Eastleigh Borough Council's Friday Night Football returns on Friday 16th April - more information can be found here.
Informal 5-a-side football for boys and girls of all abilities, aged 10-19.
£1 per session, no need to book, simply pay as you go 49 weeks of the year.
Sessions generally consist of 5-a-side matches and led by qualified coaches, but content is led by participants.
Please note: all players must complete a participant consent form prior to playing (including those who attended pre-covid), please bring your completed form to the coach at the start of your first session.
Please do not attend if you feel unwell or have symptoms of COVID-19
When you arrive, please head straight to the pitches.
We have purchased a small number of 20mph & 30mph speed stickers that can be applied to wheelie bins.
These are available from the parish office during opening hours for parishioners of Hound on a first come, first come basis.
The Parish Office has now *reopened - Monday - Thursday 09:30-13:00 and Friday 09:30-12:00.
We are still available via telephone, email and live chat via our website www.houndparishcouncil.gov.uk/.
*Please ensure that you wear a mask when visiting the office for everyone's continued safety.
As a parish we are incredibly proud that HRH Prince Philip visited Netley.
He spent several school holidays during his teenage years as a guest of Colonel Richard Crichton at Fishponds, Fountains Park.
We learned of this information from the Netley History Society and if you are interested in learning more, you can visit their website here.
After the success of last years Hound in Bloom competition, we are pleased to announce that we will be continuing it this year.
Entries will be divided into the following categories:
We have some free packets of seeds available from the parish office if you would like to pick some up and the competition will close on Sunday 29th August.
We are pleased to advise that the parish office will re-open on Monday 12th April.
Monday - Thursday 09:30-13:00 and Friday 09:30 - 12:00
Roads to be Closed:
The closure will cover the full rail over bridge on Hamble Lane, and will also be closed 20m either side
Via Hamble Lane- B3397, High Street, Satchell Lane and vice versa
Period of Closure:
Sunday 6th June 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 Sunday 6th June 2021, 19:00 to Monday 7th June 2021, 04:00
We have received the below update:
We are writing to advise that we will be revisiting M27 Junction 7 Hedge to undertake remedial works to the traffic signals and road markings reinstatement.
The works will take place overnight on Tuesday 20 April 2021.
For the safety of our workforce and customers, we will close the junction 7 roundabout and all approach roads overnight, between 9pm and 6am.
Signed diversions will be in place and heavy goods vehicles will be diverted via junction 8 to access Hedge End.
As part of these overnight closures, we will need to close Charles Watts Way from the Tollbar Way roundabout to the junction 7 roundabout. This will mean that access into retail park will be restricted, for Starbucks, SCS, Oak Furniture Land, Next Home, DFS and Carphone Warehouse
We will be able to safely escort vehicles out from the car park, but will not be able to provide access to your store for customers, staff or deliveries after 9pm.
Please be aware that these works are subject to change due to weather conditions or unforeseen circumstances.
We would like to apologise in advance for any inconvenience or disruption during our work. If you have any questions, or if you’d like you know more about our work please email us at email@example.com or call us on 0300 123 5000.
Area 3 Communications
Closure of the top of B3036 Upper Northam Road (from Hedge End Centre) and of the slip roads at junction 7
Closure of Charles Watts Way Link (east of the M27/Hedge End)
Closure of Charles Watts Way Link (west of the M27/Bursledon)
The March edition of the police newsletter is now available here.
Please see the letter we have received from Paul Holmes MP regarding a pedestrian crossing on Grange Road.
Hound Parish Council News Blog.