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World War One Centenary – Lights Out

LIGHTS OUT is an invitation to everyone in the UK to turn off their lights from 10pm until 11pm on 4th August 2014, leaving a single light on or candle burning for a shared moment of reflection. This will mark the hour that Britain entered World War 1 one hundred years ago. The British Foreign Secretary (Viscount Edward Grey) on the outbreak of WW1 said “the lamps are going out all over Europe, we shall not see them lit again in our time”

What will your children be doing this summer?

Safer New ForestSchool’s out for the long summer holiday and parents are reminded to check where their older children are going and who with.

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Don’t leave an open house invitation to burglars

Don’t help burglars break into your property by leaving tools lying around outside when you’re not at home.


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Free Electric Blanket Safety Checks

Electric BlanketOld or worn electric blankets could be dangerous and cause a fire.


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Safer Neighbourhoods Team

Safer NeighbourhoodsCome and meet your Safer Neighbourhoods Team at Morrisons, Long Lane, Holbury on Tuesday 29 July from 11am, at Blackfield Tesco Express Store on 6 August from 12pm, at The Co-Op, Long Lane, Holbury on Tuesday 12 August from 5pm and at Morrisons, Long Lane, Holbury on Tuesday 26 August from 11am,

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Exbury’s secret treasures waiting to be discovered this summer

New Children's Play Area at Exbury Gardens © Tourist NetworkExbury’s 200 acre woodland garden in the New Forest is renowned the world over for its unrivalled collections of spring and early summer flowering trees and shrubs.


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Report antisocial behaviour in your neighbourhood

Safer New Forest“You don’t have to put up with antisocial behaviour in your neighbourhood” – that’s the message being given to victims in the New Forest.


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Electoral registration system is changing this summer

Over the summer, all New Forest District Council residents will receive a letter telling them about the biggest change to the electoral registration system in nearly 100 years.


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Waterside Natural History Society visit Mottisfont

Visitors to the National Trust Mottisfont Abbey and gardens can look forward to a good day out but many are unaware that the countryside around the village of Mottisfont can be equally rewarding.


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Bus Timetables

BlueStar busMore information can be found by visiting www.bluestarbus.co.uk

 

DVDs show the New Forest in the Past

Revisit the Fawley area in the last century, courtesy of the Fawley Refinery. (Sponsored by ExxonMobil)

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Have you tried the New Forest East Freecycle?

FreecycleThe New Forest East Freecycle® group is open to all who want to "recycle" items they no longer need, rather than throw them away. Whether it's a chair, a fax machine, piano or an old door, you can offer it on our group. Or maybe you're looking to acquire something yourself! Nonprofit groups are welcome too! This group is part of The Freecycle Network, a nonprofit organization and a movement of people interested in keeping good stuff out of landfill.
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and start Freecycling!

101 Is The Number To Call For Non-Emergencies

Hampshire Constabulary logoYou should phone 101 for less urgent crime and disorder and for general police enquiries.

 

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Dogs on your land (PDF)

dogThis guidance will help if pet dogs are causing problems
on your farm, estate, shoot, livery or nature reserve.
Recent research in Hampshire gives us a better
understanding of why dog owners do what they do.

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Fawley Parish Council

Fawley Parish Councils Agendas, Minutes and other information can be read using the following links.

Volunteering:

Fawley and District Volunteer Care Group are desperately seeking Volunteer Drivers, can you help?

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