This August, Winchester City Council in partnership with ActiveMe 360 are providing a 3-week summer sports programme for anyone aged 6-13. See the pdf below for more details:
There are vacancies on the Littleton & Harestock Parish Council caused by councillor resignations.
Parish Councillors are unpaid elected (or co-opted) representatives. As a Parish Councillor you will meet new people, become part of a team, and you will have the opportunity to gain new knowledge. Most important of all, you will be helping to make a difference to our local community in Littleton and Harestock.
Parish Council Functions
The National Association of Local Councils (NALC) refers to Parish councillors as “the champions of their community who invest time in local projects and issues to the benefit of residents and the neighbourhood”.
Littleton and Harestock Parish Council maintains the Bradley Rd playground and Littleton Recreation Ground with its sports facilities, playground, and adult gym equipment. Additionally, we rent the Harestock football field from the MOD for use by local football teams and Harestock residents.
The Parish Council maintains, on behalf of Hampshire County Council, the Littleton pond, and the small wooded open space opposite the pond. We also own the Bronze Age burial site (Tumulus field) in Littleton which is under the guardianship of English Heritage.
The Parish Council review all planning applications in Littleton and Harestock and provide input to the Winchester City Council planning officers. We also work with Winchester City Council, Hampshire County Council and the Hampshire constabulary on local matters including crime and disorder, local transport, highways and many other issues.
Joining the Parish Council
If you are interested in joining the council please contact the Clerk at email@example.com.
We welcome application from any Littleton or Harestock resident, however we would be particularly pleased to receive applications from parishioners in Harestock to ensure that matters of concern to Harestock residents can be fully represented on the council.
Please see the formal notice below in PDF format: –
The unaudited annual governance and accountability return is now available for viewing as follows:-
Following on from Highways England’s public consultation in summer 2019, they have made some changes to the Proposed Scheme and are now running a second public consultation from Thursday 27 May 2021 to Thursday 8 July 2021.
You can join one of the live online webinars starting from 2nd June 2021, for more details click here, or see the flyer below:
Hampshire Highways have licensed road works at the Main Rd / Stockbridge Rd junction to create an access road for a new battery storage energy facility. A multi-way traffic light control has been put in place.
The license for the road works runs from 29th April – 7th May 2021, however Hampshire Highways report that it may be the case that the road works finish before 7th May.
Last year, due to the first Covid lockdown, it was not possible to hold the Annual Parish Assembly which is normally held every year in May. This year, restrictions mean that we won’t be able to hold a face-to-face meeting, however we will be running a reduced Annual Assembly online and residents will be able to join the meeting via Zoom on 29th April at 7pm.
For the agenda and joining instructions please see below: