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Welcome to our website where you will find information about your Parish Council and village.

In the Council Information section you can find out about the activities of your parish council.

The Community Information section gives details of West Moors clubs, societies, churches, schools, sports and voluntary organisations .

West Moors Parish Council are pleased to provide this service to local organisations free of charge so please make sure your organisation is featured with up to date information.

 

INFORMATION & NEWS . . . FROM YOUR PARISH COUNCIL


   WEST MOORS MULTI ACTIVITY DAY (MAD) - Saturday 1st July from 11am to 3pm
West Moors Parish Council are very excited to invite you to attend a fun packed FREE Multi Activity Day on Fryer Field on Saturday 1st July at 11am till 3pm.

The main attractions will be  a climbing wall, from 11.30am to 1.30pm, face painting, outdoor activities provided by Moors Valley Health and Leisure Team, football challenges compliments of JSC, tennis coaching with Dorset Tennis Academy, Brass Band and other musical entertainment, a novelty dog show, nail art and many more stalls. There will be a sizzling sausage van but please bring along your own picnic.
All proceeds will go towards the development of the Fryer Field facilities, primarily the children's play area.
The event has been designed to promote health and fitness while having fun at the same time.
A raffle with lots of great prizes has been organised and tickets are available at the parish office now or can be purchased on the day of the event. 
Please don't be MAD and miss out! Come along and join us and if you can volunteer any of your time on the day to help make the event a success, we are looking for people to help with car park marshalling, litter picking and/or general assistance, any time you could give could be much appreciated.
For more information, please see posters in the village or contact the parish council office on 01202 861044.
There will also be a programme distributed in the second week in June across the village detailing the whole event. 


  West Moors Parish Council Winner for Jean Ware (formerly Legacy) Award 2016/17

On Thursday 16th December 2016 prior to the parish council meeting, Callum Crockard aged 16, gratefully and humbly received the 2016/17 Jean Ware (former Legacy) Award. The Chairman of the Council, Cllr Penny Yeo, presented Callum with an engraved glass trophy which he will keep indefinitely to remind him of his achievements. Callum will also be able to claim up to £1,000 to help his progression in his chosen sport. The purpose of The Jean Ware Award is to recognise an exemplary young person that needs extra help to reach their ambition, which encourages good competition, consequently bringing the excellence of our young people to the forefront.
The winning applicant is assessed not just on performance, but on their application and the mental strength that’s required to go on and be the top of the field that they participate in. Callum is currently studying for his GCSE’s for which he is on course for achieving A - A*.
His passion is devoting his time to coach football to young children locally. Callum was recognised at the early age of 7 by Southampton, AFC Bournemouth and Portsmouth football clubs but took roots with AFCB for 6 years learning invaluable understanding of the game. He transferred this knowledge to Brockenhurst FC before focusing on his studies.
For 2 years he has been volunteering with Grange Athletic FC where he has progressed from coaching U10’s to managing all football aspects from training to match day working with U12’s and younger.
Callum’s ultimate goal is to become the world’s most successful professional football manager. He admits this seems like a big dream, but believes that the discipline, drive, determination and dedication he applies, will take him there.
This award will financially support Callum to obtain the necessary qualifications and equipment to further his career, but also assist in providing the local community with his skills and be a shining example to the young ones he coaches. West Moors Parish Council hold the same belief in Callum that he holds in himself and such confidence will only bring his dream closer and no doubt bring pride to all that know him.

The parish council will be inviting applications for the Jean Ware Award from May 2017 with Friday 24th November being the closing date.
If you know of an aspiring young person please contact the parish office on 01202 861044, visit our website at
http://www.westmoors-pc.gov.uk
or email
westmoorsparish@btconnect.com for an application form.


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  Parish Council Introduce Apprentice/Vocational Training Grant Scheme for young people in the village
West Moors Parish Council are constantly looking for new ways to help young people reach their full potential and have introduced an Apprentice and Vocational Training Grant Scheme. In recognition of the difficulties often faced by young people entering into apprenticeships or vocational training schemes, particularly in terms of costs incurred during that training the parish council is pleased to introduce this scheme to support young people aged 16 to 20 years to assist them with purchase of related tools or equipment essential to their training
For more see . . . HERE
If you know of anyone who may benefit from the grant scheme the application form and criteria information is available to download. 

 

Download Jean Ware Award Application Form for 2017 here

Download Jean Ware Award Rule Book for 2017 here

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