Welcome to Whitehill Town Council, serving Whitehill & Bordon

Whitehill Town Council and Whitehill & Bordon Regeneration Company

Wednesday 23rd September 2020
Pre-recorded interview with community questions

Dear residents,

Following the local election in May 2020, we committed to improving communication between those in power and residents. We have hosted ‘public interest’ meetings with the Whitehill & Bordon Regeneration Company, NHS CCG and Police. Sadly, Covid restrictions mean we currently cannot hold such meetings, but this does not stop us asking questions and seeking answers.

Thank you to everyone who sent in questions over email or through Facebook. We did not guarantee that every individual question would be answered but I asked the regeneration company to answer them all, with the answers given in the Whitehill Town Council and Whitehill & Bordon Regeneration Company pre recorded interview document that you can find on this page of our website.

WTC & WBRC pre recorded interview document 

 

 It references the full list questions asked in Appendix A which is at the end of the document. 

As your most local ‘grassroots’ council covering Whitehill & Bordon, we do not control the development but we can fight to ensure your voice is heard.

Cllr Andy Tree

 

Leader of Whitehill Town Council

 

 


 

CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) 


Please click here to access our information page on Coronavirus - Containing useful information and contacts for the Whitehill & Bordon Community

Whitehill Town Council will be closing its offices based in the Forest Community Centre on 24 March 2020 until further notice.

We have put together useful links and contact information to help the community of Whitehill & Bordon.

We will endeavour to update any information that becomes available to us.

 

WEARING A FACE COVERING FROM FRIDAY 24 JULY WHEN VISITING SHOPS 

Bring a face covering when visiting the shops from Friday (24 July)

Most of the shops in East Hampshire have now reopened to the public, with things in place to keep you safe such as screens or limits on the number of people who can enter the shop.
If you’re supporting your local shops and shopping safely, thank you.
Wearing face coverings in shops and supermarkets will become mandatory from Friday 24 July.
This will not apply to places where you would eat or drink such as restaurants, pubs or cafés.


Why should I wear a face covering?
Wearing a face covering will help protect others from you. If you have caught coronavirus but have not developed symptoms, the covering could reduce the chance of you passing it on.
Face coverings are not a replacement for keeping your distance from others and washing your hands.
It’s important that you wear and store your face covering properly. Make sure you wash or sanitise your hands before putting it on and after taking it off, avoid touching your face and store used face coverings in a plastic bag until you wash them.

Where can I get a face covering?
A face covering can be very simple and should cover your mouth and nose.
Lots of shops and brands are starting to sell their own face coverings or you could make your own.

What if I can’t wear one?
There are some circumstances, for health, age or equality reasons, where people cannot wear face coverings. Please be mindful and respectful of such circumstances and remember that some people are less able to wear them.

What if I don’t want to wear one?
If you do not wear a face covering, the shop you are visiting can refuse you entry.
The Police will have powers to issue £100 fines to people who do not wear face coverings in shops and supermarkets. 

WHICH COUNCIL DOES WHAT 

 

Please note that Penns Place and the Forest Community Centre are closed until further notice.