The next meeting of the Parish Council is on Thursday 21st December 2017.
The next meeting will be on 21 December. All parishioners are welcome to attend the meeting which takes place in the Memorial Hall commencing at 7.30pm
Bench - Woodman Close
The seat and backrest have been replaced.
Community Safety Advice
It has been bought to our attention that a group historically known as ‘Nottingham Knockers’ are operating in the Winchester area. They are normally ex-offenders who claim that they are working with a pedlars certificate. Essentially they work to a gang master who will bring a group to a specific area and drop off. The individuals then go off selling door to door before getting picked up and taken to another area. While there are periodically allegations of abusive behaviour by those selling at the door if a householder refuses to buy goods, these incidents are the exception rather than the norm.
The advice is not to open the door to strangers or buy or sell on the doorstep. If a householder is abused or threatened on their own doorstep then they should be calling the police, 101 or 999 if they feel particularly vulnerable by the intimidating behaviour.
Public Access Defibrillator
Located at entrance to Memorial Hall
Bus services are povided by Stagecoach. To ensure appropriate size of buses and frequency of services the Parish Council is always keen to hear the view of villagers to enable feedback to the bus operator.
The Parish Council is responsible for the maintenace of bus shelter in Woodman Close and by the War Memorial.
The Parish Council liases with both the police and the local neighbourhood watch scheme.
The website www.police.uk gives details of crimes reported nationwide. By entering post code or place name in the “find your neighbourhood” search box it is possible to find statistics for Winchester Rural West which encompasses Sparsholt.
It is important to report crimes and concerns to the police. PCSO Kerry Croutear, our local beat office, attends parish meetings when possible to update all on local issues and can be contacted on 07901 102445 or email email@example.com. Kerry works shifts so may not always be able to respond to your enquiry immediately.
The local Police can be contacted by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 101.
IN AN EMERGENCY ALWAYS CALL 999
Neighbourhood Watch Scheme
Coordinator of the local Neighbourhood Watch Scheme is Jan Anderson whose telephone number is 01962 776784 and email address email@example.com
For any queries or concerns related to transport and security please contact Cllr Andrew Osmond at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com