SITE LAST UPDATED 14-OCTOBER-14

Lloyd Perry, Chairman Redlynch Parish CouncilWelcome to the website of Redlynch Parish Council. Below are my fellow Councillors.  Click Councillors for their details

We will use these pages to keep Parishioners up to date on the activities of the Parish Council and would welcome any feedback, suggestions and help from you on their content and the work we do. 

From time to time we publish a newsletter by email.  Please click here to access the form to add your name and email address to our mailing list for the newsletters and any other messages.

Lloyd Perry, Chairman, Redlynch Parish Council 


                   Cllr David Trick, Deputy Chairman Cllr Gideon Aymes Cllr Dudley Baker-Beall Cllr Dave Bennett Cllr John Blocksidge Cllr Kate Budworth Cllr Bill Dunn Cllr Jess Dowding Cllr Garth Everett Cllr Bill Maddy Cllr Steve Wood Cllr Ian Youdan

       UPCOMING MEETINGS    

LATEST MINUTES UPLOADED

Oct 28th at Morgans Vale & Woodfalls Village Hall
    7:00pm: Planning Committee
    7:45pm:
Assets & Amenities Committee

Nov 11th at Redlynch Village Hall
    7:00pm; Planning Committee
    7:45pm: Full Parish Council

Click link (shown in red text when available) to view Agenda 


Oct 13th at Trafalgar School Downton
Click the link to view the relevant minutes page.
 
Full Parish Council Aug 26, 2014
Planning Committee  Sep 9, 2014
Community Focus Committee  July 22, 2014
 

Parish Clerk: Nicky Ashton, c/o Redlynch Village Hall,
Vicarage Road, Lover, Salisbury SP5 2PG ,
(T) 01725 513245; (E) clerk@redlynchparishcouncil.org

 
 
 
 

Consultation re future of Wiltshire Fire & Rescue Service

Wiltshire & Swindon Fire Authority and Dorset Fire Authority are both independently considering the best way to protect frontline emergency services as they both have continuing financial pressures and public expenditure reductions. Wiltshire has not selected a preferred option for this process; however, Dorset has stated that a combination of the two Fire & Rescue Services is its preferred option.  To take part in the consultation for Wiltshire before it ends on Oct 20th, please click here.


Help in Emergency

In response to a Government initiative on Community Resilience, directed at Town and Parish councils, with regard to planning for Emergency situations in villages, your Council has produced an Emergency Plan.  Click here to view / download / save it.


Volunteers Wanted to Conduct Parish Survey

The Council are planning to conduct a Survey among all parishioners asking their views on various issues. The survey will be produced by a working party consisting of three Councillors and three parishioners. The Councillors will be Dudley Baker-Beall, Jess Dowding and Steve Wood.  We are looking for three Parishioners to help, ideally from different areas of the Parish and a younger volunteer (completing A levels) would be great. For a younger volunteer it might look good on their CV/university applications etc that they have assisted in producing a parish survey.  Contact Parish Clerk140917

Woodfalls Band seeks Commercial Partners

The Woodfalls Band is looking for commercial partners. The band, a traditional British brass band, is based on the edge of the New Forest and is celebrating 140 years of music making this year. more    140916


Two Councillors Wanted to Represent Redlynch Ward

Following the resignations of Councillor Bill Reeve & Councillor Sally Eyres we are two councillors short of our establishment in the Redlynch Ward. The Council may fill each of these vacancies with a co-opted member.

Becoming a Parish Councillor gives you a great opportunity to get involved and influence issues which directly affect the local community.

These include:

  • The spending of money on highway and community projects;
  • Giving your views on planning applications in the villages;
  • Working with Wiltshire Council, the police and neighbouring parishes to help to resolve local problems and issues;
  • Helping local organisations with funding and ideas;
  • Having a say in what play equipment is installed in the village play areas and how the footpaths are improved;
  • Helping to keep the villages safe in adverse weather;
  • Representing the Parish Council on the Committees of local organisations.

For further information please contact the Parish Clerk by telephone on 01725 513245 or by email on clerk@redlynchparishcouncil.org .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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