Please see the reminder received from Hampshire Alert about this event on Sunday.
At 7:30 on Tuesday 17th November, the village hall in Ibsley is having an AGM. This includes a talk by the local community ranger of the National Trust on “Policy and Projects in The Local Area” and will be accompanied by light refreshments. There is no charge for the evening and all are cordially invited.
The National Trust are having “Coffee Mornings” at some of our Commons later in May, this will involve time slots where we will turn up with our engagement caravan, provide free teas/coffees and hopefully get to talk to the local people about our work, and their questions/concerns.
Please find attached our poster advertising these events.
Here is the list of mornings, we have chosen to do this throughout half term week so to also engage with the visiting public:
|Hightown Common Carpark||Saturday 23rd May||9:30am—10:30am|
|Rockford Common, Sandpit Carpark||Saturday 23rd May||11:00am—1:00pm|
|Hale Purlieu, Tethering Drove||Thursday 28th May||9:30am-10:30am|
|Hale Purlieu, Ladies Mile Roadside||Thursday 28th May||10:45am-11:45am|
|Hale Purlieu, NT Carpark||Thursday 28th May||12:00pm-1:00pm|
|Bramshaw, Halfmoon Carpark||Saturday 30th May||9:30am-10:30am|
|Bramshaw, Furzley Cross||Saturday 30th May||10:45am-11:45am|
|Bramshaw, Penn Common, Water trough track||Saturday 30th May||12:00pm-1:00pm|
We would appreciate if this information could be circulated to councillors and local people so to inform as many people as possible.
Jake White, Community Ranger
Do come along to our Annual Parish Meeting on Tuesday 28 April at 7.30pm in Ellingham Church Hall.
In addition to the Chairman’s Report, where Cllr Lindsay Burtenshaw will share the Parish Council’s progress on projects and parish council business throughout 2014, you can bring your questions for our guest speaker Jennifer Thomas from Natural England, and there will be updates from the Western Escarpment Conservation Group on their Verge Damage Project, the latest news on the Better Broadband project and a brief crime report for our parish. All topped off with drinks and nibbles.
What’s not to like? Hope to see you there.
Natasha Mackenzie, Clerk