Parish Council' first annual report
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A comprehensive photographic record of some 35 locations where the pavements are in disrepair, together with supporting evidence of accidents…
With immediate effect all meetings of the Parish Council have been cancelled and, for the duration of the pandemic, decisions will be taken by the Parish Clerk following electronic consultation with the Chairman and other Parish Councillors.
Like every responsible person and business in the Uk the Highcliffe & Walkford Parish Council must decide how best to manage its affairs whilst the Corona virus outbreak remains amongst us.
Highcliffe & Walkford Parish Council has very recently set up a working group of Councillors and volunteers to seek ways to improve our pavements throughout the parish.
You have probably heard a lot in the news about the problems of single-use plastic and microplastics. It is a problem that affects every community and has a huge impact on oceans, wildlife and food sources.
An ambitious new initiative has been launched by the Highcliffe & Walkford Parish Council in a bid to 'Revitalise Highcliffe's High Street.'
For quite some time the drainage in the Nea Meadows carpark has left some users with damp, if not actually wet, feet. Quite obviously there were not enough spaces either, certainly not on busy days.
The Parish Chairman, Cllr Bob Hutchings, wrote to the chairman of Nationwide over the closure of the Highcliffe branch. He received a speedy if not altogether unsurprising response from the regional director, Andrew Manning.
I am writing to thank the council for their time and assistance this autumn in connection with the confirmed sighting of the invasive non-native species Asian hornet in the Highcliffe area of Christchurch.