Vacancy for a Parish Councillor

BRAMSHOTT & LIPHOOK PARISH COUNCIL NEEDS YOU!

Are you interested in making a change in your local community?

We have a vacancy for a parish councillor and are looking to co-opt

 

We are looking for an individual who is interested in:

o   Keeping Liphook and surrounding villages vibrant and good places to live

o   Working on local projects to enhance the community

o   Helping attract grants and funding to support the work of the Council

o   Taking care of our assets including Radford Park, the Village Green, Recreation Ground and the Millennium Centre

o   Getting involved in planning matters and how the parish looks

 

Your commitment

Attendance at one or two formal meetings per month with additional time spent working on projects outside of meetings

 Training

We will encourage you to attend training so that you understand the role of a councillor and you will be supported by a team of experienced councillors and a parish clerk

Applications by Monday 22nd July by email to the Parish Clerk

Email: clerk@bramshottandliphook-pc.gov.uk

For further information or an informal chat please call 07955 743649

Community Speedwatch initiative

The Parish Council have recently purchased additional Speedwatch cameras after we received funding from East Hampshire District Council for an initial 3 cameras. The cameras have now been installed on arterial roads in and out of the village.

Our Community Speedwatch team will be collecting and analysing the camera data.

This initiative was prompted by many residents raising concerns over the speed of traffic through the village and we hope these cameras will serve as a deterrent.

Vacancy for a Parish Councillor

CASUAL VACANCY FOR A COUNCILLOR

There is a vacancy on the above council caused by:

 

The resignation of Cllr Sumi Olson

A by-election to fill the vacancy will be held if, within 14 days (not counting a Saturday or Sunday, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, or a Bank Holiday) from the date below, ten electors for the parish give notice in writing claiming such an election to the Returning Officer.

The address of the Returning Officer is:

East Hampshire District Council, PO Box 310, Petersfield, GU32 9HN

 

If no such notice is given, the Parish Council will fill the vacancy by co-option.

 

TRAFFIC ORDER PROPOSAL – AMENDMENTS TO WAITING RESTRICTIONS OF WAITING FROM ALL NIGHT TO DAY-TIME ONLY ON STATION ROAD, LIPHOOK

Liphook Station Road - PoW PNA1 (A2042)

Planned Maintenance – ST-EH24015 Lynchborough Road, Passfield & ST-EH24038 Yeomans Lane, Liphook – Carriageway Surface Treatment – Advance Notification

ST-EH24015 Lynchborough Road
ST-EH24038 Yeomans Lane

D-Day 80, 6th June 2024

We will be commemorating D-Day 80 on 6th June 2024 on the Village Green (next to the Liphook Millennium Centre), starting at 7.30pm.

More details nearer the time but the evening will include:

Entertainment from local schools

Refreshments

Reading of the Nation’s Tribute

Lighting of a beacon at 9.15pm

We are interested to hear from anyone with local connections to D-Day, anyone with historic military vehicles, or anyone who would like to get involved.

Please contact us via this website or by email to council@bramshottandliphook-pc.gov.uk

Vacancy for parish councillor

We are currently recruiting for a new parish councillor. Please see below for more details including how to apply.

BRAMSHOTT & LIPHOOK PARISH COUNCIL NEEDS YOU!

Are you interested in making a change in your local community?

We have a vacancy for a parish councillor and are looking to co-opt

 

We are looking for an individual who is interested in:

o   Keeping Liphook and surrounding villages vibrant and good places to live

o   Working on local projects to enhance the community

o   Helping attract grants and funding to support the work of the Council

o   Taking care of our assets including Radford Park, the Village Green, Recreation Ground and the Millennium Centre

o   Getting involved in planning matters and how the parish looks

 

Your commitment

Attendance at one or two formal meetings per month with additional time spent working on projects outside of meetings

 

Training

We will encourage you to attend training so that you understand the role of a councillor and you will be supported by a team of experienced councillors and a parish clerk

 

Applications by Friday 14th June by email to the Parish Clerk

 

Email: clerk@bramshottandliphook-pc.gov.uk

 

For further information or an informal chat please call 07955 743649

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We were delighted to see so many residents at our meeting last night. The Parish Council outlined the projects we are currently working on and gave a report on our finances and activities over the past year.

We heard a fascinating talk from Dr Andy Moffat, Environmental Scientist and East Hampshire District Council’s Tree Warden Co-ordinator.

We also heard an update from our District and County Councillors.

All the presentations can be found on our website by clicking the link below.

https://bramshottandliphook-pc.gov.uk/council/agendas-and-minutes/annual-parish-meeting