Parish Online News - Events, BHIB Deal Success and GIS Data

Parish Online News - Events, BHIB Deal Success and GIS Data


Wiltshire Event

On 15th October 2020 we will be hosting an online training session with Wiltshire ALC. This session will be based around learning how Parish Online can help make your local council run efficiently using a digital mapping system.

This event will be split into two sessions, the first session in the morning will be dedicated to beginners and the afternoon session will be dedicated to the advanced users of Parish Online.

If you'd like to join or find out more about the session, click here.


Cambridgeshire ACRE Event

We're also attending the Cambridgeshire ACRE online event on the 23rd October 2020. We'll be talking to local councils about Parish Online and the benefits of digital mapping.

This is an online exhibition where you can virtually visit our booth, chat to us one-to-one, and get a better understanding of Parish Online; whether you're new to it or would like to learn more.

We hope to see you there!

For more information, click here.


BHIB Deal Success

Since BHIB Councils Insurance launched the deal which gave Parish Online for free for policy holders it's been a great success with lots of local councils taking advantage.

As budgets are coming under increased pressure, now is the time to take advantage of the deal to make real-term savings and still have the tools you need. So we'd like to remind you that when you take out a 3 year deal with BHIB Councils Insurance you can get Parish Online for free.

Read more about this here.


More Local Authorities Share Data

We had a great response to our last newsletter story on GIS data from local authorities. Some of you copied us into your email conversations and had a great response from the authority. In the last month we've had Stratford Upon Avon and Wealdon District Council sharing data into Parish Online.

Make sure you ask them to share their GIS data to Parish Online and copy This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. so we can support your conversation.


Thanks for reading our latest updates, if you need anything please contact us.

Many thanks,

The Parish Online team