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Welcome - The Parish Council website has been revamped and is now a source of lots of new information. In addition to general Parish Council information, it also includes direct links to: schools, doctors, airports, rail, emergencies for water, gas etc., flooding, cost of living support, and a 'Report It' button to allow you to directly report Potholes, Fly Tipping, Missed Bin Collection etc., to either HCC or EHDC. 




W H A T 'S   H A P P E N I N G




21st - 30th May:  Hall Lane has been CLOSED for Gas works again.

21st May: Traffic Lights Wolfe Lane / B3006 Selborne Road

22nd May: Traffic Lights A32 (Mary Lane / Newton Lane)

27 May 2000 - 0600 28 May: the A32 will the overnight diversion route for the Hindhead Tunnel

Barleywood Farm Lane (Gaston Lane) Update 20/5)  From HCC - 'Initially it was believed that the issue was limited to leaning headwalls which had become detached from the ends of the culvert which runs underneath the road. However, after a detailed inspection it became clear that there were also cracks within the brick culvert as well as the defects visible at the ends. The nature of defects mean that any repairs would likely cause further damage to the main culvert structure. Therefore, a full replacement is going to be undertaken which will provide a durable, long-term solution avoiding the need to return in future years.

A detailed topographic survey of the wider area is scheduled for 29 May to facilitate the design for the replacement which is likely to be in the form of precast box units. Engineers are coordinating with the Ordinary Water Course Team to ensure any proposals for replacement are acceptable considering the area is susceptible to flooding. This may result in the culvert become slightly wider to accommodate a larger flow area. Liaison with the manufacturer of box culvert units is ongoing to establish lead in times for delivering units to site.

The road will remain closed until the culvert is fully replaced. Unfortunately, the estimated completion will not be known until the box unit / culvert manufacturer provides estimated delivery dates. Current thinking is that the road will re-open towards the end of summer.'


B3004 CLOSURE  - NOW OPEN  for 6 weeks then will close again. On 29 June it will close to through traffic again.  Local access will be maintained in both directions during the closure, up to the section of road where the team is working.


Advance Notice:  Jalsa Salana East Worldham  26-27-28 July - EXPECT MAJOR DELAYS


Please see 'Our Village / Issues' for reports on Farringdon Potholes / Drains




The Flood Alert is still in place


The Multi Use Games Area is now OPEN - The bench here is currently in the middle of being repaired and is being treated 

(please don't sit on it until 25th May)


(Dave Mattey's website - scroll down on site for graph)




D O C U M E N T S 






What to do if your bin wasn't collected | East Hampshire District Council (




P  A R I S H   C O U N C I L



Our Parish Clerk, Gary Lyle, works Tues/Wed/Thurs. If you need to contact the Parish Council urgently please email [email protected] and it will be picked up by one of us. 


Cllr Denise Maughan (Chair) ( Flooding & Community Resilience) - Re-elected 2024/25

Cllr Andy Clegg  (Vice Chair) (CIO / ASW) - Re-elected 2024/25

Cllr Tony Causton (Village Garden / Community Resilience)

Cllr Steven Doherty - Wi-fi

Cllr Delia Gilchrist - Finance

Cllr Marianne Prynne - Road Signage

Cllr David Williams - (Environment, Roads)  Flooding & Road Signage