Notice of Conclusion of Audit attached along with sections 1,2 and 3 of the Annual Governance & Accountability Return 31st March 2019.

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Download: Conclusion of Audit 2018-19 (4 MB)

Please find attached the results of the Neighbourhood Plan referendum held on Thursday 25th July 2019.

Survey paper attached.

Closing date: 13th September 2019.

St Richard’s Hospice have a free open afternoon on Sunday 13th October 1-4pm where the community can learn more about our services, volunteering and fundraising. Along with tea and cake being served.

Details attached

Harvington Neighbourhood Plan can be viewed by using the following link.

https://www.wychavon.gov.uk/harvington-neighbourhood-plan

 

Wychavon District Council – Small grants between £100 – £500 are available for active organisations in the parish. Closing date August 30th 2019.

Please see information leaflet attached.

Councillor Hodgson, Cabinet Member for Communities helped launch the Community Solutions Fund at the Celebrating Volunteering Event on the 3rd of June 2019. This fund, which totals £145,000, can support  parish & town councils, voluntary and community sector organisations, schools and community groups to address local issues and increase community capacity through projects and initiatives that reflect the priorities of the Corporate Plan and help reduce future demand and costs for the County Council.

Visit the Act Local Website http://www.actlocalworcestershire.org/CommunitySolutionsFund where you will find details of the fund, the criteria and the application form.

All applications to be sent to  communitysolutionsfund@worcestershire.gov.uk  – closing date 5 pm on 8th September 2019.

The Harvington Pastoral Support Network is a village initiative aimed at providing neighbourly support to local residents. The co-ordinators are Wendy and Konrad Monks and the other volunteers in the group are currently Mike Barbour, Annette France, and Sue Bullard. The Rector, Reverend Canon Richard Thorniley, oversees the project.
The purpose of the network is to provide low-key practical and emotional support to residents of the village, or to provide advice about how to access help for more complex needs. Over the last couple of years we have focused on raising awareness of the service through notices in the Village News, the Arch Messenger, and the “Welcome to Harvington”booklet which we produced. This has been effective in that we are quite often approached now by people who would like some help, or residents who have noticed that someone seems to be struggling a bit and who would “just like to let us know”. So, for instance, we
have been able to help with lifts to various appointments, taken people shopping or got provisions in for them if they have been poorly, and undertaken small practical or DIY tasks.
We are also providing friendly visiting for some people who are isolated or have suffered poor health or bereavement. In addition, we have been able to mobilise the very positive community spirit which exists in Harvington to keep a friendly eye on some of the more vulnerable villagers, and, for instance, to alert relatives where necessary.
It has been gratifying to recognise the care and goodwill that characterises the people of Harvington and we hope the project will be able to go from strength to strength. If you would like to speak to the team, or need a copy of the “Welcome” booklet, do please contact us on 01386 870267. E-mail address: harvingtonpsn@gmail.com

Celebrating our 5th Birthday this year, the Harvington Phoenix Ladies Group welcomes all ladies to join us on the 1st Wednesday of every month in the Village Hall at 7.45 pm. Activities include a wide variety of speakers, demonstrations and occasional days out.

Contact Ali (870179) or Wendy (870267) if you have any questions or you just want to find out more.

For details of events planned and further information please see the attached notice.

Governors of the charity invite applications for awards from young people under the age of 25 to assist with expenses in courses of study in further and higher education, apprenticeships and in some cases personal development such as overseas visits.

Application forms available by email: info@williamperkinscharity.org

See attached notice for further details.