Notice of Tender – Ice Cream pitch concession at Moyles Court Ford

NOTICE OF TENDER – ICE CREAM PITCH CONCESSION

ELLINGHAM HARBRIDGE & IBSLEY PARISH COUNCIL
NOTICE OF TENDER
ICE CREAM PITCH CONCESSION
Tenders are invited to sell ice cream, hot and cold non-alcoholic drinks from a mobile ice cream van parked on a designated parking area at the Moyles Court Ford, Rockford, Ringwood.

The concession is to operate from 01 April 2019 to 31 March 2021.

The Parish Council reserves the right to accept or reject any tender.

The tender application forms and details of the conditions of operation are obtainable  from the Parish Clerk, Ellingham Harbridge & Ibsley Parish Council, Gorran House, 6 Butlers Lane, Ringwood BH24 1UB Tel: (07929) 379646 Email: ehiparishcouncil@gmail.com

Offers in a sealed envelope marked “Ice Cream Pitch Concession” to be received at the above address by 12 noon on Wednesday 20th March 2019.  Late applications will not be considered.

The Forest and the Drought 2018

NOTICE ISSUED BY: Official Verderer,  Lord Manners, Verderers of the New Forest, The Queen’s House, Lyndhurst, Hampshire SO43 7NH

Telephone: 023 8028 2052    E-mail: enquiries@verderers.org.uk

THE FOREST AND THE DROUGHT – JULY 2018

WATER

We understand that residents are becoming worried about a possible lack of water for the Forest animals in this unusually prolonged period without rain.

We would like to assure everyone that the animals DO know where to find water. It is actually rarely far away, even if some of the usual watering holes have dried up.

Putting out water in buckets and other receptacles for the animals is very counterproductive and dangerous and we ask Forest residents not to do it.

A story was related to our office last week which shows exactly why putting out water is not a good idea….

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Suspicious Behaviour

In Hyde, a neighbour has reported one or two men behaving suspiciously on his property in Pentons Hill on 19 July.  He was in his house when he heard voices close by.  On looking out of the window he saw a man described as of middle European appearance wearing a dark jacket (in these hot temperatures) and a baseball cap.  When he was spotted he pointed to the front door of the house.  When the householder went to the front door, the man had disappeared rapidly and was nowhere to be seen.

Please be aware of people behaving suspiciously, particularly in this hot weather when you may have doors and windows open.