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Wooburn & Bourne End Parish Council have received many comments about parking on the green verges along Boundary Road at Clapton Approach, Revel Road and the Meare Estate and we wish to learn what residents think about possible solutions for us to put forward to Buckinghamshire Council.Please click the link above to take part in our short survey.


Corona Virus – Please follow the below link for latest advice and information

https://www.buckinghamshire.gov.uk/coronavirus/

The Cemetery- Is fully open for visitors, however Social distancing rules must be adhered to at all times.

Council meetings- We continue to hold most Council meetings via the Zoom platform for the foreseeable future which the public can attend. Meeting details available from the Clerk. Planning Highways & Lighting Committee has now resumed as Face to Face.

Neighbourhood Development Plan progress

The 5th Draft of our Neighbourhood Development Plan (NDP) was approved by the Parish Council on 24th August 2021 and was forwarded on 2nd September to Buckinghamshire Council Planning Department to begin the 3-stage formal approval process. When it gets approval it will then go to an Independent Examiner and, after their approval, to Public Referendum for Parishioners to vote on its acceptance into law.

The Draft NDP can be found, and downloaded as a PDF file, under the Neighbourhood Development Plan tab above.

In the meantime, if you have any comments or questions please do email the Clerk who will pass them to the NDP Working Party for answering.

Parish Council – ongoing operations and activities

We continue to be contactable by both phone and email.

Telephone: 01628 522827 Email: clerk@wooburnparish.gov.uk

Sapper’s field sinkhole

The field remains closed to the public as the sinkhole which appeared back in February 2020, quickly grew to a diameter of 60 feet wide by 140 feet deep and is an ongoing issue. We have been seeking expert advice to survey the sinkhole to advise options to mitigate any dangers and to survey the whole field, as there is a risk there may be others. In the meantime, we would ask the public to respect the signage and stay out of the field as we do not know if the sinkhole is stable or whether other parts of the field are safe. More details of the reports we have received can be found under the above News tab.

PLEASE NOTE : As a result of the timing of "going to press", the attached Parish Guide brochure, on page 13, mentions our previous MP's name. Our new MP is Joy Morrissey contactable via...joy.morrissey.mp@parliament.uk

22 September 2021
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Flag flying dates for 2021

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January 2021
Flag flying dates for 2021

Parish Council Allotments

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November 2020
Allotment News

Your Parish Council is responsible for the allocation and management of allotments within the Parish. So drop a note to the office if you have a question or need help. Happy digging !

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