Meetings of the Town Council and Planning Committee will be held in the Village Hall, Arlesey on Tuesday 7 July 2015. You can view the agendas here.
Official website of Arlesey Town Council
This website has been created to provide you with information about the services provided by the Town Council and items of local interest. It is intended to be a service to the local community and visitors to the area. If you have comments or feedback regarding the website please contact us. This will help us to improve the service we offer.
This site you will find information about the Town Council, its members, details of meetings, committees and services provided as well as information about the local area. Use of the links will enable you to find the information you require.
Arlesey Town Council are pleased to announce that this years ATC Chairman’s Charity is “Friends of Chums”.
Chums provide fabulous bereavement support to children, young people and their parent or carers following the death of someone close to them, whoever that may be or whenever and however they may have died. Since November 2011 Chums has also offered an Emotional Wellbeing Service for Children.
Chums are local to Arlesey, based at Wrest Park – Silsoe, and their services are available for children across Bedfordshire.
A Social Enterprise since 2011, last year Chums received over 1500 referrals across all their services. These services being delivered by over 40 staff and trainees. Services that make a real difference to the lives of so many children who have been bereaved or who may be suffering with other emotional wellbeing needs.
“Friends of Chums” is simply the fund raising arm of Chums. If you would like to know more about the work Chums do here are their contact details.
Wrest Park Enterprise Centre,
Silsoe, Beds, MK45 4HS
Or ask Cllr Mick Holloway, Chairman, or the ATC Office
We welcome any support for this cause throughout the year
Potholes, overgrown trees, faulty street lights and other problems on the roads and pavements of Central Bedfordshire can now be reported via a new mobile app.
How to download the app.
This app can be downloaded for free for IOS or android mobile phones and the iPad.
Search Central Beds on Google Play or itunes app store and follow the instructions. This is not currently available for iPad mini or Android tablets.
How to use the app
Follow these steps to report problems like potholes,overgrown trees, or faulty street lights.
1. download the app for free
2. launch the app when you see a fault/problem
3. create a new report by selecting the pencil icon at the top right of the screen
4. choose the relevant category
5. add a photo to allow the exact nature of problem to be identified
6. select the address
7. provide any additional info about the location or problem so that it can be correctly identified
8. provide your details (optional)
9. click “submit” to send details to be resolved
On 7th May Arlesey residents elected a new Council to represent them. Your new Councillors are: Jason Auburn, Gursh Bains, Paul Chillery, Chris Ferris, Helen Frost, Chris Gravett, Mick Holloway, Kathy Lindskog, Chris Livermore, Rob McGregor, Jim Randall, Sandra Sarll, Steve Stanbury, Jon Want, Andrew Ward. We want to thank everyone who voted for us and for giving us the opportunity to do what we can to try to make Arlesey a better place. Since being elected the new Council has appointed its Chairman (Mick Holloway), Vice Chairman (Chris Gravett) and has attended to a number of statutory and on-going matters. The Council has agreed a number of short-term priorities and formed working parties to look at the most pressing issues; these include Finance Reporting, Human Resource Processes, Standing Orders, Communication Strategy & Skate Park. There is a lot we must do to make the Council both effective and efficient, and we will be pressing ahead with this as quickly as possible. It is anticipated that over the next few months there will be lots of opportunities for the community and council to work together towards delivering a better Arlesey. The Neighbourhood Plan is one such opportunity, and we would like to thank everybody who has participated in the first stage of the process and helped gather the views of residents. In the meantime your new council is committed to keeping residents informed and will be looking at improving ways of ensuring it does this. Please feel free to contact us – our contact details can be found here: http://www.arleseytc.co.uk/your-new-town-councillors or you can contact us via the Town Council office.
This road will be closed to enable repairs to be carried out to a sluice valve in carriageway. Road closed from junction with Church Street to the junction with Elm Farm. Closure expected to take place for 2 days from Wednesday 22nd July to Thursday 23rd July 2015 for 24hrs a day.
Alternative route shown on map.
The minutes of the Arlesey Town Council Extraordinary meeting held on 26 May 2015 are now available.
The Neighbourhood Plan team will be putting on a public presentation at Arlesey Scout Hut on 19th and 20th June 2015. This will run from 3pm to 9pm on Friday 19th, and from 9am to 12 noon on Saturday 20th. Please go along to find out more about the Neighbourhood Plan or to pass on your ideas to members of the team.
Sign up to Bedfordshire Police’s Ringmaster Service which sends residents who are signed up alerts about what crimes are happening in their area. Follow the link to sign up.
Minutes of the Annual meeting of Arlesey Town Council 19/05/15 are now available to view.
The minutes of the Arlesey Town Council Extraordinary meeting held on 21 April 2015 are now available.