Welcome to Bishop's Waltham Parish Council

Welcome to our website where you can find a range of information about the Parish Council, including Councillors, Committees, Meetings, Facilities, and Parish Council News.

Bishop’s Waltham is a historic market town with many interesting opportunities to visit and explore, including Bishop’s Waltham Palace (an English Heritage site) containing the Bishop’s Waltham Museum, and a range of interesting walks. This is balanced with a thriving community, based on a successful High Street and a range of interesting groups and organisations.



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Bishop's Waltham Parish Council would like to invite tenders for the supply and installation of two play areas in Bishop's Waltham.

For further information, please contact the Deputy Executive Officer on admin@bishopswaltham-pc.gov.uk

Closing Date for Tenders will be: 6th March 2020 



There are two vacancies on Bishop's Waltham Parish Council caused by the resignation of two Councillors.

A bye-election to fill the vacancies will be held if, within 14 days (not counting a Saturday or Sunday, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, or a Bank Holiday) from the date below, ten electors for the Parish give notice in writing claiming such an election to the Returning Officer.

The address of the Returning Officer is: City Offices, Colebrook Street, Winchester, Hampshire, SO23 9LJ.

If no such notice is given the Parish Council will fill the vacancy by co-option.

Mrs Lindsay Edge, Executive Officer, Bishop's Waltham Parish Council - parishclerk@bishopswaltham-pc.gov.uk




Bishop’s Waltham Parish Council is looking to recruit a Community Support Officer.

This maybe a full time or part-time (37 hours pw maximum) post to provide a patrolling presence in areas of need to improve the wellbeing of local residents by helping to make people feel safer. 

Main responsibilities:

To patrol areas of the Bishop’s Waltham parish by foot, bicycle or vehicle for the purpose of deterring crime and anti-social behaviour. 

To establish trusted relationships with individuals who might have the potential for unsocial behaviour, and with individuals who might feel vulnerable in their homes.

To gather and record evidence of suspicious behaviour, anti-social behaviour and environmental problems.

 To contribute to community safety issues as part of wider Community Services activity and on environmental and crime reduction initiatives. 

To undertake traffic control measures including management and education in certain areas i.e. outside schools. 

The Council is seeking an individual who has the ability to prioritise and organise a busy workload and can communicate effectively with a variety of people.

The ability to work alone and on own initiative and a positive enthusiastic approach are essential.

GCSE or equivalent in English and good numeracy and literacy skills required.

Annual salary will be based on previous experience/qualifications.
For further information and job description please contact:

Mrs Lindsay Edge, Executive Officer, Bishop’s Waltham Parish Council,

Parish Council Office, The Jubilee Hall, Little Shore Lane, Bishop’s Waltham, Hampshire. SO32 1ED

01489 892323


Closing date for applications noon on 2nd March 2020.

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