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Sway Parish Council

Sway Civil Parish covers some 1,321 hectares (3263 acres) of the southern part of the New Forest National Park in Hampshire, UK.

Sway Civil Parish includes one of four 'Defined Villages' inside the National Park, as well as an area of the open forest and an extensive area of rural outer parish. Sway Civil Parish contains around 1,500 residential properties and has a population of about 3,548 (2015 estimate).  Sway Parish Council managed amenities include a range of sports and recreation grounds, public open spaces, a large pavilion, children's play area, allotments, bus shelters and some benches.

Welcome to the Sway Parish Council website.

Sway Parish Council comprises the Clerk/Responsible Finance Officer and twelve Parish Councillors.
The Full Council meets generally on the fourth Thursday of each month.
The Planning and Transport Committee meets on the second Thursday of each month.
The Amenities Working Party meets on the first Thursday of each month.

Please see Parish Council Meetings for all meeting dates and documents
or our Contact Page for a calendar of meeting dates and Parish Council Office opening times.

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Sway Parish Council Office is at Jubilee Field Pavilion.
Select here for Contact details and Opening hours
(Note the Pavilion is available for hire)



Phase 2 of the Sway S106 Public Consultation is now well underway and the Village Hall event on 6th February was very well supported.
Select here for full details and pictures of the event displays.

If you are a Sway Resident, please vote.

S106 event 1



Sway Parish Council Planning and Transport Committee meet on Thursday 11th February 7:30 pm at Jubilee Field Pavilion. adobe icon P&TC Agenda February 2016 [73kb] or view it here.



Anderson Moores Vets latest Alabama Rot Update 

 Forest Animal RTA Statistics 2015 - 55 deaths and 21 injuries.  Select for more detail. 

*** Warning about Council Tax banding scam ***

New Forest District Council has been advised some customers have been contacted by companies calling themselves Council Tax Claims Ltd and Council Tax Review Service regarding their council tax banding. Please see adobe icon 05 11 15 Warning of council tax scam [110kb] for full media release or click here to access the NFDC web page directly.



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