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Fair Oak and
Horton Heath Parish Council

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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.

Latest News & Facebook Posts from Fair Oak and Horton Heath Parish Council

Vacancy for Parish Councillor Position

By Council Admin | October 12, 2021

Interested in being a Parish Councillor? Are you interested in becoming a Parish Councillor and helping to shape local services in your area? If you are interested in serving as a Parish Councillor, you will need to: – meet the eligibility criteria set out below; complete and return the co-option application form; and Be able […]

Parish Council Tree Management Plan and Planting Schedule is open for consultation.

By Council Admin | October 1, 2021

We have prepared a tree strategy for the Parish that sets out our approach to managing trees. This document explains national and local policies, and how these translate into action to protect and manage trees for multiple benefits. The aim of the Management Plan and planting schedule is to help ensure that the Parish’s trees […]

Twynams Charities are looking for volunteers to fill the vacant positions on our Trustee Team. They are looking for people who can consider the big picture and who have good independent judgement and useful knowledge and skills.Twynam’s Charities were established between 1630 & 1840 for the ‘Relief of Need’ in residents of Bishopstoke, Fair Oak & Horton Heath. The Charity is run by a Team of voluntary Trustees, with advice from a paid Clerk who carries out day-to-day management of the charities assets. The charity owns five rented properties in Fair Oak Square. Surplus funds, are distributed at the discretion of the Trustees in line with the Charity’s stated objectives.All Trustees must have a connection with the communities of Bishopstoke, Fair Oak and Horton Heath. Experience of financial management or empathy with the needs of low income families and individuals is also highly desirable.For an initial informal discussion, please contact the Chair Anne Winstanley on 023 8064 1902 or at annemwinstanley@gmail.comThe deadline for applications will be Monday 15th November with the intention of appointing new Trustees by Monday 20th December. ... See MoreSee Less
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Message from Eastleigh Borough Council Engineers: Temporary closure of Blind Lane, Horton Heath for fibre optic cabling works. Road to be closed; Blind Lane from its junction with Burnetts Lane to junction with Botley Road Period of Closure: Monday 13th December 2021, 00:01 for a period of 1 week or when the works are completed, whichever is sooner. Notwithstanding it is expected that the road closure will be in force from Monday 13th December until Saturday 18th December 2021. Diversion route: Via Botley Road, Burnetts Lane and vice versa. ... See MoreSee Less
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