The Annual Accounts for the Parish Council for the year to March 31 2021 have been added to the Financial Information section of the website, together with the Notice of Public Rights and Publication of unaudited Annual Governance and Accountability Return (AGAR).
Parish Councillor Vacancy – Copythorne North Ward
Following the resignation of Simon Lucas we are now looking to “Co-Opt” to fill the vacancy.
For more details – Please click here for details
Coronavirus restrictions change from July 19th 2021
On July 12th 2021 Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirmed Step 4 of the government’s easing of covid restrictions will begin on Monday July 19th, asking us all to make cautious and gradual changes to how we behave.
There are rising cases but the review of the latest data, including how many people have had the vaccine, mean that the four tests to lifting restrictions have been met. And, although there is never a perfect time to lift restrictions, the summer gives an opportunity with lower risks, if we all exercise caution and take personal responsibility.
Therefore, on July 19, most legal restrictions will end, removing social distancing and social contact restrictions and enabling remaining businesses to reopen. By then all adults will have been offered a first dose of the vaccine and two-thirds will have had both doses.
For the most up to date information and advice see https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus
For information relating to our monthly Council Meetings
Advisory Committee Meetings
For information (including forthcoming meeting dates) relating to our Finance; Five Year Plan; Flooding; Media & Publicity; and Personal & Governance Advisory Committees.
Non-Native Invasive Plants
Support for vulnerable people in Hampshire can find details of support during the Coronavirus Pandemic
Copythorne Parish Newsletter
Right of Way
New Forest Bike Project CIC
New Forest Bike Project is a social enterprise and registered Community Interest Company (CIC number 10327640) which takes in unwanted bicycles and then repairs, restores and relocates them, supporting local disadvantaged people. Visit website