Welcome to the Broad Chalke Parish Council Website. You can use this site to access agendas and minutes, accounts and other formal documents.
Use the 'Pages' tab on the tool bar above to navigate to the relevant pages of the website.
Following the retirement of Ron Chalk, the Parish Council has advertised for interest for the position and will be considering ahead of the July meeting.
ANNUAL GOVERNANCE AND ACCOUNTING STATEMENT- The latest Statement and Internal Auditors Report can be found on the Annual Governance Statement page. The Period Of Public Rights commenced on 14 June and Notice is published with the Annual Governance Statement.
This year the Council has submitted the Statement for External Audit and (mid June) await the External Auditors report.
UPDATE 1 July 2020
PARISH COUNCIL MEETING 8 JULY AT 6.30PM
The Council has decided to hold this meeting via Zoom. Contact the Clerk if you would like to access the meeting.
Make a Splash of Yellow along our Valley- Update 20 June 2020
Sunflowers are well on the way in various greenhouses and gardens up and down the valley with over 50 households taking part to bring a smile and a little brightness into our lives at this difficult time.
Heights reported for 15 June range from 50cms to 140cms. The next recording date is 15 July. Please submit to email@example.com
NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN CONSULTATION BEGINS
The Neighbourhood Plan is our plan for how we want Broad Chalke to progress in terms of our community, environment, and amenities, whilst preserving what makes the village special.
The final stage of local consultation on the Broad Chalke Neighbourhood Plan was concluded on 15 March 2020 and a revised Plan submitted to Wiltshire Council.
A Local Referendum will be held in due course once Covid-19 restrictions are eased. The Referendum is not likely to be before spring 2021.
To date the Plan has received strong local support and has achieved a great deal, including implementation of our Community Hub, village car parking, pathways and village green. The final Plan includes village proposals for a small Community led housing scheme to meet local needs.
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Hard copies of the Plan and forms are also available in the Community Hub coffee shop.
Thanks to Ken Leslie for allowing use of his image "Summer Barley, Broad Chalke".