The Right Worshipful the Mayor of New Romney, Councillor Paul Thomas is also the Chairman of New Romney Town Council.
Mayor's Civic Function List
Please click HERE to view Mayor's Civic Function List
Mayor's Charities 2019-20
New Romney Counselling Services
1st New Romney Brownies
Romney Marsh Day Centre
Attendance At Local Events
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To view photographs from Mayor's Events please go to Mayor's Photographic Diary on the Community Page
NEW ROMNEY TOWN COUNCIL serves the residents of the Parish of New Romney. The Town Council’s main role is to act in the interest of the parish and its residents by making decisions and recommendations that help to improve the local environment and the quality of life of local residents. The Council works in partnership with other organisations, as appropriate, including other tiers of Local Government as well as voluntary and community organisations.
NEW ROMNEY TOWN COUNCIL PRIVACY STATEMENT - Click HERE to view
NEW ROMNEY TOWN COUNCIL - FACEBOOK LINK - Click HERE
POLICE SURGERIES: Click HERE for details 06.04.2020 As the Town Hall is currently closed, the monthly PCSO surgeries are now suspended. If you need to speak to your local officers, please call the 101 service or use the online portal at https://www.kent.police.uk/
PLEASE NOTE: THE TOWN COUNCIL WEBSITE IS CURRENTLY OPERATING AT A LOWER LEVEL OF SERVICE THAN USUAL. WE APOLOGISE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE.
Please note that we have a new website from 01.06.2020
(Please note that this old site will no longer be updated)
Becoming a Councillor
Town and Parish Elections are held every four years. The last full election took place in New Romney in May 2019. In between elections, casual vacancies may arise for any number of reasons. Casual vacancies are filled by a by-election, if called, as and when they occur or, if no by-election is called, casual vacancies may then be filled by co-option.
Town and Parish Councillors are elected for a term of four years and must seek re-election at the next full election if they wish to remain in office. Councillors that are elected mid-term as the result of a by-election or are co-opted onto the Council mid-term must also seek re-election at the next full election.
If you are interested in standing as a Town Councillor, please click here for further information
Cinque Port Town
New Romney is a member of the Confederation of Cinque Ports and is one of the five original Head Ports.
The Confederation of Cinque Ports was formed around 1050 during the reign of Edward the Confessor. At this time, a special arrangement was put in place between the towns of Hastings, Romney, Hythe, Dover and Sandwich and the king (known as ‘ship service’), whereby in return for the provision of ships and men for 15 days free service a year to the Crown, the towns’ Portsmen received many privileges.
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