Message from the Chairman of Wyre Piddle Parish Council- John Paul

Dear All The last few months have seen an intensive cross-organisational and whole community approach to the Covid-19 pandemic which has brought immediate and challenging circumstances for us all to overcome. I wanted to write to you personally to thank you all for your hard work and dedication during this time, supporting Wyre Piddle residents […]

Worcestershire County Council Update- COVID 19- June 12th 2020

Key Messages As stated previously, 97% of Primary Schools are open for Reception, Year 1 and Year 6 pupils. Up to 60% of eligible pupils attended last week but due to staffing and space constraints, some smaller schools have re-opened on a part time basis. Plans are being finalised for the phased return of pupils […]

Wychavon Parish News update – 12th June 2020

Covid-19 (Coronavirus) update: 12 June 2020 You can keep up to date with all our public messaging by following our social media accounts or checking the coronavirus update page on our website. If you are aware of anyone who is vulnerable and in need, please make sure they fill in the form or call the number […]

Wyre Piddle Parish Council stages its first socially distanced meeting via Zoom

Last night, (28th May), Wyre Piddle Parish Council staged its first socially distanced meeting since the Government lockdown in March. Although getting used to this new technology it was a good meeting and a great deal of business was discussed and agreed. Requirement for Annual General Meetings. Although it is “May” and time for the […]

Wyre Piddle Parish Council Meeting – May 28th via ZOOM

Government Legislation has changed for Parish Councils which came into force on the 4th April 2020 to enable Parish Councils across England to carry out their meetings. The change of legislation was introduced as a measure to support Parish Council during the COVID 19 Pandemic. Parish Councils are now permitted to hold their meetings remotely, […]

Wychavon Email News Update – 15th May 2020

The Prime Minister announced some changes to the lockdown restrictions this week which came into force on Wednesday (13 May). The Government has produced some FAQs on what you can and cannot do to help you understand the changes. Although the infection rate is coming down, the virus has not gone away and we all still […]

Reporting common issues with Wychavon District Council that affect you.

Click on the links below to report common issues that affect you. Environment and animals. Discarded needle or syringe Dog Fouling Graffiti And Fly Posting Japanese knotweed Litter Nuisances (smoke, noise, light, accumulations, dust/odour, insects/flies, bonfires) Over Grown Shrubbery on pathways (Worcestershire County Council) Problem with a litter bin Abandoned Vehicles Fly Tipping Planning Enforcement. Planning Enforcement

Update on Pershore Infrastructure Improvement Scheme – Pinvin Junction

11th May 2020 Pershore Infrastructure Improvement Scheme – Pinvin Junction We are writing to update you about the works on the Pinvin Junction element of the Pershore Infrastructure Improvement Scheme. As we’re sure you’re aware, work is currently suspended on site due to the impact of Covid-19. Further to recent guidance from Transport Minister, Baroness […]

Worcestershire County Council has a website where you can report WCC issues that affect You.

Worcestershire County Council has a website where you can report WCC issues that affect You. CLICK HERE for Worcestershire County Council “Report It” Worcestershire County Council covers: Bridges and Structures; Drainage and Flooding; Grit Bins, Gritting; Improvements to walking Cycling, Bus or Disabled Access; Mud, Oil or Spillage; Other Road or Pavement Issues; Overgrown Shrubbery; […]