Bishop’s Waltham Development Plan
The proposed Bishop’s Waltham Development Plan for 2011 - 2031 is now offered for community consultation.
Sunday 9th February 11am – 4pm Priory Park (Clubhouse)
Thursday 13th February 3pm – 8pm Jubilee Hall (Gold Room)
Saturday 15th February 10am – 2pm High Street (King’s Church)
You will receive a questionnaire delivered to your household in mid-February, which you can complete on-line or by returning the paper form.
Annual Parish Meeting
Displays will be present at this meeting in the Jubilee Hall from 6.30pm on Wednesday 5th March.
You can now view the following:
• Development Plan Process
• Site Descriptions
• Site Map
The full set of documentation on the Development Plan is at
under the Bishop’s Waltham box.
PLEASE PARTICIPATE – THIS IS ABOUT THE FUTURE OF OUR TOWN
Improving Community Communications
A Street Agent in each area and locality of Bishop’s Waltham is required to help regularly update and inform their neighbours of ‘what is happening’ in their town. One or two Development volunteers could share the task of delivering communications in their street, such as the Parish Council quarterly news letter, and other informative leaflets regarding local events.
This activity would involve approximately half hour of the volunteers time per quarter, at their own pace and convenience. When an Agent for a street / area is identified, these communications will then be delivered separate from the postal service and therefore will not be confused with ‘junk mail’. No one in our community will be disadvantaged by not being informed of community events.
If you believe that communication is a valuable asset to our community, and you enjoy walking and helping your neighbours, please consider becoming a Street/Area Agent for your locality.
Contact: Pat Wilson Email
for more information.
Friends of St Peter’s
The Friends of St Peter’s Church Bishop’s Waltham FOSP), is a charity (Reg: 299807) formed in 1987, primarily to assure
the preservation and maintenance of the Church. Some members of the FOSP Committee have been in post
since inception and others for many years. To bring a fresh approach to fulfilment of the Charity’s objectives
and enable the Church to be re-ordered to match the requirements of 21st century worship and other
Church activities, the current chairman will not seek re-election at this year’s AGM in June.
Hence the opportunity exists for a new Chair
to support this very important charity which
the PCC is very keen to maintain.
For further information and to express an interest in this role please contact :
The Rector ( 892618 firstname.lastname@example.org
Paul Emmerson (895079 email@example.com
Rod Passingham (892000 firstname.lastname@example.org