News

Clean for the Queen

On Saturday 5 March 2016, 4 community volunteers plus Councillor Marie Bugden and Parish Clerk Sue Waters carried out a litter pick in Gurnard Village as part of the Clean for the Queen weekend. Areas covered included, Worsley Road, The Green, Cockleton Lane, Church Road, Albert Road, Tuttons Hill and Spencer’s Field. The weather was cold but dry and volunteers were…read more →

Help Required with tree planting

                                                                                  HELP IS NEEDED WITH THE PLANTING OF TREES FOR THE ARBORETUM AT COCKLETON MEADOW, COCKLETON LANE (FORMER PRIMARY SCHOOL…read more →

Nominations required for the Annual Parish Award

ANNUAL PARISH AWARD The Parish Council Annual Parish Meeting is being held on Thursday 28 April 2016 at 7.30pm in the Village Hall. The Parish Council is now collecting nominations for the annual Parish Award. Please contact the Parish Clerk with your nominations – by telephone 07443 656480, by email gurnardparishcouncil@gmail.com  or by post Mrs Sue Waters, 27 Parklands Avenue,…read more →

Gurnard News – February 2016 insertion

At the December and January meetings of the Parish Council the main topics discussed were: REPORTED CRIMES PCSO Derek Howard sent written reports. There have been 6 reported crimes in Gurnard during November and 5 in December. Community priorities remain the same. NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN Meetings have re-started following the completion of the Landscape Assessment which will provide valuable evidence on…read more →

Christmas Closure

The councillors and clerk of Gurnard Parish Council are taking a break over the festive season. Please note that the parish office will be closed from Thursday 24 December 2015 to Sunday 3rd January 2016 inclusive. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. May we wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

Gurnard News – December 2015

At the November meeting of the Parish Council the main topics discussed were: REPORTED CRIMES PCSO Derek Howard sent a written report. There have been 6 reported crimes in Gurnard during October. M.B.E. Councillor Sean Harrison (Chairman) advised of his great pleasure in receiving his M.B.E. from the Queen earlier that week. He shared pictures of the wonderful occasion with…read more →

NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN

The Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group will be meeting soon to review the Landscape Assessment which was commissioned over the summer. A community volunteer has produced a wonderful document at only the cost of his ferry fare to the Isle of Wight. This document should provide the last piece of evidence to enable the consultant to produce a draft plan for…read more →

Gurnard News entry November 2015

At the October meeting of the Parish Council the main topics discussed were: REPORTED CRIMES PCSO Derek Howard sent a written report. There have been 4 reported crimes in Gurnard during September – the same as last year. Included in the report was a list of staff members at Cowes Police Station, results from two local speedwatch operations and a…read more →

Footpath re-opens

The Isle of Wight Council advised that the Coastal Footpath from Thorness Bay to the Luck re-opened yesterday (1 October 2015).  The Parish Council wishes to thank the Rights of Way team at the council and the landowners for all their hard work on this.

Gurnard News October entry

Councillor Mark McNeill was elected chairman for the meeting as both the chairman and vice chair were working at The Bestival. At the September meeting of the Parish Council the main topics discussed were: REPORTED CRIMES PCSO Derek Howard was able to attend the meeting and brought a written report. There have been 8 reported crimes in Gurnard during August….read more →