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Wooburn & Bourne End Parish Council
Welcome to the newly upgraded Wooburn and Bourne End Parish Council website. Please note that the necessary move from our historical WDC-hosted website was delayed by the current Lockdown and we are still working on several areas which need to be updated or completed
Corona virus – please follow the link below for latest advice and information
To comply with Government advice on social distancing and non-essential journeys, the
Parish Council offices are closed until further notice.
The Cemetery has now re-opened for visitors, however Social distancing rules must be adhered to.
Council meetings - We are planning to hold a virtual Council meeting by Zoom which the public can attend. More details will be published nearer the time.
Annual Parish Meeting - The annual Parish meeting has been postponed until social distancing rules allow. In the meantime an Annual report is under preparation which will be published as soon as possible.
Neighbourhood Development Plan
Prior to the implementation of the social distancing “lock down” we had planned to start a formal process of local consultation on the latest draft of the Neighbourhood Development Plan (NDP) and had sent out a leaflet to notify residents of this. It appears that the leaflet has only just been delivered and is causing some confusion for which we apologise. Due to the current "lock down" we are unable to comply with a condition of the process - we are therefore continuing with the consultation on an informal basis... All comments will be reviewed and if they should result in any changes these will be incorporated in a Fourth Draft which will become the pre-submission draft to the Planning Authority. We encourage Residents to read the draft NDP which can be found on the webpage tab above.
Parish Council – ongoing operations and activities
Please note that we continue to be contactable by telephone and email :
Telephone: 01628 522827
Sapper’s field sinkhole
The field is closed to the public as a sinkhole appeared on 29th February 2020 which quickly grew to a diameter of 60 feet by 140 feet deep. We are seeking expert advice to survey the sink hole to advise options to mitigate the dangers and to survey the whole field and as there is a risk there may be others. In the meantime, we would ask the Public to respect the signs and stay out of the field as we do not know if the sinkhole is stable or whether other parts of the field are safe.