Haydon Wick Parish Council

Full Council

The Council is concerned with the overall economic, cultural and physical well-being of the community it serves. Where it delivers services directly it aims to ensure that these are provided to a high standard and are cost effective. To achieve this effective and efficiently the Council has three Standing Committees namely Planning & Highways, Policy […]

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Planning & Highway

The Planning Committee meets two or three times a month to examine all new planning applications in the neighbourhood. With a strong local knowledge and perspective, due weight is given to their recommendations.

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Policy & Finance

This Committee is charged with managing Council finance, matters of governance, keeping fees and charges in line with markets and driving the corporate plan. It also controls all personnel matters regarding employees via a subcommittee.

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Youth Council

The Youth Council is currently under review

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Amenities & Leisure

A key committee of the Council handling open spaces play areas, footpaths, allotments and community transport. Meets every month.

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Parks and Open Spaces Team (POST)

The Council have now set up a dedicated email address and phone line for our Parks and Open Spaces Team

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Memorial Garden

We have made a memorial garden at the front of the Parish Offices, enhancing the tree that was already in place and installing a Tommy figure.  Artists have painted the hoardings outside the Council Offices which was to Commemorate Remembrance Sunday and 100 years since the end of WW1.  Many thanks to the Artists: Chris & Marilyn Trew for creating the work, AWBS for contributing towards the stones and Donovan Construction (South West) Ltd for allowing the project to take place on their hoardings and for their contribution towards the cost of materials.  Huge thanks also to our Councillor, Sarah McDermott, for her vision, inspiration and co-ordination of the Remembrance Day project – and of course for all of her hard work behind the scenes.  Thanks also to Councillor Ed Gerrard for braving the cold and helping with the installation of the poppies and poems.  The poppies have now been removed and returned to the pupils who made them and the hoardings shall remain in place for the period of the building works.  They will be removed upon completion of the extension.



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Haydon Wick Parish Council
Thames Avenue
Haydon Wick
SN25 1QQ

01793 722446

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Upcoming Meetings

  1. Amenities & Leisure Meeting

    January 22 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
  2. Planning & Highways Meeting

    February 5 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
  3. Amenities & Leisure Meeting

    February 12 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm