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Woodgreen Support Group

Woodgreen Support Group

Letter sent to all residents in November 2020 from Woodgreen Support Group

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Parish Council Vacancy

Parish Council Vacancy

Woodgreen Parish Council needs YOU!

There is a casual vacancy to be filled on Woodgreen Parish Council.  If you care about Woodgreen and would like to have more of a say about what goes on there, why not become a Parish Councillor?

Have a chat to one of your Parish Councillors to find out more or call the Parish Clerk on 07887 773871

As a Parish Councillor you can become a real voice for your community and affect real change! Why don’t you put your name forward and see what difference you can make?

Contact the Parish Clerk, Woodgreen Parish Council, 

℅ Woodgreen Community Shop, Hale Road, Woodgreen, SP6 2AJ

Tel. 07887 773871

Email. parish.clerk@woodgreen-pc.gov.uk

Absolutely no previous experience required!

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Hythe & Dibden War Memorial Hospital Plans Approved

Hythe & Dibden War Memorial Hospital Plans Approved

Please click on link to view newsletter:

https://westhampshireccg.nhs.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Hythe-Newsletter-FINAL.pdf

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New Forest District Council: Hythe – Southampton Passenger Ferry

New Forest District Council: Hythe – Southampton Passenger Ferry

NFDC has awarded the Hythe to Southampton passenger ferry a £15k grant to help this important community transport provider adversely affected by reduced passenger numbers due to Covid-19.

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New Forest Ambassadors swing into action to help care for the National Park

New Forest Ambassadors swing into action to help care for the National Park

Over 240 people have signed up to become New Forest National Park Ambassadors since the scheme was launched last month.

The scheme was set up by the National Park Authority and parish councils after local people said they wanted to get involved more in helping to care for the Forest’s internationally-important landscape and its wildlife.

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New Forest District Council: Council urges New Forest residents to update their voter details online

New Forest District Council: Council urges New Forest residents to update their voter details online

Residents of the New Forest are being reminded to update their voter details so they can have a voice on decisions that affect them. New Forest District Council (NFDC) is writing to all households to update the electoral register and is asking residents to update their details online where possible.

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New Forest District Council: Council invites New Forest businesses to bid for grants in new £80,000 growth fund

New Forest District Council: Council invites New Forest businesses to bid for grants in new £80,000 growth fund

New Forest District Council invites rural, small and medium sized businesses to apply for grants from a new £80,000 grant fund.  The fund aims to support businesses with capital investment for projects which enable business growth and expansion.

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New Forest District Council: Council offers free pavement licences to support New Forest hospitality businesses

New Forest District Council: Council offers free pavement licences to support New Forest hospitality businesses

New Forest District Council is waiving fees on applications for pavement licences, to support local hospitality businesses in their recovery following the national lockdown.

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Library Service Public Consultation – Decision Day Update

Library Service Public Consultation – Decision Day Update

Proposals to transform the Library Service to achieve savings of £1.76 million were agreed by the Executive Member for Recreation and Heritage, Councillor Seán Woodward at his Decision Day on 28 July 2020. The press release about Councillor Woodward’s decision can be read here.   

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Fawley Waterside development given go ahead at NFDC planning committee

Fawley Waterside development given go ahead at NFDC planning committee

An online meeting of New Forest District Council’s Planning Committee yesterday (27 July 2020) gave the Council’s go ahead for the development of a new waterside community at the old Fawley Power Station site adjacent to Southampton Water. The major redevelopment will provide 1,500 homes, an estimated 2,000 jobs and public open space on currently disused land in this key coastal and Forest location within the district. Identified as a strategic development site within the recently adopted Local Plan for the district, the innovative mixed-use scheme is a significant, high quality development that will bring much benefit to the area.