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Pan Parish Forum

Pan Parish Forum

With all the issues surrounding Southern Water and the impact of sewage on the Pillhill Brook Catchment the eight parishes of Kimpton, Fyfield, Thruxton, Quarley, Amport, Monxton, Abbotts Ann and Upper Clatford came together to form the Pan Parish Forum. Together they work together with Southern Water to represent resident’s best interests.

Janet Wright is the Secretary to the Pan Parish Forum and produces regular updates on the feedback from Southern Water and response from the Parish Councils along the Pillhill Brook.   For all news on the work of the Pan Parish Forum please see

If you have any issues you would like to raise that are specific to Upper Clatford, please direct them to Peter Heslop at

A summary of the Southern Water/Pan Parish Forum Quarterly Meeting held on Thursday 27 March can be found here. For more details of what was discussed at the meeting the supporting slides presented at the meeting by Southern Water please visit the Pan Parish Forum webpage.