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2015 Election Results

Town and District Council election results for Whitnash are being counted Saturday 9th May.

Click here to see the results


Measured Mile coming soon!

Having been able to secure funding up to £29864 from Warwick District Council for the Measured Mile project and agreeing funding from the Town Council, a grant of £49637 has now been agreed by Wren Environmental for the remaining funding. This means the town council will be able to fix a start date to put this facility in Acre Close. The track will be made of recycled material with some outdoor gym equipment provided and signage.

People all ages will be able to exercise as well as run or walk, toddlers can learn to ride their bikes safely and many more possible uses have also been suggested. Fencing will also be provided and a walkway to enable people to cross the field on a dry path rather than grass.

We would like to thank Wren Environmental, Warwick District Council, Whitnash Town Council, Friends of Acre Close and all the local organisations that supported us with letters of support and petitions.

Judy Falp

Whitnash Town Council


Whitnash Ward election to Warwick District Council



Whitnash Town Council Elections

For the 2015 Town Council election Warwick District Council and the Boundary Commission created a new East Ward and a new South Ward.

Previously there were three wards  each with five councillors, but now there are four wards. The new East Ward has one councillor representing what we understand is currently a single property.

Town Election Election Notice

There are no elections in the new East Ward or North Ward as the number of candidates was the same as the number of seats, therefore all who stood were "elected unopposed".


Warwick District Council launches new shared ownership homes scheme

Warwick District Council launches new shared ownership scheme for homes

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