Nigel Williamson launched a one man campaign to bring the state of the footpaths through our local nature reserve to the attention of the Council, Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust and the NMDCA. He told the editor of the Miller’s Tale that he has had responses to his document, offering a donation from the council and assurance from the Wildlife trust that they will organise contractors to address the issue.
Eastleigh Borough Council is carrying out a review of its polling districts and polling places – and residents are being asked for their views as part of the consultation.
The Council is required to complete a full review of all polling districts and polling places every five years. The aim of the review is to ensure that electors in the Eastleigh constituency have reasonable facilities that are accessible to all electors, including disabled people.
The Council would like residents’ comments on the polling station they used the last time they voted in person at an election and are asking: Were you happy with it? Can you suggest something better?
The 2019 review will run until midday on Friday 6 September 2019.
Borough electors can comment by either emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or writing to the Electoral Registration Office, Eastleigh House, Upper Market Street, Eastleigh SO50 9YN.
The County Council is keen to hear from as many residents as possible. Residents’ views are very important and will help inform any proposals brought forward later in the year. It may be that not all North Millers Dale residents are aware of this yet. The closing date is 17th July 2019.
Details can be found at: https://www.hants.gov.uk/balancingthebudget
Thanks to everyone who attended the North Millers Dale Community Association Annual General Meeting held in the community hall on Wednesday 3rd July. The evening started with a glass of Pimms as people arrived. The meeting was opened by Chairman Richard Mollon and in addition to the formal meeting items there was items some lively debate including antisocial behavior on the estate and traffic light phasing. Councillor Pam Holden Brown committed to reporting the comments to the council.
- Blooming Schools
- Best Front Garden viewed from pavement
- Best Commercial Premises
- It’s your Neighbourhood
Closing date for Entries: 16th June 2012
Judging: W/C 2nd July 2012
WHAT TO DO NOW:
- Complete the entry form and return it to the Parish Clerk, Steve Mursell, as soon as possible
- Details of where to send the entry form and guidelines for entry are to be found on the entry form
- If you cannot find an entry form contact the Parish Clerk on 023 6026 6612
- Places are limited so be sure to apply early.
- No entry fee is required – Prizes will be awarded in each category
Did you know that if you live in Chandlers Ford, Hiltingbury or parts of Valley Park, Eastleigh Borough Council operate buses that can take you from your home to Hospitals, Medical Centres or your GP Surgery. If you want more information you can click here to download a PDF or contact the Editor on 023 80 268562 for a paper copy of the brochure.
Also available is a map of the Cycle Routes around the Southampton and Eastleigh area. These can be accessed by clicking this link Or if you want a copy of the map contact the Editor on 023 80 268562.
Monday May 21st Guided Walk in Wildlife Reserve
Sunday May 6th Vinings Copse Presentation
Monday May 7th Fryern Funtasia
Saturday June 2nd Queens Diamond Jubilee