Your part to play in the 2021 Census.

Sunday 21st March is Census Day, where all people and households of England and Wales are required to complete a Census.

This census provides a picture of all households in England and Wales and the data collected will help organisations make decisions on planning and funding public services in your area, including education, healthcare and transport.

You will receive a letter through the post addressed to your household rather than individually. This will provide you with a unique reference number to complete your census online.

If you require a paper census the details on how to acquire one will be on your letter.

You must complete the census by law. It is an offence to supply false information or to not complete the census, and you could be fined up to £1,000.

Carron Lane Skate Park – Remains Closed

We are pleased to announce that work on the new skate park is completed. Our thanks to Maverick Industries for a great job, completed on time.

However, in line with Government regulations it must REMAIN CLOSED. We will continue to monitor advice closely and open the Skate park as soon as we can.

We appreciate your co-operation and understanding in this matter.

March Council and Committee Meetings

Members of the public are welcome to attend all meetings. Meetings are held virtually via MS Teams. If you wish to attend any meeting please email clerk@midhurst-tc.gov.uk.

Mon 8th March – Planning & Infrastructure at 7pm

Mon 8th March – Community & Environment at 7.30pm

Mon 15th March – Full Council Meeting ay 7pm

Mon 22nd March – Planning & Infrastructure at 7pm

Monday 22nd March – Finance Asset & Policy at 7.3opm

The full meeting schedule for the civic year 2020-2021 is available here.