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Help for older people at Horndean forum

22 Jun 2018
Help is out there – that’s the message for older people in East Hampshire. Older people and people who care for elderly relatives are being encouraged to come along to a special event to show off all the services available for them. The event, organised by East Hampshire District Council, will...

£1 million funding pot for Whitehill & Bordon projects

20 Jun 2018
East Hampshire District Council has set aside a £1 million pot of money gathered from developers working in Whitehill & Bordon to fund community projects in the town. Organisations with a plan to improve the area’s community facilities can apply for the money they need to help make their...

Time-saving technology for caring charity

19 Jun 2018
An East Hampshire charity that provides care for people with life-limiting illness has been given a time-saving technological boost that will help staff focus on patients. The Rosemary Foundation, based in Langrish, has improved its internet access with superfast broadband, thanks to a £1,000 grant...

New boards bring a better understanding of Bordon Inclosure

08 Jun 2018
The rich history of the Bordon Inclosure will be revealed to walkers through two new interpretation boards placed in the beauty spot. The boards have been installed by the Woolmer Forest Heritage Society with the help of funding provided by East Hampshire District Councillors. They are situated...

A big prize for small businesses

05 Jun 2018
Small businesses around East Hampshire can claim an opportunity money can’t buy this month as part of a national promotion. Small Business Saturday is looking to celebrate and promote 100 businesses from around the UK in the run up to Small Business Saturday 2018. Each year the campaign celebrates...

New applications on Alton development

31 May 2018
A developer building a 180-home development in Alton has submitted three new applications to alter the layout of the site. Redrow Homes received outline planning permission for 180 homes on land east of Will Hall Farm in May 2015, with approval of reserved matters relating to the layout, scale,...

Town and parish councillors have early say on Local Plan Review

31 May 2018
Town and parish councillors gave East Hampshire District Council valuable insight about the planning issues where they live, as work on the district’s new Local Plan progressed. EHDC’s planners briefed councillors about the Local Plan and gave them the chance to have their say about important...

Shakespeare's words brought to life

22 May 2018
The wit and wisdom of two of Shakespeare’s masterpieces will be brought to new audiences this summer, thanks in part to a funding scheme run by East Hampshire District Council. The Petersfield Shakespeare Festival will be performing Henry V and the Taming of the Shrew this July as it strives to...

Older people top of the agenda at council’s summit

21 May 2018
Services and care for older people in East Hampshire look set to improve after key organisations met to share ideas on Tuesday.  A one-day conference, named ‘The Older Persons' Summit’, was held at East Hampshire District Council’s (EHDC) offices and gathered local community organisations and...

Cllr Williams appointed Chairman of EHDC

21 May 2018
East Hampshire District Council has appointed Cllr Anthony Williams as Chairman for the coming year. Cllr Williams, who has been a ward councillor for Headley for 21 years, was elected to the position at at EHDC’s meeting on Thursday 17 May. He takes on the role after spending a year as Vice...

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