Wollaston Parish Council
WASNAV Report July 2014
Terry Savage has compiled the latest WASNAV report. Read the full article
Lunch now free for all children in Reception, Year 1 & Year 2
It’s true - government has made lunch at school free for ALL children in reception, year 1 and year 2,
starting this September term. Read the full article
Read about the recent improvements within Wollaston, information about the war graves, the newly re-started Wollaston Youth Group and the latest on superfast fibre optic broadband for Wollaston. Read the full article.
Neighbourhood Plan news
The latest report is available to read with key findings from the questionnaire on housing (numbers, types, tenures and sites), employment, parking, road safety, conservation and open spaces. Read the full report.
The first ever Women’s Tour cycling event passed through Wollaston on Thursday 8th May 2014. Over 100 of the best female riders, including past and current Olympic medallists and World Champions representing 17 trade and national teams competed in the event.
Read the full article (PDF).
As a starting point, why not explore the Heritage Walk, which will take you on a tour of Wollaston's unique historical features. The walk is structured around Wollaston's green plaques, which commemorate locations relating to Wollaston's diverse and rich heritage. These green plaques were erected by the Parish Council as part of Wollaston's millennium celebrations.