Hexham Community Partnership
Working to make Hexham an increasingly vibrant, enterprising and adaptable
market town for local residents, businesses and visitors. Find out more about us
here.

Free Parking will be introduced to Hexham from 1st April 2014 - time restrictions will still apply and be enforced - find out more by clicking here

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Visit Hexham

Look out for this years great programme of events in Hexham.

New this year 
Hexham Book Fair on Sunday 30th March at the Torch Centre
Hawick 500 on Sunday 15th June  - a commemoration of the 500th anniversary of the capture of the Prior of Hexham's Standard by the young men of Hawick!

Plus regular favourites  - the Eating Festival, the Book Festival, The Hexham Gathering and lots more. 

Click here to see what a great deal the town has to offer visitors and locals. 
For more information about how to feature on the visithexham site please email visithexham@gmail.com


Keep up to date with our Town Diary - please contact Lorraine to add events to the diary which features on both this site and the newly relaunched town coucncil site www.hexhamtowncouncil.gov.uk

Town Topics

The Hexham Youth Arts Forum is holding an a free Arts Fair for young aspiring artists on Saturday 5th April 10.30 - 4.00 at Trinity Church Hall, Beaumont St, Hexham. The Arts Fair is free to anyone over 16 who wants to know more about working in the arts and has been jointly funded by the Changemakers Y fund and Youth Training Academy who will be making a film about the day. To book a place go to www.hexhamarts.eventbrite.co.uk

Hex-Press is the newsletter for Hexham town produced by Hexham Community Partnership in conjunction with Hexham Town Council. Delivered door -to -door in late February. To download your copy click here

West Northumberland Food Bank - Launched in May by local people for local people the food bank is a network of local volunteers and organisations who collect tinned and dried food that has been donated by local people and distribute it to people who are in food poverty in our local communities. Follow progress on facebook

The Town Plan is available for download in pdf format or you can read it online

No.28 Derwent Road

Our vital community programme in Hexham East continues to support the residents of one of the North East’s most deprived estates with a wide range of activities and projects. Click here to find out more. 

Forum Cinema Hexham

Hexham's community owned cinema offers an authentic cinema experience in art deco surroundings. The licensed cafe sells hot and cold drinks, ice creams, popcorn. Take a glass of wine or a delicious fair trade cappuccino into the auditorium, stretch your legs, relax and enjoy the film! 

Tickets are now on sale for our programme of live screenings from around the world. To book now and avoid disappointment please  click here.

Our partnership with Dilston College means that Scott's Cafe is now open every Tuesday from 9am to 4pm.