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.
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The Parish Council has been advised of recent incidents when bus drivers on the local Arriva and First bus routes have refused to accept bus passes as valid between 9am and 9.30am. Bus pass holders have been turned away on the grounds that the ticket machine says the bus stop is in Slough where the […]
At our meeting on 23rd October we were delighted to co-opt Bill Baker as the new councillor for the vacant seat. Bill has lived in Farnham Common for 40 years and has been an active campaigner on a number of projects in the Parish. He is a retired chartered surveyor. Much of the meeting was […]
At our meeting on 25th September progress was made in agreeing further expenditure required to repair Footpath 4 between the A355 and Egypt Lane near Barn Close. Subject only to the final consent of City of London to take down vegetation on the diversionary route this work should take place week commencing 16th October. The […]
The external auditors have completed the annual audit and the Annual Return will shortly be available to download on the webpage dealing with Finance issues. Residents are entitled to inspect and obtain a hard copy of the Annual Return and set out below is the Notice to that effect. noticeconculsionaudit
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