What's on in Buriton

Your chance to choose your District and Parish Councillors. Being a parish councillor gives you a chance to help make decisions on issues that affect our local community. You don't need to have any experience or affiliation with any political party, you just need enthusiasm for the parish. More information about the elections (and about the Parish Council) can be found here: http://www.buriton.info/index.php/parish-council

 

 

An opportunity for parishioners, family and friends to take a delightful guided stroll along farm paths not normally open to the public - and opportunities (weather permitting) to see thousands of bluebells and impressive Early Purple orchids.

A wide variety of goods from up to twenty dealers

Buriton Parish Council meets every alternate month throughout the year. All meetings now take place in the Seward Room in St Mary's church, starting at 7pm with an opportunity for members of the public to ask questions or make comments in the Public Forum at 7.45pm. More details about the Parish Council can be found elsewhere on this website: http://www.buriton.info/parish-council

From 3pm to 6pm on selected Sunday afternoons during the summer - this date is subject to confirmation