Exercise of Public Rights
Please follow the link below for more information:
AGAR, Accounting Statement and Internal Audit report
Current Measures for Parish Council Meetings being held face to face
The Annual Parish Meeting
Due to Coronavirus restrictions the Parish Council held its annual Parish meeting for parishioners via Zoom last Wednesday 21st April.
Prior to that, the annual parish report was made available on the website and can be read
Draft minutes of the meeting are now available for further information
Care for the Forest, care for each other – 2021 Action Plan
New Forest organisations are calling on people to ‘care for the Forest, care for each other’ and have put together a joint action plan to help to manage the increased visitor numbers expected this year.
The plan aims to ensure that the New Forest can play a positive and active role in helping people to recover in the great outdoors from the toll taken by the lockdown, whilst also caring for this special place.
It also aims to work closely with and support residents and the local business community.
Action plan put in place to encourage care for the New Forest – New Forest National Park Authority (newforestnpa.gov.uk)
Can you help us to record dog incidences on Wellow Common?
As part of the Dog Forum, the Parish Council has agreed to record any known dog incidences on Wellow Common, which is owned by the Parish Council.
The Parish Council is a member of the Dog Forum run by the New Forest National Park Authority which brings together most of the stakeholders managing parts of the New Forest; it also includes representatives from dog groups.
We are asking people to report any incidences occurring on Wellow Common, including Monkey Jump, directly to the clerk via email only please at email@example.com, so that the incident can be logged and reported back to the New Forest Dog Forum, which is trying to make the New Forest a safer place for all.