January 2019 BRISTOL AIRPORT IS EXPANDING The airport reached 8.5 million passengers per annum (mppa) last year and have a limit of 10 mppa. To give themselves the capacity to grow they have now applied to North Somerset Council to raise the limit to 12mppa. They have submitted a planning application to North Somerset DC […]
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Entries by Paula Shelley
Winford Village Store and Post Office is closing down Public meeting – Monday 10th September You may have heard that Winford Village Store and Post Office is set to close, since it is no longer commercially viable in its present form. Whilst we don’t know when exactly, it is likely to be very soon. If […]
The council approved its accounting and governance statements on 18 June 2018. Electors have certain rights relating to these accounts – please see our finance page (link) for further details.
The Parish Councils Airport Association (PCAA) is considering the possibility of having a website with information about Bristol Airport and its plans for expansion. This wouldn’t be a PCAA website as such but rather a place where residents (and others) can get information not supplied directly by the airport. Do you know anyone with an interest […]
Did you know that Winford Parish Council makes its own compost from residents’ green garden waste? This is available now at the bargain price of £1.25 per bag or even free of charge for lorry and trailer loads taken via a local weighbridge. For more details visit the compost site page.
Winford Parish Council has successfully managed over many years two allotment sites in the villages of Felton and Winford. Normally, these allotments have been oversubscribed. A rare opportunity has arisen where several plots in the Felton St Katharine’s school site have recently become vacant. In addition to these being available to plot holders from the […]
In an emergency call 999 and tell the Emergency Service operator that you have a defibrillator in the village. The operator will advise you whether the patient would benefit from its immediate use, and give you the four digit code to open the cabinet. Go to the green […]