If you wish to contact the Parish Council then please
(Elisabeth Foulston) or call 07760-297779
7th December 2017 - Inspirational evening at the East Hampshire Volunteer Awards read more.
3rd November 2017 - Community Forums to debate hot topics read more.
19th October 2017 - Nominate a local sporting star for an East Hampshire Sports Award! read more.
16th October 2017 - Councils sign up to new way of working together read more.
11th October 2017 - EHDC delivers three hours free parking in December read more.
28th March 2017 - Useful 'Find that Bike' website find out more.
13th March 2016 - Live help makes getting in touch with EHDC even easier read more.
23rd February 2016 - Planning Applications - What information should you provide? read more.
Two well used footpaths have undergone resurfacing around stiles and areas of high footfall, thanks to the co-operation of landowners and a District Councillor grant organised by Nick Drew (East Hants District Councillor).
Two stiles on Footpath 4 (where the ground had been significantly eroded, leaving the stiles awkwardly high) have received tarmac planings at their base, which has raised the ground level and provided much needed grip. Stroud Parish Council is very grateful to Colonel and Mrs Obbard for providing useful handrails, which are also helping walkers access the path.
Planings have been laid on parts of Footpath 703 to keep feet out of the mud. A work party is planned in the near future to spread more planings on wetter areas of this path.
The Parish Council approaches landowners for permission to undertake improvement works to footpaths on their land, and we are all very grateful to landowners whose co-operation and understanding in these matters enables us to do this.
If you have any issues to raise about Rights of Way around Stroud, please contact Ony Rogers on 266929, or via email please .
To report litter on the roads and pavements of the village please contact East Hampshire District Council on 0300 300 0013 or by clicking on this link.
The sun shone very kindly on us on Sunday 2nd April when a record 23 volunteers turned up to collect litter in Stroud. Armed with bin bags, hi-vis vests, and litterpickers kindly lent by The Landscape Group (Idverde UK) for The Great British Spring Clean, we managed to find enough bags of rubbish to fill several large wheelie bins to overflowing.
Coffee and cake were served in the garden afterwards, together with a good catch up with old friends and new. Thank you to everyone who got involved and had a fun morning! Ony Rogers
Stroud Parish Council meet every two months, usually at Langrish School Hall, for a full meeting. The agenda is posted on the village noticeboard as well as on this website. Our elected representatives from East Hampshire District Council and Hampshire County Council are usually present every other month.
Parishioners and members of the public are welcome to attend all meetings and one agenda item allows for 'public comment'.
The date of the next full meeting of the Parish Council, is Tuesday 16th January 2018 at 7.30pm, in Langrish School Hall. The agenda will be posted here three working days before the meeting.
Future meeting dates can be viewed here
The minutes of Parish Council meetings and Planning Committee meetings are available on the Minutes and Documents page of this website.These are in draft form until formally approved.