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Welcome to the website for Oakley & Deane Parish Council.

We have reserved this area for our Parish Clerk to post important and urgent messages affecting the village and our residents. 


An informal support network connecting you with local volunteers if you need help or support as a consequence of COVID19 pandemic.

 Oakley and Deane Parish Council, Oakley Community Assocation and St Leonard's Church have come together to build a safe network of volunteers that can help you if you have a particular need for support at this time. All support is provided on a 'best endeavours' basis. 

If you want to be a volunteer, please register on our website ( details below).

You can also donate money to the Oakley Support Network via the Virgin Giving link on the website. We need your support to maintain the network.

CALL US ON 01256 268700 or go to www.oakley-village.com

Thank you!! 


The council's first virtual committee meeting - a meeting of the Development Control Committee - is set to take place at 2pm on Wednesday 20 May, with a second virtual meeting of the planning committee scheduled for Wednesday 27 May.   In line with government guidance around ensuring planning decisions can continue to be made, the meetings will be held virtually with committee members, council officers and those wanting to speak attending remotely. Allowing residents to watch the committee meetings live, the virtual meetings will be live streamed on the council's website in the same way as they would normally be webcast.  For more details please follow this link:  https://www.basingstoke.gov.uk/rte.aspx?id=298&task=View&itemid=9699


Basingstoke Voluntary Action has been working alongside Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council to co-ordinate support for vulnerable residents during the COVID-19 outbreak. They have also been working with the fantastic neighbourhood and community groups operating across the borough.   The Basingstoke and Deane Community Hub has taken over 1,200 calls from vulnerable residents following the launch of a dedicated helpline, working with voluntary and community groups to help those most at risk to access food and prescribed medicine during the COVID-19 outbreak.


The borough council is issuing regular updates relating to their services together with other useful information in their newsletters.  To sign up for future editions please follow this link:     https://www.basingstoke.gov.uk/signup


On Monday 11 May, Hampshire County Council will re-open its Household Waste Recycling Centres (HWRCs), including the facility at Wade Road in Basingstoke.

The HWRCs were temporarily closed at the end of March following government guidelines on non-essential journeys to help prevent the spread of coronavirus. For more information on the re-opening of the county council's HWRCs, including the measures that will be in place, use this link:    https://www.hants.gov.uk/News/060502020HWRC?dm_i=3IWH,14PE0,40WP10,3ZHBJ,1