The Cllrs and Staff at Horndean Parish Council would like to invite us all to the carol service on Tuesday 11th December starting at 7:00pm in the square in Horndean. Please bring a few coins for the charity collection supporting the Two Saints Charity.
Urgent Police Appeal
FOUR boys, who attempted to a rob a man in Clanfield were armed with a ‘small axe’. Police are investigating the incident which took place at 12.15am on Sunday in South Lane Meadow, off South Lane. A police spokeswoman said: ‘At about 12.15am a 21-year-old man was walking through the field off of South Lane when he was approached by four boys.
One of the boys had a knife and demanded the man’s phone and wallet. At that time another boy produced a weapon, which was described as a small axe. ‘The man fought off the boy with the knife and fled the scene.’
The boy with the knife was described as aged between 10 and 16 years old, five foot eight with dark hair. He was wearing black jeans and a dark grey hoody with a Thorpe Park ‘swarm grenade’ logo. A police spokeswoman added: ‘We’d like to hear from anyone who recognises the boy from the description given.
‘Does your son, or any of your children’s friends have a hoody like the one described? Was your son out in the early hours of Sunday? Did he come home with any injuries?’ Call police on 101.
Read more at: https://www.portsmouth.co.uk/news/crime/four-boys-armed-with-axe-and-knife-attempt-to-rob-man-in-clanfield-1-8712797
So this blog has now had 199,971 visitors. With nearly 1,000 posts covering local issues and about 2000 comments I am so very proud of the number of visitors and hope it has helped to keep people up to date with some local affairs.
Every time you visit the counter increases by one. I’d be really pleased to give a bottle of Champagne to the 200,000’th visitor.
A screen shot posted as a comment showing the visitor number will do. On a laptop it’s on the RHS, mobile phone scroll down.
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So in May 2019 all of the seats at EHDC are up for election. In Horndean there are 5 local Councillors at District Level and some of the current members are planning on standing down. If you are interested in taking on a different role for a while and representing your local community then you might consider this…
If you would like to find out more about what this involves then feel free to email me on email@example.com or ask one of my colleagues.
District level politics is not about national policy or being a hard core politician. It is just about looking after local issues and representing your community well.
What do you think?
Everyone has their view and we want to hear yours.
EHDC makes lots of decisions about how run its services every day and we use the best research and data we have available. But nothing is as valuable as knowing what our residents think. To help us make well-informed decisions we want to find out resident’s views on hot topics that make a big difference to the district.
We need residents to step forward and share their views with us via a new online panel. Are you up to the task?
If you’d like to join, we would ask you to take part in no more than six surveys a year. The survey could be just a single question, or up to 20 questions. They will cover a wide range of topics to help answer questions on the district – be it a service you receive or a masterplan for the future.
If you need an additional incentive, you will also be entered into an annual draw to win £150 for your efforts!
All your answers will be held in confidence and will meet the General Data Protection Regulations. Help us help the district – visit http://www.easthants.gov.uk/yourviews
for more information.
If you shop online, please could you sign up to easyfundraising to support Home-Start Butser?
It’s a really easy way to raise money for us – you just use the easyfundraising site to shop online with more than 3,300 well known online stores like Amazon, Argos, John Lewis, ASOS, Booking.com, eBay, Boden, and M&S and when you make a purchase, the retailer sends us a free donation, at no extra cost to you.
We want to raise as much as possible, so please visit our new easyfundraising page at https://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/hsbutser/ and click ‘support this cause’.
We are grateful for all your support. With very best wishes and many thanks from the Home-Start Butser team.
If you would like to know more about what we do and how you can support our work please take a look at our website http://www.homestart-butser.org.uk/ or call our office on 01730 233 755.
The next police surgery is on the 23rd November from 17:00 to 18:00 at Horndean Library – All are welcome!