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Wellesbourne and Walton Parish Council publishes an Index of Shops and Amenities. This booklet is distributed free of charge throughout the parish; extra copies may be purchased from the Parish Clerk or the Library. Inevitably such a publication is never completely up to date but it is reissued every 2½ years. If the webmaster is made aware of any changes, they appear on the Search Favourites page under Shops.
The 2016 edition (white cover with colour pictures of various locations around Wellesbourne) is on the Parish Council's site at wellesbournepc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/Parish-Text-Pages-2015-FINAL_Layout-1.pdf" (4.6mb). If you didn't receive one, or feel your enterprise should be included in the next one, please let the Clerk know. The Parish Council owns the data and maintain the Index on its site. In the meantime some amenities are listed here below and links will be added where possible. Village amenities include:
- Wellesbourne and Walton Parish Council (Open Spaces, Planning consultation, grants).
The Clerk to the Parish is Mrs Lynda Scriven; the Parish Council Office is at 2 School Road, Wellesbourne, Warwickshire CV35 9NH and is open:
Telephone 01789 841434, Fax 01789 841166
|Monday to Wednesday
||2.00 p.m. to 4.30 p.m.
|Thursday to Friday
||9.15 a.m. to 12.15 p.m.
e-mail: WellesbournePC@BTConnect.com . Parish Council details, including meeting times and agendas, are available on the WWPC website; as of 01 Mar 2016 The Council have a new site, www.wellesbournepc.com . The public are welcome to attend Parish Council Meetings which are normally held in the Methodist Room, Bridge Street, at 7.30 pm on the first Tuesday of each month.
- Local Government
Warwickshire County Council (Education, Police, Fire, Roads, Lights, Footpaths, Refuse Disposal, Social Services, Consumer Protection): www.warwickshire.gov.uk.
Stratford District Council (Council Tax, Public Health, Planning, Noise Control, Refuse Collection, Transport Passes, Housing): www.stratford.gov.uk; severe weather information: www.stratford.gov.uk/winter .
Health Authority: www.warwickshire.nhs.uk;
South Warwickshire Hospitals: www.swft.nhs.uk
Household Waste: www.warwickshire.gov.uk/waste; WCC Depot, Loxley Road CV35 9QZ
Library: Kineton Road CV35 9NF tel/fax. 840528; opening hours were reduced on 1 April 2012: Wellesbourne chose Option A – details are available at www.warwickshire.gov.uk/libraries .
Lighting: Fault reporting form or text 07950 081082 with LIGHTING, village, road, column number and nature of fault up to 160 characters.
Other faults (roads, paths, bridges...): Report It .
Magistrates, Schools: see Index
- Contact Your Politician
I can't get the snazzy box to work on this site, so just click on the link and enter your post code when asked.
Write to them (any level from District right up to European Parliament). See election note below.
As of May 2015, Wellesbourne has been split into two single-member wards. District Councillors are:
||Anne Parry, Cons
||Danny Kendall, Cons
Info on all District Councillors is here on the Stratford DC site. Outgoing Councillor David Johnston's dates are here.
At Parliamentary level there was no change in Wellesbourne and Walton on 7 May 2015:
Jeremy Wright (Cons, Kenilworth and Southam) still represents most of Wellesbourne and Walton;
Nadhim Zahawi (Cons, Stratford-upon-Avon) still represents Hammond and Ramsay Greens.
As of Jan 2015, the 7 Members of the European Parliament for the West Midlands are:
For UKIP, these are web contact pages; for Lab and Con they are actual e-mail addresses. The Writetothem.com link above is usually the best means of contacting our representatives as the postcode focus helps to ensure that the right person is contacted, so they do take more notice.
Immediately after an election, however, as you can imagine, the workload of updating the whole country's representatives means that Writetothem.com takes a while to catch up. At these times individual webmasters such as myself are often in a position to do some research and come up with contact addresses.
- Public and Consumer Protection
Anti-social Behaviour Officer Kully Takhar is our first resort if we want to report any anti-social behaviour in South Warwickshire, and will issue a log sheet in order to record a pattern of events and come up with a plan of action. As such, they are finely focused and individually issued, so will not be made available for general distribution.
Police Contact Details
t - 01789 260123 m - 07973 832075; e - firstname.lastname@example.org
|Some of the officers policing your communities: Inspector Julia Brealey 223435, Sgt 231501 Richard Thomas, PC 231854 James Butler m. 07785 571389, 2 PCSOs: 236060 Martin Sanford m. 07920 021138, Dan Rusher 236264 - see 'Meet the team' link above. Darren Fretwell is now working in another part of the county; Chris Cuthbertson has moved to Thames Valley.
