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Family Clapping in Support of NHS

Susan Phillips, Councillor for Wallisdown & Winton West Mayor of Bournemouth
“I would like to recognise and pay tribute to all the volunteers, community heroes and NHS Staff,

 The Mayor Cllr Susan Phillips

Councillor for Wallisdown and Winton West and
Mayor of Bournemouth
Blair is joined on the Hope FM Breakfast Show by Councillor Susan Phillips, who last year became the conurbation's 1st Female Mayor in nearly a decade

The Local Area Forum 2020

 We hold four Resident Public Meetings each year for open discussion on Ward Matters with our Councillors, Police and Council Officials. Most Saturday morning meetings we invite a guest to inform our residents of other interesting organisations within the BCP Council area.
Kind regards Bernie Culver

Telephone 07553276089
Latest Agenda
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Next Meeting

Dear Residents This is to inform you that due to Government guidelines, the  RPM on 25th April 2020 has been cancelled.
The RPM arranged for Saturday 25th July 2020 will be at the
Enbury Park Community Centre starting at 10.00 am.
Tea and coffee will be available from 9.30 am.
This was decided at the Residents Public Meeting in January.
Thank you.
Kind regards
Bernie Culver




My Safer Bournemouth

Neighbourhood Policing Team


    101@dorset.pnn.poice.uk to report an incident or Anti Social Behaviour

This is a Police public notice
for all users of Slades Farm Open Space.

I know the police have stepped up their patrols in the area. follow them on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/BmthNorthPolice/


WWW Neighbourhood Action Group

Every quarter there is a meeting of organisations where we discuss local problems in respect of our Neighbourhood Co-ordinators living in Wallisdown, Winton West and Ensbury Park.

Please contact your local Neighbourhood Watch Representative.

  • Ward Profile for Wallisdown & Winton West Population Wallisdown and Winton West ward has a resident population of 10,324 at the time of the 2011 Census. The latest estimate of the ward’s population, based on the 2014 mid-year estimate, is 10,700. The working age population accounts for nearly 66% of the total population. The average age of residents is 42.9. Average household size is 2.5 people, compared with 2.2 in Bournemouth and 2.4 in England and Wales.
    There is a smaller proportion of economically active residents in full-time employment but a larger proportion of part-time employees than the other comparison areas. Unemployment in this ward is lower than for the town.