There are a number of organisations that operate within Newton. In addition to the Parish Council, Village Hall Committee and Parochial Church Council which are covered elsewhere on this website, Newton also has the following groups (please see Contacts section for contact details):
The art group meets on Friday afternoons in the Village Hall under the guidance of Edna Marie Dawson.
Fete Organising Committee
The annual Newton Fete, which is normally held in June / July, is organised and run by a group of residents on the organising committee. With all proceeds going to village organisations this is an opportunity to put something back into the community. As is the case with such a committee, all people willing to serve are warmly welcomed.
Established to ensure that no one in the Village is alone or lonely, this Club is open to the over 60's. Meetings are on alternate Tuesday afternoons in the Village Hall from 2.30pm to 4.30pm.
Flower arranging sessions for all levels are arranged on a regular basis.
Newton Good Neighbours
As a community, we always rally round to support everyone. If you don’t have a circle of family and friends to help you out when there is a problem, Newton Good Neighbours will find a volunteer to help you.
Newton has a Neighbourhood Watch scheme in operationso why not find out how the scheme operates and how you can take part in the scheme.
Newton Green Trust (Registered Charity No 271085)
This is a charitable trust set up in 1964 to administer the Green and Sports field. The main source of funds is from Newton Green Golf Club, which rents the Green. The funds are used to support villagers, village organisations and village activities. More information on the Trust can be found HERE.
There is a monthly newsletter distributed free to households in the village which contains a list of events that are taking place in and around Newton, the Church services taking place during the month and adverts from local companies who provide services to the area.
Community Speed Watch
There is a group of volunteers from the village who operate the Speed Watch scheme along the A134 throughout the year.