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Bag It & Bin It!

This video from Hampshire Countryside Service explains why it is so important that dog owners are responsible and clear up after their dogs. Dog faeces can be dangerous to anyone but particularly…

Hampshire County Council Bulletin – June 2021

June’s bulletin from Hampshire County Council covers topics including the extension of the Household Waste Recycling Centre booking system, and two budgetary consultations – the first asking for your feedback…

Update from the District Commander at Hampshire Constabulary

Chief Inspector Marcus Cator, the District Commander for Eastleigh, joined our June Parish Council meeting. Marcus has been in post for 12 months, and he’s particularly keen to build on existing…

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🚨Changes to funded childcare for working parents🚨

If you’re planning to return to work after parental leave, or are already back at work, you’ll want to know what childcare funding you’re now eligible for, and when and how to apply.

The number of hours of funded childcare you can get depends on your child’s age.

The age categories have recently been extended for eligible working parents to include children aged from 9 months to 23 months.

From September:

🔵When your child is 9 months' old, up to the day before their third birthday, you can get up to 15 hours a week of funded childcare. You can apply when your child is aged 23 weeks.
🔵If your child is 3 to 4 years' old, you can get up to 30 hours a week of funded childcare. You can apply when your child is aged 2 years and 36 weeks.

Apply now 🧒
www.childcarechoices.gov.uk/
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🚨Changes to funded childcare for working parents🚨If you’re planning to return to work after parental leave, or are already back at work, you’ll want to know what childcare funding you’re now eligible for, and when and how to apply.The number of hours of funded childcare you can get depends on your child’s age.The age categories have recently been extended for eligible working parents to include children aged from 9 months to 23 months.From September:🔵When your child is 9 months old, up to the day before their third birthday, you can get up to 15 hours a week of funded childcare.  You can apply when your child is aged 23 weeks.
🔵If your child is 3 to 4 years old, you can get up to 30 hours a week of funded childcare. You can apply when your child is aged 2 years and 36 weeks.Apply now 🧒
https://www.childcarechoices.gov.uk/

Many Hampshire roads are getting a new lease of life this summer as Hampshire County Council's annual programme of road surface strengthening gets underway.

HCC understands that potholes and other road defects cause frustration, which is why they are investing in a range of ways to make Hampshire’s roads stronger, such as surface dressing – which helps slow natural deterioration, reduce the number of potholes, and increase road-grip to boost safety.

The strengthening programme targets roads that carry the most traffic and so are most at risk of wear and tear – which helps taxpayers’ money go further.

You can help us by reporting any potholes or road defects you spot in Hampshire using this link👇
www.hants.gov.uk/transport/highways
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Many Hampshire roads are getting a new lease of life this summer as Hampshire County Councils annual programme of road surface strengthening gets underway.HCC understands that potholes and other road defects cause frustration, which is why they are investing in a range of ways to make Hampshire’s roads stronger, such as surface dressing – which helps slow natural deterioration, reduce the number of potholes, and increase road-grip to boost safety.The strengthening programme targets roads that carry the most traffic and so are most at risk of wear and tear – which helps taxpayers’ money go further.You can help us by reporting any potholes or road defects you spot in Hampshire using this link👇
https://www.hants.gov.uk/transport/highways

The 2024 Summer Reading Challenge for children aged 4 to 11 has kicked off at Hampshire’s libraries and will run until Saturday, September 7. This initiative encourages children to read six books during the school summer holidays.

This year's theme is ‘Marvellous Makers,’ inspiring children to explore new books that connect with their favorite creative activities, whether it’s storytelling, dancing, or photography.

Participants can earn reading stickers for their Challenge card, and those who complete the challenge will be entered into a prize draw to win an iPad tablet. Additionally, every child who finishes the Challenge will receive a certificate to display proudly!

You can sign up your child here:
www.hants.gov.uk/librariesandarchives/library/kids-zone
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The 2024 Summer Reading Challenge for children aged 4 to 11 has kicked off at Hampshire’s libraries and will run until Saturday, September 7. This initiative encourages children to read six books during the school summer holidays.This years theme is ‘Marvellous Makers,’ inspiring children to explore new books that connect with their favorite creative activities, whether it’s storytelling, dancing, or photography.Participants can earn reading stickers for their Challenge card, and those who complete the challenge will be entered into a prize draw to win an iPad tablet. Additionally, every child who finishes the Challenge will receive a certificate to display proudly!You can sign up your child here:
https://www.hants.gov.uk/librariesandarchives/library/kids-zone
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