- Ian Fleming our footpath officer has walks to join in with March 22, 2017
- 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. February 28, 2017
- 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 February 21, 2017
- There is £1.64m available to allocate in grants from £2,500 to support jobs and economic growth in rural areas February 6, 2017
- An extra planning app will be added to the Agenda of 30th January January 27, 2017
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)
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
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
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.
An extra planning app will be added to the Agenda of 30th January – SDNP/17/00284/HOUS – http://planningpublicaccess.southdowns.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&keyVal=OK2GSTTUFU400
The Full Council scheduled for February 6th has now been changed to Monday January 30th.
Apologies for any inconvenience caused. Agenda will be posted asap.
As part of the programme of works being undertaken by Operation Resilience we will be undertaking pond clearance works in The Street, Binsted between Wheatley Lane and River Hill Farm. The works are programmed to start on 23January 2017 and are expected to last for 1 week, weather permitting. In order to undertake the works safely it will be necessary to close the road between 09:00am – 16:30hrs each day.
Information signs advising road users of the works will be erected approximately 2 weeks before the start of works. A letter will be sent to local residents and an email will be sent to East Hants District Council and Binsted Parish Council to advise them accordingly.
Should you have any questions or require further information please contact the Operation Resilience team on 01962 813063 or email email@example.com
Please see the following closure information maps and diversions.
A sense of pride 200 years after Jane Austen
Alton residents and businesses will discuss how best to mark the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen’s death at the next Community Forum held in the town.
The author who lived and wrote in Chawton has fans around the world and a programme of events to mark the anniversary is expected to attract many visitors to the area.
The forum will be held on Tuesday 17 January at Alton Community Centre and will feature talks from Pat Lerew, the chairman of Alton Chamber of Commerce, Julie McLatch, Alton’s Business Development Manager and a representative from Jane Austen’s House Museum.
Cllr Glynis Watts, chairman of the Alton Community Forum, said: “This is an excellent opportunity for local businesses and community groups to engage in the programming for the year and to increase their visibility to a whole new audience.
“When Jane Austen died in July 1817 she left behind a wonderful legacy of literature and her works are loved across the world.
“The events planned to commemorate her life and works will pull in visitors to the Alton area throughout the year and we must make sure this historic moment is marked appropriately.”
Community Forums are run by East Hampshire District Council to discuss local issues. January’s forum will also see a presentation from EHDC Director Tom Horwood on proposed boundary changes in the district.
The review, conducted by the Boundary Commission, will look at the district council’s internal ward boundaries and will include a public consultation.
The forum will be held on Tuesday, 17 January, 2017, 6.30pm at Alton Community Centre, Amery Street, GU34 1HN.
Media Contact: Will Parsons, EHDC Communications Officer, 01730 234030