Bubbenhall Village

Parish Council Notices

Joint Strategic Needs

A piece of work to assess the local health and social care needs and influences on health outcomes of residents as part of the countywide Joint Strategic Needs Assessment ("JSNA") is starting in your area in September 2019.

The JSNA is a partnership piece of work led by Warwickshire County Council and supported by the District Council, health agencies and voluntary and community sector groups.

The results of this assessment will ensure local services and support are fit for purpose and well placed to help the people who need them most.

Local views about health and social care are being gathered through an online survey, accessible by going to https://ask.warwickshire.gov.uk.

Please note that WCC will be giving a presentation about JSNA at a Parish Coucnil meeting in the near future.

Make the right call

Warwickshire Police have launched a series of help and advice pages and donwloadable leaflets in the contact section of their website. The information is there to support members of the public in 'making the right call' in the event of something happening and to make the right call to the right service first time. This, in turn, will reduce the number of calls going in to the Warwickshire Police communications centre, meaning that the staff are available for the Grade 1 emergency calls and to reduce the waiting time for anyone calling on 101.

Please click on the following link to see the information: make the right call

New permissive paths in Bubbenhall Wood

In 2016, Bubbenhall Wood and Bubbenhall Meadow (the land between Ryton Pools and Bubbenhall Wood) were bought by Warwickshire Wildlife Trust. Their aim is to give greater access to the countryside and as part of this plan they have opened up two new permissive paths:

1. From Shrubs Lodge across Bubbenhall Meadow, finishing in Pagets Lane opposite the new entrance to Bubbenhall Wood.

2. A circular walk around Bubbenhall Wood, accessible either from the new entrance in Pagets Lane, or from Middle Ride (the existing public footpath)

Please note that dogs are required to be kept on a lead at all times, and kept well away from the pools in the meadow.

Please remember that parking in Pagets Lane causes problems for local residents. 

Audit of Parish Council Accounts

The external audit of the Parish Council accounts has been completed and the Notice of Conclusion of Audit can be viewed within the documents section for 2018/19.

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Last updated on 10th of October 2019