Dear Fellow Litter Heroes
I would like to thank each one of you for braving the weather and joining around 40 volunteers today to pick up 45kg of litter!
We collected, beer cans, plastic bottles, plastic wrappers, dog poo in bags(!), cigarette packets and paper cups (mainly Waitrose!)
As you can see, some of our volunteers were so inspired that they carried on after the event in different locations!Continue Reading
Due to the current weather conditions, this event has been rescheduled for Saturday 17th March.
Household waste can really increase at Christmas, from packaging and gift wrapping, to glass bottles, chocolate tins, and Christmas trees. New Forest District Council have this advice on how to dispose of some of your extra household waste and what can be recycled.
The prize winning Hyde band will be in our midst Dec 23rd – don’t miss this one!
Not in our Parish but right on our doorstep and a vital part of the community.
It’s time to meet the local National Trust folks and check up on what’s been done and what is planned around our Commons.
it is fast becoming the time of year when we need to think about the state of Hampshire’s land drainage network. As the rain begins in earnest and leaves begin to fall, all riparian owners (those who have watercourses on or bordering their properties) across Hampshire, and beyond, should be looking at the state of their drainage ditches, culverts and other watercourses to ensure the clear transference of rain water and a reduced risk of localised flooding.