Welcome to the Border Group Parish Council website.
Please explore the site to find out news, local events and statutory information from your Parish Council. Please note you can now find older content under the ‘Archive’ men.u
BGPC usually meets on the third Tuesday of the month, but it doesn’t meet every month. You are more than welcome to attend meetings. Details will be published in Meetings & Agendas.
The next meeting of the Parish Council will take place at Lingen Village Hall on Tuesday 17th September 2019 at 7.30pm. NO meeting in August
Border Group gets its SID ( Speed Indicator Device)!!
Those of you going through Brampton Bryan and Walford recently will have seen the new addition to the landscape. The Parish Council hopes that introducing the SID will have a positive impact on drivers who blight our villages by speeding. The SID is owned by the Parish Council ( bought with funds from a development, NOT out of the Precept) Over the coming months it will rotate round the Border Group villages to hopefully make our roads safer.
Councillor Update – the vacancy in Brampton Bryan has been filled by Mr Steve Alford who was co-opted onto BGPC at the meeting on July 16th. We are very grateful to Mr Alford for coming forward to join us and look forward to working with him. His contact details can be found under ‘Councillors’ above
Annual Report from outgoing Chair of BGPC May 19
Fire at Paytoe
There continue to be regular meetings between Cllrs, staff from Keys Care and local residents and this is a Standing item on the agenda. At the June meeting Cllrs learnt that the case of arson against the 2 youths had been dropped for lack of evidence.
Border Group Parish Council wishes to acknowledge the support and commitment from the Steering group and many Parishioners whose efforts saw the Plan to fruition. In particular we would like to thank Tony Swainson as Secretary and Bill Bloxsome from Data Orchard (planning consultants). Thank you to everyone for your contributions.
The result of the referendum was positive meaning the Plan will now be taken into account when deciding future planning applications – please click on this links below to find out more
Financial Year ending March 19
What is a Parish Council?
Generally the role of a parish council is to improve the quality of community life for their parish and its inhabitants.
- Give views, on behalf of their community, on planning applications and other proposals that affect the parish.
- Undertake projects and schemes that benefit local residents.
- Work in partnership with other bodies to achieve benefits for the parish.
- Alert relevant authorities to problems that arise or work that needs to be undertaken.
- Help the other tiers of local government keep in touch with their local communities.
Source: Herefordshire Association of Local Councils (HALC)
Powers & Responsibilites from the Herefordshire Council website