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Parish and town (local) councils in England and community and town (local) councils in Wales are the first tier of local government. There are around 10,000 local councils in England and Wales, made up of nearly 100,000 councillors.
Clarborough, Welham and Hayton villages all have problems with speeding drivers. Community Speed Watch is an initiative between local volunteers and Nottinghamshire Police. The aim of the scheme is to improve road safety and driver behaviour to reduce death and serious injury on the roads within Nottinghamshire. Some parish councils already run schemes, we are asking for volunteers to run a Community Speed Watch scheme in our area. If you are interested please contact Phil Gibson (C&W PC Chairman) - see Councillors at top of this page.
Parish Council Meetings were virtual meetings, using Zoom, during the Covid-19 pandemic but resumed face-to-face from June 2021. For full details see our Meeting dates & Agenda page which includes meeting dates through to January 2025.
Become a Parish Councillor? Elections on 4th May but nomination forms had to be submitted by 4th April ! Read more here... However, Parish Council’s, such as ours, can also invite/co-opt new Councillors if they are currently short of numbers. Watch this space!
Clarborough village hall football pitch and the Gill Green walk ball wall have been opened for use. The play equipment can now be used but:
After taking advice from NALC Clarborough and Welham Parish Council are pleased to inform you that the play park is now open. However, to use the equipment there are strict guideline to follow (see here) in addition the Parish Council will spray the equipment at least once a week with disinfectant.
Our Parish Council was planning VE75 events - click here for the dedicated website page. Unfortunately the Covid-19 emergency cancelled these events!
For links to Clarborough Village Hall, go to the Clarborough & District Community Association (CDCA) page as they manage our village hall.
With GDPR (General Data Protection Regulations) coming into effect from 25th May, 2018, Clarborough & Welham Parish Council has published a raft of policy and other documents to explain our council’s compliance with these regulations. Click here to view these documents.
For the unfolding story of Clarborough & Welham’s Neighbourhood Plan and various associated developments, go to our dedicated page here...
With effect from January, 2017: The Parish Council office in Clarborough Village Hall will no longer be open on Monday mornings.
Parishioners wishing to raise issues or would like a consultation with the parish councillor need to contact the Chairman on (01777) 700 517 so a meeting can be arranged.
More recently they have instituted a dedicated Transparency page which is used to lodge a wide range of documents dealing with a wide range of financial and other matters including audits - take a look!
Parish Council e-mail address: email@example.com
The main menu (left or above) has sub-pages for our Parish Council - hover over it to see the links.
The Agendas sub-page shows the Parish Council Meeting dates as currently notified.
Our Parish Council makes every effort to be transparent in its functions. Agendas and Minutes of meetings have been published on this site for many years as you will see by exploring the linked pages above and to the left.
At all other times, please use contact details shown on our Parish Councillors page.
Although the Parish Council initiated development of this website, this is not a Parish Council site although it does act as a publishing medium for Clarborough & Welham Parish Council. To that end it is intended that Minutes of Parish Council Meetings, Notices of Parish Council and other public meetings as well as other documents of a community interest nature will appear on this site.
A small contribution from our Parish Council was provided to launch this site in November 2010 but the site is now funded entirely by Clarborough & Welham IT Group.
The relationship between Parish Council and website is similar to that which it has with the publishers of the quarterly Clarborough & Welham Newsletter, recent copies of which may be viewed in pdf format on the Newsletter page of this site.
Contact details for current members of the Parish Council are provided in Parish Council ► Parish Councillors. Parish Council Committees are shown on the same page.