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Upper Clatford

The Parish Council

Upper Clatford Parish Council

This is the official web page of Upper Clatford Parish Council.  You will find information about:

  •  Members and Meetings
  • The land we own
  • Sportsfield and Pavilion 
  • MEPs/MP and TVBC Ward Cllrs 

Also on the site, but not owned or controlled by the Parish Council, you will find information on the Village Hall, Village Clubs and local businesses within the parish.

The local government parish of Upper Clatford comprises the communities known locally as Upper Clatford, Anna Valley and Red Rice. The parish is situated south of Andover and is separated from the town by an area designated as a Local Gap through which the River Anton flows. The Upper Clatford element of the parish is in a Conservation area, see the NDP page.

The parish lies within the Test Valley Borough Council domain and our county council is Hampshire County Council. The parliamentary constituency is North West Hampshire and the European constituency is South East England. These details are shown on the sub-page.

The Parish Council meets monthly, normally on the second Wednesday of each month at 7.30 pm in the Village Hall. Councillor details and meeting minutes are available on the sub page. 

The Parish Council has a reporting and commenting interest in planning applications within the parish (see the Planning Tracker to find out what is or has happened in your area), highways, footpaths, trees and open spaces. It is also responsible for two playgrounds, a large playing field and various other land and buildings listed below.  It has a budget made up from the Precept (your contribution paid through TVBC as Council Tax) and income from the Old Chalk Pit, grants and other minor contributions.  The latest audit figures are for FY 2017-18 and the Notice of Public Rights are here

If you wish to contact Upper Clatford Parish Council please contact the Parish Clerk either by email to [email protected] or by phone 07899 640308 .  The email is preferred as the Clerk is employed on a part-time basis and phone calls normally go to answerphone and will be picked up later.