At a time when staying healthy is even more important, smokers in Northumberland are being urged to take the step and give up cigarettes for good. Liz Morgan, Director of Public Health at Northumberland County Council, said: “Quitting is one of the best things smokers can do for their health. Covid-19 is still with us and stopping smoking will reduce the likelihood of complications from COVID-19 as well as reducing the risk of getting other acute respiratory infections.”Find out more
Cramlington Town Council has been declared a winner at today’s LOVE Northumberland Awards.
Town Mayor Loraine De Simone expressed her delight that, because of their work in forming a Wildspaces Hub, Cramlington Town Council won the first ever ‘Best Community Response to Climate Change Emergency’ category in the awards organised by Northumberland County Council.
Notice of Conclusion of Audit Annual Governance & Accountability Return for the year ended 31 March 2021
The audit of accounts for Cramlington Town Council, for the year ended 31
March 2021, has been completed and the accounts have been available on the
Council’s website since June. As can be seen on the auditor’s certificate, there
were no issues to raise.
The Annual Governance & Accountability Return is published on the Council’s
website. Any Cramlington electors can obtain a hard copy, free of charge, by
contacting Adam Harvey by post, telephone or using the Contact Us form on the
Due to the ongoing covid-19 restrictions, for the safety of all, visits to
the Council’s office are only by appointment.
Telephone 01670 707831
Address Suite 8-9
Office Hours Monday to Friday : 9.30am – 3.30pm