Bishop’s Waltham Parish Council is responsible for improving the local community. It represents the whole electorate within the parish, delivers services to meet local needs, and strives to improve quality of life in the parish.
The Parish Council has the powers to spend money on community transport, traffic calming, crime prevention, youth projects, tourism activities, leisure facilities, community centres, car parks, recreation grounds, entertainment, street furniture, street cleaning, allotments, bus shelters and land.
The Parish Council comments on planning applications and can be represented at public inquiries. It is likely to be granted more powers to negotiate with the local principal authorities and take on additional responsibilities.
January 2023 - Warm Space
The Jubilee Hall’s Ruby room is open Every Tuesday 10am - 2pm.
Free Tea and coffee, and biscuits are available, as well as a selection of magazines and a warm welcome for all.
Facilitated by Bishop’s Waltham Parish Council 01489 892323