Notice of Conclusion of Audit 2020
The Parish Council is pleased to advise that the external auditor has yet again given us a clean bill of health. Further details are available below:
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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Cancellation of Remembrance Sunday Parade
The Parish Council regretfully announce that due to the Covid 19 pandemic and Government restrictions on meeting in groups, it will not be possible to hold this year’s Remembrance Sunday Parade in Sunday 8th November.
This decision has not been taken lightly but there is no way such a mass gathering of people can occur legally or safely in the current circumstances.
The Parish Council will mark Remembrance by laying a wreath at the Cenotaph on Wednesday 11th November at 11am.
We would encourage members of the public to mark Remembrance in their own way.
Wellow Help Group
This long established group is in need of some more volunteer drivers.
If, when this pandemic is over, some of the very kind and helpful people that stepped forward in our hour of need, feel they would like to continue as a volunteer, please give Ann Jarrett a call on 01794 322469.
We would love to be able to boost our ageing band of current drivers with some new blood. – ‘Your village needs you!’
Annual Parish Report 2020
Unfortunately the Annual Parish Meeting scheduled for April did not take place due to the Coronavirus. However, the usual report has been produced for residents to provide an update on what the Parish Council has achieved in 19/20 and what its plans are for the next 12 months.
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.