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SENIOR CITIZEN'S AFTERNOON TEA DANCE - FRIDAY 28TH JULY

Our Senior Citizen's Afternoon Tea Dance is back by popular demand and will be held at the Parish Centre on Friday, 28th July. Admission is free to West End residents, although voluntary contributions are welcome. There is a charge of £5 for non-residents wishing to attend this event.


Moorgreen Tennis Court

The tennis court refurbishment in Moorgreen Road is progressing nicely. The court should be playable in approximately 4 or 5 weeks. (week commencing 7th August)


PERIOD FOR THE EXERCISE OF PUBLIC RIGHTS ACCOUNTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31ST MARCH 2017

West End Parish Council’s annual return will be reviewed by an external auditor appointed by the Public Sector Audit Appointments Limited. Any person interested has the right to inspect the accounting records to which the audit relates and all books, deeds, contracts, bills, vouchers and receipts and other documents relating to those records or documents.


Calling All Keen Gardeners - Allotment Availability

West End Parish Council now have a few allotment plots available to West End residents.


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Welcome to West End Parish Council website which will provide you with information about the parish and many other aspects of the village. It is hoped that you will find all information required, if not please check out our contact page.

 

West End is approximately 5 miles east of Southampton.  This once tiny hamlet has grown considerably over the years, partly due to the M27 opening in 1978 which improved travel times across the south and thus created a need for additional housing.  In spite of this increase in size, West End retains its village feel.

 

The village of West End was originally based around agriculture and market gardening, although much of this industry has been lost to development.  The paper mill on the River Itchen, Gaters Mill, although now part of Southampton, is seen as the gateway to West End village.  There are records of mills on this site since the 13th century.

 

The 30 acres of parkland at Hatch Grange was purchased by the Parish Council in 1938 for the benefit of residents.  Part of Hatch Grange is a Site of Importance for Nature Conservation (SINC) area.  Hatch Grange is maintained by the Parish Council with the help of volunteers from Friends of Hatch Grange, a group dedicated to preserving and improving this important area. 

 

There are many other open spaces in West End which are owned and maintained by the Parish Council, including Moorgreen Recreation Ground and Barnsland.  The Parish Council has also recently taken on responsibility for Chartwell Green, Chartwell Copse, Quob Green and West End Copse.