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To Woughton Community Council
Woughton Community Council is the council closest to the residents in the parish of Woughton. The Community Council is here to support residents by representing their views on issues affecting them. We provide environmental and community facilities. On our website you will find information about Woughton Community Council’s services, as well as news about upcoming events and projects.
You can also get information at our office, based in the Local Centre on Coffee Hall. We are open each weekday between 10am – 3 pm (except Wednesdays, when we are closed). We will be looking at opening on one evening a week and at the weekends as restrictions ease further.
More details on our ‘Contact Us’ page.
YOU CAN ACCESS OFFICERS, DOG BAGS, INFORMATION, ETC. VIA THE COMMUNITY FRIDGE, WHICH IS OPEN TUES AND THURS BETWEEN 10AM – 2PM
WOUGHTON SUMMER OF FUN (AND FREE LUNCHES)
As part of the city wide ‘Summer of Fun’, here in Woughton we will have our usual range of activities, plus some new and exciting things – you can click HERE to download a full leaflet with details of everything locally.
If you would like to book FREE lunches for your children, please complete the form below (this needs to be done by noon on Friday of the week before, so you will need to complete each week you want lunches).
Any queries, contact Gemma on 07983 599279
Annual Governance Statement and Reporting
Following the Extraordinary Full Council Meeting that took place on 22nd June, we have now published our ‘Notification of Public Rights’ (you can find that HERE) alongside the budget and the Annual Return that will follow.
Any queries, please do let us know.
Annual Service Plan
Each year, we create a plan that determines the activities and actions that we aim to achieve. The plan runs from April to March (the financial year for us) and includes a whole range of things that help the council do what we are set up to do – help local people make Woughton great. The plan for the coming year was agreed and ratified at Full Council in January and covers the period from April 2021 – March 2022
You can find the plan at https://www.woughtoncommunitycouncil.gov.uk/services/the-annual-service-plan/
MK Council update on recycling (Green bin) collections:
MK Council will be suspending green bin collection again as of Monday 26th July 2021, due to the impact of isolating staff members. This helps ensure that black bags and recycling can be managed.
We hope that this will be a short term problem that can be resolved as quickly as possible and will keep you updated.
We ask you to share this information as widely as possible with networks, residents, friends and neighbours to ensure that everyone is aware, particularly those who do not have access to the internet. This may help with sharing the information more widely.
A media release will be issued shortly, the website will be updated and there will be regular social media posts to keep residents updated.
Thank you again to all residents for your patience in these unprecedented times.
All the best
With the new ‘lockdown’, there is a lot of change and news happening each and every day. Whilst we will keep our main coronavirus page updated, we will also add any recent developments here on the homepage.
NEW ideas for keeping busy
All our ideas are within our Coronavirus support pages, with activity ideas at
Settled Status Support
For information about Covid-19 (known as coronavirus) and the steps that Woughton Community Council are taking, click HERE
Following advice from Central Government and in line with safety precautions, as from 17th March 2020 the following actions have been taken to protect local residents and staff and help reduce the impact of the virus:
- Our buildings (Hub, No 95, all community centres) closed with immediate effect.
- All public facing services (advice, wellbeing, youth, Community Fridge, Community Café) stopped operating any public access sessions . Services will remain accessible via email, phone and Skype, where suitable.
- All meetings with external partners are postponed or will take place online
This is clearly a difficult time and these decisions have not been taken lightly. We have to protect our staff, our councillors, our residents and those we come into contact with. Whilst many of us don’t fall within the ’high risk’ categories, many of us do and the need to protect everyone is paramount.
For further information about sources of support, click HERE
And for details of resources that might be useful during this period, click HERE
We have also published resources that can help talk about the situation, click HERE
*NEW* Gazette (and previous copies!)
You can check out the Winter edition of the Gazette, which includes information about the Priorities and Budget consultation, Remembrance Day, a review of the year and loads of other stuff from around the parish.
You can also still look at previous editions of ‘My Woughton Gazette’, going back to 2015 (and a few from even earlier).
PLEASE NOTE THESE ARE CURRENTLY SUSPENDED
You can find details of our Ward Councillor surgeries by clicking HERE
As part of our governance and to make sure that we are compliant with all the laws and rules around local councils, each year we provide an ‘Annual Governance and Accountability Return’ (sometimes known as an AGAR) to external auditors. Local electors have a right to see this return and, if requested, to see our accounts, etc..
You can find our annual returns for the past year HERE
If you have any questions or queries, please don’t hesitate to contact us