Public Consultation on plans to create a South Warwickshire Council

The public consultation on the plans to create a South Warwickshire Council started on Monday the 6th September and runs until Sunday 24th October.

Local residents, businesses, Town and Parish Councils, locals groups and organisations and key stakeholders are encouraged to take part and have their say by completing the online questionnaire. 

How to take part:  The consultation document and online questionnaire can be viewed and completed at www.southwarwickshire.org.uk

Questionnaires for completion on paper as well as in different formats, can be requested by emailing swconsultation@stratford-dc.gov.uk or calling 01789 267575.  The paper questionnaires are returned using a FREEPOST address.  

New footpath:

The Parish Council is aware of the vegetation encroaching onto the new footpath.  We are working with Warwickshire County Council about this and will keep you informed about developments.  

Parish Council's objection to self build houses on Taylor's Lane:

The Parish Council's objection to this planning application can be seen on Stratford District Council's planning portal.  

Covid 19 scam warning:

Members of the public are warned to be on the alert for vaccine fraud.  Criminals are tricking people into parting with cash or sharing bank details.  Click here for further details.  

Ready meals with free delivery:

Ready meals with free delivery are available from The Long Table.  Click here for more information.  

Stratford Food Bank

Click here for information about how you can help support Stratford Food Bank.  

Children's services and Adult Social Care

Warwickshire County Council has produced two leaflets with contact details for anyone needing the help of Children's Services.  Please click here for further details.  

Anyone who believes they have unmet needs for Adult Social care and support can find further information here.  

Stratford Food Bank:

The Stratford Food Bank has re-opened at a new location - The Methodist Church, Old Town, Stratford-upon-Avon, CV37 6BG.  Opening hours:

Monday 5.00 - 6.30 pm

Tuesday 12.00 - 2.00 pm

Wednesday closed

Thursday 5.00 - 6.30 pm

Friday 12.00 - 2.00 pm.

Parcels will be distributed from tables in the car park.  Please queue at least two metres apart.  The Food Bank is only for those who cannot pay for food.  It is not available to those who are self isolating, or for any other reason.  

To use the Food Bank you have to seek vouchers from a referral agency.  From Monday 6th April, Quinton Parish Council expects to be able to issue vouchers to Quinton residents.  Some Meon Vale residents are within Quinton parish - your Council tax bill will give you this information.  Referral agency contacts are:

Chairman Quinton Parish Council.  Tel 07588 524 758 between 9 - 5 pm.

Meon Medical Centre  - for Meon Medical Centre patients only.  Tel 01789 720 820.

Rev Ros Greenhalgh Tel 01789 751546.  email revdrosgreenhalgh@gmail.com

Rev Andrew Goy Tel 07554 932 271  email cotswoldpioneer@gmail.com

Quinton Primary School

Free School lunches:

Anyone whose children currently receive free school lunches is invited to apply to Warwickshire Welfare for 6 weeks food support.  Telephone 0800408 1448

CCTV

Quinton Parish Council has installed closed circuit television (cctv) to deter and reduce crime and antisocial activity in the environs of Quinton Village Hall.

Click here for a copy of the policy statement. 

Quinton Parish Council Grant Fund

The Parish Council has a small budget for the award of grants to provide support for voluntary groups or charitable organisations within the parish.  Click here for a copy of the grant application form

Keeping footpaths and bridleways open...

The Parish Council is conducting a survey of all the footpaths and  bridleways in the parish to ensure that  these are kept open and are easy of  access.

If you know of any paths which are obstructed by brambles, overgrown  hedges, overhanging trees or any other  obstacles, please inform the Clerk.  

Ordnance Survey grid references are most helpful in locating the trouble spots, but any detailed description of  the exact location(s) will be welcome.

Speed Aware Volunteers...

...Are you concerned by the speed of traffic in Upper and Lower Quinton?

why not become a Speed Watch Co-ordinator or Volunteer!

For Speed Aware info leaflet click here