Rooksdown Parish Council is the lowest tier of local government, looking after the people of the Rooksdown community in Basingstoke. Here you can find details of council meetings, finances community facilities, Facebook groups, allotments, and back copies of the Rooksdown Reporter – the community newsletter. And if you’re interested in having a say in local affairs, why not come to a council meeting? If you really want a say, why not become a parish councillor? To discuss any of these issues, or just to find out more about Rooksdown, just phone the parish office on 07928 129122 or email .
The Hampshire Together engagement programme has been set up to encourage everyone to have their say on the modernisation of health and care services in the county.
To give residents across the borough a final chance to contribute to the programme, Hampshire Together will be running virtual sessions today (28 July) and Thursday 6 August. For more information on these events and to book your place, visit www.hampshiretogether.nhs.uk/events.
Weekly waste collections in Basingstoke and Deane are set to resume from Monday 17 August as staffing for the bin collection service stabilises during the pandemic. See the BDBC news page for further information
The temporary road closure put in place by Hampshire County Council in Chapel Hill Road in Basingstoke, to allow more space for social distancing by those walking and cycling, is being removed it was not supported by local people and was not working effectively. It was due to have been removed by the end of last week.
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