Our HCS newsletter is free to members and we aim to produce two or three issues per year. Once a new issue is out we aim to make the preceding issue free to download, as below.

2013 Winter/Spring Newsletter. In this issue: Why HCS Needs You; Hexham: What’s the Future?; New Shops & Businesses; Green Belt; Station Goods Yard Aftermath; Gilesgate Baths; Planning Applications; Hexham Town Plan and Workhouse site. Newsletter Winter Spring 2013 Colour PDF

2012 Autumn Newsletter.  In this issue: HCS casts a critical eye on two major developments proposed for Hexham – The so-called ‘Tower of Mabel’ retirement flats at Gilesgate, and the ‘retail park’ planned for the Station Goods Yard. Plus, other planning applications;  Hexham’s town centre;  Housekeeping in Hexham; Parking and more. Newsletter Autumn 2012 Colour Version

2012 Summer Newsletter. In this issue: In this issue: New chairman’s editorial and full report from Tim Tatman, departing Chair; Our response to the Station Goods yard pre-application consultation; History of the Fusilier’s Gate; Planning Applications; Hexham Town Plan and more. Newsletter Summer 2012 email version

2012 Spring Newsletter. In this issue: Updates on the relocation or otherwise of Benson’s Monument, NCC Parking Strategy, Hexham Abbey, Hexham Station Yard redevelopment, the Bus Station, amongst other news and features. Hexham Civic Society Newsletter Spring 2012 email version

2011 Summer Newsletter. In this issue: Hexham’s economic, social and townscape issues, photo competition, the future of the Market Place and the role of public space, traffic and streets in the town. Newsletter Summer 2011 FREE DOWNLOAD

2011 Spring Newsletter. In this issue: Hexham’s economic, social and townscape issues, Ben Hamilton Bailey, Adapting Market Towns to the Twentyfirst Century. Newsletter Spring 2011 sml version

2010 Autumn 2010 Newsletter. In this issue: ‘The Editors Rant’, AGM report, latest on Hexham bus station redevelopment, tackling street clutter, planning applications and reports on issues affecting our town. Newsletter Autumn 2010

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