Follow in the footsteps of our literary greats

East Hampshire residents can now walk in the footsteps of the district’s literary greats ahead of the Creative Footsteps festival in October. Self-guided walks in locations throughout the district can be found through the East Hampshire District Council (EHDC) website and they’re a great opportunity to learn more about the district’s beautiful open spaces and…

Donna Jones, Police & Crime Commissioner -Hampshire & The Isle of Wight

The Chairman of the Parish Council has received the following letter from the Police & Crime Commissioner and wished to share it with residents. There is an opportunity to answer a survey by the Commissioner. Since being elected in May 2021 as the new Police and Crime Commissioner for Hampshire and the Isle of Wight,…

Changes to rubbish and recycling collections

Residents across the East Hampshire district are reminded there will be a slight change to their rubbish and recycling collection days over the August Bank Holiday period.  All collection days for the week starting Monday 30 August will be one day later than usual, owing to the bank holiday, with our crews collecting on Saturday…

The annual canvass of the electoral register begins on 23 August this year

East Hampshire District Council will sending letters and forms to every household around the district over the coming weeks to ensure that voter details are correct and up to date. We have to do this every year by law.  All properties will receive either a notification letter or a canvass form. Please look out for yours, check…

Small grants scheme for 2022/23

The Parish Council annually awards small grants to voluntary organisationsfor activities which benefit people living in the Parish. Community Associations, cultural, educational, sporting, leisure and localbranch charitable organisations are eligible but not individuals or commercial organisations. If you would like to apply for funding for 2022/23 (payable April 2022),application forms are downloadable from the Parish…

Glass recycling

Due to staffing levels at Norse South East (NSE), the frequency of collections to glass banks has been reduced.  Despite best efforts to keep all collections running for as many services as possible, East Hampshire District Council and NSE have had to prioritise the more critical collections, like rubbish, recycling, garden and clinical waste. This…

Bin collection update – 28 July 2021

Owing to staff illness at Norse South East some rubbish, recycling and glass collections in the district are running behind schedule. Rubbish – some areas of Bramshott Chase, Hammer Vale and Liphook may experience a delay. Recycling – some areas of Churt, Headley Down and Headley may experience a delay. Glass – delayed collections from…

Apply now for sector-specific coronavirus grants

Businesses that have been severely affected by the delay to the end of lockdown have until midnight on Sunday 25 July to apply for a new grant from East Hampshire District Council (EHDC). The grants are for the following types of business: Events – businesses supporting events who have been affected by capacity limits and…

Public Health Services consultation

Please have your say on proposals to save £6.8million from the County Council’s Public Health budget. Changes are proposed in four service areas – health visiting and school nursing, substance misuse, stop smoking and sexual health. The consultation is open until 11.59pm on Monday, 9 August. More information is available at http://www.hants.gov.uk/public-health-consultation