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Horton Heath Parish Council
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WELCOME TO
FAIR OAK AND HORTON HEATH
PARISH COUNCIL

Welcome to Fair Oak and Horton Heath Parish Council's website.  We hope you find it helpful and easy to use.  Our aim is to provide residents with information about their Parish Council and local area.

Fair Oak and Horton Heath are semi-rural villages set in the heart of South Hampshire.  Both villages are situated four miles away from the main town of Eastleigh.  Eastleigh is a suburban Borough that lies to the north of Southampton and to the south of Winchester.  The town has excellent communication links with Southampton International Airport, Southampton Parkway and Eastleigh Railway Stations, M3 and M27 motorways.

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Children’s Coronavirus Fact Sheet

July 8, 2020

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Stay Safe and Play Safe

July 3, 2020

Following Government guidance, Fair Oak & Horton Heath’s play areas and outdoor gym will now re-open from tomorrow, Saturday 4th July. If you and your family are thinking of popping along to one of the play areas or outdoor gym, we believe that with your continuing support, and everyone paying their part, visitors can stay …

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Burnetts Lane Temporary Road Closure – Information from EBC

June 29, 2020

Roads to be Closed: Burnetts Lane from its junction with the side road leading to Chalcroft Business Park for approx. 50 metres in a north-eastern direction. Period of Closure: Monday 3rd August 2020, 00:01 for 18 months or when the works are completed, whichever is sooner. The contractor expects the S278 and TRO in place …

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Some public art has been installed. The contractors will finish the first stage next week. The waymarkers are due to go in too. The Parish Council will remove the metal deer fence and replace with a more appropriate wooden fence in August. ...

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COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

We understand this is a worrying time for residents. Support, advice and information about coronavirus (COVID-19) can be found here: