If there are any issues regarding cleansing in
Whitchurch Village, please contact B&NES Council Connect on
01225 394041 or
This is the best way for B&NES to monitor areas which need clearing more often and will be acted on quickly.
Despite the Sunday Car Boot Sale being a washout, Whitchurch Village held a successful August Bank Holiday Monday Fete and the local community – with their 4-legged friends – enjoyed being entertained and educated by Oldland Brass Band, Enchante Baton Twirlers, Shaolin Wushu martial arts, Ferretworld and Pegasus Hawking as well as the Family sports. The Fete opened with waves from Peter Rabbit …
Twelve Volunteers turned out on a damp and soggy Saturday morning to take part in the Annual Village Clean-up, which runs alongside Keep Britain Tidy events. Around 20 bags of rubbish were collected from pavements, footpaths and open spaces around Whitchurch Village to help make the area look clean and tidy. Refreshments were then provided …
The Whitchurch Village Neighbourhood Development Plan was formally approved by BANES on 6th December 2017 and is now a part of the Council’s Development Plan, which is in accordance with section 38A(4) of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004. Reasons for making this decision: 96.5% of those voting in the Whitchurch Village Neighbourhood Plan …
There are eleven members of Whitchurch Village Council who are subject to an election every four years, the last one being held in 2015.
Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of every month in the Village Hall.
Village Council Team