As the worldwide battle against COVID-19 continues, ExxonMobil Fawley is playing its part in fighting the disease, in particular by becoming a key player in the vaccine supply chain.
Providing education opportunities for crew members and young people in the community will be the focus of a £3,500 donation made by ExxonMobil Fawley to Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance (HIOWAA).
KDay Consultancy are undertaking some research into how accessible and available information is around Domestic Abuse and Sexual Crime services across Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Portsmouth and Southampton.
Much-needed repairs to a 12th century church with close links to ExxonMobil Fawley are a step closer thanks to a donation from the site.
The New Forest National Park remains one of the few places in England where the ancient tradition of commoning is still widely practised.
A New Forest charity has thanked ExxonMobil Fawley for its contribution towards the launch of a new pilot scheme aimed at helping people in need to access its vital services.
Staff from a Waterside children’s nursery say they will have “peace of mind” thanks to a donation from ExxonMobil Fawley that will be used to buy COVID-19 testing kits.
Three vital community support groups have been given a welcome boost with a £1,750 contribution from ExxonMobil Fawley. Families Matter is a small charity based at Cornerstone Hythe United Reformed Church offering support to a wide range of people across the Waterside area.
A community garden in the grounds of a local medical centre will blossom a little more this year thanks to a contribution from ExxonMobil Fawley.
The “Healthy Haven” garden at the Waterside Medical Practice, Beaulieu Road, Hythe, is run by volunteers for the benefit of patients, staff and the general public.
With the spring half-term holiday ahead, Hampshire County Council is reminding people to act responsibly and follow latest Government guidance when exercising in their local outdoor spaces.
Hundreds of elderly and vulnerable people across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight will be given carbon monoxide (CO) detectors as part of a campaign led by the Blue Lamp Trust and supported by ExxonMobil Fawley.
Hampshire County Council is advising Hampshire residents that anyone who needs help during the national lockdown can access support seven days a week via a dedicated helpline.
COVID-19: Tier 4 (Stay at Home) restrictions for the whole of Hampshire will come into force on 31 December
From 00.01 on 31 December, the New Forest will join the rest of the Hampshire County Council local authority area in Tier 4 (Stay at Home).
New tool shows what climate change might look like in your area
Starting on Wednesday 2 December, new local Tiers will replace national restrictions across England, with Hampshire placed under High (Tier 2).
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