The Promotion and Presentation Group has been working on a new emblem for Titchfield. The proposed emblem will be on display at the Village Fete on 12th May.
Details of the new emblem are here: THE-PROPOSED-TITCHFIELD-EMBLEM-EXPLAINED (4)
Your comments are invited.
If you are still opposed to the proposal then the best thing to do is submit your objection again, even though you may have objected the first time around.
A house visit today from the police, on their way to visit the person with the video footage. Later in the day, a follow up telephone call from the police to report that on this occasion there was no useful footage for them to work with. Better luck next time. Perhaps if more of us had cameras installed………?
The attached document shows the Forum’s proposal currently with FBC. It contains a request for a change to the Titchfield Urban Boundary and gives the reasons why the Forum is not proposing any sites for housing development within the neighbourhood plan area.
What follows is an extract from a letter sent to all FBC Councillors regarding the deployment of Automatic Number Plate recognition cameras in the Borough
The ANPR cameras have been deployed in 27 locations across Fareham as part of a study required in relation to the air quality exceedance that has been identified by DEFRA/DfT as part of the Government’s commitment National Air Quality Plan to address nitrogen dioxide exceedences along the A27 and A32 in the vicinity of Fareham Town Centre. The survey is being funded by DEFRA and the cameras will be in situ for 1 week. The camera locations allow monitoring of all vehicle types entering the area of exceedence and a plan of the locations is attached for your reference.
The ANPR cameras have been commissioned jointly by Fareham Borough Council and Hampshire County Council and have all the required permissions from Hampshire Highways in place.
The data from the cameras will be used to inform the evidence base for the air quality plan that will need to be developed for the A27/A32 adjacent to Fareham town centre.
The Police are interested in speaking to anyone who has seen or heard anything that might relate to the recent theft of lead from various houses. If you have any info please dial 101 and quote this case no: 4417-045-3133.
Please be aware that lead is being systematically stolen around the area. Last week West Street, today High Street. Mostly it is flashings on porches and over windows. The police are aware.
After recovering from the wonderful news about our South /South East England award we headed off to the Borough awards at Ferneham Hall.
Congratulations to the Borough as the Hall looked amazing decorated with hanging baskets, floral displays and wonderful tables . We were delighted to receive a Borough award for Community Gardening from the Mayor and Leader of the Council . Both awards will go on display when we have consulted on the best place for the Village.
Work has started already for next year . We are having a pumpkin carving or decorating competition . You can bring pumpkins to the Village Green on Saturday 28th October between 12 to 4 and prizes will be awarded at 4.
On Sunday 29th October we will be bulb planting from 10.30 until 12.00. Come and join us on the Village Green .
Very exciting news about the Wild Flower meadow to be planted in the churchyard. Come and hear about it and help out on October 26th 11 until 1.00. Tim Mason is leading this and Village in Bloom will be supporting this as much as possible
Why not plant your pots with bulbs and put them outside to keep the village looking superb all year
Tim Mason has asked if we would forward this exciting news .
If you have any queries, please would you contact Tim directly: