Welcome to the website of Yatton Parish Council.
Come and hear Chris
Sperring MBE talk about the work of the Hawk and Owl Trust at the Annual Parish
Meeting of the parish of Yatton on Monday 31 March at 7 p.m. in Hangstones
pavilion, Stowey Road, Yatton BS49 4HS. All welcome (he may bring an owl). Chris is Conservation Officer for the Hawk and Owl Trust and an experienced naturalist and broadcaster.
The main work on resurfacing High Street, Yatton, starts on Sunday 9 March, There will be closures of part of the High Street each night from Sunday to Thursday during March, from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. Access will still be possible but please follow the directions of the marshals for your own safety. Note that in the week beginning Sunday 9 March access over the railway bridge during closure periods will be particularly difficult. Details of the closures are here.
Could you be a parish
councillor? There is a vacancy for a councillor on Yatton Parish Council which
the Parish Council will fill by co-option. If you are interested please
complete and return the questionnaire here. There is more about the
Parish Council everywhere on this website especially here or you are welcome to speak to the Clerk or a councillor to find out more. The deadline for
expressions of interest is noon on Friday 14 March.
Next meeting of Yatton Parish Council, Monday 10 March, 7.30 p.m., Hangstones, agenda here.
Next meeting of the Planning Committee, Monday 17 March, 7 p.m., Hangstones, agenda here.
One are looking for people who live in interesting homes in Yatton and the
surrounding areas and would be happy to try a home swap holiday for a new TV
you live in an interesting home you’d be happy to swap with someone elsewhere
in the UK for a short break? If so then get in touch now. For
an application form please email Kieran.email@example.com
with your contact details. More information here.
Application by Bloor Homes for outline permission for residential development off Arnolds Way, Yatton: you can view the application and other documents on North Somerset Council's website here and a hard copy is available to view in the Parish Council office in Yatton Library.
The new zebra crossing on High Street, Yatton, by Barberry Farm Road, paid for by Yatton Parish Council, is now operational.
Age UK Somerset are running Tai Chi sessions at Hangstones, Wednesdays 2.30-3.30 p.m. £4 per session,.more details here.
Resources relating to flooding can be seen here.
Dates of mobile beat surgeries and other information from Avon & Somerset Police here.
Yeo Vale Medical Practice newsletter here.
Healthwatch North Somerset newsletter here.
NHS North Somerset Clinical Commissioning Group newsletter here.
Latest issue of Senior Siren here.
There are four automated external defibrillators in Yatton and Claverham:
one next to Pages Court shopping precinct, between NatWest Bank and the High Street
one at Mendip Road surgery
one at Claverham Village Hall
one at Yatton Rugby Club, North End Road
The Parish Council is grateful to all residents and businesses who contributed, especially Yatton Masonic Lodge of Agriculture, Yatton & District Rotary Club and Yeo Valley Lions, and Great Western Ambulance Service who provided the defibrillator at Yatton Rugby Club. The defibrillators are available for use by anyone in an emergency, ring 999 for instructions,
Be prepared for a power cut, details here. And if you are vulnerable for any reason you can join Western Power Distribution's Priority Service Register, email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0845 724 0240
North Somerset Council has produced a simple checklist for building projects, copy here.
If you send a comment on a planning application to North Somerset Council it would be helpful if you could also send a copy to the Parish Council as North Somerset Council does not routinely forward comments to us. While we do check comments on the North Somerset Council website there is sometimes a delay before comments appear on the website.
North Somerset Warm Families offer free energy advice to families in North Somerset with children under 18, helping to lower fuel bills and make homes feel warmer. Call us free on 0800 512 012 and quote North Somerset Warm Families, or email email@example.com.
YATTON PARISH COUNCIL
Yatton Parish Council provides services to people living in, working in and visiting Yatton and Claverham. This website aims to provide as much information as we can about the Parish Council. The Parish Council is committed to making information about the Parish Council widely available. You can see a copy of our Freedom of Information Publication Scheme here.
To find more information about Yatton Parish Council, including details of councillors and committees and minutes and agendas of meetings, click on 'Council' on the green bar at the top of any page. There is some general information here and a calendar of meetings here.
If you click on 'Local Information' on the green bar at the top of any page you will find some information about the villages, and about local clubs, organisations and activities.
If you cannot find what you are looking for please contact us and we will do our best to help. Please let us know if you have any suggestions for improving this website.
The Parish Office is in Yatton Library, High Street, Yatton BS49 4HJ. It is open to the public on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 10 to 12.30. There is parking for people with a disability at the back of the Library, the Library has an automatic front door and there is full wheelchair access to the Library foyer.
Most meetings of the Parish Council and its committees are held at Hangstones Pavilion, Stowey Road, Yatton BS49 4HS. There is parking for people with a disability and a ramp to the front door.
Please contact us for details of the following services, including fees:
Crispin Taylor, MILCM
Clerk to Yatton Parish Council