Our next meetings are to be held on
01 April 2019 :
The Planning & General Purposes meeting will commence at 6.45pm followed by the Parish Council meeting at 7.15pm.
Ex-Councillor Harmeet Singh Brar
It has come to Wellow Parish Council's attention that Mr Harmeet Singh Brar, ex Wellow Parish Councillor, continues to portray himself as a current serving Parish Councillor on various social media platforms, specifically his web site harmeetbrar.com and his Facebook page, Harmeet Singh Brar, which shows his contact e-mail as email@example.com
This is a gross misrepresentation of the facts since Mr Brar resigned from Wellow Parish Council at the end of August 2018.
Mr Brar was contacted by the Parish Council on 6th March 2019 and requested to amend all of his social media accounts with immediate effect to reflect the current and truthful position - that he is not a Parish Councillor for Wellow.
Regrettably, Mr Brar has refused to comply with this request, leaving the Parish Council with no alternative but to inform the residents of Wellow of this situation itself and confirm that Mr Harmeet Singh Brar is NOT a Wellow Parish Councillor, nor has he been since the beginning of September 2018.
Wellow Parish Council – published 11th March 2019
The Parish Council is pleased to see that Harmeet Singh Brar has just amended his webpage Harmeetbrar.com to advise that his website is currently being redesigned.
It is a shame that he did not share that information with the Parish Council in his response via email to our letter of 6th March 2019.
Hampshire County Council is rolling out superfast broadband across the region.
It enables people to get internet speeds of 24Megabits per second or more – making streaming TV, working from home, online banking and shopping, and gaming a lot easier – to name just some of the benefits.
Currently it’s available to 95% of the region, and that number is on target to reach 97.4% by the end of 2019. However, many people don’t know whether they can get superfast broadband or not, or believe it is more expensive than their current package – which is not always the case.
Hampshire County Council’s role is to provide the infrastructure to enable as many people as possible to access superfast broadband (not to sell the service). We have a postcode checker that will tell you if its available where you live, and what to do next if you want to find the right package for you. You can also register with us to be told when superfast broadband is coming to your area.
Use our postcode checker to find out if you can get superfast broadband now: www.hampshiresuperfastbroadband.com/myparish/
Controlled Burning on Wellow Common
Please be advised that as part of the ongoing management program - controlled burning is being carried out on Wellow Common. This complies with all recommended practices and safety procedures.
The Fire Brigade was called out on Friday 22nd February by a member of the public. If there is evidence of fires getting out of control and there is a risk to health and safety, please contact Councillor John Sampson on 01794 322 923 in the first instance
Saturday 23rd March 2019
Please help us keep the Parish clean and tidy
We'll be out at 10am and 2pm and would love you to join us!
Meet 15 minutes before at Village Hall
All Litter Picking equipment and refreshments will be supplied
Our Planning Process – further information
In our latest Newsletter the Chair provides an update on the planning process adopted by Wellow Parish Council.
Unfortunately, due to a lack of space, a large section of the article had to be cut.
However, the Parish Council is keen that residents are kept informed about what happens at the Parish Council, so we thought it would be helpful to post this additional information on the website.
Our Planning Process (PDF)
Do you own land that has a watercourse or drainage ditch on or adjacent to it?
Answer: Yes –You are therefore a ‘riparian landowner’ and you are responsible for maintaining those watercourses.
Hampshire Police and Trading Standards want to remind people not to be pressured into signing up for services and goods that they don’t actually need.