The Parish Council is your local tier of Government – working to improve the life of residents in the Farnhams and providing a democratic forum for residents to voice their concerns on local issues.
This website is designed to help you find information about the Parish Council, up to date news on parish issues, local history and where you can turn to for help.
Our next Council meeting is on Monday and we would welcome any residents who would like to see what we do and/or to have their say over any concerns they have about issues in the Parish. The first 15 minutes is set aside for just such community involvement. We are fortunate to have the leader […]
Superintendent Andy Barnard gave an interesting talk at the Annual Parish Meeting recently about the effectiveness of the Dog Control Orders at the Beeches and the impending introduction of the Public Spaces Protection Orders which will replace them in October 2017. A consultation on extending these for another three years is already underway. Mr. Barnard […]
The Parish Council has today, 23rd February, following a rigorous tender process, placed a contract to cut back hedges and side out footways along the A355. The idea is to try and rectify the years of neglect of these by the County Council in the past and to try and restore the full width of the footways.
New Defibrillators for the Villages – final training date 28th March 7pm. Places available. Book now.
The Parish Council has acquired two defibrillators – one for Farnham Common on the side wall of Ashford Kitchens and one on the front wall of Bhajis in Farnham Royal. We have organised training for anyone interested in becoming more familiar with how to use them. The final training date is Tuesday 28th March at […]
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