What does your council do?
Planning, highways, traffic, community safety, housing, playing fields, litter, seats and shelters, rights of way – these are a few of the areas of the business the Parish Council discuss and on your behalf work with Winchester City Council and Hampshire County Council in order to improve our environment.
Who are your Parish Councillors?
The Parish includes the villages of Owslebury, Morestead, Baybridge and the surrounding area. Owslebury Parish has seven Councillors, all volunteers, who are elected by residents, on the Electoral Roll of the Parish, every 4 years.
Your Parish Councillors are:
|Councillor John Chapman (Chairman)
|Councillor Gerry Tull (Vice Chairman)
|Councillor Will Martin
|Councillor Roger Page
|Councillor Paul Phillips
If you would like to e-mail a specific councillor regarding any of the above areas, please (e-mail the clerk) and entitle the e-mail FAO Cllr xxxxx
- Mr Laurence Ruffell
- Mr Rob Humby are usually in attendance at the meetings.
Register of Members interest
The Register of Members Interests can be viewed at the City Council's website by clicking on this link -
When and where does your council meet?
The Parish Council meets on the 2nd Monday of every month at 7.45pm, in Owslebury Parish Hall. The agenda is placed on the Parish notice boards in Owslebury, Morestead, Marwell and Baybridge on the Wednesday before the meeting.
Members of the Parish are welcome to attend and time is set aside, approximately two thirds through the meeting, for public questions and comments.
To ensure all parishioners who may be affected by issues are able to communicate their views, only agenda items are discussed.
Items raised, not on the agenda, requiring further discussion will be placed on the agenda of the next meeting.
Clerk to Owslebury Parish Council
Yew Tree House, Hensting Lane, Owslebury Winchester. SO21 1LE