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COFFEE SHOP AT SPORTS PAVILION, RECREATION GROUND
North Baddesley Parish Council is considering installing a Coffee Shop at their sports pavilion. Councillors are looking for someone who is prepared to assist with the initial layout and design of the kiosk in the first instance, with a view to taking on the management of the coffee shop and day-to-day running.
It must be emphasised that alterations to the sports pavilion to install the kiosk have yet to take place but the Parish Council feels it would benefit a prospective manager to be involved in the initial design.
Anyone interested should contact the Clerk, email: email@example.com
Audit of Accounts - 2020-21
I declare that the Audit of Accounts for 2020/21 has been completed.
To view a copy of the completed AGAR 2020-21 and Notice of Conclusion of Audit,
please see Council Documents/Audit.
11th September 2021
Use of Recreation Ground
The football pitches on the pavilion side of the Recreation Ground are undergoing works set out in a 6-year plan of improvements using grant funding from the Football Association and are therefore out of use for the foreseeable future.
There are other areas available but, due to the large number of teams already using the grounds, space is very limited.
All facilities at the Recreation Ground have to be booked, through the Parish Clerk, well in advance.
For more information from Hampshire Councillors' Briefings, Local Government Association Updates, Citizen's Advice and Mind (Andover), please see the "NEWS" section of this website.
Update on Closures and Cancellations as at 25th October 2021
The Sports Pavilion is now open. The MUGA, skatepark, tennis courts and children's playground are open.
From 14th May 2021 all Parish Council meetings will be face-to-face unless Government guidelines state otherwise.
Village Day will be held on 21st May 2022.
North Baddesley covers 794 hectares in the south-east of Test Valley, between Valley Park to the east, and the town of Romsey, to the west, and has a population of approximately 7,000.
The village is the 9th most densely populated ward in Test Valley and the main residential area is in the south-western corner.
The remainder of the ward is dominated by countryside with a few houses and small hamlets.
What does the Parish Council do for the community of North Baddesley?
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