Please join us in welcoming Cllr Adam Wylie, who has been coopted to the Parish Council.

An Annual Report for the year to March 31st 2021 has been published.

The Parish Council's April meeting has been rearranged again, to 27th April.

There has been much debate between the great and good of local government about what business can and cannot be conducted during the period of national mourning for HRH The Duke of Edinburgh.

Our rearrangement follows new advice from the National Association of Civic Officers (NACO) and National Association of Local Councils (NALC) :

‘there is an official period of mourning for eight days set out in the Government guidance. As a result these days should be excluded for calculation of time and any timescales that end in this period should be postponed until the first day after the period in accordance with section 243 of the Local Government Act 1972. We do not draw a distinction between national and public mourning.’ 

In simple terms, we are required to give 3 clear days' notice of our meeting, and we are unable to give notice of our meeting until the end of the mourning period. 

Our Annual Meeting of the Parish had been planned for the 27th April. The Parish Council will decide at its April meeting whether the Annual Meeting of the Parish should be rescheduled. If you have any views about this, please email the Clerk. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.




HRH The Duke of Edinburgh - Book of Condolence
An online book of condolence can be signed on
An in-person book of condolence will be available at the Village Hall from Monday 12th April to Friday 16th April, from 9.30am - 12 noon and from 5 - 7pm.
To help keep the area Covid safe, please:
• Observe social distancing: only one person in the hall at a time.
• Form a socially distanced queue outside at busy times.
• Wear a face covering in the hall.
• Use your own pen if possible - black ink only.
• If using one of the pens provided, please clean it with a wipe before and after use.
• Do not enter other parts of the Village Hall.
This Book will be lodged at the County Archives as part of Woodborough’s history, with a letter sent to the Palace informing them of the number of people who have contributed.

Please see the latest news from Gedling Police.

2021 SMF footpath 5

Nottinghamshire County Councillor Boyd Elliott joined Woodborough Parish Council Chair Pat Woodfield to open the new permissive footpath in time for the Easter holiday. They were quickly joined by our first local walker and her beautiful dogs! Dogs are welcome on the new footpath but must be kept on a lead.

The footpath can be accessed from Charnwood Way. Please respect the residents’ privacy.

Woodborough Parish Council has agreed the following due to Covid-19 restrictions.

The Annual Meeting of the Parish, scheduled for Tuesday 27th April at 7pm, will go ahead on Zoom but as a Q&A session. Reports will be posted on WPC's website on 20th April and residents are invited to read these in advance so that they can raise issues of interest and concern with the Parish Council.

The Annual Parish Council Meeting - at which the Chairman for the forthcoming year is elected - has been pulled forward to Tuesday May 4th at 7pm. This decision has been taken as, to the best of current knowledge, the facility for remote meetings will end on May 6th.

Arrangements for meetings from June onwards will be reviewed in the light of Covid-19 numbers, and the evolving release from lockdown.

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