Parish Council News

Devolution & Boundary Review

Devolution & Boundary Review Documents detailing firstly the  and a response to LGBCE's RBC proposals can be found on the ...
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Carework

As you may be aware the Care Industry is looking to recruit people to help out their short staffed businesses ...
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Casual Vacancy

We have a CASUAL VACANCY existing on Whatton parish council and you are invited to apply. As a local councillor ...
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Community News

Rushcliffe Memorial Grant Fund

Rushcliffe Memorial Grant Fund Rushcliffe Borough Council have launched the Covid-19 Memorial Grant Fund to ...
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Free tree scheme returns for Rushcliffe residents!

Rushcliffe residents can make their properties even greener by applying for free trees for a ...
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Platinum Jubilee Celebrations

In 2022, Her Majesty The Queen will celebrate her Platinum Jubilee, seventy years after having ...
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Our Community

This website has been designed as a resource for the community, an aid to improve communication and as a tool to involve local people more in what is happening in the parish. Whatton in the Vale Parish Council aims to serve the needs of the community and works in partnership with other agencies to deliver local services. The Parish Council meet approximately once a month details of meetings and documents can be downloaded from this website.

Whatton Village Church
Whatton village street view

Whatton-in-the-Vale Parish council was formed in 1934 when the population of the parish exceeded 300 residents. We have an establishment of seven parish councillors not representing individual areas but rather the Parish as a whole including all sections and age groups of the parish. If you want to contact the Parish Council you can do so on the contact page of this website.