Financial Documents

Leaf Clearance

Our leaf clearance programme is well underway!

Find out when your area will be done here and download the excel spreadsheet

Please complete the Clean my Street form to report an issue such as: street sweeping, leaf clearance, litter, graffiti, dog fouling, damaged litter/dog waste bin, overflowing litter/dog waste bin, dead animal, glass on street, syringe on street, spilt waste.

Please do not use this form to report a Fly Tip – there is a separate form for this here.

Please complete the Shrub, Hedge & Grass Maintenance form to report overgrown grass, hedges or shrubs. Please note, we are not responsible for hedges and shrubs in gardens or private boundaries.

We do not cut hedges during the bird nesting period from March to the end of June, unless there is a real safety risk such as an obstruction to the highway or road junction sight lines.

Anti-Social Behaviour Questionnaire

Follow this PDF link or Word Doc link to complete the questionnaire

Proposed New 25 Hectare Local Nature Reserve

Follow this link to find out more

Hitting the Cold Spots

Helping you stay warm

Helping Biodiversity In Badger Farm

Follow this link to find out more

Report a Road Problem

Follow this link to visit Winchester City Council page to report a pothole, abandoned vehicle, faulty streetlight?

Hedge cutting

If you need to report any overgrown hedges or greenery beside paths
which need to be cut then please contact WCC online using the following email address: yourwinchester@winchester.gov.uk

Gemma explains why it is so important that dog owners are responsible and clear up after their dogs. Dog poo can be dangerous to anyone but particularly to children so it is important we are prepared and responsible on dog walks.
Girl Taking Photos
Girl Taking Photos

Badger Farm Parish Council Photography Competition 2022

Details and the terms and conditions can be found here


Welcome to Badger Farm Parish Council website!

B.F.P.C. currently has eight councillors who volunteer their time to help the local community. All councillors give their time for free and they do not claim any expenses for their work.

We keep in touch with local people through our quarterly article in the Community News, our twice yearly parish magazine, the Badger Bugle, our noticeboards, our website and through social media.

Badger Farm Parish Council feedback residents’ views on local planning applications to W.C.C. We are committed to ensuring the Badger Farm’s position of being without permitted development rights is upheld by W.C.C.

This has ensured that as Badger Farm has matured and expanded, that the initial vision of the estate architects to have houses that hug the hillside and blend in with the countryside are maintained.

A lot of thought was put into making sure Badger Farm wasn’t visible on the hill from central Winchester. 
We aim to keep it that way. You can find out more about planning on our dedicated webpage.
https://www.badgerfarm-pc.gov.uk/planning

We have lots of wildlife to admire and care for too. You will have seen the cows up on Whiteshute Ridge.
These are looked after jointly by Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust and W.C.C.

Please report any concerns regarding the welfare of the cattle or maintenance of Whiteshute Ridge to W.C.C.

We will be adding more information on local wildlife to a dedicated webpage and would be pleased to receive any of your photographs for the page.

You are also encouraged to contact us with ideas on how B.F.P.C., can do its bit to tackle climate change.

Residents are encouraged to come along and see the council in action.

The council does not take a political stand but strives to work with the community for the common good. Parish council meetings are held at 7.30 p.m. on the second Monday of each month (except August), in the Bushfield Room at Badger Farm Community Centre.

Badger Farm is a beautiful place to live, incredibly green, but just outside Winchester. Keeping all the lovely green areas well maintained is the responsibility of W.C.C., but B.F.P.C. does fund extra work on areas that residents highlight as looking unkempt.

If you have any ideas about areas that could benefit from one of our funded ‘tidy up’ projects do get in touch and let us know.

B.F.P.C. funds and maintains your two lovely local playgrounds, and looks after the park benches and noticeboards etc. We also give grants to groups that run community projects for the parish.

If you have an idea do get in touch. The applications close on 1st September each year.

There is always a slot on the agenda for members of the public to address council to raise any issues you would like council to consider. These interactions with the public are vital in order to ensure we are a parish council that delivers what local residents want.

Nothing replaces face to face contact though, so please visit the councillors page and get to know your local councillors. https://www.badgerfarm-pc.gov.uk/councillors/

Please do come along and get involved!

Agendas and Minutes

For the latest Agendas and Minutes please follow this link

Meetings Schedule

Find out when the next meeting is, please follow this link

Councillors

Who are our Parish Councillors, please follow this link to find out

Recreation

Find out what’s available please follow this link

GP Surgery

What are the opening times? Please follow this link to find out more

Social Media

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