Haswell in Bloom
Big Spring Clean
Join us tomorrow – Saturday 18th March – for the Big Spring Clean – 10.00am – 12.00am
Meet us at the Parish Car Park at 10.00am . All equipment will be provided.
Haswell Neighbourhood Plan – We need your help to plan the future of our parish!
We need your help to plan the future of our parish!
We are seeking your views on what issues should be covered in the Neighbourhood Plan. Neighbourhood plans enable people living and working in an area to guide where and how future development happens.
Plans are prepared by the local community through their parish council, rather than by Durham County Council. The parish council will
manage the job of writing the plan, but everything that is included will be based on what you tell us is important to you.
We want to know:
• What do you think is good about living or working in Haswell Parish?
• What do you think is bad about living or working in Haswell Parish?
• What kind of development do you think is needed in Haswell Parish?
• What do you think needs to be protected / enhanced in Haswell Parish?
• Any other comments you would like to make about important issues and opportunities in the
You can give your comments in the following ways:
- Complete the short online survey available https://forms.gle/xsynZD7qerBXsdCJ7
- Send an email to email@example.com.
- Write a letter and post it to us at Haswell Parish Council, Giant Steps Nursery, Church Street,
Haswell, DH6 2DZ.
We need your comments by 15 March 2023
There will be further opportunities to input to the preparation of our neighbourhood plan over the
Haswell Neighbourhood Plan – Drop In Consultation Event 6th March 5pm – 8pm
‘Scare’ – Crow Competition
Congratulations to the winner of the Most Creative ‘Scare’ – Crow . Your cash prize will be delivered to you soon.
It was a beautiful Service of Remembrance at St Pauls Church yesterday followed by the lighting up of the church.
2021/22 Annual Governance
Haswell Parish Council are pleased to publish the following documents as part of their annual returns and open transparency.
Please click either link to download the documentation
Exercise of Public Rights Notice
Annual Governance Statement, Accounting Statements and Internal Audit Report 2021/2022
Please note, the accounting statement is as yet unaudited.
2018 The Haswells Scarecrow Festival
MAP OF 2018 SCARECROW FESTIVAL ENTRIES
Here is the full list of the entries into the first ever The Haswells Scarecrow Festival, including a map of each location. Thank you to all 49 entries!
Winners will be announced at the Celebration Event on Sunday 16th September at Giant Steps Nursery, Church Street, Haswell from 5.30pm. As well as prizes, there will also be a giant inflatable slide, gladiator dual, BBQ, refreshments and stalls.
DOWNLOAD THE MAP HERE – https://haswell.parish.durham.gov.uk/…/2018-The-Haswells-Sca…
2018 Durham Miners Gala
Haswell Parish Council are delighted to announce plans for this year’s Haswell Banner Parade and the visit to the 2018 Durham Miners’ Gala.
Building on the success of last year’s inaugural parade, once again there will be a parade through Haswell & Haswell Plough and a FREE BUS for residents of The Haswells to be part of the Haswell Parade at the 2018 Durham Miners’ Gala. If you don’t live in Haswell or Haswell Plough but would like to be part of the Haswell Parade with your family/friends in the village, it is £3.00 per seat.
This year will also see our parade led by the brilliant NORTHERN MONKEY BRASS BAND throughout The Haswells and at the Gala. Why not have a look at some of their highlights HERE
We are also looking for 6 people (2 Pole Carriers & 4 Rope Carriers) to lead the parade with the Haswell Banner.
To book your FREE RETURN TRANSPORT or register your interest as a banner man or woman for the parade please contact us either by calling Cllr. Olwen Gray on 07856 468641 or email firstname.lastname@example.org