Recycle your unwanted electrical items
In aid of Recycle Week 2013, we have teamed up with Recycle for Hampshire and WeeeCare to help you recycle your unwanted electrical appliances. From 17 - 21 June, collection points are available at our information offices making it easy and convenient for you to drop off any old or broken kettles, toasters and hairdryers. Find out what else you can recycle and find a collection point near you.
New Forest Access For All Awards 2013
For some people, being able to enter their local shop or access facilities in their community can be difficult. This year's New Forest Access For All Awards hope to recognise organisations in the New Forest that have provided improved access and have made life easier for people with disabilities or frail members of the community. Find out how you can say thanks and win a box a chocolates!
Help improve broadband speeds in the New Forest
Together with partnering authorities, New Forest District Council has invested £5 million to ensure at least 90% of all Hampshire residents will soon have access to superfast broadband. We now need as many people as possible to complete our online survey, which will help influence how and where the project is rolled out. All responses will be treated confidentially. Complete survey
Household glass collection starting in your area
We are currently delivering container boxes and information booklets to households (excluding flats) in Eling, Marchwood, Hythe, Dibden, Dibden Purlieu, Butts Ash, Fawley, Holbury, Blackfield, Calshot, Lyndhurst, Ashurst, Woodlands, Netley Marsh and Cadnam as part of the phase one rollout of our new household glass collection service. Find out when the service starts in your area.