BONFIRE NIGHT - 5th NOVEMBER 2019
The annual Bonfire and Fireworks night will be held on Tuesday 5th November at Weobley Village Hall. There will be a Torchlight procession from village centre and the Bonfire will be lit at 6.30 pm. The Fireworks Display will start at 7pm
Entry is Adults £5 and Children £2.50.
There wll be tasty refreshments available and there is Free parking at the hall and Castle Green
WEOBLEY NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN
The NDP for the Weobley received a positive referendum result following the referendum held on Thursday 12th September 2019. The result was as follows:
Yes – 241 votes / 85.2%
No – 42 votes / 14.8%
This means that the NDP will have full weight from 13th September 2019. A report is being prepared for the Cabinet Member and it is anticipated that the plan will be adopted mid–October. At this point the plan will form part of the statutory development plan for Herefordshire.
Information and copies of the Plan documents are available to view on the NDP website: http://weobleyndp.weebly.com
The mobile post office now visits the village once a week on a Tuesday at 11am. It is parked in Portland Street.
Due to a resignation following the recent election Weobley Parish Council has a vacancy for a Councillor. If an election is not called the vacancy will be filled by co-option. Please contact the Parish Clerk for further information.
WEOBLEY SKATE PARK
A formal tender has been drawn up for the provision of a new skate park for Weobley, which can be downloaded from the website. The documents can be found here.
TRAFFIC AND PARKING ISSUES
The Parish Council is aware that the village is becoming increasingly congested with traffic, reaching gridlock on some occasions, with street parking, including instances of illegal or inconsiderate parking, adding to the problem.
The village roads were not designed for the level of traffic or the size of vehicles we are now experiencing, nor for the increase in car ownership and the need for somewhere to park. Development traffic has only added to the problem and the increase in village residences will ultimately mean more vehicles using the roads.
The Council is trying to address this issue but there is, of course, no quick and easy solution. A working group has been tasked to identify the areas with the worst issues and investigate any options for alleviating or improving the situation.
P193281/PA4: Barn at Cae Bedw Brilley Whitney-on-Wye Herefordshire HR3 6JH, Notification for prior approval for a proposed change of use of an agricultural building to a dwellinghouse (Class C3) and for associatedoperational development. Creation of a single larger dwellinghouse.