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05 January, 2018

Bentworth Parish Council Meeting Minutes – 5th December 2017

Meetings Minutes Parish Council

The minutes of the Bentworth Parish Council meeting held on 5th December 2017 are available to download below.

27 December, 2017

Bentworth Care Group

Care Group The Villager

Should any villager need transport to any medical appointment, in January, then please ring any of the following drivers Sally Magill 568139; Jackie Crawford 561281; Lucia Constant 562283 ...

27 December, 2017

Neighbourhood Watch

Crimestoppers The Villager

The police would like to remind everyone that there are some unpleasant folks around who prey on the elderly members of our society. They purport to be calling from the Bank or from the Police and gently lead people to giving out their bank details. This is something that does not happen with genuine calls from banks or the police. ...

27 December, 2017

Church Tidy Up – Thank You

Church The Villager

The PCC would like to thank everyone who helped with the annual Autumn Tidy up this year. Owing to the weather it took place on two different days in November, with those who couldn’t manage either date doing their bit when it suited them. Drains and gutters were cleared, headstones freed from ivy and the last of the leaves swept up. One of the main targets was the bit in the middle by the lime trees which had become rather overgrown. Hopefully now that some of the older graves have been cleared and exposed and the grass around them cut it will be easier to keep under control in the future. ...

27 December, 2017

Bentworth Parish Neighbourhood Plan

Neighbourhood Plan The Villager

Many thanks to everyone who attended the Public Meeting on 28th November. We had well over 100 people in the Jubilee Hall, standing room only! The remarks made by all the speakers will be posted soon on the Parish Council website, so that those who could not attend can bring themselves up to speed. May I remind parishioners that all the key documents, maps and Frequently Asked Questions are on the website in a section covering the Neighbourhood Plan: ...

27 December, 2017

Rural Crime Meeting – 20th November 2017

Crimestoppers Parish Council

I attended the above meeting which was hosted by the police, country watch, EHDC and others at Penns Place. The subjects covered included cyber-crimes, abuse, flytipping, hare coursing, livestock worrying, nuisance caused by off-roader motor cyclists. Sadly, although I know that an invitation was sent out to Parish Councils, community groups and other interested persons, within the EHDC district, only about 40 people turned up. ...

27 December, 2017

Fraud Warning

Crimestoppers The Villager

The Alton Neighbourhood Policing team together with our colleagues in East Hampshire would like to request your help in sharing the information that follows with your friends, neighbours and relatives particularly the older generation who may not have internet access. ...

27 December, 2017

Garden Notes

Garden Club The Villager

You must have some plants to cheer you up in winter and viburnum tinus is one of them, evergreen with white flowers for months. The variety Eve Price is more compact than the type and has pink buds opening white. This is a useful shrub that will flower in some shade if needed and can be treated like a hedge and cut back in spring after flowering. The other taller shrub I have is another viburnum, viburnum x bodnantense ‘Dawn’, not evergreen but with pink scented flowers whenever the weather is kind. Shorter than these is the winter flowering honeysuckle. lonicera x purpusii. This is a bush not a climber and has very scented flowers. They are not showy, but brought into the house to put with other flowers they are lovely. It is semi evergreen but I pick the leaves off to enjoy it. You can hack this back after flowering if you need to. ...

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