JPC Office in Forward House, High Street (North)
The Joint Parish Council pursues and implements policies that safeguard and enhance the environment of the town, and promotes business in the Parish. The Council encourages its residents to participate in all matters that affect the town and time is allocated for public participation in all its meetings.
Each year, the Parish Council awards up to 20% of its total income from Council Tax to local charities and voluntary organisations which assists in maintaining that a thriving selection of activities are available for residents and visitors. Major beneficiaries include the Henley War Memorial Trust who oversee a range of sporting and recreational facilities for all ages together with the management of the Memorial Village Hall in the centre of the town. The newly formed community library was formed when the previously County Council managed provision was threatened with closure due to cut backs. Other beneficiaries include the Henley in Bloom Team, who ensure that a vibrant display of flowers and plants deck the High Street during the summer months, and the Christmas lights committee.
Council Election 2015
The next round of elections for Parish Councillors will be held in May 2015. The original date following a four year cycle for parish elections, was brought forward from 2016 due to an electoral review of Parishes in 2012. The elections are administered by Stratford on Avon District Council.
Council Tax Pound
Stratford-on-Avon District Council collects over £75.3m from council tax on behalf of all the authorities shown below. The total amount is then split to provide the services that are part of everyday life.
The latest published income and expenditure of the Beaudesert and Henley-in-Arden Joint Parish Council
Contact the Parish Council
Parish Council Office provides the official contact for anyone who wishes to communicate with the Joint Parish Council. It is also our Administrative Centre that carries out all office activities and co-ordinates the Joint Parish Council’s programme.
Opening times for the public are shown below. There is an answer phone for use out of office hours or for when the clerk is out on other business.
If you have any questions relating to any aspect of the Parish Council’s role, then do please get in touch with the Parish Clerk, Mrs Jenny Walsh, who will do her best to assist you or signpost to other providers who can provide the information/service you require.
Beaudesert & Henley-in-Arden Joint Parish Council
17 High Street
Office opening times: Monday to Thursday – 9am to 3pm. As the parish clerk has to attend meetings from time to time out of the office, you should telephone the office before you visit to check availability.
Tel: 01564 795499
Fax: 01564 795499
COMMENT BY THE PARISH CLERK
Recent articles in local media suggest that you can access the Parish Council information by following a link. Please note that the link does NOT take you to the Council’s official page and the information viewed by the link has not been authenticated by the Council and has been published without its consent. Don’t be fooled by ‘other’ sites that provide links that appear to take you to our own website – they do not and are misleading and inaccurate.
We must stress that information contained from any source other than the Council’s official site cannot be relied upon to be accurate or truthful.
Please let us know if you have been sent either emails purporting to include information from the JPC, or have mistakenly believed information you have received via another website to be genuinely from the Council.
We strongly advise residents who wish to access information to do so using http://www.henley-in-arden-pc.gov.uk, or by contacting the Parish Clerk at Forward House, 17 High Street. Telephone 01564 795499, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The official JPC website is at: http://www.henley-in-arden-pc.gov.uk