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Working For you – Charvil Parish Council is committed to supporting the local community and providing a safe and interesting environment in which to visit, live, work and play.

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09Jun 22

Charvil Countryside awarded Local Wildlife Site Status

Experts have recognised two public green spaces in Charvil as havens for a rich variety of wild animals including birds, insects and otters. Charvil Country Park and Charvil Meadows were both designated as Local Wildlife Sites following a recent meeting…

09Jun 22

Treasure Hunt Winners Announced

Well done to everyone who took part in the Charvil Jubilee Treasure Hunt! Families took the opportunity of the long Jubilee weekend to follow the route on the app, and travelled all over the village to answer the clues. We…

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Nature Trail

The Nature Trail is a great way to begin learning about the flora and fauna in Charvil and some of the work being done to protect it. It’s especially suitable for young children exploring the country park but grown-ups will enjoy it too.

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From the Council Meeting of 11th April

Pavilion Redevelopment – We noted that the first meeting with the architects, Stanhope Wilkinson Associates, will be held later this month, this will be the kick-off meeting to start discussions on the redevelopment of the Pavilion at East Park Farm.  If you are interested in getting involved please let me know ( or put a note through the village hall letter box).

Neighbourhood Plan – the next meeting of the  Steering Group will appoint leaders to the five working groups, one for each of the themes of Housing, Transport, Environment, Flooding and Community. These groups will draw together the evidence and produce the plans and policies that make up the final neighbourhood plan. If you are interested in helping with any of these themes please let me know or contact the clerk (

Jubilee – Cllr Matt Walker outlined his plans for the virtual family treasure hunt for the Jubilee Bank Holiday – more details to follow.

Planning Applications – we are really disappointed there are more retrospective planning applications coming before the Council.  Getting the right approvals beforehand can help you get things right first time without the worry that you might have to demolish what you have built!

Rainwater harvesting – we agreed to put in a rain water system to catch rainfall from the village Hall, this will help with providing water for the Community Orchard and nearby newly-planted trees.

Dog washing facilities – we considered an offer from a company to put in a dog washing facility in East Park Farm, this stimulated a lively debate! I often hear from residents, especially those with small children or more elderly, of their concern about dogs off their leads on East Park Farm. In the end we decided that although dog walkers would welcome it this was not the ideal siting.  We agreed to try to suggest other areas further from sports grounds and play areas.

Changes to Councillors – we were very pleased to welcome David Oppong to the council, and can I remind residents that we do still have a vacancy on the council if you can support some of the important initiatives we are pushing forward.

Litter pick – about a fifteen residents turned out on Sunday 3rd April including the Bennett family with their young son, Jason, who had made his own litter picker from recycled materials as a lockdown project!

 Annual Parish Meeting – the APM will be on the 18th May at 8pm in the village Hall where we will be giving you updates on Parish projects and you will have to opportunity to ask questions – drinks and nibbles available! See you there?

Monday 11th July 2022

Amenities Committee Meeting

Monday 4th July 2022

Planning, Environment and Highways Committee

Monday 20th June 2022

Full Council Meeting

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