Hawkley Quarantimes #4

Issue 4 of the extremely entertaining  “Quarantimes”, a weekly newsletter to keep us occupied during our virus-dodging retreat. Quarantimes issue 4

Coronavirus Support Group

We are establishing a team of volunteers to support all those self-isolating because of Coronavirus. At this time of uncertainty, we want everyone in our community to know that they will not be alone. It is our intention that help will only be a call or email away. These volunteers will shop for groceries; collect... Continue Reading →

Parish Meeting Delayed

Dear Friends and Neighbours, The government has advised against all non-essential public meetings during the current Coronavirus pandemic, it has therefore been decided to delay the Annual General Meeting of the Parish of Colemore and Priors Dean for a year. Current officers will continue as far as possible, but if anyone has any objections, then... Continue Reading →

We Need You!

Our website is only as good as the content it contains and we need your help! Could you assist with any of the following: Photos taken locally, especially nature scenes and social events. Details of any clubs or societies within striking distance of the parish Articles, news and announcements - if you write it then... Continue Reading →

Bees & Honey

I like honey.  I also like my garden.  I don’t, however, like gardening nor the idea of dealing with bees close up or getting bitten.  So I called the Petersfield Bee Society, explained the situation and asked if any of their members might want to use my garden for their hives.  A few months passed... Continue Reading →

Call for Photos

The photos on the website are just placeholders, something to fill the gaps and get the site up and running. Some are quite dated, others low quality - we really need some better and more recent imagery to present our parish in the best possible light! If you have any nice photos taken in the... Continue Reading →

Fly Tipping in Priors Dean

Despite our best efforts as a community we are still suffering from fly tipping and littering along the roads and lanes of the parish. Fast food containers, household and garden waste, old tyres, even a dead dog have have been dumped (and cleared up) in recent months. East Hampshire District Council are responding to reports... Continue Reading →

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