COVID-19 – useful links:
- The latest government guidance
- North Somerset Council services
- Download a PDF to see how Wrington Community Resilience can help during this time.
- The Parish Council office is closed to the public but you can still contact us.
Welcome to Wrington Parish Council
The parish includes the villages of Wrington and Redhill, together with a large area of countryside, a number of widely dispersed rural households and Bristol Airport.
More general information about Wrington and Redhill is available on the Wrington village website, with our intention to provide Council-related information here.
For information on road works and closures see the one.network website.
News & Notices
New Planning Applications – the Parish Council will shortly be considering the applications below. If you would like to let us have your views or tell us about any issues please do so via email or in writing (see Contact Us) by noon on Tuesday 10 August.
- 21/P/1651/HHPA – 4 Hailstone Cottages, Red Hill, Redhill, Bristol,
Single storey rear extension (to consider amended plans submitted to NSC).
- 21/P/1933/FUL – Oakhurst, Ropers Lane, Wrington, BS40 5NQ
New dwelling following demolition of existing garage.
- 21/P/2072/FUH – Wrington Cottage, School Road, Wrington, BS40 5NA
Replacement of 4 metal window frames with timber frames.
- 21/P/2114/LDE – Land to the rear of Homeleas/The Gables, Downside Road, Backwell, BS48 3DZ
Certificate of Lawfulness for the erection of 3 buildings and change of use of the land to a mixed use of general industrial and storage.
Have your say on proposals to change the A38 – The Department for Transport and Somerset County Council are consulting on a series of proposed changes along the A38 for road users including those who cycle, walk and use bus services. The consultation closes on 1 August. See here for more information.
North Somerset Council are consulting on their recycling and waste strategy and you have until 18 August to complete their questionnaire.
The Council’s Annual Return for the financial year ended 31 March 2021 is available for inspection until 26 July. For further information see:- the Notice of Public Rights & Publication of Unaudited Annual Governance & Accountability Return, Notes on the public’s legal rights, the Annual Governance Statement and the Accounting Statements (PDF).
Concerned about crime? Don’t forget you can report crime anonymously to CrimeStoppers on 0800 555111.
Youth Clubs in Wrington – ‘Youth Club on Wheels’ runs every Thursday, 4.00pm-5.30pm, at The Rec. For more information please click on the link above or contact Shea Stew, Young Bristol Mobile Provision Lead, on 07514 793803 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The YMCA are still running the Youth Club at Barley Wood on Tuesdays. Please pass this information on to any young people who might be interested.
Wrington and Climate Change – The Council has adopted a climate change strategy and action plan (PDF). You might also be interested in Local Councils’ powers to address or reduced climate change (PDF).
Bristol Airport expansion – Bristol Airport has appealed against North Somerset Council’s refusal of the planning application to grow to 12 million passengers a year. North Somerset Council have set up a web page where you can find out the latest news on the airport’s appeal.
Your Village Agents are still here to help providing assistance, advice, signposting and weekly phone calls if required. Please contact Sue Badger on 07974 983042.
Parish Council vacancies – If you are interested in becoming a Councillor please contact us. This is an opportunity for you to represent your community and help shape it. All vacancies can be filled by co-option.
Somerset Bereavement Support Service is here if you’ve been bereaved and need emotional support or someone to talk to. Somerset Public Health, MIND, and Marie Curie have joined together to offer this free service. For further information please download this PDF on Somerset Bereavement Support Services.
Age UK – for information on Age UK’s current services for older people in North Somerset please download this PDF. Please pass this information onto anyone who might find it of use.
If you notice faulty streetlights please let us know. Please quote the identification code (usually beginning with ‘C’) on the column/pole or the number/name of the nearest house.