As the branch of local government most accessible to residents, Froyle Parish Council is committed to delivering services which meet local needs and improve residents’ wellbeing.
We support and finance local interest groups and causes to encourage active involvement in village life. Maintaining spaces including the playground, churchyard, war memorial, footpaths, and ditches to keep Froyle flood-free is another of our responsibilities.
We also work with Hampshire County Council and East Hampshire District Council to represent our community.
The first parish meeting was held in 1894 when there were 16 nominations for the eight places on the council.
The history of the first 100 years of Froyle Parish Council includes extracts from the minutes which provide insights into daily life and significant national events.