west parley parish council

What we are doing

Although Parish Councils have rather few powers and little money, a well run and diligent Council can still make a difference to the local environment and facilities. Local knowledge allied to the right contacts, together with energy and powers of persuasion, can often get things done. And so can volunteers. Your Council will seek to build on the already substantial teams of volunteers formed by the Residents Association.

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make a difference

There will be a high priority on communications with residents, by website, emails, e-newsletters, newssheets - and by public meetings when major new developments are in the wind. Communications and volunteering lead to a sense of community. This, above all, is what we seek to achieve.

We are leading the fight to defend our green belt from development. We need to preserve the character and identity of West Parley, whose infrastructure is unsuitable for large scale developments.

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Memorial Hall

We aim to look after West Parley's facilities, and promote their use for all members of the community. Memorial Hall, St Mark's Church Hall and Parley Sports Club are among West Parley's principal assets and we want to promote their use.

Finally, the Parish Plan is an important tool for the residents of West Parley to say what they want in their community. With the passage of the Localism bill through Parliament, local people will have a much greater say in determining what happens in their area, and the Parish Plan is a key part of that.

Did you know?

See what the Parish Council have done in the last few years, please get in touch if you have thoughts or suggestions for the future. . more

Whats On

Bournemouth 7s Festival

Should you have any queries or issues over the course of the festival (24th to 26th May), please feel free to contact the Bournemouth 7s control room
01202 545631 or community@bournemouth7s.com

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 enquiries@westparley-pc.gov.uk

Coffee Morning

every Wednesday from 10am - 12 noon at the Parley Sports and Social Club. All residents and friends will be made very welcome.

West Parley Official Guide

The new Parish Guide is ready. . have a look!
You might also want this local map.

Heritage Walk

learn all about West Parley's history as you walk, it is well researched, informative, and has just been updated with lots of new historical information. . more

Parley Health Walks

every Wednesday 10am from the Parley Sports and Social Club, followed by coffee and biscuits! Lets get healthy and have some fun. . more

There's plenty going on in West Parley - click here for the latest.

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Next Meetings

Planning committee
Wed 5th June 2019, 7.30pm
MS Centre, Church Lane

Parish Council
Wed 15th May 2019, 7.30pm
MS Centre, Church Lane

Agendas / Minutes

Newsletters

Parish Council update for June 2017
previous newsletters:

Neighbourhood Watch newsletter for June 2018 -

Dorset Catchment Partnerships newsletter for Winter 2018/19 - new!

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