What's on in Buriton

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Film - The-Lost-King

In 2012, having been lost for over 500 years, the remains of King Richard III were discovered beneath a carpark in Leicester.

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Melanie Oxley talk

Evening talk in the village hall

Buriton Parish Council normally meets every alternate month throughout the year with meetings taking place in the Upper Hall, Buriton Village Hall, starting at 7pm. Members of the public can attend meetings, observe business and ask questions in a Public Forum session at about 7.45pm. If you have any queries about any Parish Council matter, please contact our Clerk, Mrs Petra Norris via 07943 536065 or buritonparishcouncil@hotmail.co.uk. More details about the Parish Council can be found elsewhere on this website: http://www.buriton.info/parish-council

Buriton Parish Council meets every alternate month throughout the year.

On 15th May the Parish Council will also be holding its Annual Parish Meeting, commencing at 6.30pm.

The Agenda for the Annual Parish Meeting will include an annual report and a copy of the full agenda for the Annual Parish Meeting will be available on the home page of the Parish Council part of this web-site.

At the end of the Annual Parish Meeting, the Council will hold its regular meeting which will also provide an opportunity for members of the public to ask questions or make comments in a Public Forum session. More details about the Parish Council can be found elsewhere on this website: http://www.buriton.info/parish-council

Buriton Parish Council normally meets every alternate month throughout the year with meetings taking place in the Upper Hall, Buriton Village Hall, starting at 7pm. Members of the public can attend meetings, observe business and ask questions in a Public Forum session at about 7.45pm. If you have any queries about any Parish Council matter, please contact our Clerk, Mrs Petra Norris via 07943 536065 or buritonparishcouncil@hotmail.co.uk. More details about the Parish Council can be found elsewhere on this website: http://www.buriton.info/parish-council