Everton Village News

Bee conservation

17 February, 2021

Join the New Forest Big Bee Rescue!

We are Conservation Connection (a group of your own local conservation and wildlife enthusiasts and experts) and we want you to join our New Forest Big Bee Rescue this spring, a huge joint effort to make our area a wonderful […]

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Councillor case piechart Feb 2021

15 February, 2021

The Pot-Hole Kit & Caboodle…

During our recent rainy period, my councillor inbox was bombarded with irate messages about potholes and road flooding, asking “why the council tax is so high when the roads are in such a bad way”. This is a perfectly right […]

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covid-19-social-distancing

23 July, 2020

Moving forward from COVID-19 in Hampshire

Hampshire County Council recently published its Local Outbreak Plan, which sets out how they will work with the NHS, district and other councils to identify and contain local outbreaks of Coronavirus in the county. Its key focus areas are: Care […]

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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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