Tuesday, 25 July 2017

Poppy Pods Competition

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To celebrate the first birthday of the Poppy Pods, they've got a very special competition.They are asking all the budding artists out there, aged between 6 and 12, to build their very own Poppy Pod! (Use our instructions to help you.) The last day you can submit your entry is 6 August.
The theme is: what I love about being outdoors, so keep this in mind when decorating your pod. The winner will receive an amazing Action Adventure Day at Tile Barn this summer.


If you would like a copy printed ask HIVE




Summer Activities -Handy Trust 2017


Dance Workshops -Summer Holidays at the Mulberry Centre


Marchwood: Mulberry Centre Coffee Morning


Marchwood Party in the Park: 5th August









Wrist bands can be bought from either the parish council office from 9am till 3pm or from the Marchwood Welcome Co-Op.

Friday, 21 July 2017

Calshot Activities Centre: Adventure Holidays.....


Adventure and Sailing holidays for kids are a great mix of adventure, challenge, excitement and fun. Our top class facilities, excellent equipment and experienced staff combine to make a stay with us a truly memorable experience.


Wednesday, 19 July 2017

Hythe Libary: Upcoming events

FREE 'Wild Animal' Crafts on Wednesday 26th July, 2pm - 4pm in the Community Room.
No need to book - just drop in.

Parents/carers should remain in library during the activity.



ZooLab's Animal Detectives
Monday, July 31 at 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM

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The Potting Shed Club’ for primary school age children (ages 4 – 11)

Join the Potting Shed Club

  

Patrick’s Patch runs ‘The Potting Shed Club’ for primary school age children (ages 4 – 11) every year.

The Potting Shed Club runs once a month from March to October on Saturday mornings 10am – 11.30am at Fairweathers Garden Centre, Beaulieu.

Essential to pre-book

Please read the full details here...

Carillionamey: Help from your Accommodation Officer



What type of issues do Accommodation Officers look after?

Each accommodation officer is responsible for looking after 300 – 350 Service family homes on their patch and managing some of the local works going in the area.
Accommodation Officers look after issues such as:
  • Graffiti
  • Potholes in the road
  • Litter around the area
  • Issues with blocked garages
  • Fallen trees
  • Street lights not working
  • Vandalism
  • Blocked drains in the street
  • Emptying the dog litter bins
  • Fencing
If you call our Customer Service Centre to report an issue with your area, the Accommodation Officer responsible will assess the issue and make sure any work required is carried out.

Telephone: 0800 707 6000 (lines open 24/7, 365 days per year). Call us from overseas: +44 151 728 1630


Garden Waste

New Forest District Councils fortnightly service offers an affordable way for
New Forest residents to recycle their garden waste.

How it works - See the full details...

Household recycling

Recycling is collected from all households in the New Forest every week in clear sacks.

What can't I put in the clear sack?
Missed collection
Bank holiday collections
Additional black and clear sacks