Durley Memorial Hall
Contact details and prices for hiring the village hall.
Durley Recreation Ground is situated in Kytes Lane, Durley and has a Pavilion, football pitch, multi-use court (which provides a tennis court, 5-a-side football pitch and basketball court).
Report a pothole and other links.
About Durley Parish Council
Durley Parish Council works very closely with Winchester City Council, Hampshire County Council, Eastleigh Borough Council, Hampshire Police Authority and many other organisations and community groups. It is made up of 7 volunteer residents and a salaried clerk.
The Parish Council aims to engage with residents in order to reflect the views of parishioners, we want to:
- listen to any views, concerns and suggestions;
- act accordingly, and/or pass on your views to the appropriate authority;
- help to improve Durley and continue to make it an enjoyable place to live and work.
Listed below are all current councillors – A new photo will be submitted to the website shortly.
Steve Delmege (Chairman)
Peter Childs (Vice Chairman and Transport representative)
Anita Watts (Recreation Ground Committee Chairperson)
Kirsty Rutherford (Sawmills representative)
Gabe Rappini (Highways Officer)
HALL MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE:
Neil Ellen (Hall Committee Chairman)
Kirsty Rutherford (Hall Committee Vice Chairperson)
Anne Collins (Secretary/Treasurer)
Donna Shorney (Caretaker)
Steve Delmege (Chairman of DPC)
Contact telephone numbers for District and County Councillors can be found in the Parish Magazine or via the Clerk, Mrs. Anne Collins, on the above telephone number, or via e-mail. Any correspondence to the Parish Council should be addressed to the Clerk.
Residents of Durley are very welcome to attend any of the monthly Parish Council Meetings, which are held on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7.30 pm in the Ken Stainer Suite (upstairs) at Durley Memorial Hall, Durley Brook Road.
Mrs. Anne Collins
“Homefield”, Kytes Lane, Durley, Southampton SO32 2AE
Tel: 01489 860236