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Picture of 'Soberton' village sign on entry to village Picture of housing in Soberton across pond Picture of telephone box, postbox, and village noticeboard in centre of Soberton Picture of "School Hill" road sign and village green Aerial view of Soberton Picture of Soberton church and surrounding grave yard

Welcome to Soberton Parish Council

The Parish of Soberton and Newtown covers approximately 2,400 hectares (9 square miles) and has a total population approaching 1,600. The countryside contains a mixture of agricultural land, down land, forest and water meadows.

The three main villages within the Parish, Soberton, Soberton Heath and Newtown together with the smaller settlements of Grenville Hall, Hoe Gate, Hundred Acres, Woodend and Kingsmead mostly lie in a dispersed linear pattern stretching along the Meon Valley for about 5 miles.

The northern section of the Parish and the Forest of Bere are in the boundaries of the South Downs National Park.

Winchester City Council

To find out more about the services provided by Winchester City Council visit www.winchester.gov.uk

Hampshire County Council

For a whole range of services, from reporting road surface problems, right of ways, renewing library books, waste and recycling to checking school term dates go to the Hampshire County Council website - www.hants.gov.uk


St Clair's Meadow Consultation >
 

Your council

Welcome to the Soberton Parish Council website. We can help you with information about local transport, roads, bridleways and information on local events.

Find out who's who on the Parish Council.

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Events and What's on

Parish Council Meetings 

Full list of 2021 Meetings

Next Action Committee Meeting - Tuesday 21st September at Rookesbury Hall at 7.30pm

 

Village Design Statement

How would you like Soberton and Newtown to look and feel over the next 20 years?  Follow this link for a chance to have your say in this questionnaire.

Recently Updated 

Draft Local Development Plan - Your Place Your Plan
July 2021
St Clair's Meadow

Earlier this month with the agreement of the Trust a film company who uses drones, recorded images of the water meadows in flood. This shows the meanders of the river and the sections that were used for extending the grazing season for sheep by shallow submersion. I attach the link and hope you find it interesting. The Trust have the rights to the images but have agreed that we can share them with friends and supporters locally. 

The link is :  https://youtu.be/sqlq6tO24LE

May 2021

Flooding from Groundwater

Thames Water Winter Campaign

 

Local Plan Consultations

Winchester City Council are preparing a new Local Plan which will have an impact on our area.  They are looking for residents to take part in the Local Plan consultation.  The Parish Council will advertise the interactive online events and details of how to register and attend these consultations will follow very shortly.

30th January 2021

 

Support Information to be considered alongside the printed published (2002) VDS - Hedgerows and Wildlife in the Parish

The role of the Parish Council in the Community

MVCBA Service from the 19th July

New Arrangements for Household Waste Recycling Centres 

Royal British Legion 2021 Programme

Good Neighbours medical transport service

What's on Locally

Where can we go?