Henshaw Parish Council

Henshaw is a small Parish in Northumberland and has 588 persons in 280 households registered to vote (2013 survey). Within the Parish boundary lies the village of Henshaw plus Tow House, Redburn, part of Bardon Mill, and many farms heading to the north. It extends well into the Northumberland National Park and includes the visitor attractions of The Sill, Vindolanda, Hadrians Wall and Sycamore Gap.     

Henshaw Parish Council’s responsibilities include the management and maintenance of Redburn Park, numerous Village Greens, general maintenance and repairs, provision of bus shelters and seating, consultation and responses to planning applications, and acting as a link  to the County Council on numerous matters. The Parish Council work closely with many local groups such as the Bardon Mill & Henshaw Village Hall Committee (with the village hall being situated within Redburn Park), Northumberland National Park Authority, Bardon Mill Parish Council, and supporting local events and activities.

Who We Are. The Parish Council consists of 7 Councillors, a Northumberland County Councillor, and a Clerk. Details of each are available on the ‘People’ page.

When We Meet. Meetings are held at 7.00pm on the fourth Monday in each month (except August and December) in the village hall. All/any persons are welcome to attend.

Latest news

A69 Road Safety Campaign

13 October 2019 - 5:50pm

Green Dog Walkers Scheme

22 October 2017 - 8:07am

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