Broughton Hackett Parish Meeting

Fly Tipping

Rob Adams, our County Councillor, has asked that everyone should be vigilant after the most recent fly tipping of asbestos in White Ladies Aston. If you do see anything suspicious, please note the number plate. The last clean up cost the council over £1000.


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17 March 2019  - Application to WCC for Broughton Hackett to join Lengthsman Scheme commencing 1 April. Application accepted and Carl Brassington appointed as Lengthsman.

21 March 2019 - Proposal submitted to WDC for speed sign, bench and defribillator under NHB. Approved by WDC on 28th June (see pdf attached). Approved. 

October 2019 Speed sign and defibrillator on order. Knee high fence installed around Church grass by WCC. Posts for speed sign installed. November 2019 Speed sign installed. January 2020 Defibrillator installed in church porch. March 2021 Bench installed.

January 2020 Village of Culture award presented by Wychavon District Council (WDC)to the villages of Broughton Hackett, White Ladies Aston (including Sneachill), Churchill and Spetchley following a concerted effort by representatives of these villages to get together to present the winning bid of social and cultural activities. Due to the pandemic the award has been extended to the end of 2021.

August 2020 Successful application to WDC for change of Churchill Mill Road (apparently the previous official name of the lane to Churchill Mill) to Mill Lane which residents on the lane thought was the name anyway. New sign installed.

December 2020 Application made to Police and Crime Commissioner's Office for funding for white village gates. On hold pending outcome of A422 Study.

A422 white gates installed by WCC in Summer 2022. 

Accountability and Governance 2021/22

(the period for the exercise of public rights in accordance with Regulation 15(2) of the Accounts and Audit Regulations 2015 will be for 30 days from 20th July 2022)

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