Warwick District Council Housing & Homelessness Strategy consultation
- Tuesday, 06 September 2016 20:46
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 its next Housing & Homelessness Strategy from April 2017. Consultation is online here:
The consultation is open to the public so councillors are welcome to share this link more widely in the community if they so wish.
Thank you for your help with this.
Housing Strategy & Development Officer
Housing and Property Services
Warwick District Council
Royal Leamington Spa
Telephone: 01926 456335
The future of bus routes 65 and 66
- Tuesday, 06 September 2016 19:50
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 can be accessed by clicking on the following links:
65 66 Parish Council Feedback Letter
Proposed 65 66 service
Subject: Public Bus Service 65/66
Dear Parish Councillor,
Further to my email of 22nd August notifying you of Stagecoach’s decision to serve notice on the 65/66 bus route from Friday 17th December 2016 we have now made a decision on consulting with all affected parties.
As the timescales to serve notice on a contract within the current deregulated bus industry do not accord with Warwickshire County Council's standard Consultation timeline we are asking for your assistance in carrying out a modified version. Attached is a letter to Warwickshire Residents explaining the situation and asking for any Feedback to be sent directly to us. Also attached is a proposed timetable.
We would be most grateful if this could be displayed on any physical noticeboards within your Parish, on any websites you may operate and be mentioned at any upcoming Parish meetings you may be having.
Please note that the Consultation period is Monday 12th to Sunday 25th September 2016.
Should you have any questions regarding this please don't hesitate to contact me.
Passenger Transport Development Manager
Warwickshire County Council
Tel: 01926 412987
Warwickshire Recovery & Wellbeing Academy
- Sunday, 04 September 2016 14:54
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 their skills, abilities and resources and learning to become experts in their own recovery and wellbeing.
The Academy offers a learning approach to recovery and wellbeing that compliments existing services provided by Coventry & Warwickshire Mind in the County. Many courses are free of charge and are open to anyone over the age of 18 who is living in Warwickshire. The new venues will cover a range of locations such as Warwick, Leamington Spa, Stratford, Rugby, Mancetter, Nuneaton and Bedworth providing more access points across the County.
The overall aim is to support people in coping with the challenges of mental health issues in a positive way and in moving forward to fulfil their potential and achieve their goals in life.
Open Days are as attached and are open to the health professionals as well as anyone wanting to register or find out a little more.
R&WA Programme of Courses
Recovery & Wellbeing Open Day Poster-General
For more information on courses, locations and dates for courses and please visit
Or call 024 7622 9988.
September is World Alzheimers Month
- Thursday, 01 September 2016 18:50
September is World Alzheimer's Month™, an international campaign to raise awareness and challenge stigma. It's a time for action, a global movement united by its call for change, but also a time to reflect on the impact of dementia, a disease that will affect more and more people as the years pass.
More on World Alzheimers Month
Acre Close Improvements
- Sunday, 28 August 2016 21:45
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 be raked and rotavated before having a selection of new trees and wild flowers planted on it. The Town Council would like to thank Mr David Clough for sourcing the trees, and the Friends of Acre Close for sourcing the wild flowers. The Town Council itself is providing the bushes.
This work is expected to improve this area of the field, and provide a pleasant environment for park users.