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Our purpose as a council is to make all kinds of decisions on issues that affect the local community whilst campaigning for better services and facilities
In doing so we hope to be improving the quality of life for all of our community
The Parish Council also accepts the challenge that annual reductions in Grants from Central Government have made. To maintain and perhaps increase services at local levels may need regular increases in Household Rates which can be minimised by seeking from our Residents voluntary help for certain services”
Your next Parish Council Meeting will be on Wednesday 1st November, 2017
Parish Council meetings are held on the first Wednesday of the month (with the exception of January and August) commencing at 7:15pm.
Despite the forecast of poor weather for the Inauguration of the Firsdown Circular Walk, there was a good turnout of residents and the weather stayed fine for most of the walk. Nigel Walsh spoke briefly about the circular walk describing how two other parishes, Pitton and Alderbury, have established circular walks in place with another […]
Firsdown Circular Walk Official Opening Firsdown Paths Group are proud to announce the official opening of the circular walk ranging from 2.5 to 5 miles, The official opening takes places on Sunday 1st October at 2 pm and starts from outside the Play Area at the South end of Firsdown All are welcome so please […]
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Firsdown Parish Council Would like to say a Big Thank you to Rory Dible and Plymouth Brethren Christian Church in donating a lovely new Park bench for the community Local Parishioners including Nigel Walsh and Parish Council Members Helen & Brian Edgeley helped to install the bench
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We now have all the results from the Great British Spring Clean. Our thanks to all those that took part and the support of idverde that provide much of the community equipment. Thousands of Wiltshire residents took part in more than 140 litter picking events for the Great British Spring Clean this weekend. From 3-5 […]
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Since the last Firsdown Council Meeting in April the following has been completed The bridleway crossing the Roman Road beyond Gorden Peters bungalow has been cleared westward at Gordon’s request and eastward to the point where the Monarchsway turns left into the field, near the Mobile Phone Mast. The Monarchsway footpath down the dip and […]
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Firsdown is only a couple of miles from the famous Clarendon Way walk, a 24 mile walk joining the two Wessex cities of Winchester and Salisbury crossing the Test Valley between Kings Somborne and Houghton. It starts beside the waters of the Itchen in the heart of Winchester and ends near the Avon at Salisbury […]
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