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School Governors Needed at Local Schools

There are more than 500 schools in Hampshire and they all need committed volunteers to be school governors. Being a school governor means being interested in getting the best education for the pupils at the school. Governors can become involved in a range of school matters, which can include recruitment, finance and curriculum. They also provide a strong link between Read More


Reporting a crime or incident

Always call 999 in an emergency, for example: – an incident is happening now – life is at immediate risk – a suspect is on scene If it’s not an emergency, you can call 101 for enquiries and to report non-urgent crimes. You can also report a crime online at click here or https://www.facewatch-platform.co.uk/olcr-portal/ The report will be sent to Read More


Clanfield Bowls and Social Club Information Day – Saturday 17th February

Clanfield Bowls and Social Club Information Day: The Trustees of the proposed Clanfield Bowls and Social Club are holding an information day in Clanfield Village between 10am and 3pm on Saturday 17th February 2018. They have already had a fantastic response from Villagers who had previously registered their interest so registration beforehand will help them manage the numbers attending. The Read More


Windmill View Residents Meeting – Monday 5th March – Save the date!

Want to know what is happening at Windmill View? The Windmill View Residents Association are holding an open meeting for residents of Windmill View: Monday 5th March @ St James Church Hall starting at 7.30pm. We will have representation from the Parish Council, East Hants District Council, Gateway and Radian. Get involved in your local community!


The naming of the roads on Windmill View

The proposed road names for the Windmill View development were to be Vernon Road, Tangmere Road, Dryad Place, Haslar Drive, Dolphin Street, Goodwood Drive, Daedalus Close, Mercury Close & Thorney Way, which would have been suitable for a Forces married quarters, but not for a Village. Luckily, people found out what was proposed, so Ex-EHDC Councillor Peter Rodgers sent out Read More


How did Endal Way get its name?

Endal Way was named after a remarkable dog named Endal who was voted Dog of the Millennium’ Endal was a pedigree male labrador retriever whose abilities as a service dog and as an ambassador for service dog charitable work received worldwide new media coverage. Among other distinctions, Endal was described as “the most decorated dog in the world” (including “Dog Read More


Construction of Bund – Endal Way

Permission has now been granted by the planning department to construct a bund around the large field at Endal Way to protect the land from unauthorised vehicular access.


Parking – a polite reminder

Parking on Windmill View estate As I am sure many residents are aware there are several parking issues on the estate and several cars are parked in locations that are considered inconsiderate by many residents. This is a situation that affects us all on the estate. We are all painfully aware that the estate does not have sufficient areas for Read More


Current Roadworks

David Wilson Homes are currently completing the necessary snagging works in order for HCC Highways to adopt the estate roads across Windmill View. The works should be completed by the end of this month. Apparently a letter drop was done to all residents along with a drawing showing the diversion route when the pinch point is being addressed at the Read More


Construction of bund – Whiteland Way

Permission has now been granted by the planning department to construct a bund around the large field around Whiteland Way to protect the land from unauthorised vehicular access. Permission was granted on 10th January 2018.