Parish Guardians are residents in our community who care, who get involved, who act to make our environment better. How do they do this? By reporting issues they spot whilst out and about in the parish. Things like antisocial behaviour, areas of excessive dog mess or litter, people who don’t pick up their dog’s foul, faulty street lights / play equipment, untaxed vehicles, landscaping problems – to name but a few!
Come along and get involved in community events, help us to find solutions to the problems you encounter, let us know what we all can do to make things better in our community.
If you spot a problem whilst out and about, you can contact us to help resolve the issue.
If you would like to become a Parish Guardian please contact us with your name, telephone number, address and email address. There are no meetings to attend, you don’t have to commit to anything. You will receive emails about our tidy up days and events, just help out when and if you can.
Bolbeck Park bollard paint – every bollard was painted on this estate, over a period of time thanks to Parish Guardians and Ranger Simon Bates.
The planters at Neath Hill Local Centre were weeded and planted with lavender thanks to The St Andrews Great Linford Scout Group and our Parish Guardians