Chandler's Ford Parish Council

The Official site is at: www.chandlersford-pc.gov.uk

 

NORMAL PARISH OFFICE OPENING TIMES

MONDAY - FRIDAY  FROM 9.15AM -3.00PM

The Parish Office is closed until Monday 5 January 2015
due to stafff leave.

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Late afternoon 3 December and the Fryern Arcade hosted some lovely carols from the Fryern Infants schoolchildren following a lantern parade along Oakmount Road and Father Christmas came along to help out -  with some mulled wine and mince pies available a jolly time was had by all. The local shops also stayed open for an extra hour helping with the festive fun. 

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The new extension to the Fryern Hill Pavilion is progressing well as at 3 December the block and beam floor had been installed

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EASTLEIGH BOROUGH COUNCIL 

NOTICE OF HEARING

The notice of hearing for the Local Plan Examination in Public is available here

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Obituaries

Please see the noticeboard for the press releases
issued by Eastleigh Borough Council about
the recent passing of former Councillors
Mrs Doreen Wellfare and Mrs Bobby Jones.
Our thoughts are with their families and friends.

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New X5 Bus Service from 1st September 2014

There is a new bus service from 1st September from Chandler's Ford Station to Parkway station which will provide free travel for many employees of local businesses. The flyer/information for this new service is available here.

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Over 23,000 residents live in Chandler's Ford in a parish area that comprises the residential areas of Hiltingbury, Chandler's Ford and Velmore. It includes a number of small shopping areas and a large industrial estate with many areas of open spaces, the Fryern and Hiltingbury recreation grounds being the largest, the Hilingbury Lakes and managed countryside sites at Cuckoo Bushes, Flexford, Hocombe Mead and Ramalley Copse.

The aims of the Parish Council are:

* To improve the sport and recreation facilities in the parish for all age groups

* To manage facilities and make improvements providing best value for money

* To improve the overall appearance of the parish

* To eliminate anti-social behaviour and strive to develop a harmonious community

* To protect the biodiversity of the sites that exist in the parish and make improvements

* To encourage the community to engage in the activities of the Parish Council

* To encourage and support local businesses

* To ensure there is a local traffic plan that promotes the safety and amenity of residents

 

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