Everton Village News

Azalea

15 January, 2020

Hampshire’s Climate Action Plan

My first New Year’s visit to Hampshire County Council was to attend a Cabinet meeting where progress on the council’s Climate Change Strategy and Action Plan was reported. The strategy is based on “stretching but achievable” targets to 2050, in […]

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SPC Glenn Anderson [Public domain]

19 November, 2019

Our Armed Forces in Hampshire

By the time this article is printed, I shall have laid several wreaths at memorials and services throughout my county division and Remembrance Day will be over. One service I always find most poignant happens in Milford, after the main […]

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Hamble Park

29 May, 2019

The Country Parks of Hampshire

Something you may not know about Hampshire County Council is that it owns a number of beautiful country parks and visitor farms and exciting children’s outdoor activity centres, open to the public. The council has worked hard over the past […]

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Everton Mens Shed

08 November, 2018

Why we need a ‘Men’s Shed’

At the County Council, I am a member of the select committee that looks at Public Health and we recently received a presentation about ‘Men’s Sheds’. I have to say that at first I was rather puzzled about the general […]

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Everton Village Commemorative Stone

07 November, 2018

The Everton Commemorative Stone

Early in 2018 a small working group, Pauline Breeze, Gordon Pound and Cheryl Fillmore, supported by the Everton Community Association began to consider the viability of providing a Commemorative Stone for Everton. The group’s initial idea focused on a War […]

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Lest We Forget

07 October, 2018

Lest we forget

During this last year, the ECA set up a small working party, led by Gordon Pound to work on the installation of a fitting public memorial to coincide with this year’s centenary celebration of the end of the First World […]

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Armistice Day

06 October, 2018

Armistice Day 2018

Armistice Day this year falls on a Sunday and as it will be the Centenary of the end of the Great War the service in St Mary’s will take on a particular significance. The eleventh of November has also come […]

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