Village News & Events:

Robert May’s School building works and likely congestion

OPC has received a letter from RMS regarding the building works and likely congestion. They are fairly certain that by the week commencing 5 November 2018, parking and bus lane ground works will have been completed.  This means that there should be fewer buses waiting in West Street.

The letter also includes dates when there may be more cars on the local roads up until Christmas.

Temporary road closure on A323 Fleet Road, Fleet

Update from Hart DC advising of a temporary road closure on A323 Fleet Road, Fleet. The A323 Fleet Road (at its junction with Pale Lane) will be closed for resurfacing works from 26 October 2018 for approximately three to five weekends (weather dependent). If you have any queries regarding this please contact Hampshire County Council direct on 0300 555 1388. Please see a A323 FLEET ROAD – Diversion which will be in place.

 

 

 

Dunleys Hill Resurfacing update

HCC have sent their apologies for the breakdown of the machinery yesterday which meant the road had to be closed for an extra 2 hours.  They have also advised that due to the weather conditions today, they will be unable to lay the road surface.  This will have to be done on Monday 15 October, which means that the road will be need to be closed between 9.30 and 4.30pm.

Active for All Afternoon

Everyone Active Hart Leisure Centre is hosting an afternoon of activities for disabled people and those with additional needs, families and carers on Saturday 3rd November 1 – 4pm. This fun, FREE event is open to children and adults, and the full programme can be found in the attached flyer and online at https://www.everyoneactive.com/news/active-for-all-afternoon/

The afternoon is an opportunity to try the facilities and a range of sessions, plus meet Paralympic Swimming Champion, Sascha Kindred CBE. Pre booking is advised and this can be done with the front of house team in centre or via phone 03330 050 134.

 

Carer’s Hubs

The Princess Royal Trust for Carers in Hampshire provides unpaid carers with regular access to support. Our Hubs are a one stop shop for carers offering advice and support plus access to other organisations and professionals.