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ExxonMobil – Large Load

Exxon have one large load transporter arriving next Thursday, 21st July.  They have an estimated time of arrival between 10.00am and 11.00am.  They will be entering the Fawley site via the wide load gate.

The transporters will be travelling at about 20mph until they reach the wide load gate.  At this point it is likely that traffic will be held up slightly as the loads manoeuvre into the gate.  A support vehicle will be in attendance helping with traffic.

Letters will be sent to residents who live close-by on Monday/Tuesday and a notice will be displayed on  Exxon  hope that this does not cause you or any of the community any inconvenience.


Community Speed Watch in Fawley

The Clerk of Fawley Parish Council would like to thank the 42 residents that attended this event for their participation and overall enthusiasm for the proposal to start a ‘Community Speed Watch’ in Fawley.  As promised please find the findings from the speed indication device placed by Hampshire County Council that were presented to those present.

If you want to sign up to be part of the ‘Community Speed Watch’ please contact PC Andy Smith 24158  or PCSO Laura Willshire 12169

During the meeting other issues were raised regarding non speed related concerns, in particular inconsiderate parking in Church Lane and the unsafe pedestrian crossing from the footpath at the bottom of Church Lane and the main B3053 by the school.  These issues will be placed on the ‘Local Concerns’ page.

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.

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 or via the website