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Snowdrops Rescued – and volunteers appreciated for Saturday 1st April

Snowdrops Rescued – and volunteers appreciated for Saturday 1st April

The Friends of QEII Daniel Park recently rescued dozens of snowdrop bulbs from the verge on Winchester Road where builders are due to knock down a house and create an access road to the new housing development.  These bulbs were originally planted to commemorate the Queen’s diamond jubilee. They plan to replant them in two […]

Draft Resources and Policy Committee Minutes – 13 March 2017

Draft Resources and Policy Committee Minutes – 13 March 2017

Minutes of Meetings are published as soon as possible on the website for the benefit of the public. However these do not become the formal record of meetings until endorsed at the next meeting of the Town Council. Therefore you should always check to see whether any amendments have been made. Present:   Cllr J […]

Development Committee Minutes – 13 March 2017

Development Committee Minutes – 13 March 2017

Present:   Cllr J Buckley   Cllr J Aves a Cllr S Egan   Cllr B Jackman a Cllr A Jordan   Cllr A Klemz   Cllr F Nicolson   Cllr H Titcomb   Cllr J Wall   (‘a’ denotes absence) Also:       a Mrs K Bleazard, Clerk   Mrs S Woodman, Deputy […]

Full Council Minutes – 6 March 2017

Full Council Minutes – 6 March 2017

Present:   Cllr A Jordan *a Cllr J Aves   Cllr M Berridge   Cllr J Buckley   Cllr S Egan   Cllr C Isbester   Cllr B Jackman   Cllr R Jordan   Cllr A Klemz   Cllr F Nicolson *a Cllr H Titcomb   Cllr J Wall       *a Cllr K […]

Tree Warden – can you help?

Are you interested in trees and the environment?  Could you help the Town Council and its Development Committee? An important role of the Committee is to provide local input to decisions affecting trees in the area, which are so important to the character of the Whitchurch.  Many of these have Tree Preservation Orders (TPOs) on […]

2018 – Anniversary of the end of the Great War

With next year being the 100th anniversary of the end of the Great War, thoughts have been turning to how Whitchurch could mark the occasion while at the same time recognising the sacrifices others have made for our freedoms. The town has an abundance of stories, people and experiences that can be recognised. The matter […]