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

Eastleigh BID Bike Security Scheme

August 19, 2019
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New Play area for Fair Oak

July 30, 2019

A new state-of-the-art play area has been opened in Fair Oak as part of an improvement project led by Fair Oak & Horton Heath Parish Council. The play facility, located in New Century Park, was officially opened during a ribbon cutting ceremony on 16 July by the Mayor of Eastleigh and the Chairman of the …

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Shorts Road, Fair Oak – Carriageway Resurfacing

July 10, 2019

Hampshire County Council will shortly be undertaking carriageway resurfacing works on Shorts Road from Fair Oak Road to Scout hut entrance. The works will start on Monday 29th July 2019 and are expected to last for 1 day. The road will be closed to vehicular traffic between the hours of 09:30 – 16:00hrs. Hampshire County …

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BRAND NEW PLAY AREA INSTALLED IN NEW CENTURY PARK, FAIR OAK

A new state-of-the-art play area has been opened in Fair Oak as part of an improvement project led by Fair Oak & Horton Heath Parish Council.
The play facility, located in New Century Park, was officially opened during a ribbon cutting ceremony on 16 July by the Mayor of Eastleigh and the Chairman of the Parish Council, along with children from Happy Days Preschool who were treated to a free ice-cream on one of the hottest days of the summer.
The opening, which marks phase one of the project at the park, comes after years of planning and saving by the Parish Council as well as utilising available Section 106 funding from Eastleigh Borough Council.
The play area design, installed by Vitaplay Ltd, was chosen by the Community following a community vote.
The next phase of the project will be to extend the community facilities to the site currently occupied by the Scout Hut, subject to completion of formal negotiations with the Scouting Association. The Parish Council will consult with residents via its website soon, to seek views on this second phase.
Cllr Helen Douglas, Chairman of the Parish Council, said at the opening of the ceremony: “It is great to see children of the Parish and their families enjoying the play area and making use of the new facilities. This is just the beginning of many improvements in the area and we will continue to listen to the needs of the residents to provide an enjoyable environment for all.”
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The Fair Oak Allotment Association held its annual BBQ, at the Knowle Park site, on Saturday 27th July and presented prizes to the winners of the "Best Kept Allotments 2019". Congratulations to everyone and a big thank you to the judges from the Fair Oak Gardening Club who had a very difficult task. ...

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