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Welcome to the Fawley Parish Council website

Serving Hampshire – Balancing the Budget Consultation

Hampshire County Council is asking for residents’ and stakeholders’ views on high level, strategic options for balancing its budget.

The closing date is 11:59pm on Monday 21 August 2017.

What can we do today? Summer 2017

Click on the image below to download a PDF for detailsWhat can we do today? Summer 2017

Latest News

New Forest National Park Review
Consultation on potential alternative housing sites (PDF)
14 June - 26 July 2017

New Forest Water Month July 2017

Join us to explore some of the best freshwater habitats in the country

Help us find clean unpolluted water by testing local streams, ponds and ditches with us.

Use your survey skills to find out how rare plants and animals are faring.

Learn about Flagship Ponds – the very best ponds in the country.

We are running free events every weekend throughout July.

Download of the PDF  or visit our website www.freshwaterhabitats.org.uk for more information.

Annual Return:

for the year ended 31 March 2017

The Mission of Fawley Parish Council is:

‘To develop and sustain a sense of community within the parish of Fawley by addressing environmental, economic and social issues and delivering quality services to our Parishioners’.

Fawley Parish Council is one of the largest Parish Council in the New Forest with 15 Councillors around 36 permanent staff and boasts some impressive facilities and amenities which can be viewed on this web site.

FixMyStreet - report, view or discuss local problemsThe Parish is made up of Fawley, Blackfield, Calshot, Langley, Holbury and Hardley villages with a population of around 15,000 people and is located in the most southerly area of the Waterside within the New Forest with its shore line opening onto the Solent.

The Council is committed to the provision of facilities and resources to its residents and is developing a range of events, activities and new projects to bring the community together and develop local networks.

Latest SCAM Alerts

Suspicious Telephone Call - Item 1

Hampshire Trading Standards Service
Suspicious Telephone Call

Caller claims to be calling from the Citizens Advice Bureau, and offers to help clear outstanding debts. The caller may claim that they have been asked to contact the resident by a concerned person.

Citizens Advice will not contact residents in this way.

Any persons affected by debt can seek advice though their local Citizens Advice. Details of how to find a local Citizens Advice can be found on www.citizensadvice.org.uk

To report scams or to get advice, call our partners at the Citizens Advice Consumer Services on 03454 04 05 06

Scams can also be reported to the Police via www.actionfraud.police.uk or 0300 123 2040

Suspicious Telephone Call - Item 2

Hampshire Trading Standards Service
Suspicious Telephone Call

Caller claims to be assisting the Police and Ambulance Service.

They offer a visit to carry out a security check, & to see if medical assistance is required.

Residents are urged not to agree to a visit, or to engage in conversation.

This may be an attempt at selling a home security system or burglar alarm, exaggerated claims about the effectiveness may be made.

For a ‘Buy With Confidence’ directory of traders approved by Trading Standards, to report scams or to get advice, call our partners at the Citizens Advice Consumer Services on 03454 04 05 06

Scams can also be reported to the Police via www.actionfraud.police.uk or 0300 123 2040

Buy With Confidence

buywithconfidencePrevent ‘Rogue Traders’ by using the ‘Buy With Confidence’ Scheme - Members of Hampshire County Council Trading Standards Buy With Confidence scheme are fully audited to ensure their trading practices are legal, honest and fair. All members have been checked for trustworthiness and compliance with consumer protection laws. Details can be obtained by telephoning 01962 833620, emailing buy.with.confidence@hants.gov.uk or via the website www.buywithconfidence.gov.uk