Welcome to Morpeth Town Council
Terrace car park and Carlisle Park toilets are now open
As from 24th March the Town Council offices will be closed to the public.
If you need to contact the Town Council please email email@example.com
Advice and guidance on social distancing – measures we should all be taking to save lives:
COVID-19 Useful Links & Advice
Northumberland County Council
Number of coronavirus (COVID-19) cases and risk in the UK
Coronavirus (COVID-19): UK government response
NHS: Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Hand Cleaning Techniques with Soap
Hand Cleaning Techniques with Hand Sanitiser
Catch it, Bin it, Kill it
This website is provided to inform you of the services, activities and other relevant information relating to Morpeth Town Council.
Morpeth Town Council was created on 4th April 1984 and is made up of 15 Town Councillors representing the North, Kirkhill and Stobhill wards. Morpeth Town Council, one of the largest in the county, sits within the administrative area of Northumberland County Council.
The Town Council also wishes to keep everyone as up to date as possible with the latest local news and events.
The Town Council’s Mission Statement is:
“To play an active role by working within the community to make Morpeth a better place to live work and visit.
All of the Town Councillors are elected to act on behalf of the people of Morpeth and need to be kept informed of your views. Each Town Councillor has an email address which you can find under the Councillors section of the website. You can also find out who your Town Councillor is by visiting this section of the site.
If you are unable to find the information you require on this website, please contact us by telephone, or email, or call into reception at Morpeth Town Hall. Our offices are open Monday to Thursday, 9am to 5pm and Friday, 9am to 4.30pm.
The latest edition of Inside Morpeth can be viewed via the link on the News/Events page above.