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Thu, 03 Nov 2016 13:52 by Justina Nurse
Did you know that one of the biggest complaints we receive is about dog fouling. There are lots and lots of lovely dogs in Willington and visiting dogs too and the majority of their owners clean up after them. However there are still some who leave dog poo lying around the village.
Did you know that you can put dog poo bags in regular bins too.
The Parish Council have been replacing and putting new bins all around the village but if you think another one could go here or there then please let us know. And don't forget that if you see someone leaving their dog's faeces then please report this to the dog warden at SDDC.
Sat, 22 Oct 2016 10:55 by Justina Nurse
The Parish Council and Willington Bowls Club sign the lease for another 20 years of bowling in Willington. Pictured left to right are Councillor Bill Harding, Tony Davenport Chair of Willington Bowls Club and Councillor Paul Cullen, Vice Chair of Willington Parish Council.
The Bowls Club's current 30 year lease comes to an end in early 2017 and the club have asked the Parish Council, who own the land, if they can renew and continue bowling into the next 20 years. The Parish Council were more than happy to oblige and wish the Bowls Club well. More »
If you are interested in joining the Bowls Club or just want to know a little more then please get in touch with the clerk. » Less
Wed, 19 Oct 2016 14:33 by Justina Nurse
Willington Parish Council would like to establish a footpaths group in the village. The idea of the group would be to look at current footpath issues, look at new footpaths, letting the community know about the footpaths, providing better notices, stiles and publication. All that is required is enthusiasm and a passion for keeping the countryside open to all. Please contact the clerk for more details.