Wellesbourne Police Station closed on 7th October 2011 and the SNT relocated to:
Wellesbourne Safer Neighbour Team, Stratford Police Station, Rother Street, Stratford upon Avon CV37 6RD.
We are working together as Warwickshire Against Domestic Abuse with over 30 other public services and voluntary organisations to tackle the harm caused by domestic abuse. If you or someone you know is affected by emotional, financial, physical or sexual abuse in Warwickshire, Freephone 0800 408 1552 or visit www.talk2someone.org.uk . In an emergency, dial 999.
PLEASE NOTE: Calls from most landlines to the Warwickshire Domestic Abuse Freephone number 0800 408 1552 are free and not itemised on bills. If in doubt, or you are calling from a mobile, please check with your telephone provider.
Tell us what you know, not who you are
The Crimestoppers Charity works in partnership with your local police to solve crime. If you have information about a criminal or a crime, then call us on 0800 555111. We will not ask your name, trace or record your call. We guarantee your anonymity. You may receive a cash reward.
You can get regular updates on crimes happening in the area by e-mailing email@example.com .
Trading Standards Advice Line, Old Budbrooke Road, Warwick CV35 7DP
tel. 01926 414040, Business Adviceline: 01926 414044,
e - firstname.lastname@example.org
w - www.warwickshire.gov.uk/tradingstandards .
Trading Standards were until 2012 part of Consumer Direct, now Citizens Advice:
The Trading Standards Service would like to share with you information on the complaints it receives about scams, rip-offs, and rogue traders. Please feel free to pass on the information to whom ever you feel appropriate. We are keen to alert as many people as possible, for example community groups, charities, neighbourhood watch members, etc. We are happy for this information to appear in community newsletters, parish council magazines etc. In addition, if you think you know of someone else who would benefit from receiving these e-mail alerts, please let me know and I will add them to the e-mail group.
t - 03454 040506, w - www.citizensadvice.org.uk/consumer ,
so if your enquiry is not specific to Warwickshire, you should contact them in the first instance.
WCC's Trading Standards service encourages consumers to check out a database of websites selling genuine products, which has been launched as part of World Anti-Counterfeiting Day, and avoid being taken in by dodgy traders: www.brand-i.org .
If you wish to alert our Service to a scam, you can do so at www.gov.uk/report-suspicious-emails-websites-phishing .
Comprehensive lists of the latest scams and more information on common scams are available at: https://www.gov.uk/search?q=scams and www.warwickshire.gov.uk/scams .
If you run a web site please feel free to link our pages to yours. If you require any further information or you do not wish to receive the e-mail alert in future, please contact me.
Simon Cripwell, Senior Information Officer
Trading Standards Service
Environment and Economy Directorate
Warwickshire County Council
Old Budbrooke Road, Warwick CV35 7DP
t - 01926 414039 m - 07771 975570
e - email@example.com
w - www.warwickshire.gov.uk/tradingstandards
My normal working days are Monday to Thursday.
- Churches and Faiths
|Parish Churches of St Peter, Wellesbourne and St James, Walton (Anglican)
Rev. Kate Mier
|The New Vicarage, Church St, Wellesbourne
CV35 9LS (01789) 840262
Rev. Wendy Biddington
|72 Mountford Close, Wellesbourne
CV35 9QQ (01789) 840953
Rev. Steve Hood
|Roman Catholic Church,
|Fr Sebastian Namattathil
St Francis website
|Anvil House, Southam Street, Kineton
CV35 0LL (01926) 640275
|Methodist Church, Bridge St, Wellesbourne
||Rev. Andy Laird
||Dale Street Methodist Church, Leamington Spa CV32 5HL (01926) 426084
||N & P Khozoui
||9 Hampdon Way, Wellesbourne
CV35 9NX (07748) 981695
Medical Services (Doctors, Dispensary, Health Visitors, District Nurses, Parentcraft Classes, Child Health Clinic)
- Village Facilities
Childcare and Pre-school Groups (Muddy Puddles Toddler Group, St Peter's Little Angels 0s to 5s, St Peter's Tiddlers and Tiny Tiddlers, Wellesbourne and District Childminders' Association)
Emergencies (British Gas, Central Networks, Severn Trent Water, Environment Agency)
Halls for hire (Church Centre, Methodist School Room, Village Hall)
Neighbourhood Watch Scheme
Parish Council Notice Boards
Post Office & Post Boxes
Sheltered Housing for the elderly
- Advisory Services
Citizens' Advice Bureau
Council for Voluntary Services