Clanfield  Parish Council

- Your elected representatives of Clanfield and Chalton -

 

Welcome to Clanfield Parish Council

Our website includes information about the Parish Council. It includes a history of the village, information on its facilities and explains how the Parish Council works - its responsibilities, meeting minutes and agenda.  Please use the links which will navigate to the other pages on the website.

There are also links to other websites which provide further information on reporting issues and contacting other authorities.

About the Parish

 

Grounds Maintenance Contract for Tender

Clanfield Parish Council grounds maintenance contract for tender. The Council owns or manages over 23 hectares of land and property at 11 locations within the Parish.

This contract will relate to a total land area of just over 22 hectares. At one location, there is a Trustees’ management committee but the Parish Council owns the land and is responsible for its grounds maintenance. Accordingly, there will be a single contract for all the work required. 

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In the community

Latest news

Wheels to Work Hampshire

Published: 6th November 2019
Categories: News, Local projects, Clanfield, Hampshire, School & Youth

Need help getting to work, interviews or vocational training? If you’re 16+ and live in East Hampshire Wheels to Work can get you moving

Wheels to Work offers: Moped loan scheme Weekly charge Fully taxed and insured Servicing and maintenance Breakdown cover Motorcycle training (CBT - Compulsory Basic Training) Protective clothing Get in touch…

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Landscaping Works at St James Place

Published: 31st October 2019
Categories: News, Clanfield, Hampshire

Work has now commenced to complete the approved landscaping at St James Place prior to handover of the land areas that remain to be transferred to Clanfield Parish Council.

Work has now commenced to complete the approved landscaping at St James Place prior to handover of the land areas that remain to be transferred to Clanfield Parish Council. This…

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Events in the area

POSTPONED: South of Butser Community Day

South of Butser Community Day Flyer

Date: 16th May 2020
Location: Green behind Clanfield Sports and Community Centre

For the communities of Clanfield, Horndean and Rowlands Castle. Come along and join the fun.

It is with deep regret that, due to the current weather conditions and the impending weather on Saturday,  the South of Butser Community Day Steering Group have decided to postpone…

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Down Farm Barn Restoration Project - Public Consultation Event

Date: 2nd November 2019
Location: The Blue Room, Clanfield Memorial Hall

Clanfield Parish Council would like to invite your views on the draft restoration plans for Down Farm Barn

Clanfield Parish Council would like to invite your views on the draft restoration plans for Down Farm Barn, the Victorian flint barn on the junction of Green Lane and Chalton…

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A Brief History

Clanfield Parish Area Map

Clanfield started out life as a small farming community in 1305 and has continued with a very rural existence for most of its life. In 1929 the population was recorded as only 129. The post war years have seen much change however with new developments and growth across the area.

 

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Latest Parish Council Meetings

  • Planning committee minutes 08Sep

    Present:
    Cllr M. White Chair, Cllr S Williams, Cllr J Bannell, Cllr D’este Hoare,

  • Meeting minutes 01Oct

    Present:
    Chairman Cllr J. Bannell, Cllr T. Collins, Cllr R. Clarke, Cllr L. Coffre, Cllr S. D’este Hoare, Cllr B. Foster, Cllr P. Hurst, Cllr M. White, Cllr S. Williams

  • Planning committee minutes 10Sep

    Present:
    Cllr M. White Chair, Cllr R. Clarke, Cllr S. Williams, Cllr S. D’este Hoare, Cllr J, Bannell, Cllr T. Collins

  • Meeting minutes 03Sep

    Present:
    Chairman Cllr J. Bannell, Cllr R. Clarke, Cllr L. Coffre, Cllr S. D’este Hoare, Cllr B. Foster, Cllr D. Harris, Cllr M. White, Cllr S. Williams;