There is another push bike at the Alton Police Office whose owner is unknown.
It is a Trek 4300 Mountain Bike
Anyone that does recognise this bike and believes it to be theirs is asked to call 101 to contact the Alton Neighbourhood Policing Team and quote reference number: 44180304074
p.s. Good News – the majority of previously reported bikes have been reunited with their owners.
The confirmed minutes for June and unconfirmed minutes for July Parish Council Meetings are now available on the redesigned Meetings 2018 page that holds all meeting dates, agendas and minutes for Parish Council Meetings this year.
The Parish Asset Review Summary is also now available on our website. The opening comments and powerpoint presentation given at the July meeting are available for your review along with a call is out for volunteers to join working groups to help the parish make the best use of its assets.
Notice from Hampshire Highways (25 July 2018):
As part of the programme of works being undertaken by Operation Resilience we will be undertaking drainage improvement works in School Road, Rowledge from the junction with Cherry Tree Road to the junction with Fullers Road.
The works are programmed to start on the 1st August 2018 and are expected to last for 4 weeks. In order to undertake the works safely it will be necessary to close the road for the duration of the works.
Please click here for a map of the closure and diversion route.
Click here for a template to make your own Bike Safety Poster
Saturday July 7th
Fun Dog Show and lots of attractions
There are a number of push bikes at Alton Police Office whose owners are unknown:
Apollo InterZone Mountain Bike
Merida Fireball Mountain Bike
Scott Voltage 35 Mountain Bike
Vibe 180 BMX
Anyone that does recognise a bike that they believe to be theirs is asked to call 101 or contact the Alton NPT Team via e-mail – East.Hants.Police@hampshire.pnn.police.uk
and quote reference number: 44180240237
If so, you are invited to apply for grant funding from the Fieldfare LEADER programme. Applicants only have until the end of August 2018 to bid for a share of £1.6 million which is currently available.
To help applicants navigate their way through the Fieldfare process, one-to-one support is provided every step of the way. Tailored guidance and a project sponsor will help you to complete the paperwork and meet the deadline for applications.
Over 150 rural projects have benefited so far. For example, farmers who need to tag their livestock, organic food producers requiring new equipment, and rural entrepreneurs seeking to diversify their operations. All applications are carefully considered and grants range in value from £2,500 to £100,000.
A Fieldfare Applicant Information Workshop is being held on Tuesday 5 June at the Guildhall in Winchester and all prospective applicants are invited to come along and find out more.
For further information and to book a place at the event please visit, www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/fieldfare-leader-programme-information-workshop-tickets-45756033528
If you are ready to begin, please visit our website, www.FieldfareUK.org for further details. You only need to spend 5 minutes completing the Initial Interest Form from the Project idea? tab, then one of our team will ring you to discuss your project idea and next steps in further detail.
For all those wishing to get active in Hampshire. This is link is full of useful information https://www.energiseme.org/