Now that the PC has the funds from the VoWH, work on the play area on Chilton Field is due to start (weather permitting) w/c 24th June. During this time, there may be initially large vehicles delivering long and or large items to be put together. Please be mindful of this when parking along Chilton Field Way, Villa Road, Diamond Way and on bends, so as to not obstruct access for them. The works will take approx. 4 weeks (weather permitting). The area being built upon will of course be a small construction site and should be kept enclosed, but we would encourage you to please keep dogs and children away from the area whilst this work takes place. No parking areas may be designated along certain parts of CFW and DW, where some of the large items will be delivered and stored and access for machinery and deliveries will be required. We will aim to give as much notice for this as possible, so please be amenable if you are asked to move, to reduce the risk of any possible damage to any vehicles and to ensure that the workmen and equipment can easily access the field. Because of the wet weather, accessing the field via the drop bollards in the Community Room may not be possible as that could cause unnecccasry damage to the field. Also, if the hall is being used it may not be possible to get a large vehicle through, with parked cars and occupants.
Thank you for your co-operation.
This is the official website of Chilton Parish Council
Here you will find details of Parish Council meetings including agendas and official minutes.
What do Parish Councillors do?
Parish Councillors have a dual role:-
•They represent the views and concerns of the residents of the Parish to the Parish Council itself and, through it, to the District and County
•They report back to residents on issues affecting the Parish
Reports from our County and District Councillors can be found under Library/ County-District-Reports.
Chilton Neighbourhood Plan
A Neighbourhood Development Plan forms part of the formal planning process. Once in place it provides for the community to have more say in the future development of their locality. It also facilitates more money from local developments to be directed to those priorities and projects as defined by resident. Without a Neighbourhood Plan none of these advantages for the community will materialise.
The Chilton Neighbourhood Plan steering group is making good progress in agreeing a vision and objectives for the plan and getting a boundary for the plan agreed with VWHDC.
Further information relating to the Plan and the steering group meetings is available in the Library section.
There will be a Have Your Say Meeting with PCSO Tim Deane on Wednesday 19th June from 2.30 - 3.30pm outside Chilton Primary School. Please come along if you have any questions for him.
The Annual Return for 2018 can now be found under Finance.