On the night of 01/05/17 – 02/05/17 there were 4 “Burglary Non Dwelling” on the same night. Two instances were in Blackmoor, one in Bentley and one in Binsted.

There have been a number of breaks to barns in the rural communities of recent.

Between 01/05/17 and 08/05/17 there have been seven instances of Non Dwelling Burglary.

On the night of 01/05/17 – 02/05/17 there were 4 BND on the same night. Two instances were in Blackmoor, one in Bentley and one in Binsted.

Please can you ensure that you have taken out precautions to ensure the security of your premises whether these are residential or non-residential. Further advice on securing your property can be found: https://www.hampshire.police.uk/advice/protecting-your-home-and-belongings/

Also if you are aware of any suspicious activity please can you report this by calling 101.

Kind Regards,

Alton Neighbourhoods Team

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2017 calendar of fixtures at the Binsted Recreation ground.

So far this is the 2017 fixtures Calendar.

Binsted Rec Fixtures 2017

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7.30PM ON MONDAY 8th MAY 2017 – Parish Council Meeting @ 7.30pm THE SPORTS PAVILION, THE STREET, BINSTED – Everyone welcome

Agenda AGM 2017

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Sunday May 7th is the ALTON 10 ROAD RACE starting at 10.30am The route will come through Binsted, Isington and Blacknest

From our Facebook page, here is the map of the Alton 10k road race. Please note that you do not need a Facebook account to see our page, its all open access to read.

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East Hampshire District Council – Parking brought in line with nearby areas

Just in from EHDC

http://www.easthants.gov.uk/news/parking-brought-line-nearby-areas

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Monday 3rd April 7.30pm – Parish AGM – Planning is prior to meeting.

The AGM will be on Monday 3rd April at 7:30 pm however the planning meeting will be at 6.45pm (prior to meeting) Agenda APM 2017

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Ian Fleming our footpath officer has walks to join in with

Please see these walks from Ian Fleming who kindly consented to be our footpath officer and has been walking our Parish for some years now.
 
Ian`s 2017 walks
 
Walks offered as part of the Alton Walking Festival
(These walks will need to be booked via the Alton Town Council website)
 
Sunday April 30th
Bentley station to Alton via Bentley, South Warnborough and Shalden (14.5 miles; train from Alton to Bentley for start)
Monday May 1st
Binsted, Isington and the Hangers (4 mile circuit from Binsted Recreation Ground)
Wednesday May 3rd
Binsted, Wheatley and South Hay (4 mile circuit from Binsted Recreation Ground)
Thursday May 4th
Bentley station to Alton via Oakhanger and Farringdon (14 miles, train from Alton to Bentley for start)
Friday May 5th
Binsted and the Alice Holt Arboretum (6 mile circuit from Binsted Recreation Ground)
 
Historical Walks
Sunday May 14th
Amberley North and East (12 mile circuit via Greatham and Stopham Bridges, Pulborough and Parham Park)
Sunday October 15th
Farley Mount and Stockbridge Down (12 mile circuit via Kings Somborne, Stockbridge Down, Little Somborne and Ashley)
 
More details from fleming47@madasafish.com
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Job Opportunity – SELBORNE PARISH COUNCIL – EAST HAMPSHIRE CLERK TO COUNCIL AND RESPONSIBLE FINANCIAL OFFICER Salary range of LC1-SCP 23-25 – LC2-SCP 26-29 pro-rata, depending on qualifications and experience. Flexible 15 hours per week.

Please see the job advert below from SELBORNE PARISH COUNCIL for a Clerk.

Thank you.

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Hampshire County Council would like to notify as many older and disabled people as possible that we are in the process of renewing bus passes which are due to expire 31 March 2017

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There is £1.64m available to allocate in grants from £2,500 to support jobs and economic growth in rural areas

There is £1.64m available to allocate in grants from £2,500 to support jobs and economic growth in rural areas and these grants are available to support • Farmers • Woodland owners • Micro and small businesses (including start-ups) supporting the rural economy • Rural community and voluntary organisations • Public organisations including Town and Parish Councils. See the leader-flyer below for how to apply and more information.

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