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Welcome to the website for Winchfield Parish Council



The public consultation on proposed Affordable Rural Housing in Winchfield ran from Monday 20th February to Sunday 5th March. More information can be found here: 


The Winchfield Neighbourhood Plan Regulation 14 public consultation ended on 12 December.

Information on the draft Plan can be found here:

Neighbourhood Plan Revision 2023  



News and Events

Road Closures - New Water Main 

The Hurst will be reopened by Saturday 15 March to accommodate the half marathon on Sunday 25 March. The road will be closed again on Monday 26 March for approximately three days to complete the connection of the new water main at Taplins Farm.  

Voter ID

The UK Government has introduced a requirement for voters to show photo ID when voting at a polling station at some elections. This new requirement will apply for the first time in England at the local elections on Thursday 4 May 2023. Have a look at The Electoral Commission website for the full details: Voter ID | Electoral Commission


Details on the latest road closures and road works

Footpath 9 Closure - 18 January to 23 June 2023


Flood Risk Management Guidance for Landowners - guidance from Hampshire County Council for landowners on their rights and responsibilities for maintaining watercourses on or adjacent to their land, to help reduce flood risk to their own and surrounding land. 


To see the statistics gathered by our Speed Indicator Device, check our dedicated page.

Litter Pick

Litter Picks are normally held twice a year and the last one was held on Sunday, 27 November 2022.  Twenty seven people volunteered and around 35 bags of litter plus sundry other larger items were collected.  Afterwards everyone enjoyed bacon baps and a catch-up in the village hall! The next litter pick will be held on Sunday 2 April 2023.  For further information, please email


Defibrillators are installed at the Barley Mow pub and at the Village Hall.    

In an emergency always dial 999 first. The ambulance service will be aware that the village has defibrillators and they can provide support over the telephone before an ambulance arrives. Both the defibrillators are in locked cabinets and the ambulance service will be able to advise on how to gain access.

So you know how to use a defibrillator in an emergency? Watch this short video to find out how:

Would you like to know more about giving CPR? Watch this short video: Learn CPR in 15 minutes | RevivR | BHF - BHF

Reporting Non Emergency crimes, issues and incidents

If you have a non emergency crime, issue or incident to report to the police please use the online reporting system. 

Please see the Police Reporting Guide for help with who to contact: 

Contact Us

Please get in touch: 

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