Welcome to the website of Redlynch Parish CouncilWe also now have a page on Facebook which we hope will enable us to reach a wider audience.  Please click the logo on the left to visit our page and "Like it" to keep up to date with postings.  Below are my fellow Councillors. Click here for their details.

Lloyd Perry, Chairman Redlynch Parish Council

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



Click here for 2015 Meetings Calendar 
Mar 10th at Redlynch Village Hall
      7:00pm: Planning Committee
      7:45pm: Full Parish Council
Mar 24th at Morgans Vale & Woodfalls Village Hall
      7:00pm: Planning Committee
      7:45pm: Finance & Staffing Committee
      8:15pm  Community Focus Committee
Click link (shown in red text when available) to view an Agenda 

Mar 26th at Whiteparish Memorial Hall

Click the link to view the relevant minutes page.


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

Click here for new speed limits that are being introduced in the Parish and will take effect from February 20th.


We are now on Facebook

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Fibre Broadband has Arrived in the Parish

Fibre broadband has been brought to our community as part of Wiltshire Council's Wiltshire Online programme. Residents can check if they are able to benefit from this investment by using the postcode checker on the Wiltshire Online website - www.wiltshireonline.org. Although residents will not automatically receive the improved service, upgrading to fibre broadband is very simple, just a matter of contacting an Internet Service Provider. Click here for an information pack, here for the latest Wiltshire Online Newsletter community newsletter and here to find out how to become a Digital Champion Volunteer and share your IT skills with others. 141118




Changes to Bus Passes from 1st April 2015 - Did You Know?

From 1 April 2015, the Wiltshire Bus Pass and the Wiltshire Bus Pass + Companion will give free travel in Wiltshire from 9.30am, Monday to Friday. The passes will continue to give free travel any time at weekends and free travel on late night buses in Wiltshire.

Wiltshire Council knows many people in very rural areas are concerned that they have so few buses they have to travel before 9.30am as the next one is so much later. To help with this exceptions will be made so that the passes can be used before 9.30am Monday to Friday in some places. A list of these exceptions will be published here before April and subsequently kept up to date as services change.  150216

Reducing the Visual Impact of Electricity Transmission in the New Forest

Come along to a "Drop-in" meeting on March 5th at Hale Village Hall between 2pm and 8pm organised by the New Forest National Park to learn more about the National Grid's above project.  more



Two Councillors Wanted to Represent Redlynch Ward

We are again two councillors short of our establishment in the Redlynch Ward. The Council may fill 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.

For further information please contact the Parish Clerk [T] 01725 513245 [E] clerk@redlynchparishcouncil.org.



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