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Public can have their say on Hordle Village Design Statement

A new draft planning document designed to help maintain the local character and distinctiveness within Hordle parish will go on view for public consultation for six weeks from 22 August to 3 October 2014.

 
 
Individual Electoral Registration

The way we all register to vote is changing

The way you register to vote is changing across the UK.  Most electors will transfer to the new electoral register automatically, but some residents may need to take action to join the new register, even if they were registered in the past.

We will be writing to local residents to tell them whether they have transferred to the new register or if they need to take further action.  You could be one who needs to re-register so it is important that you look out for a letter towards the end of July that will tell you if action is needed.

 
 
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Residents warned about bogus cold callers.
The beauty of the Forest is in their hands
Household glass collection calendars.
Flood support schemes.
Council hits the big four-0.
Alabama Rot - an unexplained dog illness.