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Next Parish Council Meeting

Monday 14 July 2014 at 7.00pm

July Agenda

The meeting will be held at Christ Church Matlock Road Wessington. 

If you have any matters that you want to raise please contact the Clerk to the Council.

The Agenda is put together one week prior to the meeting.  Contact the clerk to have items included on the agenda.

E-mail the Clerk at wessingtonparishcouncil@rocketmail.com 

Parish Council Meetings

 Everyone is welcome to attend the meetings and there is a period of time for public participation.  

Communuity Adverts

 Alex Webster of Brackenfield is offering Chess coaching to local groups or individuals. Contact Alex on 07854387128

Your Group or Activity

To see the details of your group or activity here, please contact the Clerk.

The Ben Bailey Section 106 Grants

Work has started on some of the projects that were submitted and approved.

1.  Kidzone

2.  Wessington Outdoor Learning Project at Wessington Primary School

3.  Forest School at Wessington Primary School

4.  Wessington Green Local Nature Reserve

5.  Christ Church

6.  Wessington Parish Council

For more details please contact the Clerk at wessingtonparishcouncil@rocketmail.com 








Community Projects.

Welcome to Wessington Parish Council's Website












Web Hits over 8000!

The Wessington Parish Council Website is now achieving over 500 hits a month. 

If your group or organisation would like to make use of FREE webs pace on this site please contact the Clerk Sally Leighton wessingtonparishcouncil@rocketmail.com


A milk and  eggs vending machine has been installed on The Horse and Jockey Car park for public use.

£1 for half a dozen eggs, 80p 1 litre & £1:30 for 2 litres of Milk.  



Wessington - An extremely low crime area.


The last recorded crime incident for Wessington was in January 2013, when a Landrover windscreen was smashed. For the whole of 2012 there were only nine incidents. The most serious of which were two incidents of theft of a vehicle. Wessington’s recorded crime figures area extremely low. For further information on helping to reduce crime and crime awareness, please see our Neighbourhood Watch page.  
















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