Welcome to Northam Town Council

VISION FOR NORTHAM TOWN COUNCIL

Vision for Northam Town Council 2023-2027:
 
Northam, Appledore & Westward Ho! is a community that values its people, heritage, open spaces, beaches, and extends a warm welcome to all visitors.
The principles of the Council’s vision:
Northam Town Council will continue to work prudently in responding to the needs and aspirations of its community in a representative and transparent way. Its vision has the potential to help build a more sustainable, self-reliant community of collaboration, connection and strong sense of collective purpose.

News for the community

Works to install a Changing Places Toilet in Westward Ho! Park.

Works to install a Changing Places Toilet in Westward Ho! Park.

Published: 20 Mar 24

Starting next week (25th March) building works to install a Changing Place will start in the old toilet block at the Avon Lane end of the Park. Read More...

Northam Burrows Manor Passes 2024 - an update

Northam Burrows Manor Passes 2024 - an update

Published: 26 Feb 24

The Council's full allocation of 1,500 Manor Passes has now been applied for. We are sorry but we can't receive any more applications. Read More...

Scheme for Homeowners funded by Torridge District Council

Scheme for Homeowners funded by Torridge District Council

Published: 26 Feb 24

Torridge District Council works closely with Lendology CIC, who understand the challenges homeowners face when funding property repairs and adaptations. As a B Corp, social enterprise and council-funded lender, Lendology CIC disrupt traditional lending practices by providing accessible financing solutions with decisions made by people, for people. Read More...

Northam Town Council new pothole repair tool

Northam Town Council new pothole repair tool

Published: 26 Feb 24

Northam Town Council has received a grant to purchase a whacker plate to assist with pothole repairs. Read More...

Northam Town Council commits to the pledge for Bumblebee Conservation

Northam Town Council commits to the pledge for Bumblebee Conservation

Published: 24 Jan 24

The West Country Buzz project has been working along the North Devon coast since 2018, with the project due to complete in March 2024. Focusing on two of the rarest bumblebees in the county; the Brown-banded carder bee (Bombus humilis) and the Moss carder bee (Bombus muscorum), we have worked in partnership with a range of landowners, farmers and volunteers to create and restore well-connected flower-rich habitat throughout the project area to safeguard the future of these threatened species. Read More...