On your bike. Transform a life.
Sunday 1st October—9am
Get your spokes spinning in Canine Partners’ cycling challenge event.
Call & Go (operated by Community First) are extending their range of bus services in our area. The new services are:
Every Wednesday morning to and from Petersfield
The first and third Saturday of each month to Petersfield
Fourth Saturday of each month to Winchester, Southampton, Portsmouth and Chichester
The services are available to anyone with a bus pass, a blue badge or who has no other method of transport.
Users need to pre-register with Community First. Please telephone 01420 475759 (between 9am -5pm Monday to Friday) and request a registration form.
Please see the attached note about the new play park at Newman Collard and extension of the facilities in the adjoining open area for older children. Many thanks to all the children who took part in the consultations last year – these fully informed the proposals and I am sure that the children will be able to see their input in the equipment selected and will look forward to the improvements in play provision. The work will commence on 18 September and the fenced play area will be closed while the works take place. The aim is to open the new facility ready for the half-term. We will organise an event to mark this and will invite you to come along in due course.
East Hampshire District Council is supporting the Ahmaddiyya Muslim Association’s Charity Walk for Peace.
The five-mile walk will be held at 11am on Saturday 9 September and will raise money for local charities and serve to strengthen ties across the community.
The walk starts at Bentley Station and ends at Alice Holt Forest Centre.
This is the first time the walk will be held in East Hampshire and will raise funds for Home-Start Weywater and Home-Start Butser and for the Southern Domestic Abuse Society.
View the leaflet for Club Morgan summer clubs for 5-16 years. Plus 2 chill out days just for Teens (and anyone of secondary school age) on 9th and 10th of August. More details at www.elsadonovan.com
There has been a roaming Peacock sightseeing the village of Liss. If anyone knows of anyone who maybe missing him, or know of where he belongs he has currently taken up residence in Western Road.
Local residents should by now have received the latest Triangle News through their letterbox … but you can now download it direct from our website.