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Warwick District Council Housing & Homelessness Strategy consultation

Whitnash Town Council have received notification of a consultation on the next Warwick District Council Housing & Homelessness strategy. Pleased see email below for more information, and the link to the consultation itself. Dear Parish Council clerk, I am writing to inform you that Warwick District Council is now consulting on what should go into […]

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The future of bus routes 65 and 66

Whitnash Town Council have received further information regarding the possible ending of the No 65 and 66 bus services, following the decision by Stagecoach to discontinue the services from December this year. Please see below for an email from Stuart Kocan-Payne, Passenger Transport Development Manager at Warwickshire County Council. In addition, documents referred to in his email […]

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Warwickshire Recovery & Wellbeing Academy

Coventry & Warwickshire Mind are launching a new project called the ‘Recovery and Wellbeing Academy’ across a number of venues in Warwickshire. This will consist of a range of informal workshops and courses delivered by professional trainers who are highly experienced in the field of Mental Health. These are designed to empower people in recognising […]

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Acre Close Improvements

Whitnash Town Council has commenced what will be a series of improvements to the bund at the far end of Acre Close Field, behind Palmer Road and the Whitnash Sports & Social Club. The bund has had weed killer put on it in preparation of the work that is to follow. The bund will then […]

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Whitnash Community Hub update

Over the last few months, a working group has been looking at ways in which to replace the current community centre at Acre Close, which was one of the things highlighted in the Whitnash Neighbourhood Plan. The working group is made up of Whitnash Town councillors, representatives of the Whitnash Sports & Social Club, Whitnash […]

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