This site gives you the opportunity to 'have your say' and find out what is going on in your local area. By using the links on the right hand side of this page you can find out what's going on in your area including meetings and events and information on community groups.
Kenton Ward Budget Priorities in 60 seconds please click here.
Ward Budgets provide a valuable resource of Ward Committees to support local activities. This report provides a proposal to enable members to allocate the reducing resources available to priorities that will best meet local needs and contribute to the sustainability of the Ward. To view the report please click here.
Kenton Ward Committee
View the papers online click here.
Help us improve air quality, the environment and health & well being across your community?
Groundwork North East and Newcastle City Council are running a community air quality project across Newcastle.
Please Tel: 01207 524 841 or email Khevin.Lungto@groundwork.org.uk
To find out more about
Project summary click here
Air Quality Volunteer click here
Air Quality Mentor click here
The Councils budget has now been agreed by the City Council. For further information please click here
Decent Neighbourhood Standards are our guarantee that we will play our part in making sure everyone lives in a clean, green and safe place, with decent access to services where local needs are met. Decent Neighbourhood Standards are about identifying areas of our city where there is greatest need for investment and support. We need to be clear that providing decent neighbourhoods will not solely depend on the work of the Council -
We’ve done an assessment for every ward in the city based on seven standards. These are based on statistical data and local people’s views taken from the resident’s survey. The baseline assessment of these for your ward is available here ( 41.85kb pdf )
If you would like to know more about the Decent Neighbourhood Standards, or would like to get involved in contributing toward them, please contact your Communities Facilitator, Paul Whiston at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phoning 0191 2777997 or email Paul Marshall, email@example.com
Details on the technical process and data sources that support the Decent Neighbourhood Standards Baseline Assessments can be obtained by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
New Welfare Rights Service for the residents of Blakelaw, Fawdon, Fenham and Kenton.
Drop in sessions:
Every Tuesday 10am - 12.30pm at Fenham Library, Fenham Hall Drive
Every Thursday 9.30am - 12 noon at Kenton Customer Service Centre, Hillsview Avenue
or phone 0191 2772627 9.30am - 12 noon
For information and advice on a range of services relating to issues facing older people aged 50+, please click here
1 in 8 women will experience breast cancer within their lifetime. For more information about the screening programme at the RVI, please click here.
To view recent planning applications please visit our planning portal .
The latest progress report on highways schemes (pdf, 49Kb)
For details visit the Northumbria Police website. To contact the team phone: 03456 043 043 and ask for extension 69191.
Your local Councillors are keen to improve access to Kenton Dene and for local people to use the Dene for more activities. We are looking at whether we can make improvements to the Dene by creating new footpaths and cycle ways as well as creating wild flower meadows and wet land planting. If you would be interested in getting involved in a 'Friend of Kenton Dene' group to help with this work please contact Paul Whiston, Communities Facilitator
Phone:0191 277 7997
Kenton Ward includes a number of neighbourhoods including Cowgate, Central Grange, Montagu, Kenton, Kenton Gardens, Kenton Bar and part of North Kenton.
This site should enable you to find details of local services and support. We are developing this site and we would welcome your views and comments about this site, please use the Your View contact form.
This site provides some information about regeneration activities taking place in Cowgate. Please click here
Latest Cowgate newsletter (pdf 1.53mb)
Use our online map to find your nearest libraries and schools, also where your nearest recycling site is and leisure services, such as swimming pools, and heritage information, such as listed buildings and ancient monuments.
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