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The Annual Governance and Accountability Return for 2019/20 has now been approved by the Full Council and sent to the external auditor.
To view this year's return click here.
As part of the process there is now a period during which electors and interested persons may exercise their rights relating to the annual accounts.
This year the period for the exercise of those rights begins on Tuesday 1st September and runs through to Monday 12th October.
A document giving more details on what those rights are and how to exercise them can be found by clicking here.
SOUTHERN WATER PRIORITY SERVICES REGISTER
Southern water have a register for those who may need help either with reading their bills, their meter, or just being able to contact someone at Southern Water.
If you would benefit from large print or braille bills, talking bills, nominating someone to receive bills for you, help reading your meter, minicom, type talk, home visits or simply having your bill explained then you can register for these services.
Full information can be found here.
There is an online form to complete which can be found here.
Or if you prefer you can call the freephone helpline on 0800 027 0800 between 8am and 7pm from Monday to Friday.
TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF FOOTPATH 49
Hampshire County Council has made an Order under Section 14(1) a of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, to allow for works in connection with flooding issues to be completed once waters have receded.
The closure period started on 14th January 2020 and is expected to run until the 19th of June but if completed earlier then the path will reopen at that point.
The footpath runs along the Itchen from the bridge by the Hub down to Fish Hook Bay.
There is an alternative route via Chickenhall Lane.
Click here for full details.
Information on the various bus services can be found at the following links:
Unfortunately this year's planned carnival has had to be cancelled. The Carnival group regrets having to take the decision but feels that it would be irresponsible given the restrictions that still apply nationally to go ahead with such a large event.
It is hoped that a smaller event may be able to be held around Christmas, but that too will depend on the situation with coronavirus at the time.
Planning has already started for Carnival 2021
Tuesday 22 September 2020
Tuesday 22nd September 2020
Finance & General Purposes
Tuesday 13th October
Tuesday 6th October 2020
For further information
12th and 13th September 2020
Carnival - CANCELLED
Clerk - Mr David Wheal
Assistant Clerk - Mrs Cheryl Taylor
Cemeteries and Closed Churchyards
Assistant Clerk - Mrs Sophie Thorogood