Clanfield  Parish Council

- Your elected and co-opted 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

 

Community Awards

Clanfield Parish Council is delighted to announce that it is launching the Clanfield Awards to recognise the talent and hard work of people within the village community.

NOMINATION FORM

Clanfield and surrounding areas sign  

Welcome

to Clanfield & Chalton

Ears of Corn  

Contact

The council

View of The Rising Sun Pub  

Our role

In the community

Latest news

Off The Record Covid Response

Off The Record

Published: 11th October 2021
Categories: News, Community & Volunteer, Hampshire, Advice

Off The Record is a young person’s emotional health & wellbeing charity supporting young people living in Havant, Hampshire.

We are the only free at point of access mental service beyond the NHS, reaching out to 21,000 young people living in the Havant Borough, supporting in the region of…

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Deputy Police & Crime Commissioner to speak at Clanfield Parish Council meeting

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Published: 11th October 2021
Categories: News, Clanfield, Hampshire

The Deputy Police & Crime Commissioner for Hampshire and the Isle of Wight, Luke Stubbs, has accepted an invitation to speak at the next meeting of Clanfield Parish Council.

The meeting will be at the Memorial Hall in South Lane on Tuesday 2nd November at 7.30 pm and members of the public are welcome to attend. Mr Stubbs will…

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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