Elio and the team welcome you to No 4 London Road, the newly opened afternoon and evening spot in Horndean you need to visit soon.
FOUR have transformed the old Spar premises into a very smart wine bar tapas and pizza restaurant where delicious foods are quickly served.
Opening hours are:
Monday to Thursday 4pm to 11pm
Friday, Saturday 12pm to 11pm
Sunday 12pm to 10:30pm
The Centre of Horndean is slowly transforming into a great destination. The refurbished Nash Hall, re-fitted Ship and Bell and restyled Nico’s follow on from the welcome opening of Oh So’s.
Over the next few months Linden Homes will finally finish the car park and we expect to be able to give firm news on the new surgery soon.
FOUR has gotten off to a busy start and please support them as well as the other established businesses in Horndean
Sometime between dates/times 12/10/2017 19:00 – 14/10/2017 09:00 Unknown person/s have stolen number plates from a vehicle parked in Catherington Lane, Horndean.
Please read our advice below:
Park your car in a garage at night or park to prevent access to either front or rear number plate. Park in a safe public car park. If parking on a public road, park in a well-lit spot.
Use theft resistant number plates, which are designed to break apart if they are forcibly removed from a vehicle. Fit security screws. Simple anti-theft devices can be easily fitted with a screwdriver in place of existing screws, but cannot be removed using standard tools (use correct security screws appropriate for the pre-existing number plate screw size and application).
Ask members of the public to contact police if they notice a car with different number plates on the front and the back of the vehicle.
Leydene Attempted Burglary Wed 11 Oct
There was an attempt burglary between 2100 11/10/17 – 2130 11/10/17, in the area of Leydene farm gardens, Offenders tried to gain entry via a side door.
If you have any information in relation to the incident please ring 101 quote 44170395402.
Close and secure all gates when practicable, ensure garages and the vehicles inside are all secure. If possible install security lighting / CCTV.
Blendworth Lane Workshop Burglary Tues 10 Oct
Sometime between dates/times 10/10/2017 17:00 & 11/10/2017 08:00 Unknown person/s have gained access to a garden workshop in Blendworth Lane, Horndean. On this occasion Garden tools were stolen
Please read our advice below:
- Place all tools and garden equipment in locked sheds and garages.
- Secure more expensive items, e.g. mowers, bikes to an anchor point within the shed or garage.
- Mark all items with postcode and record serial numbers. e.g. UV pens or forensic marking kits. Register the details for free on www.immobilise.com
- Take photographs of items such as statues and garden furniture if they are unusual, for easy identification at a later date.
- Fit a shed alarm.
- Keep the structure in good repair.
- Consider covering windows with curtains to obscure the view of the contents.
- Consider external lighting.
- Ensure the garden fences are in good repair between neighbours to prevent unlawful access.
- Ensure side gates are locked to prevent access to the rear of the property.
Please ensure you are vigilant at all times, calling police to report any suspicious activity, not just around your own property but anything suspicious in your residential area and community.
In an emergency use 999 or 101 for non-emergency. It is not too late to report any suspicious activity to police. Alternatively report it via Crimestoppers charity on 0800 555 111 anonymously.
SUNDAY 12th NOVEMBER 2017
THE REMEMBRANCE SERVICE WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE
HORNDEAN WAR MEMORIAL, HORNDEAN SQUARE.
THE SERVICE WILL START AT APPROXIMATELY 10.40 AM.
Horndean Parish Council
Remembering the Men and Women of Horndean and surrounding area who gave their lives for our freedom
Representatives on Parade: Royal British Legion, Blendworth Brass Band, Horndean Band, Horndean Parish Council, East Hampshire District Councillors, Hampshire County Council, Royal Naval Association Waterlooville, National Malaya & Borneo Veterans Association, Fire and Rescue Service, Hampshire Constabulary, Maritime Training Corps Waterlooville, Horndean Army Cadet Force, Waterlooville Air Training Corps, Guide Association, Scout Association, The Women’s Royal Naval Service
As always everyone is welcome.
So Locally we are being targeted with some fly tipping again with multiple tips around Chalton, Finchdean, Blendworth and other outlying quiet lanes.
For reasons I disagree with, we (EHDC or even private land owners), are unable to put up trap cameras at regular fly tip spots as this intrudes on privacy and images collected from such devices are unlawful. Apparently the need to be able to fly tip, pee in a layby or just innocently drive by without our being intruded upon is sacrosanct and a greater good against the cost to society from cleaning up after these scum.
Personally I don’t mind being filmed, recorded or photographed as everything I do is either lawful or natural human nature…
So the latest fly tips targeted the track by the railway bridge at Chalton on route to Finchdean, and any information is welcomed.
Sonja Reams, one of thre Environmental officers from EHDC said that “My investigations have led to a householder giving a very clear account of a woman with a white van, accompanied by a teenage girl, knocking her door offering to take her waste which was in her garden for a fee of £50, this was later fly tipped just a few hours later. “Please be advised there are cold callers offering to take waste for a fee which has later been fly tipped within our community. If your waste is found fly tipped and you have not taken reasonable steps to ensure that the person at your door is a licensed waste carrier with the environment agency and obtained a written receipt detailing your waste, YOU could be held liable and be faced with legal action by EHDC. Fly tipping is a criminal offence and as a householder you have a responsibility to ensure your waste is taken and disposed of by licenced carriers only. If it sounds too good to be true then it probably is, don’t take the risk, check online that they are registered before you exchange your money for your waste. That sounds quite lengthy but you will understand the message I am trying to get out there.”
You can contact Sonja Reames on 01730 234061
FOR INFORMATION LEADING TO THE IDENTIFICATION OF ANY FLY TIPPER IN THE HORNDEAN AREA WHICH LEADS TO A PROCESUTION, I WILL GIVE £500 TO THE KEY PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR IDENTIFYING THE CULPRIT.
On Wednesday 04/10/2017 18:45 18:55. 3 Unknown males were disturbed by a resident returning home in Downwood Way, Horndean. The unknown males made off in a grey VW Golf. No entry was gained to the property but damage was caused to the rear patio doors and side gate. If you have any information that can help with this investigation then please contact Police on 101 and quote reference number: 44170385210
Over this last weekend (06/10/17 to 10/10/17) there were a number of burglaries across Horndean and Clanfield where homes have been targeted.
All the incidents took place in the early hours. Please ensure you lock all doors and windows, side gates are closed and locked if possible. Keep garages secured along with the car(s) inside. Be a good neighbour and keep an eye on your neighbours property.
If you see anything suspicious ring 101 for non emergency or 999 for an emergency. You may also ring Crime Stoppers on 0800 555 111 to make a report anonymously.
To discuss this or any other policing matter join the local Neighbourhood Policing Team at their next surgery at Horndean Library at the new time of 17:00 to 18:00 every 4 weeks. The next police surgery is on the 27th October and everyone as always is welcome.
The South Down Group invite you to a presentation of “The Secrets Of The Solent” including the Wildlife Trust’s new project to conserve marine life.
Wednesday 18th October at 7:30pm. As always the meetings are held at St Wilfred’s Hall and details below: