Denmead Parish Council
Would you like to serve your community by becoming a Parish Councillor?
The Parish Council currently has FOUR vacancies.
All four are available to be filled by co-option and details can be found here
Clerk to the Council
Denmead Parish Council is seeking to appoint a Parish Clerk as its current Clerk will retire in 2018.
For a job pack, telephone 02392 247947 or download an application pack here.
The closing date for applications is Friday 8th December 2017
Saturday 25 November - Village Green, Rowlands Castle
The next of the winter walks will be on Saturday 25th November and starts from the village green near the Castle pub in Rowlands Castle at the usual time of 10am. CLICK HERE for full details of the walk.
Walks planned for the last Saturday of the month from December to April are as follows:
30th December Denmead Community Centre (finishing at the Fox & Hounds)
27th January Red Lion, Chalton
24th February Bat & Ball, Hambledon/Clanfield
31st march The Churchillian, Widley
28th April Ye Olde George Inn, East Meon.
Thanks to Judith and Phil Hoar for planning the walk from Rowlands Castle and, as usual, there will be the opportunity to pre-order lunch before we set off. Please allow time to get to Rowlands Castle on the morning of the walk; parking is available around the square, at the railway halt or in the pub car park. As usual should you have any queries please contact either the Denmead Parish Council office or give me a ring on 077 1166 1918.
Do you own land that has a watercourse or drainage ditch on or adjacent to it?
Unfortunately it is fast becoming the time of year when we need to think about the state of Hampshire’s land drainage network. As the rain begins in earnest and leaves begin to fall, all riparian owners (those who have watercourses on or bordering their properties) across Hampshire, and beyond, should be looking at the state of their drainage ditches, culverts and other watercourses to ensure the clear transference of rain water and a reduced risk of localised flooding.
For further details please view this poster prepared by Hampshire County Council.