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Community projects to benefit from EHDC cash boost

14 Dec 2017
Grants worth £87,038 have been awarded by East Hampshire District Council’s cabinet to five community projects across East Hampshire. A new playground in Buriton, a hall refurbishment in Greatham, a new roof for a riding school for people with disabilities in Medstead, new equipment for a charity...

Parking meters - no charge for cards

13 Dec 2017
Visitors paying for parking with their cards will have no surcharge added to their ticket price thanks to recent changes to the council’s meters. From January 13 2018 a law change will mean the extra charges imposed by credit and debit card companies can no longer be passed on to the customer....

East Hampshire Sports Awards will celebrate everyone being active!

07 Dec 2017
The East Hampshire Sports Awards will continue to be a prestigious event thanks to sponsorship from two major companies. Everyone Active, part of Sports and Leisure Management Ltd, and the Whitehill & Bordon Regeneration Company are supporting next year’s sports awards which recognise local...

EHDC grant puts Steep on the map

07 Dec 2017
Visitors and residents in Steep will be able to look at the village in a whole new way thanks to a new outdoor map installed at a beauty spot. The new aluminium map board sits at the top of Mill Lane overlooking the Ashford Hangers and gives people the perfect view of the surrounding area....

Safe Place scheme grows in Whitehill & Bordon

07 Dec 2017
Vulnerable people now have seven places to go in Whitehill & Bordon if they are feeling overwhelmed or being bullied, abused or harassed while they are out and about in the town. St Mark’s Church has signed up to the Safe Place scheme which is being rolled out across Whitehill & Bordon...

Inspirational evening at the East Hampshire Volunteer Awards

30 Nov 2017
More than 120 people attended the East Hampshire Volunteer Awards on Wednesday evening to publicly recognise the volunteers that dedicate so much of their time to help others. The awards ceremony, organised by Community First and East Hampshire District Council (EHDC), took place at the Festival...

Schools take over East Hampshire District Council for the day

17 Nov 2017
Hundreds of school children from across East Hampshire grabbed the reins at East Hampshire District Council when they took over Penns Place for the day. Children were invited into the council’s Petersfield offices as part of National Takeover Day – a country-wide scheme to give young people a...

Schools take over East Hampshire District Council for the day

17 Nov 2017
Hundreds of school children from across East Hampshire grabbed the reins at East Hampshire District Council when they took over Penns Place for the day. Children were invited into the council’s Petersfield offices as part of National Takeover Day – a country-wide scheme to give young people a...

Neighbourhood plans approved in Liss and East Meon

10 Nov 2017
Two villages have voted through plans that will help shape their future. East Meon and Liss residents went to the polls on Thursday to vote in referendums on neighbourhood plans, which set out policies for development and use of land. Both plans were approved by voters. Liss Neighbourhood Plan...

EHDC grant helps provide Roman home improvements

10 Nov 2017
Thousands of visitors have been able to walk in the footsteps of ancient people thanks to upgrades to a Roman villa at Buster Ancient Farm, including authentic new flooring. The popular tourist attraction, in Chalton, south of Petersfield, has recently completed £100,000 worth of alterations to the...

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