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Ashurst and Colbury Village Design Statement – why does it matter?
Ashurst & Colbury Parish Council began to develop our current Village Design Statement in 2011. It provides guidelines about the design of any future development in the Village, and can be used as a reference by developers and residents when developing plans, and by Planning Committees when considering applications. This should enable any new development to make a positive contribution to the local distinctiveness of the parish. Continue reading
Resident requests for trees
Please contact Hampshire County Council direct on 0300 555 1388
Post Office Services at the Happy Cheese – Please use it or lose it!
Did you know that there is a Post Office available for use at the Happy Cheese on a Tuesday and Thursday?
Please use this valuable service otherwise Ashurst will lose the facility. Services are available from 11am-2pm and they offer the following:
Cash Deposits, Cash Withdrawals, Cheque Deposits
Pre Order Currency, Postal Services, Business Banking
Euro & USD, Gas Key/Electric Card, Stamps/Philately,
Dry Cleaning, Greetings Cards & Stationery
E Top ups, Magazine Orders, Drop & Go, Postal Orders
RESTART THE HEART DAY 2022 SATURDAY 12TH FEBRUARY
FREE DROP-IN SESSIONS
Learn CPR and how to use a Defibrillator
(covid safety measures in place)
Colbury Memorial Hall Ashurst Southampton SO40 7EL
Session 1: 09.45 a.m. and Session 2 11.00 a.m.
(each session lasts approximately 1 hour)
Book at www.heartbeat.co.uk
Do not respond to texts claiming to be from the NHS asking you to order Omicron polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test kits, this is a scam.
Remember, the NHS will never ask you for bank details.
Find out how to spot and report scam emails, text messages and phone calls here: https://www.ncsc.gov.uk/collection/phishing-scams
Welcome to the Parish Council Website for the villages of Ashurst and Colbury.
Whartons Lane Proposals
Land at Whartons Lane, Ashurst – opinions on the new site layout requested by developer.
Further to last night’s (20 July 2021) Planning Meeting, the Parish Council recommended REFUSAL (4) for the reasons listed