Mells Parish Council Community Assets & Contracts

Mells Parish Council is responsible for the running and maintenance of various community assets, conveniences and services in the local village. Below are the details and locations of these assets.

We have also published a summary of the community contracts awards for the previous year.

Community Assets

Below is a list of all the village and community assets maintained and adminstered by Mells Parish Council. If you would like to talk to us about any of these, please get in touch.

Village Hall
Administered by the Barn Committee

Recreation Ground
Administered by the Mells & Vobster Recreational Supporters Club

Paid for by Mells Parish Council although they do not own the site

One of the duck pond benches is a memorial to the late Mrs Victoria Baker

Noticeboards (x4)

  • Outside Mells Post Office
  • By duck pond
  • By chapel in Upper Vobster
  • By Coronation Seat in Lower Vobster

Grit bins (x3)

  • Upper Vobster
  • Cuckoo Corner track
  • Mells Green

Seating & Benches (x2)

  • Bench by the duck pond in Mells
  • Coronation Seat in Lower Vobster

Litter bins (x4)

  • Outside Mells Post Office
  • By Mells bus shelter
  • By duck pond
  • By Coronation Seat in Lower Vobster

Dog waste bins (x4)

  • Recreation Ground
  • By Fairview
  • By duck pond
  • Rectory corner

Bus shelters (x2)

  • By the Manor House gates in Mells
  • Near Vobster Cross

Community Contract Awards 2019/2020

Below is a list of current contracts awarded (inc value of contract) for services to the community. If you would like to talk to us about this, please get in touch.

Rent payment under lease of recreation ground 
£66 p.a. – Viscount Asquith’s 1999 Settlement Fund

Bullet War memorial hedge cutting
£75 – Chris Rowe

Bullet Internal audit
£50 – Alan Aked

Bullet Parish path maintenance/gulley clearance
£30/cut – Jon Goode

Bullet Provision of parish website
2018/2019 Updating (£370) – Sally Vince

Bullet Weedkilling of recreation ground car park
£65/time – Aboracadabra

Bullet Gully clearance
£70/time – Jon Goode

Get in touch

If you have a query, spot an error or have an issue to raise, we’d love to hear from you.


Our Priorities

Mells Parish Council’s priority is to administer with prudence, minimum interference and within the requirements of the law those aspects of village life for which we are responsible to the best of our ability, with the aim of improving quality of life for all the residents of Mells and Vobster.