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Alston Emery Art Trail

Walking In The Footsteps Of Local Artist

Residents and visitors will be able to walk in the footsteps of acclaimed borough artist Alston Emery along a one mile, town centre route.

The Alston Emery Art Trail, devised by Newcastle-under-Lyme Borough Council, aims to guide walkers from the house owned by Alston to various locations where he painted in the decades before his death in 1993.

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plants

Everything in the Garden is Rosy for Bloom Tour

Final preparations are underway to showcase Newcastle-under-Lyme at its absolute best in a prestigious competition.

Green-fingered residents, community groups, children and Council staff are putting the finishing touches to their wonderful gardening projects before they meet horticultural experts from Heart of England in Bloom later this week.

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travellers

Traveller Update - Tuesday, 16 July

The unauthorised traveller encampment was evicted from land known as The Butts, off Paris Avenue, in Thistleberry this afternoon.

It has since established on open space at the junction of Church Lane and Silverdale Road.

A site visit has been carried out - the travellers were formally asked to leave.

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Picture shows a meeting with the council logo in the foreground - Newcastle-under-Lyme Borough Council

Cabinet round-up - 10 July 2019

Jubilee2

An action plan has been drawn up to revitalise the Council’s popular Jubilee2 leisure complex.

A three-pronged proposal aims to tackle a budget deficit, improve income through more effective marketing and deal with outstanding building defects.

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Picture shows the old Register Office in Sidmouth Ave Newcastle-under-Lyme

Former Offices Return to Residential Before Sale

The former Register Office at Sidmouth Avenue, Newcastle, is set to be converted back into residential accommodation. 

Cabinet members have agreed proposals to sell the original building, after securing planning permission to convert it back from offices, and with options to convert it to either a single four or five bedroom property or two self-contained apartments. 

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