Bordon Inclosure

The Bordon Inclosure has been improved with new footpaths, cycle tracks and picnic areas – as well as features to help wildlife flourish.

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Hogmoor Inclosure

Hogmoor Inclosure  – Over 54 hectares of woodland and heathland – equivalent to 70 football pitches – is available for the community to use for enhanced recreation –  for walking, play, picnics, wildlife spotting, to sit and relax and be involved in a whole range of events and activities. Cafe Hogmoor, run by the Whitehill and Bordon Community Trust, is a community facility situated in the heart of Hogmoor Inclosure ,opened its doors Summer 2020. Not only does sit provide food and drink, but also there is the Beehive an education room available to hire.

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The Green Loop

Whitehill & Bordon is being transformed through its regeneration programme into a green, healthy, and connected town. Our Green Loop and wayfinding project has been an aspect of the wider regeneration of the town since the early stage. An accessible, 7km walking and cycling route which encircles and connects the new and existing town, we are encouraging active travel between employment, leisure, residential areas and green spaces.

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Leisure & Sports Facilities

Despite a global pandemic, a new indoor leisure centre within the heart of the new town centre was delivered in 2020, as part of the regeneration. SLM were the appointed operators and construction started in spring 2018. The new leisure centre includes a six lane swimming pool, learner pool, gym and exercise class rooms.

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The sports ground at the existing Bordon and Oakhanger Sports Club (BOSC) will be improved and a new, colonial style, pavilion including changing rooms and a café has been built. Improvements are also planned for other existing football and cricket pitches which will compliment the proposed sports pitches at the new Oakmoor School.

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New children’s play areas, parks and areas of natural green spaces are planned throughout the development for all to enjoy.

Shipwrights Way

The Shipwrights Way is a new 50-mile long distance path linking the towns and villages of East Hampshire to the beautiful countryside.

Skate Park

An exciting new skate park, funded by the Whitehill & Bordon Regeneration Company, was opened in July 2017 by GB Olympian, European and World BMX champion Liam Philips. The skate park is located on the corner of Budds Lane and Station Road and is managed by Whitehill Town Council.