West Parley Volunteer Awards 2013
West Parley Parish Council held its annual awards evening to thank all the village volunteers for their help over the last year.
Cllr Pat Couper (left), presents Lin Chesshire with her Volunteer Award
Many local residents give up their time to litter pick, plant and maintain floral displays and deliver regular parish newsletters. Weekly working parties improve the look of the village by grass cutting, tree planting and verge trimming and this year also have undertaken projects such as installing new information signage, improving paths in Parley Wood and installing new footpath gates in the parish Recreation Ground. Volunteers also help with local coffee mornings and lunch clubs each week and provide a local car transport scheme.
Volunteers plant new trees on New Road
Ian Smith, newly elected Dorset County Councillor, thanked the volunteers for all their hard work and acknowledged the contribution they had made to keeping the village looking good and supporting the local community. Though new to the job he thought the help offered by residents in West Parley was the best he had come across.
Pat Couper, Vice Chair of the Parish Council, presented a number of Volunteer of the Year award vouchers to residents who had given so much of their time over the past year.
Parish Council Chairman John Cullen says "The sheer scale of the local support we get shows the pride residents have in our historic village. We gained a silver award in this years South and South East in Bloom competition and hope to get a silver gilt award next year. Our volunteers play a key role in helping the village improve all the time."
If you would like to get involved, or see what the volunteers are getting up to, please visit our volunteers page.
Bournemouth 7s Festival
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West Parley Consultation
We care what you think! West Parley Parish Council has circulated this consultation to every household in the village to ensure they can fully represent the views and opinions of its electorate. Obviously, responses from those outside of the village can be submitted (please state outside the village on the form along with your post code) but priority must be given to the requests from our residents. Please open the pdf, download it, fill it in and email it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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West Parley Official Guide
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Parley Health Walks
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Parish Council update for June 2017
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