Throop Village War Memorial

War Memorial

The Parish Council was asked to investigate the installation of a permanent war memorial dedicated to the villagers of Throop who sacrificed their lives in conflict.
Work has been progressing and a local stonemason has produced an illustration of how the memorial might look. The Village Council has been liaising with BCP Council regarding permissions etc.
The cost of the Memorial will be £4970.
Some donations have been received but further fundraising is required before the project can proceed.
If you would like to donate, please make cheques payable to Throop and Holdenhurst Village Council(and deliver to Throop Mill Cottage, Throop Village, Bournemouth BH8 0DN), alternatively .BACs to Throop and Holdenhurst Village Council. THVC War Memorial Fund- Sort code 60-83-01 Account No 20461124- (with your name and referencing – WM)
If you would like to donate in the name of someone, please add their name in the reference or contact the Clerk, and their name will be noted in the official minutes when updates of the war memorial occur.
Any questions- please contact clerk@throopholdenhurst-pc.gov.uk

Grass Cutting Schedule

BCP Council commenced grass cutting in the conurbation on April 4th and whilst it was envisaged to take approximately 6 weeks, due to recent Bank Holidays and favourable weather for grass growth they are slightly delayed in completing the first scheduled cut.

Please see a link, by clicking here,
where residents can see when areas where last cut and it will give an idea of when the next one is due based on a 6 week schedule. The area will not be displayed until after the first cut date has been inputted.

Notice of the period for the exercise of public rights 2021-22

The Queens Jubilee Trees

Jubilee flag

The Parish Council had been approached by parishioners regarding 2 special commemorative suggestions for the area.


It was proposed that 2 trees are planted within the parish to mark the occasion of HM The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

One has been planted on the village green in Holdenhurst, the other will be planted around October 2022 near the pond in Lavender Road, Throop Village.