Chilworth Gardening Club has been on hold during the pandemic, but now its committee and members are considering when and how to restart it. If you’re a past member, or a prospective new one, you’ll be very welcome at a meeting to be held at Chilworth Hall on Thursday, 14th October at 7.30pm. Continue reading
The one visit per week limit for residents taking waste to one of Hampshire’s twenty-four household waste recycling centres (HWRCs) has now been lifted. Continue reading
Hampshire County Council, in partnership with its waste contractor Veolia, has given the go ahead to develop a trial project that aims to both provide people in need with access to low-cost furniture and reduce the amount of bulky waste requiring disposal through landfill. If successful, this could be a big deal. Read all about it here.
Our county councillor, Cllr Nick Adams-King, has just published his Aug/Sept Newsletter which you can find here. It contains news of a consultation about the infrastructure needed to support cycling and walking across southern Test Valley (in this context ‘Southern Test Valley’ comprises the southern seven parishes of the TVBC area, Romsey Extra, Romsey Town, Baddesley, Ampfield, Valley Park, Chilworth and Nursling & Rownhams). Our parish council is very keen that as many people in Chilworth respond to it. Continue reading
Moviola is back at Chilworth Hall!
The Autumn schedule is:
• Sun 12 Sep – Love Sarah
• Sun 17 Oct – The Last Bus
• Sun 14 Nov – Dream Horse
Southampton’s Outdoor Sports Centre is well used by many in Chilworth and Bassett, who may be interested to know that there’s a public consultation running on wide range of possible improvements. You may read all about them and have your say by going to this web page. Here’s a brief summary: Continue reading
The continuing tentative emergence from COVID-19 restrictions enables more of the regular activities, classes, clubs and groups at Chilworth Hall to start getting back to something more like normality. The Hall’s committee has just posted a new schedule which is bang up to date, even including a number of sessions that are kicking off in September. You will always be able to find the latest info on this page, so why not bookmark it? There’s another link conveniently placed nearby, which brings up the Hall’s bookings calendar. Take a look now!
If you’re going to Southampton, here’s the bad news. From Monday 21st there’ll be ten weeks of works on the Avenue. Hopefully it’ll all be worth it in the end. For details of closures and diversions, go here.
And the good news? Also from Monday 21st, evening and Sunday parking charges are being lifted. For more information, including a list of locations, go here.