Welcome to Weston Turville Parish Council
Weston Turville is a Parish with a great history and a vibrant atmosphere, We are very lucky to have a village where there are so many activities for all age groups. I have joined this Parish after living on Bedgrove for 19 years and although I live on the edge of the parish I enjoy being a part of village life and being active in looking after our heritage and also the future.
Although we have many pressing issues as a council we are looking to the future and are working on several projects to enhance and improve our environment. I do hope that I have the opportunity to help our Parish develop in a positive way over the coming years.
We would welcome all residents to either come to our meetings or e mail us if we can be of any help.
Cllr Martin Jarvis –
The Parish of Weston Turville has a combined population of about 3,000.
One of the biggest changes is that, where once villagers found employment locally, nowadays many people commute to work elsewhere. Local duck breeders, straw plaiters and prune growers are no more and, although several tradesmen still practise their craft, we now have experts in many 21stcentury occupations. However, traces of the old way of life remain.
The village boasts a mediaeval church, dating back to the 13th Century. (pictured above)
St Mary the Virgin is Weston Turville’s Parish Church –
It has a lively congregation and choir with activities throughout the year to suit all ages.
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