West Haddon Parish Council

Serving the people of West Haddon

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Clerk: Mrs Gill Wells
PO Box 6583, Rugby
Warwickshire CV21 9QT

Tel: 07493 366527

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Playing Fields - Summer Safety

Playing Fields - Summer Safety

The playing fields and the on site facilities are there for everyone to enjoy. We would ask that all users do so respectfully and safely.

Look after yourself and friends when meeting; playing; or using the facilities.

Respect the facilities and report any concerns or issues either to the emergency services by calling 999 or 101 or reporting to the Parish Council - executiveofficer@westhaddonparishcouncil.gov.uk... Read More »

Posted: Thu, 08 Jul 2021 10:56 by Gill Wells

Tags: News

Speed Watch - Volunteers NEEDED!

Speed Watch - Volunteers NEEDED!

Speeding in our Community!

Is Speeding a Problem in West Haddon? Do you want to help resolve this problem? Maybe Community Speed Watch is for you.

Community Speed Watch is a volunteer scheme run by Northamptonshire Police. The scheme is aimed at communities who feel they have a local speeding issue. It offers training in the use of our calibrated enforcement equipment. Currently communities have access... Read More »

Posted: Thu, 08 Jul 2021 10:06 by Gill Wells

Tags: News, West Haddon News

West Haddon Nature Trail

West Haddon Nature Trail

WEST HADDON SUMMER WATCH NEEDS YOU!

The Parish Biodiversity and Sustainability Group needs you and your families help and assistance to audit the parish as to what habitats we have sharing our community with us.

We would ask that when you are out and about, perhaps with your children or grandchildren over the forthcoming summer holidays, you take the time to collect a map from the church porch area and... Read More »

Posted: Mon, 28 Jun 2021 13:37 by Gill Wells

Tags: News

WHNews July 2021

WHNews July 2021

Posted: Fri, 25 Jun 2021 15:15 by Gill Wells

Tags: News, West Haddon News

West Haddon Parish Council - Volunteers wanted for coffee shop

West Haddon Parish Council - Volunteers wanted for coffee shop

Anyone for Tea or Coffee?.

After a strange and surreal 15 months where Government restrictions, due to the corona virus pandemic, have led to many groups and clubs not being able to meet regularly and safely, the Parish Council Health & Wellbeing Group have been considering opportunities to encourage people to come together to meet up, chat, share experiences and start the process of healing and... Read More »

Posted: Mon, 21 Jun 2021 10:17 by Gill Wells

Tags: West Haddon News

Newsletter Deliverer Wanted

Newsletter Deliverer Wanted

Would you be interested in earning some extra money each month delivering the West Haddon News?.

If so, please contact Gill at the Parish Council:- executiveofficer@westhaddonparishcouncil.gov.uk

Posted: Mon, 21 Jun 2021 10:13 by Gill Wells

Tags: West Haddon News

Emergency Plan - Call for Volunteers

Emergency Plan - Call for Volunteers

'The COVID pandemic highlighted the need for the Parish to be better prepared in the event of significant disruption to normal life from causes often outside our control. Local residents and Parish Councillors formed a Resilience and Emergency Planning Group and have developed an Emergency Plan – the draft of which that can be viewed on www.westhaddonparishcouncil.gov.uk

The plan focuses on the... Read More »

Posted: Wed, 09 Jun 2021 14:50 by Gill Wells

Tags: News

West Haddon Parish Council Emergency Planning Survey

West Haddon Parish Council Emergency Planning Survey

The West Haddon Emergency Plan Working Group is establishing a response protocol to emergencies in the parish. To do this we need to understand the resources available within the parish so we can better plan how to deal quickly and effectively with such emergencies.

By 'Emergencies' we mean events that suddenly affect parishioners. This could be trees falling across the roads preventing vehicular access... Read More »

Posted: Thu, 13 May 2021 10:49 by Gill Wells

Tags: Resilience and Emergency Planning

Children's Playground - No Dogs

Children's Playground - No Dogs

'CHILDRENS PLAYGROUND - NO DOGS!!!'The council have been made aware of people allowing their dogs to run free in the childrens playground. This has been captured on the CCTV we have installed for everyone's safety in the playing fields.Clearly, the playground has to be a safe space for our children to exercise and play - it is clearly signposted that dogs must not be allowed in the playround, for hygiene... Read More »

Posted: Mon, 10 May 2021 09:15 by Gill Wells

Tags: News

WHNews - June 2021

WHNews - June 2021

WHNews - June 2021

Posted: Fri, 07 May 2021 08:20 by Gill Wells

Tags: News, West Haddon News

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