Walgrave Parish Council

Serving the people of Walgrave

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Clerk: Lorna McGoldrick
144 Sywell Road, Overstone

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    Royal Oak in full bloom

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Latest News

Road Closure - Old Road 14th - 24th April

Opal Group, on behalf of Gigaclear are intending on laying ducting in Old Road, Walgrave. To undertake this work safely they will require that the road is closed from the 14th to 24th April 2023.

The closure and diversion can be viewed here https://one.network/?tm=133431002

Posted: Tue, 21 Mar 2023 13:32 by Clerk

Annual Parish Meeting Tuesday 25th April

It is a requirement of the 1972 Local Government Act that a Parish Meeting is held each year. It is not a Parish Council meeting but is facilitated by the Parish Council.

The Annual Parish Meeting is, quite literally, an assembly of the Parish and all those on the electoral roll for the Parish may attend.

Last years' meeting was very well attended with many Parishioners giving short talks on matters of local interest. It is your opportunity to catch up on village activities and if you are interested in giving a short talk on your activity, please contact the Clerk, clerk@walgraveparishcouncil.gov.uk More »

The Annual Parish meeting will be held on the Tuesday 25th April 2023, 7pm at the Village Hall. Refreshments will be served. Please come and join us » Less

Posted: Tue, 14 Mar 2023 16:43 by Clerk

Commemorative Tree for Queen Elizabeth II

Planting a commemorative tree for the late Queen will take place on Saturday 25th March at 11.00am.

The site in the Village Hall grounds has been cleared in readiness. The chosen tree is an English Oak Tree (Quercus Rodur), there will also be a bench around the tree and a commemorative plaque.

Atterbury Field Trust has kindly offered to donate £1000 towards the project, WPC thanks The Trust for this generous offer. More »

Anyone wishing to attend the planting is welcome to come and witness the event. » Less

Posted: Thu, 09 Mar 2023 09:57 by Clerk