Four Marks is a village and civil parish in the East Hampshire district of Hampshire, England. It is 4.4 miles (7.1 km) southwest of Alton and about 55 miles from London on the A31.
The village has its own restored railway station on the Watercress Line, services from which connect with the nearest national rail station 4.4 miles at Alton and also to New Alresford an ancient Market Town.
About Us. Four Marks Parish Council is the first tier of local government serving the needs of Four Marks’s residents.
The Council currently has 10 parish councillors, who serve a four year term of office. They are unpaid elected representatives of the community.
The Parish Council currently employ one full time Clerk, who is also the Responsible Financial Officer. The Clerk can be contacted at the Parish Office on 01420 768284, or by email email@example.com.
The Council are responsible for public open spaces, such as the Recreation Ground, the Cemetery, Swelling Hill Pond, Oak Green parade, the green at Lymington Bottom, the wildlife areas surrounding Badger Close and Kingswood Copse.
Hopefully through the website you can find out about what’s going on in the village and in the surrounding area with links to local events, activities and other useful websites, and full details of the Parish Council.
** FULL COUNCIL MEETING**
WEDNESDAY 20TH SEPTEMBER 2017 – 7.30PM – VILLAGE HALL
AGENDA NOW AVAILABLE
NOTICE OF CONCLUSION OF AUDIT
BDO LLP have now completed their audit of Four Marks Parish Council’s accounts, and in accordance with Section 25 of the Local Audit and Accountability Act 2014, are available for inspection for details click here