Concessionary Travel - Important Information
For Passes Ending 31 March 2017
Hampshire County Council new concessionary bus passes will be issued prior to expiry in March 2017.
It is not necessary to enquire about a new bus pass unless your circumstances, address or appearance have changed.
If you do not receive a replacement bus pass once your current pass expires please contact the concessionary travel team via email:- email@example.com or ring 0300 555 1376 or visit the HCC website:- www.hants.gov.uk/transport
New Forest East District. Have your say on what our Community Policing Priorities should be in your area.
Your local Neighbourhood Policing Team needs your help in setting our Local Community Policing priorities for your area for the next 6 months. In order to ensure that we are working effectively in the community we need you to tell us what issues are affecting you the most. Our aim is to reduce anti-social behaviour and crime as well as to make your neighbourhood's safer places to live and work. All we ask is that you spare 5 minutes to complete this survey to give us a clear understanding of the issues that matter to you.
Roadside Salt Bins
Hampshire County Council has around 3500 roadside salt bins located across the highway network and we have been checking and replenishing these in recent weeks.
The bins are filled with a 50:50 mix of salt and grit and this can be freely used by members of the community for de-icing pavements and smaller access roads, and particularly those areas of public highway that are not covered by one of our main salting routes.
Please be aware that it only takes a tablespoon of salt/grit (roughly around 20 grams) to treat one square metre of road or pavement so a full bin can treat a substantial area.
If your local salt bin is less than ¾ full and needs refilling through the winter season the quickest way to let us know is via the specific link on our web page at
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.
The 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
Prevent ‘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 firstname.lastname@example.org or via the website www.buywithconfidence.gov.uk