Due to the latest government advice, parish council staff will be working from home until further notice.
COVID–19 – Tier Update – November 26th 2020
When the National Lockdown ends on December 2nd 2020 all of England will move to COVID-19 restrictions based on Local Tiers. The Health Secretary announced on November 26th 2020 that all of Hampshire (including Southampton and Portsmouth) will enter Tier Two (High Alert).
What this means for residents of the Parish can be found by clicking on this link (www.gov.uk/guidance/local-restriction-tiers-what-you-need-to-know). Until December 2nd 2020 you must continue to follow the Lockdown rules.
Noticeboards will not be updated with latest agendas.
These will be posted on our website; www.wellowparish.org.uk and the Wellow Parish Council Facebook page, 5 days prior to the meeting.
Our next scheduled meetings are:
Monday 7th December – Full Council
Monday 21st December – Planning
Casual Vacancy For A Councillor
Please view the PDF for more information
Wellow Primary school
We are looking to fill our Governor vacancy from within the Wellow community.
Governors have an important legal role in running our school.
You don’t need any experience of Education, but you do need to be committed to spending time in our school
(post COVID), attending several evening meetings and participating fully in the Governor role.
There is far more to tell you, so if you would like more details please could you contact me, Roger Savage (Chairman of the Governors) email@example.com
Please be aware that scheduled works to Wellow Common, including gorse burning, will start w/c 9.11.20 – weather permitting. The works are anticipated to take around 3 weeks subject to weather conditions.
Temporary Closure Extension – Wellow Footpath 22
Hampshire County Council, having made an Order under Section 14(1)a of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, has been directed by the Secretary of State for Transport that the order shall continue in force.
Start: Wednesday 9 September 2020
End: Wednesday 17 March 2021
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