The next Parish Council Meeting at 7:15 pm on 4 September after the Planning & General Purposes meeting.
We are trying to extend coverage of other public/voluntary organisations offering services/items of interest to Wellow residents.
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Have your say on tackling traffic crime and associated nuisance
Monday Lunch at Wellow Village Hall
Are you at a loose end on Mondays? Would you enjoy a hot home cooked meal? Then why not come along to Wellow Village Hall and meet new friends in our village?
As we are a non-profit organisation, all we ask is a contribution of £3 (for a hot 2-course meal + coffee)
We can even collect you and take you home again – how difficult is that!
So why not call Lesley Weldon on 323734 and book your place.
Lunch is served at 12.30.
We look forward to welcoming you.
Your Parish Council Needs You!!
Have you often thought how you could contribute to the community of Wellow?
Do you want to make a difference?
Stand as a Parish Councillor
Becoming a Parish Councillor is one way of helping your local community.
You need to be on the Register of Electors for the Parish or, live within 3 miles of the Parish, but don't need any special qualifications - just an interest in the Parish of Wellow, its facilities and its local inhabitants.
To apply, please write to the Clerk, stating your previous experience, working history, interests and what you would bring to the Council.
For more information about the Council have a look at the Parish Website: www.wellowparish.org.uk, the Parish Council newsletters, available from the local shops, Parish Office and on the Parish Website.
All applicants will be offered an informal interview prior to ratification at a Full Council Meeting, at which the Co Option candidates will be considered and the opportunity to give a three-minute presentation at that meeting, for the benefit of any Members not in attendance at the informal interview.
Closing date for applications is 25 August 2017.
For any further information, you can also contact: the Wellow Parish Council Clerk, Mrs Sharon Whitehouse at:
Wellow Parish Council, Parish Office, Village Hall, Buttons Lane, West Wellow, Hants SO51 6BR. Tel: 01794 323275
Serving Hampshire – Balancing the Budget Consultation
Hampshire County Council is asking for residents’ and stakeholders’ views on high level, strategic options for balancing its budget.
The closing date is 11:59pm on Monday 21 August 2017.
Upcoming Forestry Operations On Bramshaw Commons
Community Speedwatch – Volunteers needed
The Parish Council have agreed to proceed with the Community Speedwatch in response to resident’s concerns about speeding in Wellow.
External funding has been secured, but to make this happen we now need at least 6 volunteers.
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, then please contact the Clerk on 01794 323275 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Accounts for the Year ended 31 March 2017
Period for the exercise of Public Rights
Any person interested has the right to inspect the accounting records for the financial year to which the audit relates and all books, deeds, contracts, bills, vouchers and receipts and other documents relating to those records or documents.
They will be made available on reasonable notice at the Parish Office, by application, between the hours of 10 am and 12 noon Monday to Thursday only. For further details please see the attached.
Do you regularly use Public Transport?
It might be helpful to have one of the new leaflets from Hampshire County Council that the Parish Office has just received.
Drop in and pick up your copy
Nightingale Times - Your views are important to us.
The Editor is working on the final draft of the June edition of the Nightingale Times. If you have any worries or concerns that you wish the Parish Council to address, or wish to share something of interest with residents, please email the editor email@example.com or write to the Clerk at the Parish Office.
Signs up on Wellow Common
Frequent users of the Common will have seen the Parish Council signs go up about ground nesting birds.
We all have a duty of care to respect our environment, so we would urge everyone visiting the Common to keep to the main tracks between March and July when rare birds nest on the ground.
Disturbance to the birds will leave eggs and chicks vulnerable to predators. If you walk a dog on the Common is it important to keep it close by, and preferably on a lead between March and July.