The planned registration scheme for Hampshire Waste & Recycling Centres, noted on this site in early January, has been postponed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. From Monday, 15th June, the number of visits to these centres will be severely restricted, and you will only get in if you have made a time-sensitive booking. Read all about it here.
Chilworth Hall remains closed, but its car park is still available for those who visit the Village Green (which belongs to the Parish Council, and not the Hall). A matter of days before the lockdown began, CCTV was installed at the Hall. There is now a camera monitoring the whole of the car park with some visibility onto the Green. Residents involved in any unfortunate incidents in the car park (e.g. theft of or from vehicles, confrontations, dog-fights etc) should promptly contact the Hall’s management to see if they can secure evidence. A note of the precise time of the incident would be helpful.
The Victim Care Service, funded by the Police and Crime Commissioner and provided by Victim Support, has launched a new website to ensure anyone affected by crime in Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Portsmouth and Southampton can access support and advice.
The website offers tips on how to protect yourself from different types of crime and advice on what to do if you experience them. It also includes a comprehensive database of organisations that can be searched by individuals and professionals looking to meet a specific support need. Continue reading
Owing to the Corona virus pandemic, Chilworth Hall is now closed until further notice. The Hall’s management committee thanks all its hirers for their past business and sincerely hopes that they, and those dear to them, come through this crisis unscathed. One day the Hall will open again, and you’ll hear it here first. Any further announcements will be made on this page. The e-mail address email@example.com will continue to be monitored.
Gone, but hopefully not forgotten, Southampton’s Dynamo Club has held a poignant final meeting that coincided with its centenary. Continue reading
There’s light at the end of the tunnel, but still a little more pain to endure. Here’s the latest from Southampton City Council about completion of the works around the Chilworth roundabout. Continue reading
Baddesley Barnstormers‘ 2020 Panto is Sleeping Beauty written by Rachel Chadwick. There will be three performances, as follows:
|Friday, 14th February||7.30pm|
|Saturday, 15th February||3.30pm & 7.30pm|
Ticket prices are Adults £10, Children £5 and Family (2+2) £28, available from Lore Hairdressing (Seymour Parade), Habistore (Botley Rd) or Beadles Tea Room (Fleming Ave.) Continue reading
In recent days, Romsey & Southampton North MP Caroline Nokes has made strong representations in the Commons on the future of Flybe and also on the proposed incinerator in the north of Test Valley. There are links to her contributions on this page.