Services that the Parish Council Provide
- Badger Farm Parish Council
- Winchester City Council
- Hampshire County Council
Together we cover all aspects of local government services.
Badger Farm Parish Council:
Operates at a level closest to people homes. We can help on a number of local issues, providing for example:
- Public clocks
- Bus shelters
- Community centres
- Play areas and play equipment
- Grants to help local organisations
- Consultation on neighbourhood planning
The Parish Council is made up of 7 councillors and is elected every four years.
The MP for Winchester and Chandlers Ford is currently Steve Brine
You can email him or call 0207 219 7189 (London), 01962 791110 (constituency).
He has a constituency ‘shop’ at 9 Stockbridge Road.
Parish councils are the oldest form of civil government in England.
They are the successors of the earlier Church Parish Councils (which now exist as Parochial Church Councils).
Council meetings are held every month at Badger Farm Community Centre.
Residents are invited to attend and can ask questions or raise concerns at the beginning of the meeting.
There is an Annual Parish Assembly each year which residents are encouraged to attend.
Please contact the Clerk if you wish to receive agendas and papers for any of our meetings.
Is responsible for services like:
- Rubbish collection
- Council Tax collections
- Planning applications
The elected representatives for the Badger Farm & Olivers Battery Ward are:
Are responsible for services across the whole of a county, for example:
- Fire and public safety
- Social care
- Waste management
- Trading standards
Cllr Jan Warwick is also the elected representative for the Winchester Downlands Division and can be contacted at Jan.Warwick@hants.gov.uk