Welcome to the website of Braishfield Parish Council

About Braishfield Parish

Braishfield is a village and a civic parish, located in Test Valley Borough of Hampshire, some 3 miles north east of the town of Romsey.  See the Braishfield Wikipedia page for further information.

The main purpose of this site is to publish information about the activities of Braishfield Parish Council, but it also provides other information about the village which may be of interest.

Use the link below to download the Braishfield profile which provides a up-to-date summary of the demographic make-up of the Braishfield parish. It includes information on topics including population, economy, housing, health and education.

Council Business

There are seven seats on the Parish Council.  The Council is qualified to operate the General Power of Competence under the Localism Act 2011.

The Council is a corporate body (a legal entity separate from its Members) which means that any action or decision is made by the Council as a whole.

Report an Issue

To alert the Parish Council to issues it has the powers to resolve, ie. on land for which it is responsible, please use the link below for our online report form.

For other concerns please see the list and relevant links on the page itself.

Recent News and Community Links

Reports of Dog Fouling in the Village

Thank you to those who have been clearing up the dog mess in our village. However, the Council has recently received reports of dog mess still around the village, especially on the Recreation Ground. We would like to remind dog owners to clear up, especially checking and monitoring if your dog is off the lead.…

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Hampshire County Council – Balancing the Budget

Help us shape decisions on future spending by Hampshire County Council. Our Balancing the Budget consultation has launched today and runs until 18 July, to gather views on how to meet a budget shortfall of £80m by April 2024. Go online to take part: https://www.hants.gov.uk/balancingthebudget    

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