Parish Council

More tree planting

The Parish Council has planted more trees recently – and there’s a chance to buy your own.

The Parish Council has arranged for a range of new trees to be planted recently, including Hawthorn, Crab Apple, a Wild Service tree and an Oak.

Network Rail work will require part of car park; CANCELLED

Late change of plan: parking spaces will no longer be required for this project. The details below have now been superseded as Network Rail has found an alternative location which "should reduce disruption and disturbance in the local area".

Network Rail have advised the Parish Council that they would like to use part of the village hall car park for periods of time in March and May to help them undertake important maintenance work on the track near the village.


Following the Prime Minister’s announcement on the evening of 4th January, this area is now part of the national lockdown.

This means people should stay at home.

The single most important action we can all take is to stay at home to protect the NHS and save lives.

Parish Council Meeting

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 with an opportunity for members of the public to ask questions or make comments in the Public Forum at 7.45pm. Due to the current Government Restrictions on Public Meetings during the Coronavirus Outbreak, Buriton Parish Council has adopted alternative ways of working in order to continue with business whilst upholding democratic principles and compliance with the public health guidance. Members of the public are still able to attend meetings, observe business and ask questions in a Public Forum session. If you have any queries about any Parish Council matter, please continue to contact our Clerk, Mrs Petra Norris, in the normal way: via 07943 536065 or  More details about the Parish Council can be found elsewhere on this website: