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29 January, 2018

Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal 2017

The Villager

The Bentworth contribution to the appeal was £1869.42. This was raised by door to door collections, the School, the Sun Inn, the Remembrance Day church collection and gift aid. ...

29 January, 2018

Bentworth Parish Neighbourhood Plan

Neighbourhood Plan Parish Council

In the January issue of “The Villager” we thanked parishioners for attending the 28th November Public Meeting in such large numbers. We also invited comments on the draft Vision, Objectives, Policies and Community Aspiration, which we had presented at that meeting. ...

29 January, 2018

Lasham Gliding Society Winter Talks

Events The Villager

All talks are held on Saturday evening, will usually commence at 6pm and are held in the Brown Elephant briefing room. Although most of the events are free of charge it is customary that a silver collection is made at the end of each talk for the Lasham Trust or other deserving cause of the speaker’s choosing. ...

29 January, 2018

Garden Notes

Garden Club The Villager

Winter Beauty is the name of a clematis that I would hate to be without. It is flowering now with thick petalled creamy white bells. The leaves are evergreen and it is a vigorous grower. It is labelled borderline hardy but I have had it for years growing up the outside of my conservatory, with no nice warming wall at its back. The roots are covered by an abelia shrub so that offers it some protection. If it gets too big you cut it back after flowering. I prefer it to the rather flimsy clematis cirrhosa, again a creamy white bell, this time with varying amounts of maroon spots inside it. This can be very vigorous. The later flowering clematis armandii is very vigorous and the leaves are tough and dark green. I think this can be a bit of a thug and it often retains ugly dead leaves. ...

29 January, 2018

Farm Diary

The Villager

The January copy of the Villager contained comments about Neonicotinoid (neonic) seed dressings and a recent announcement by Michael Gove the Environment Secretary that was at best ill-informed and certainly misleading. ...

28 January, 2018

Get involved in a vital plan for the future

Parish Council Planning

East Hampshire residents are being urged to help update a plan that will touch the lives of people across large parts of the district. A plan that sets out houses, employment sites and infrastructure in the parts of East Hampshire outside the South Downs National Park is to be reviewed – and residents will have the chance to have their say. ...

24 January, 2018

Minutes of Parish Council Planning Meeting Minutes – 22nd January 2018

Meetings Minutes Parish Council Planning

The minutes of the Planning Committee meeting held on Monday 22nd January are available to download below.

18 January, 2018

Results of Expressions of Preference

Neighbourhood Plan

Thanks again to parishioners for attending the 28th November 2017 Public Meeting in such large numbers. We invited everyone to complete and expression of Preferences form, in which they could tell us whether they were in favour of one site or two, whether they wanted to see “affordable housing”, which site they preferred and whether they had any comments on the draft Vision, Objectives, Policies and Community Aspiration, which we had presented at that meeting. ...

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