Welcome to the Whitnash Town Council website.

Upcoming Whitnash Town Council meetings

Full Council on 27/11/2014 19:00:00 at the Main Hall, Community Hall.
Planning on 04/12/2014 18:30:00 at the Council Office, Franklin Road.
Finance and General Purposes on 11/12/2014 19:00:00 at the Council Office, Franklin Road.
Planning on 08/01/2015 18:30:00 at the Council Office, Franklin Road.

Petition to improve Harbury Lane / Fosse Way

Petition support growing

Following another serious accident at the Fosse Way / Harbury Lane junction a petition to Warwickshire County Council has been created demanding improvements to this notorious junction

You can support the petition by signing it online here:


Closes 13th Feb 2014

Lighten Up Your Home

Avoid Becoming A Victim Of Burglary

Warwickshire Police launch a new campaign to improve the security of your home

We are encouraging residents to take a few simple steps to keep their homes safe and secure, particularly during the darker months.
Our ‘Lighten up’ campaign reminds people that their home is less likely to be burgled if it appears occupied.

Overall numbers of burglaries decreased by 6% in Warwickshire and 9% in West Mercia in the period 2012-2013, however over the last five years a peak in burglaries has been observed in October and November.

Simple measures such as fitting timers to lamps can prove tobe effective. For more information please contact the Whitnash SaferNeighbourhood Team.

Warwickshire Police Tax Disc Alternative

Emergency Contact Disc

Warwickshire Police have launched a suggested alternative to having a tax disc - The Emergency Contact Disc

Simply printout the Disc, fill it in, cut it out and put it where you used to put your tax disc

Download Emergency Contact Disc

Boundary Commission publishes County Council recommendations

Whitnash County Boundary to stay

The Local Government Boundary Commission and WCC are reviewing the County Councillor boundaries within the County They have now published their draft recommendations. You can read the recommendations here.

This review is different to the one where the LGBC and Warwick DC reduced the parish and district boundaries.

Comments are required to the LGBCE by 3rd November. You can email your comments to reviews@lgbce.org.uk 

Campaign for new School Crossing Patrol

Lollipop for Landor Road/Ashford Road

Local residents have started a campaign for a new school lollipop crossing at the junction of Landor Road and Ashford Road



Local Organisations

For a list of community organisations operating in Whitnash with contact and time information please click here.
A Listing on our website does not represent endorsement of these organisations by Whitnash Town Council.