Chilbolton Parish Council

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Parish Council                          02/10/17 agenda        Minutes

Planning Committee                 19/09/17 agenda         Minutes

Open Spaces Committee           14/09/17 agenda          Minutes

Neighbourhood Plan Working Group  dd/mm/16  agenda

Flood Advisory Group               dd/mm/16                   Minutes 


2017 Meeting Timetable

Parish Council Constitution adopted May '15

Protocol for Reporting at Meetings - This Protocol provides guidance to members of the public or press who wish to photograph or record proceedings at any of Chilbolton Parish Council public meetings.

CHILBOLTON ANNUAL PARISH ASSEMBLY - Draft 2017 minutes of the meeting and annual reports from local organisations/clubs


 Local list of contacts in the event of a medical emergency

Chilbolton Parish Council Safeguarding Policy agreed 3/7/17 is attached here







Every Tuesday afternoon at 14:00 - work parties




Southern Water's scheme to lay a 440 metre-long water main in Coley Lane, to help ensure a constant supply of high-quality drinking water to our customers, has started and is scheduled to be completed by Christmas.  More details can be found on their website: will be updated throughout the scheme. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to get in touch with them.



The County Council’s planned Serving Hampshire – Balancing the Budget consultation has been launched.


The County Council anticipates it will face a budget shortfall of £140 million by April 2019, on top of the £340 million savings already delivered over the last nine years. This is due to ongoing national austerity measures; demographic changes reflecting increases in demand for some services; and inflationary pressures.


Through this public consultation, the County Council is seeking residents’ and stakeholders’ views on a range of options for balancing its budget. These include:


  • reducing and changing services;
  • introducing and increasing charges for some services;
  • lobbying central Government for legislative change;
  • generating additional income;
  • using the County Council’s reserves;
  • increasing Council Tax; and
  • changing local government arrangements in Hampshire.


The County Council is obliged to present all possible options for making savings, regardless of its policy position. At this stage, the County Council is setting out high-level, strategic options, and is not proposing specific changes to services. Any proposals will be informed by feedback from this consultation and subject to further, more detailed public engagement. Therefore, only examples of potential service changes have been provided.


A detailed Information Pack, providing important background information to the consultation, is available on the County Council’s website. Residents and stakeholders are invited to respond to the consultation online.


Alternatively, paper copies of the Information Pack and Response Form can be requested by emailing, and will be available from Hampshire libraries.



The Hampshire County Council Central Countryside Sites team have set up a practical conservation volunteer task on the third Sunday of each month at Danebury Hill Fort. The sessions run from 10.30am – 3.30pm.

This is a great opportunity for local people to get active in the outdoors, meet new people and have fun whilst learning new skills and contributing to practical conservation on their fantastic Local Nature Reserve. Spending time in nature has been shown to have great benefits for both physical and mental health and we welcome everyone to our sessions. Under 16's will need parental permission or the whole family could come outside for the day together.


Tools, gloves and tea/coffee provided. Volunteers should bring their own lunch and wear sturdy footwear and clothes they don't mind getting muddy.

Information can be found on the attached poster here


Hampshire Police - Community Priorities Survey - It's time again to find out what is most affecting the residents in our community in order to work at addressing these concerns.  Below is the link to the online survey which collates your concerns and gives us two priorities for each area. Please complete this survey by 31st May, feel free to forward this onto your other contacts in Test Valley so we can get widespread opinions.

TVBC information for residents re Flood Insuarance

*Hamphire County Council Cold Weather Advice

*For TVBC information regarding the change in the registration system for people to get onto the electoral roll click here

*TVBC Press Release - Re changes to eligibility for repair and renew grant that may be halpful to those who may have had troubles with their septic tanks during the winter floods.

Stockbridge Safer Neighbourhoods Team Crime Prevention Advice  - Shed and Barn Theft - Equipment Security 

DOGS TRUST - Be Dog Smart - Educating young people about dog ownership

Dog Microchipping is now compulsory - see attached article from Test Valley Borough Council here


Information on Garden Bonfires can be found at the following links:- and



CHANGE IN LAWS REGARDING DOGS - attached is an important notice for everyone especially dog owners.

SSE Priority Services Leaflet - Extra support for you during a power cut


Additional information