Weston Turville Parish Council are working on several projects, details of which can be seen below. An Ear Marked Reserve is a pot of money that has been agreed to be spent on a particular project and has been saved or reserved for that purpose.
Jubilee Park and Memorial Playing Field
A number of new facilities have already been installed - children's playground, petanque court, multi use games area, skate park, picnic benches and accessible footpaths. The Parish Council will continue to improve the area for the benefit of residents and wildlife.
Following consultation carried out in January 2023, a table tennis table will be installed and further trees planted. This project is funded through s106 funding.
Provision of a Cafe at the village hall
A new project has been proposed after a number of residents have suggested that the village hall and playing fields would benefit from a cafe. The project is at the very early stages and planning permission will be the first requirement as an extension to the hall will be required. The project, should permission be granted, will be funded by s106 funds.
Electric Vehicle Charging Points
The Council is investigating the possibility of installing electric vehicle charging points in the village hall car park. Funding for this project is currently being sought.
The Glebe Field - Click here to view information on the Glebe Field.
Improvements to the village hall car park
The Council will be widening the entrance to the car park to make it easier for cars to enter/leave the car park during peak times. In order to accommodate the wider entrance, the grass area by the entrance will be removed and tarmacked over and the sign and dog waste bin relocated. The white lining will also be renewed as part of this project. This project will be funded through ear marked reserves.
A new village sign has been installed in Worlds End Lane, near the junction with School Approach.
The design was put in the Weston Turville Times inviting comments and suggestions and the final design depicts the church, war memorial and reservoir (see picture below). An Aylesbury duck also features on the sign as they used to be raised here in the 19th century. This project was funded through ear marked reserves.