More than 100 residents found their way to the launch of the new ‘pop-up’ community garden last weekend as Whitehill & Bordon continues to blossom into an even healthier town. The ‘Healthy Streets’ event, organised as part of East Hampshire District
The rich history of the Bordon Inclosure will be revealed to walkers through two new interpretation boards placed in the beauty spot. The boards have been installed by the Woolmer Forest Heritage Society with the help of funding provided by
Young people in East Hampshire are to be offered skilled jobs on Whitehill & Bordon’s construction projects in a unique deal with developers. Apprentices will be given the construction skills they need to help build their home town’s ambitious future.
The regeneration of Whitehill & Bordon is setting the national agenda as members of ambitious local authorities and development corporations plan to follow in its footsteps. Members of the Town and Country Planning Association’s (TCPA) New Communities Group (NCG) visited
Damian Hinds, MP for East Hampshire and Secretary of State for Education, opened the new Café 1759 on Friday 13 April. Not just your average coffee shop, Café 1759 will be the hub of Quebec Park in Whitehill and Bordon,