Latest news

It’s good to talk – young people tackle mental health

14 Feb 2019
Young people in East Hampshire are learning new techniques to face up to mental health issues. Pupils from eight local schools took part in a youth conference which aimed to help young people recognise mental health related issues, give them suggestions on how to support others or themselves and...

Council Tax frozen as £1.5m is committed to community welfare

22 Feb 2019
East Hampshire District Council's share of Council Tax has been frozen and £1.5 million has been put aside to help the community. The Council Tax freeze proposed in East Hampshire District Council’s budget will be welcome news to residents and is the sixth consecutive year that EHDC’s share of tax...

Whitehill & Bordon new town centre plans move forward

06 Feb 2019
Delivery of the new town centre for Whitehill & Bordon took major strides forward this week, when the development plans were granted planning consent and the first major occupiers and operators were confirmed. The town centre is expected to open in stages between late Autumn 2020 and Easter...

Getting East Hants Working at bustling apprenticeship fair

05 Feb 2019
More than 200 youngsters and parents were brought together with local employers to explore apprenticeship opportunities at an event arranged by East Hampshire District Council and Horndean Technology College. Year 10 and 11 students came from various schools from within East Hampshire and further...

Popular play project returns for some half-term fun!

28 Jan 2019
Parents and grandparents of children from across East Hampshire have their February half-term plans sorted as a popular play project returns for a week of fun. The half-term week, which runs between Monday 18 February and Friday 22 February, will see the return of a range of exciting activities to...

Deadline extended for East Hampshire Sports Awards nominations

28 Jan 2019
There’s still time to make sure East Hampshire’s sporting stars get the recognition they deserve as the deadline for nominations for the East Hampshire Sports Awards has been extended. The awards recognise sportsmen and women at every level, as well as the coaches, officials and volunteers who help...

EHDC launches Local Plan consultation

18 Jan 2019
Residents have the chance to shape the future of their neighbourhoods as East Hampshire District Council launches a public consultation on its Local Plan. The Local Plan sets out rules and policies for development in parts of East Hampshire outside the South Downs National Park. The six-week...

EHDC shortlisted for Entrepreneurial Council award

18 Jan 2019
East Hampshire District Council’s (EHDC) strategy to be more business-like has seen it short-listed for an award for the country’s most entrepreneurial councils.  The Local Government Chronicle (LGC) has shortlisted EHDC in the Entrepreneurial Council category for the 2019 LGC Awards.  The award,...

2019 Charity Walk for Peace launched

16 Jan 2019
Charities can find out how to benefit from a fund-raising event to be held in Petersfield at an event this month. The Charity Walk for Peace will be launched on Monday 28 January, giving local good causes a chance to get on board. Organised by East Hampshire District Council and the Ahmadiyya...

Volunteers sign up for good causes at EHDC event

11 Jan 2019
Residents, businesses and council staff looking to find a way to help their community in 2019 had the perfect start to the year at a volunteering event run by East Hampshire District Council. Volunteer 2day, held on Tuesday 8 January, saw 28 charities set up stalls in the council’s offices in Penns...

Pages