St Leonard’s Church, Newton Abbot, have unearthed an ecclesiastical mystery.

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Newton Abbot Lantern parade

LANTERN PARADE EVENT LIGHTS UP THE STREETS OF NEWTON ABBOT

Newton Abbot town centre was bursting with excitement on Wednesday 12th December thanks to the lantern parade in the town.  Approx. 200 pupils from Bearnes, Wolborough, All Saints, Decoy, Bradley Barton, Haytor View, Highweek & St Joseph’s Primary Schools took pride in parading their colourful bird themed lanterns through the streets of Newton Abbot towards the Clock Tower.  The theme this year was ‘Up in the Air’ and the lanterns varied from robins to owls, parrots to flamingos and a huge peacock.  A big thank you to local artist Tony Gee and other members of the Creation Myth Puppets who were able to make this fantastic event possible once again, working in partnership with Newton Abbot Town Council.

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Newton Abbot Victorian Evening

Wednesday 5th December saw the annual Victorian Evening take place in Newton Abbot in the Market Square.  It is a well known event now in the South Devon area and everyone looks forward to the charity evening with the Victorian atmosphere.

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Remembrance Sunday 11th November 2018

On Sunday 11th November, Newton Abbot Town Council lit three beacons within the town as part of the national tribute to our fallen over the many conflicts and especially those lost in WWI.  The three beacon areas in Newton Abbot were Buckland, Highweek and Wolborough where two types of beacons were lit for the occasion, gas powered at Buckland & Wolborough and a traditional basket beacon at Highweek.

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Newton Abbot Lions Club

Newton Abbot needs You,  Newton Abbot Lions Club Needs You .....

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Resolution to Borrow

Please see below Resolution from the Minutes of the Council Meeting held on 6th June 2018 (Minute 71 B)

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Newton Abbot Town Council

Town Hall

Great Western House,

9 Devon Square,

Newton Abbot

TQ12 2HN

Tel: 01626 201120

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Monday to Friday

08:30am - 01:00pm and

02:00pm - 04:30pm 

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